Life After Hours: March 24-26

Enjoy being back in DC with a celebration, art, theater or movies

 Life After Hours: March 24-26

Experience D.C. before the final stretch of the semester with art exhibits, theater productions or one of the ongoing festivals.


Take a trip down to Crystal City to enjoy Artomatic, one of the largest pop-up galleries in D.C. with hundreds of artists and volunteers submitting their work. The free gallery includes unjuried, first come, first serve art as well as live music, dance, poetry and much more.

When: Thursday, March 24 at 12 pm to 12 am Thursday, May 6th

Where: 1800 S Bell St, Arlington, VA, 22202

Metro: Yellow or Blue Line, Crystal City station

One Woman Sex and the City

This performance is the third creation of the “One Man” performances. T.J. Dawe directed and starred in “One Man Star Wars Trilogy” and “One Man Lord of the Rings” and now he returns with Kerry Ipema who stars in “One Woman Sex and the City.” This performance is for theater lovers, “Sex and the City” fans or anybody who wants to laugh. Tickets are $25 for standing, or $35 for seating at AMP by Strathmore.

When: 8:00 pm Friday, March 24, 2017

Where: 11810 Grand Park Ave, North Bethesda, MD 20852

Metro: Red Line, White Flint station

Environmental Film Festival

This is the last weekend to catch Environmental Film Festival screenings around the D.C. area, with some even at American University. The pricing of these events vary, but many of them are free to enter.

When: March 14 through 26

Where: Varies depending on film

Center Stage: Sounds of Kolachi

The Sounds of Kolachi is a 10-piece group coming from Pakistan, performing at the Kennedy Center as part of its U.S. tour. Experience music ranging from ragas to blues, with a blend of classical and modern instruments.

When: Friday, March 25 at 6:00 p.m.

Where: Millennium Stage at the John F. Kennedy Center

Metro: Blue, Orange or Silver, Foggy Bottom - GWU station

National Cherry Blossom Festival: Opening Ceremony

Take advantage of the great weather this weekend by attending the opening ceremony for the Cherry Blossom Festival. The Warner Theater will be hosting performers from across the world to celebrate the beginning of one of D.C.’s most popular annual events. The free performance includes classical musicians, J-pop stars and African step routines.

When: Friday, March 25 at 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Where: Warner Theatre, 513 13th Street, NW

Metro: Red Line, Metro Center station

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