From number one hitmakers to lesser-known groups, we’ve got a fall concert guide to explore different venues around the city.
Too Many Zooz became a viral music trio after getting their start in the New York City subway system.
Halloween is a three-day affair, so after you’ve gotten your free candy from the embassies, take your costume and head to one of these spooky events.
The 40th annual D.C. Pride Festival on Saturday will feature Carly Rae Jepsen, En Vogue and Wilson Phillips.
Drake and The Strokes may be coming to the National Mall this fall, but there are plenty of shows to catch before September.
Maybe there’s something in the air, but it seems like the best up-and-coming artists are flocking to D.C. this weekend.
As usual, there’s plenty do in D.C. this week: Four must-see shows, the D.C. Independent Film Festival and stand up with Comedy Central star Kyle Kinane.
The second half of February is still frigid, so keep toasty with dinner specials across the District and DJs known for their global sound. Before you chow down, enjoy Mardi Gras even if you’re under 21, or avoid the bar scene and learn to make a real drink at Mixology 101.
Ease into February by attending a free jazz concert and Sangha meditation session, or take the new month by storm with a Monday evening happy hour and two DJ sets during the week.
You may not be looking forward to the first full week of classes, but there are plenty of ways to let off some steam after lecture.