WASHINGTON — It’s a hot time for live concerts here in D.C., Maryland and Virginia, as some of the biggest names in modern music electrify local stages with a major dose of girl power.
Taylor Swift just brought her “Reputation” tour to Fed-Ex Field on Tuesday and Wednesday, lighting up the crowd with glow-in-the-dark bracelets to such hits as “Shake it Off,” “Look What You Made Me Do,” “Blank Space,” “Bad Blood” and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
If you missed Swift, “shake it off,” kids — there are still plenty of big acts on the horizon.
Britney Spears rocks MGM National Harbor on Thursday and Friday, kicking off the American leg of her global “Piece of Me” tour, which opened in Tokyo and most recently hit Tel Aviv.
Spears’ show largely mirrors her Las Vegas residency with an array of pop hits to choose from: “Baby One More Time,” “Crazy,” “Sometimes,” “Oops … I Did It Again” and “Toxic.”
Tickets range from $200 on the low end to a whopping $1,332 for a front-row seat.
After that, get ready for country crossover star Shania Twain at Capital One Arena on Sunday.
The “Now” tour is Twain’s first tour since 2015, including such hits as “Any Man of Mine,” “You’re Still the One,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man! I Feel Like a Woman.”
Tickets cost $36 in the nosebleeds and $805 in the first row.
Elsewhere on Sunday, Halsey plays at Wolf Trap, combining both electropop and synth-pop.
The “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” tour includes such solo hits as “Now or Never” and such collaborations as “Closer,” which she originally recorded with The Chainsmokers.
Tickets range from $40 to $80, depending whether you sit on the lawn or in the pavilion.