There’s Lots To Do and See This Weekend Around Town

  • Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club has a lot going on this weekend. Tonight, Michael Henderson and Cherrelle with their Starship Landing Concert, on Friday Marcus Johnson takes to the stage, Saturday Be’la Dona performs and closing things out on Sunday, it’s A Tribute to the Music of the O’Jays featuring Forever Yours.  All show start at 8pm.

 

  • Blues Alley presents Trina Broussard tonight and Ben Tankard Sunday night. Both shows start at 8pm.

 

  • Pulitzer Prize-Winning Classic, “Death of a Salesman” is playing at the Fords Theatre starting tomorrow night and running through October 22nd. Go here  for ticket information and show times.

 

  • The Washington National Opera presents “Aida” at the Kennedy Center now through Saturday September 23rd. For ticket information go here:

 

  • On Saturday – ‘M&M’S Opera in the Outfield: Aida’
    The Washington National Opera takes their fall production to the ballpark! For the final performance of itstwo-week run at the Kennedy Center, the production of Aida will be simulcast at Nationals Park, making for an evening filled with soaring vocals and drama outdoors. Giuseppe Verdi’s classic story will be accompanied by all the wonders of Nationals Park, including the chance to sit on the outfield (first-come, first-served) and to enjoy the park’s great concessions, along with kid-centric activities. Gates open at 5 p.m. Admission is free!
    7 p.m. |  Free admission Nationals Park, 1500 South Capitol Street SE, Washington, DC 20003

 

  • On Sunday it’s a “Taste of Georgetown
    Eat and drink your way through a Sunday afternoon in one of DC’smost historic neighborhoods during Taste of Georgetown. Now in its 24th year, the event welcomes you and yours to try more than 40 dishes from some of Georgetown’s most popular eateries, including ENO Wine Bar, Pinstripes and Georgetown Cupcake. Beer and wine will be available as you stroll from appetizing booth to appetizing booth.
    11 a.m. – 4 p.m. |  Tickets K Street NW, between Wisconsin Ave. and Thomas Jefferson St. (near Georgetown Waterfront)

 

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Bobby is the producer of the syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show heard weekday mornings from 6am – 10am. He can also be heard on the weekends as the host of the “Weekend Review” on WHUR 96.3 and on Sirius/XM Channel 141 and on WHUR-World. Bobby is also the host of “The New Artist Feature” also airing on Sirius/XM Channel 141.

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