The popular Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, known for its zero-tolerance policy for people who disrupt the film by talking or texting, is now welcoming film lovers to the movies at its new Crystal City location.
Nightlife & Entertainment
The area’s amusement parks are preparing for Halloween with a lineup of family-friendly daytime events for guests of all ages and spooking evening events geared towards teens and adults.
As part of a multi-million dollar renovation that included an updating of all of its guestrooms and suites, Gaylord National has opened Harbor Social. This elevated sports bar offers interactive games including duckpin bowling, bocce ball, darts, shuffleboard, and more. There is also a 30-foot video wall lounge and a 50-foot bar with multiple TVs.
Fans of The Office will be transported to the world of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company when The Office Experience opens in Washington D.C. in the historic Woodies Building at 1020 G St NW on Thursday, July 28.
Six Flags America is the first theme park in the DMV to become a Certified Autism Center.
Following a sold-out run in New York City, Speakeasy, an all-in-one immersive show and mixology experience that combines the worlds of cirque, illusion, burlesque, and musical theatre with an upscale cocktail flight is at the National Harbor’s Bond 45 restaurant for a limited engagement now through Sunday, July 31.
Bartending on-demand service SHRK and Congressional Polo Club are partnering together to bring you the SHKR: Star-Spangled Polo Classic.
On Monday, July 4, 2022, the United States will celebrate the 246th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, and many hotels through the National Capital Area are joining in on the celebration. Here is a round-up of some of our favorite offerings:
Powerhouse producers Insomniac and Club Glow are bringing Diplo, Above & Beyond, Martin Garrix, Alan Walker, Meduza, and other top entertainers to the nation’s capital for the first-ever Project Glow Music Festival, April 30 and May 1.