Events

     

Friday, July 31, 2015 5:00 PM

The free concert series features jazz artists performing a wide variety of styles—salsa, blues fusion, xylophone, Afrofunk, and more—every Friday evening.
Artist Lineup:
May 22 — Tom Lagana (jazz guitarist)
May 29 — Juanita Williams (jazz vocals)
June 5 — Robert Jospe featuring Butch Taylor (jazz drummer and keyboardist)
June 12 — DC Jazz Festival presents George V. Johnson Jr. (jazz vocalist)
June 19 — Deanna Bogart ("bluesion," blues fusion)
June 26 — Marty Nau (jazz saxophonist)
July 3 — Speakers of the House (old-school funk, boogaloo, and rock)
July 10 — Hendrik Meurkens (jazz xylophone and harmonica)
July 17— Lao Tizer (jazz keyboardist)
July 24 — Sin Miedo (salsa)
July 31 — Incendio (acoustic Latin guitar world fusion jazz)
August 7 — Miles Stiebel (jazz violin)
August 14 — Origem (Brazilian jazz)
August 21 — Seth Kibel (jazz clarinet)
August 28 — Afro Bop Alliance (Afro-Cuban jazz)



Friday, July 31, 2015 7:30 PM

Golden Cinema Outdoor Movie Screening Series in the Golden Triangle with an “All Worked Up” movie line up in Farragut Square Park, every Friday night.

After a long work week, come out to the park and spend some time unwinding outdoors. Grab a blanket, invite your friends and family to join you, maybe pick up some dinner nearby, hang out under the stars and enjoy the evening!

Pre-show activities begin 7:30pm, Movies begin at sunset

Movie Schedule

May 22 — Empire Records
May 29 — The Devil Wears Prada
June 5 — Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
June 12 — The Social Network
June 19 — Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade
June 26 — Hook
July 10 — Nine to Five
July 17 — Miss Congeniality
July 24 — Italian Job
July 31 — The Wedding Planner


Saturday, August 01, 2015 11:00 AM

Vision Zero is a part of Mayor Bowser’s response to the US Department of Transportation’s Mayor’s Challenge for Safer People and Safer Streets, which aims to improve pedestrian and bicycle transportation safety by showcasing effective local actions, empowering local leaders to take action, and promoting partnerships to advance pedestrian and bicycle safety.

Awareness events are being held in all eight wards. The full list of awareness events is as follows:

August 1 Eastern Market Metro Station
11am - 2:30pm

By the year 2024, Washington, DC will reach zero fatalities and serious injuries to travelers of our transportation system, through more effective use of data, education, enforcement, and engineering. Visit dcvisionzero.com for more information.


Friday, August 07, 2015 5:00 PM

The free concert series features jazz artists performing a wide variety of styles—salsa, blues fusion, xylophone, Afrofunk, and more—every Friday evening.
Artist Lineup:
May 22 — Tom Lagana (jazz guitarist)
May 29 — Juanita Williams (jazz vocals)
June 5 — Robert Jospe featuring Butch Taylor (jazz drummer and keyboardist)
June 12 — DC Jazz Festival presents George V. Johnson Jr. (jazz vocalist)
June 19 — Deanna Bogart ("bluesion," blues fusion)
June 26 — Marty Nau (jazz saxophonist)
July 3 — Speakers of the House (old-school funk, boogaloo, and rock)
July 10 — Hendrik Meurkens (jazz xylophone and harmonica)
July 17— Lao Tizer (jazz keyboardist)
July 24 — Sin Miedo (salsa)
July 31 — Incendio (acoustic Latin guitar world fusion jazz)
August 7 — Miles Stiebel (jazz violin)
August 14 — Origem (Brazilian jazz)
August 21 — Seth Kibel (jazz clarinet)
August 28 — Afro Bop Alliance (Afro-Cuban jazz)



Friday, August 14, 2015 5:00 PM

The free concert series features jazz artists performing a wide variety of styles—salsa, blues fusion, xylophone, Afrofunk, and more—every Friday evening.
Artist Lineup:
May 22 — Tom Lagana (jazz guitarist)
May 29 — Juanita Williams (jazz vocals)
June 5 — Robert Jospe featuring Butch Taylor (jazz drummer and keyboardist)
June 12 — DC Jazz Festival presents George V. Johnson Jr. (jazz vocalist)
June 19 — Deanna Bogart ("bluesion," blues fusion)
June 26 — Marty Nau (jazz saxophonist)
July 3 — Speakers of the House (old-school funk, boogaloo, and rock)
July 10 — Hendrik Meurkens (jazz xylophone and harmonica)
July 17— Lao Tizer (jazz keyboardist)
July 24 — Sin Miedo (salsa)
July 31 — Incendio (acoustic Latin guitar world fusion jazz)
August 7 — Miles Stiebel (jazz violin)
August 14 — Origem (Brazilian jazz)
August 21 — Seth Kibel (jazz clarinet)
August 28 — Afro Bop Alliance (Afro-Cuban jazz)



Friday, August 21, 2015 5:00 PM

The free concert series features jazz artists performing a wide variety of styles—salsa, blues fusion, xylophone, Afrofunk, and more—every Friday evening.
Artist Lineup:
May 22 — Tom Lagana (jazz guitarist)
May 29 — Juanita Williams (jazz vocals)
June 5 — Robert Jospe featuring Butch Taylor (jazz drummer and keyboardist)
June 12 — DC Jazz Festival presents George V. Johnson Jr. (jazz vocalist)
June 19 — Deanna Bogart ("bluesion," blues fusion)
June 26 — Marty Nau (jazz saxophonist)
July 3 — Speakers of the House (old-school funk, boogaloo, and rock)
July 10 — Hendrik Meurkens (jazz xylophone and harmonica)
July 17— Lao Tizer (jazz keyboardist)
July 24 — Sin Miedo (salsa)
July 31 — Incendio (acoustic Latin guitar world fusion jazz)
August 7 — Miles Stiebel (jazz violin)
August 14 — Origem (Brazilian jazz)
August 21 — Seth Kibel (jazz clarinet)
August 28 — Afro Bop Alliance (Afro-Cuban jazz)



Friday, August 28, 2015 5:00 PM

The free concert series features jazz artists performing a wide variety of styles—salsa, blues fusion, xylophone, Afrofunk, and more—every Friday evening.
Artist Lineup:
May 22 — Tom Lagana (jazz guitarist)
May 29 — Juanita Williams (jazz vocals)
June 5 — Robert Jospe featuring Butch Taylor (jazz drummer and keyboardist)
June 12 — DC Jazz Festival presents George V. Johnson Jr. (jazz vocalist)
June 19 — Deanna Bogart ("bluesion," blues fusion)
June 26 — Marty Nau (jazz saxophonist)
July 3 — Speakers of the House (old-school funk, boogaloo, and rock)
July 10 — Hendrik Meurkens (jazz xylophone and harmonica)
July 17— Lao Tizer (jazz keyboardist)
July 24 — Sin Miedo (salsa)
July 31 — Incendio (acoustic Latin guitar world fusion jazz)
August 7 — Miles Stiebel (jazz violin)
August 14 — Origem (Brazilian jazz)
August 21 — Seth Kibel (jazz clarinet)
August 28 — Afro Bop Alliance (Afro-Cuban jazz)



Saturday, September 26, 2015 11:00 AM

The Trust for the National Mall – an official partner of the National Park Service – is leading the charge to restore and improve the National Mall and honor its ideals for future generations through the new Landmark Campaign.

Landmark Music Festival kicks off this monumental national campaign to bring awareness and funds to America’s Front Yard – all in a single Festival weekend unlike any other.

Visit landmarkfestival.org for tickets and additional details.


Sunday, September 27, 2015 11:00 AM

The Trust for the National Mall – an official partner of the National Park Service – is leading the charge to restore and improve the National Mall and honor its ideals for future generations through the new Landmark Campaign.

Landmark Music Festival kicks off this monumental national campaign to bring awareness and funds to America’s Front Yard – all in a single Festival weekend unlike any other.

Visit landmarkfestival.org for tickets and additional details.