A new culture festival was recently announced to take place in DC on September 25th, 2021. NEXTfest is being promoted as “DC’s largest fully free celebration of jazz, funk, and go-go music culture.”
It’s a big deal for artists and creatives who have been waiting to work again for over a year and a half, but if you want to see DC theatre actors take the stage, they’ll require you to prove you’ve taken your shot.
Ford’s Theatre Society will be presenting a one-night concert version of the Tony-nominated musical Come From Away on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on the eve of the 20th anniversary of September 11th this year.
Live! Concert Series on the Plaza is returning with weekday performances through Friday, September 3rd, from noon to 1:00pm.
From 2pm to 5pm every Sunday through September, DC Brau will be hosting local bands and DJs on their loading dock for guests in the beer garden and taproom.
This new series of outdoor performance experiences comes with an emphasis on over-the-top, campy fun!
To prove how pup-friendly Canopy by Hilton North Bethesda is, it held an event no dog-loving yogi could say no to and launched its pet-friendly amenities with puppy yoga!
Opaline Bar & Brasserie Patio is presenting Café Cinema every Wednesday evening at dusk beginning June 23rd with classic films, spirited Unicones, and savory-seasoned popcorn.
This exhibit, offered entirely online, dives deeper into the life and career of the prolific political commentator whose comedic wit crossed social and political divides Will Rogers.
For the first time since 1987, the National Museum of Women in the Arts is set to undergo a complete renovation, and as a result, the museum is closing for two years.