For the past two years, local music ed advocates Girls Rock! DC have put together a week-long camp “for girls to develop their self-confidence, build community, stand up and rock out!” To that end, they’ve rounded up five female-led local rock acts — including a trio composed solely of 14 and 15-year-olds — to raise moolah for the coming summer this Saturday, Feb. 6th at Chevy Chase‘s Comet Ping Pong.

Running from 2 to 5 pm, The Øther Delights — that aforementioned bunch of actual teenage noisemakers — will open up the show and be followed by a set from Gina on the Rocks, aka Gina Nguyen, who moonlights as the frontwoman of her own self-titled band when she’s not on the job as Production Manager at Thievery Corporation‘s ESL Music record label.

Girls Rock! headliners Power Pirate
Girls Rock! headliners Power Pirate

It’s then onto Moog-backed indie rockers Sweet Interference — who sound like “Interpol with girls” according to their bio — and electro beat peddlers, Photosynthesizers, with soul chanteuse Samantha Hewlett on vocals. Topping off the bill are synth-driven, Fort Reno alums, Power Pirate, who claim to draw equal inspiration from guitar-heavy hitmakers Muse and Israel’s favorite DMT-smoking DJs, Infected Mushroom.

Pretty diverse, no? And admission is a paltry five bucks (that $1 per band) with 100% of the proceeds going directly to Girls Rock! DC to boot. For more info, check out the fundraiser on Facebook.

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Community Five Bands for Five Bucks in Support of Girls Rock! DC