Saturday, June 15 - Sunday, June 23
This international festival features visual art, performances, and dialogue around the themes of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The weeklong event will include massive installations, pop-up performances, augmented reality, a local art fair for collectors, and more.
Cost: Free, donations encouraged.
Cheer on Team USA in the Women’s World Cup
Sunday, June 16
The US women’s soccer team is poised to kick some serious butt in the Women’s World Cup this year, and there are plenty of places around the region to watch the action. This Sunday, they’ll face off against Chile, and there are watch parties and specials at ChurchKey, Franklin Hall, Boundary Stone, and the Plaza Screen at National Harbor.
Cost: Entry is free; food and drink prices vary.
Say, 'I love you, Dad' with beer, bourbon, and barbecue
Sunday, June 16th
Whether you’re looking for a by-the-book Father’s Day meal or a wacky way to celebrate dad, restaurants and bars around the area have you covered. You can take Pops up to the Wild Days rooftop for a summer BBQ, chow down at a seafood boil at Farm Brew Live, learn about butchery with a flight of beer at a DBGB class, solve a puzzle to win free dessert at Pisco y Nazca, tackle a special plate filled with various cuts of dry-aged steak at RARE, let the kids make cards for dad at SER, enjoy barbecue specials by Sloppy Mama’s at Brookland’s Finest, or pair bourbon with brunch at Central Michel Richard.
Cost: Food and drink prices vary.