Washington D.C. Entertainment by A to Z
D.C. United Soccer
Major league club goes for the goal. Houston Dynamo May 8; Sporting Kansas City May 19; Portland Timbers May 25.
Damascus Theatre Company
Community theater performances at Gaithersburg Arts Barn.
Intimate space with diverse programming. Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, modern dance inspired by African American traditions May 4-5; Arachne Aerial Arts & In-Flight ...
DAR Constitution Hall
Built in 1929 for the DAR annual convention, now a performance venue as well. Alejandro Sanz May 7; An Evening with Anthony Bourdain May 13.
Directly across from the Washington Nationals Stadium: a 300-seat 'beer garden' with live music. Enjoy a hot dog and beer before the game. Game-days from two hours before ...
DC bread and brew
Reminiscent of the elegant hotel bars of the 70s and 80s with live classical, jazz and Latin music most evenings. Decorations include paintings previously hung in the ...
A slightly edgy venue featuring a jukebox with 130,000 songs and a second floor (with cover charge) where musicians and DJs perform.
A Moulin Rouge-inspired den with burlesque-style dancers perched on a swing and a feather-adorned bar serving absinthe-spiked cocktails. A DJ spins most nights after 10 p.m. ...
District of Columbia Arts Center
Hosts alternative arts exhibits and performances.
Described by patrons as 'hipster,' 'cozy' and 'divey,' this new sleek-yet-simple U Street spot features dark wood and exposed brick walls. DJ and cash only.
Stripped down 'architect's' space for exchanging 'ideas and concepts over a pint of beer.' Bar with 16 taps, cocktails like the Prosecco Hummer of ginger, kaffir lime and Hum ...
Lively spot with Irish food and lengthy beer list that includes Dubliner Amber Ale and Irish Lager (imported hops). Live Irish entertainment nightly (at 7 p.m. Sun., 9 p.m. ...