Culture Communique: August 27 - September 2 Culture Communique: August 27 - September 2

 

17th Annual DC JazzFest

The largest jazz festival in the nation's capital t
akes place September 1-5, with over 20 concerts, interviews and exclusive events featuring international superstars and homegrown talent. Festival experiences will include in-person and live-stream performances, up-close-and-personal "Meet the Artist" conversations, and the DCJazzPrix international jazz band competition Finals live at Union Stage.

Washington Magic
Enjoy an upscale magic show that includes dinner and drinks. See some of the world's greatest magicians, such as David Morey, Savino Recine, Jeff McBride, Eric Henning, John McLaughlin, Rahaan Jackson, Kabir Khan and many others. Visit the 216-year-old magical mansion to enjoy impossible feats of mind reading, mystery, comedy, and illusion--right before your eyes! Guest participation welcomed. 

Friday, August 27
Smithsonian National Postal Museum

Re-Opening

Friday, August 27
National Museum of Women in the Arts

Art Chat @ Five: Fun and Games

Saturday, August 28
Washington Photo Safari

Insider's View of Saint Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral

Sunday, August 29
Korean Culture and Information Center

K-Cinema at Home: The Battle - Roar to Victory

Wednesday, September 1
Wolf Trap Fílene Center

Classic Albums Live Performs: Led Zeppelin IV

Thursday, September 2
Zenith Gallery

Let's Dance: Jackie Braitman & Joanathan Ribaillier
 
Friday, August 27
DC Department of Parks & Recreation

Late Night Hype Deanwood
Friday, August 27
National Law Enforcement Museum

Grand Re-opening Weekend

Saturday, August 28
The Kennedy Center

Opera in the Outfield: Cinderella

Saturday, August 28
Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets

Dupont Pop-Up
Sunday, August 29
National Building Museum

Yoga Class
Tuesday, August 31
U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

Capitol Conversations

Thursday, September 2
The Athenaeum

Putting It Together

Thursday, September 2
Mount Vernon Triangle DC

Live Jazz at dLeña Roja

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Saturday, September 18
Cultural Tourism DC

WalkingTown DC: Charles Dickens in Washington DC

Monday, September 20
Cultural Tourism DC

WalkingTown DC: Brookland, Then and Now
September 23 - 26
IN Series

A Festival Through Grief to Hope
Friday, September 24
Cultural Tourism DC

WalkingTown DC: Logan Circle Heritage Trail 
 

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