Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Music

National African American History Museum to Hold Hip-Hop Block Party

The National Museum of African American History and Culture is preparing to host a Hip-Hop Block Party for the first time on August 13.

DC High School Seniors May Attend Pharrell’s Music Festival for Free

Pharrell Williams said all 2022 DC high school graduates will receive free tickets to his "Something in the Water" music festival in DC.

Pharrell Williams’s Something in the Water Festival Comes to DC in June

Pharrell Williams and DC Mayor Muriel Bowser said that the musician's Something in the Water festival will take place in the District.

District Set to Host National Cannabis Festival This Weekend

Marijuana enthusiasts are preparing for the National Cannabis Festival scheduled for Saturday, April 23 at the RFK Festival Grounds.

Best Music Schools in Washington DC: Where to Find Top Teachers

DC is the perfect city for both listening and performing music. Read on to find where you can find the best music schools in Washington, DC. 

Library of Congress Holds Free Online Concert Series

The Library of Congress is preparing to host the 2021-2022 season of its free annual concert series that will kick off on Friday, October 8.

Kennedy Center Celebrates 50th Anniversary With Special Concert

The Kennedy Center is launching its 50th anniversary celebrations by hosting a special concert on Tuesday, September 14.

DC Jazz Fest Kicks Off at The Wharf After Last Year’s Virtual Event

The DC Jazz Festival is taking place in person from Wednesday, September 1, to Sunday, September 5 at The Wharf.