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Solange will shimmy her way back to D.C. this fall

After sold-out shows at the Black Cat and an indie-kid-wooing turn at May's Sweetlife Festival, everyone's favorite hipster little sister, Solange, will find her way to a D.C. stage once more in 2013. This time, a relatively hush-hush booking means there are still plenty of seats, including quite a few with a very good view. She'll play GW's Lisner Auditorium Nov. 2 for a very reasonable $20-$35 per ticket.

Solange turned in a lighthearted set at this spring's  Sweetlife festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion.  Kyle Gustafson for The Washington Post)

Fans of Solange's sister, Beyonce, won't find the same tough-girl sass in the younger Knowles's look or gleefully twee interpretation of R&B, but Solange has been winning solid reviews for her turns on the festival circuit this summer at Los Angeles's FYF Fest and  Philadelphia's Made in America festival.

Solange - Locked In Closets from Justin Cochran on Vimeo.

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Lavanya Ramanathan is a features reporter for Style.



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