Venus d Minor is proud to participate in the 29th annual Sing Out for Shelter – a socially-distant concert to benefit charities supporting people experiencing homelessness in the Washington, DC area. Join us to see the worldwide release of our latest Venus video AND 11 other amazing a cappella groups from the DMV and across the county. Here are all the details:
How: On Saturday at 8 pm, click on the link above and enjoy!
Benefitting Who: Friendship Place, Metropolitan House and Christ House
The concert is free, but we hope you will make a contribution to help Sing Out for Shelter reach its goal of donating $32,000 to three local charities. You can make a secure, online donation (right now or during the concert). Avoid the rush and donate now. That way you can relax during the concert Saturday night knowing you’ve done your part to help support nonprofits doing so much for our community. Thank you!
Three a cappella groups, one powerful night of song. Join us on Saturday, March 9th at 8pm as we bring together some of the best vocal music in the region. Free on-site parking. Tickets available now in advance for $16. This event is sure to sell out, so order your tickets now!
Arts Building-Robert L. Smith Meeting Room
Sidwell Friends School
3825 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016
The entrance to the parking garage (3845 Wisconsin Avenue NW) is located at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Rodman Street NW. Follow signs to the Arts building and RLS Meeting Room.
Venus d Minor has been selected to perform at the National Christmas Tree on Wednesday, December 19th from 6-6:30PM. Our set will include some holiday classics, as well as some classically Venus tunes with our signature funny lyrics. Where do you find this Christmas Tree location, you say? Well, on the National Parks website, you can get the exact latitude and longitude of our location…wow! We say, just look for the REALLY BIG TREE next to the curved street on the back side of the White House, called the Ellipse. We’ll see you soon!
Catch Venus d Minor at SING OUT FOR SHELTER concert at 8 PM Saturday, March 10, 2018 in Washington DC. This wonderful annual tradition created by the renowned a cappella men’s group The Augmented 8 (Winners of the Benjamin E. Cooper Award for Contributions to Ending Homelessness), has brought in thousands of dollars to end homelessness in our region. Join Venus d Minor and our aca-colleagues The Augmented 8, Word of Mouth, TBD and Pitch Please for a fun evening of entertainment that will make a difference in your community.
Where: Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church, 3401 Nebraska Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016 (202) 363-4900 FREE PARKING
Proceeds Benefit: Christ House, Friendship Place, Metropolitan House
Tickets at the Door:
Preferred Seating $70
General Admission $35
Children 12 and under Free
For Advance Purchase Tickets or to make a charitable donation click here
Venus on stage at Lubber Run Ampitheater, courtesy Ed Spitzberg
Well we sure had fun singing to a packed crowd at our favorite outdoor ampitheater in Virginia. We appreciate the invite from our friends The Tone Rangers. Next up, Venus sings the Star Spangled Banner on Monday, July 20th to open a college league Big Train baseball game at Cabin John Park in North Bethesda. Join us for another fun evening under the stars!
Join us at 8pm July 11th 2015 at Lubber Run Ampitheater in Arlington. We’ll be joining our aca-friends The Tone Rangers, along with the Whitman Drama Team, for an aca-tastic evening of song under the stars! http://www.acaembassy.org/events/
Well THAT was fun! Thanks to all our fans–and fans of The Tone Rangers and The Chromatics–for coming out on a chilly evening to hear us sing at Jammin’ Java. Let us know if you have a birthday party, retirement party, divorce party, or any other happening which requires a dash of a cappella!
It was great to make ABC TV’s Good Morning America host laugh (in a good way) during our set this past Saturday for the 21st Annual Sing Out for Shelter Concert. Shipman was the MC for the event for an audience of 250, where Venus rocked the house…well, the church…with our melifluous tones and slightly off-beat humor to benefit three local organizations that serve the more than 30,000 individuals who experience homelessness each year in the nation’s capital. Organized by the Augmented Eight, a men’s a cappella group which has performed for Washington audiences for over 50 years, the SOS concerts have raised approximately $180,000 over the past twenty years. Venus and the Aug 8 were also joined by The George Washington University Troubadors and Eat at Joe’s from the Georgetown Day School, who reminded us 1) that we have been singing since before they were born and 2) that the future of a cappella is bright!