Weekend Scene: March 25-27

Enjoy a weekend full of arts and drinking in and around D.C this weekend!

Weekend Scene: March 25-27

This weekend, explore the arts and alcohol the District and Arlington have to offer with a humorous play about three people trying to find their place in the world, a comedy show by a Saturday Night Live actor and a drinking festival.

The Flick

Pulitzer-Prize winning author Annie Baker’s play, “The Flick,” is playing at Signature Theatre through April 24. The play, set in a dilapidated Massachusetts Avenue movie theatre, exposes the comedy in everyday life through the story of three people trying to find their place in the world. Tickets start at $40.

When: Various times this weekend, Open until April 24th

Where: 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington

Metro: Blue Line to Pentagon then Bus

Cherry Blossom Beer & Wine Festival

In D.C., with beautiful weather, comes cherry blossoms. Enjoy the D.C. Cherry Blossom Beer & Wine festival, which includes unlimited tastings of over 100 beers and wines, access to D.C.’s renowned food trucks and live entertainment all day. Tickets start at $35.

When: Saturday, March 26th 1p.m.-4p.m., 6-9p.m.

Where: 1300 1st SE

Metro: Navy Yard, Green Line

Colin Jost at Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

Colin Jost, co-anchor of SNL’s “Weekend Update,” will perform at Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse this weekend. Go for drinks, food and laughs. Tickets are $25, and you must be 21+.

When: Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26 10 p.m.

Where: 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington

Metro: Blue Line to Pentagon then Bus


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