Capital One Arena
Hip-hop star Childish Gambino is stopping in DC on his This is America Tour for one night only. Catch him and special guest Rae Sremmurd live at the Arena.
Cost: Tickets start at $49.50
While we may not beat the madness of NYFW just yet, DC’s fashion scene is making it work. Our Fashion Week includes a show by Ean Williams at Madame Tussauds, an emerging designer show, and the 29th International Couture Collections Showcase.
Cost: Ticket prices for individual shows vary
K Street NW between Wisconsin Avenue and Thomas Jefferson Street
Georgetown’s annual neighborhood festival lets guests sample bites from more than 30 restaurants while taking in scenic waterfront views. Participating hotspots include 1789, Chaia, ENO Wine Bar, Georgetown Cupcake, Rí Rá, The Sovereign, Olivia Macaron, Sprinkles, and Via Umbria. There will also be beer and wine available. The event benefits the Georgetown Ministry Center.
Cost: Admission is free, and tasting tickets are available in advance for $22 for 5, $33 for 8, or $44 for 11; prices go up at the door
DC doesn’t have miles and miles of farmland like Virginia and Maryland, but their State Fair is a unique tribute to local agriculture and all things homegrown. Expect traditional farming events along with a competition to find the best mumbo sauce, a pet parade, food trucks, and artisans.
From 7pm to 3am, eight DC neighborhoods will be taken over by art exhibits, workshops, and performances. Art aficionados can check out painting, photography, sculpture, crafts, fashion, music, dance, theater, film, and poetry throughout the city. The programming will take place in Congress Heights, Deanwood Heights, Dupont Circle, H Street, Minnesota Avenue, North Capitol, Shaw, and Tenleytown.
Capital One Arena
Fresh off their epic championship win, the Capitals will begin their home season with a match against the Boston Bruins. Before the game, they’ll unveil their 2018 Stanley Cup banner.
Cost: Tickets start at $227