National Geographic Live, this year has some great programs to offer. The Live series start on
September 8,2011-The Rhythm Road: American Music Abroad, produced by Jazz at Lincoln Center and the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, is designed to foster cultural exchange worldwide.This is a free event.
6 P.M. KATE McGARRY QUARTET, featuring GRAMMY® Award nominee McGarry, offers a bold and cohesive sound that takes traditional jazz in a thrilling new direction.
7:15 P.M. Award-winning gospel from OSCAR WILLIAMS, JR. AND THE BAND OF LIFE combines an array of talents and styles, which merge into a cutting edge melodic sound.
September 14-18, 2011-All roads film festival that supports and showcases breakthrough film and photography from indigenous and underrepresented minority cultures around the globe. Join us for six days of inspiring stories connecting cultures by attending the festival!. Timing for this event vary and its priced at $10 for public.
September 17, 2011-Global groove, DJ Dance Party featuring DC’s own club rocking DJ—Dave Nada. Nada’s self-styled electro music, Moombahton, spins a mix of reggaeton and Dutch house music that packs in the dance crowds at local hotspots.ID's are required for the event and its priced at $20 for public.
Tickets for full series will be on-sale August 22 and tickets for individual events will be on-sale Sept. 6 and may be purchased online at www.nglive.org, via telephone at (202) 857-7700, or in person at the National Geographic ticket office between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Free parking is available in the National Geographic underground garage for all programs that begin after 6 p.m
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