DC Has A Lot Going On This Weekend

Weekend Haps Update:


  • The Birchmere presents, Lalah Hathaway at the Warner Theater tomorrow night.  Show time is 8pm.
  • Then on Saturday it’s comedian Sinbad who takes to the stage. The show kicks off at 7pm.


  • Roy Ayers is at Blues Alley tonight through Sunday for two shows each night 8 & 10pm.


  • The stage production of “Jefferson’s Garden”, “A stirring show about the different definitions of freedom and the nature of America”…..is at the Ford’s Theatre running through February 8th.  For  ticket and show information go here:


  • The stage play “Sovereignty” is at Arena Stage running through February 18th. For ticket information go here:


  • The Mosaic Theatre Company of DC proudly presents the world premiere comedy “QUEENS GIRL IN AFRICA”. Don’t miss this critically acclaimed crowd –pleaser at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Running  thru February 4th,  More information here: 


  • Women’s Voices Theater Festival
    Following the success of the inaugural festival in 2015, DC’s theater communitycomes together again to mount a citywide festival in celebration of female playwrights. This month-long festival (ending Feb. 15) will celebrate the incredible impact that women have on theater, from behind-the-scenes roles to starring on stage. More than 20 theaters in the metro area will stage a new play by a woman, including Folger Theatre, Ford’s Theatre and Shakespeare Theatre Company. There are so many reasons to attend this great cultural event – so get your tickets today! And while you’re visiting DC, make sure to celebrate the contributions of women at these must-see museums, theaters and more.



  • Washington Auto Show
    One of the nation’slargest auto shows calls DC home, and the 2018 edition will be quite the spectacle. From this Friday through Feb. 4, car lovers will be dazzled by over 600 new makes and models from more than 35 manufacturers. Local sports stars and mascots will be on hand, to go along with a fascinating ART-of-Motion exhibition, VIP tours led by leading automotive writers and chances to Ride ‘N Drive vehicles at the show. Grab your tickets quickly: The Auto Show draws large crowds every year.  10 a.m. – 10 p.m. |  Tickets
    Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mount Vernon Place, Washington, DC 20001


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