Tickets & Events in District of Columbia

Arcade Fire at Verizon Center on August 17 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 45% Off)

Arcade Fire

Verizon Center

$42.10 $25

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Grammy-winning indie-rockers celebrate their new album, which adds dance beats and Haitian Carnival music to their epic pop

Dipset at Echostage on Friday, June 27, at 9 p.m. (Up to 35% Off)

Dipset

Echostage

$34.80 $25

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Crew fronted by Cam'ron and Jim Jones takes the stage with hits such as "Dipset Anthem" and "Bout It Bout It"

Four Tickets to A Night at the Park featuring Billy Currington and Jerrod Niemann on June 16 (Up to 25% Off)

A Night at the Park feat. Billy Currington and Jerrod Niemann

Nationals Park

$178.90 $135

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Stars behind hits such as "Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer" and "Lover, Lover" fill the ballpark with country tunes during charity event

Washington Mystics WNBA Game at the Verizon Center on August 13 or 16 (Up to 76% Off). Multiple Seating Options.

Washington Mystics

Verizon Center

$31.45 $19

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The Mystics seek a second-straight playoff trip with 3-time Coach of the Year Mike Thibault and a team that excels on defense and rebounding

Washington Nationals Game at Nationals Park on July 1, 2 or 6 (Up to Half Off). Three Seating Options Available.

Washington Nationals

Nationals Park

$20 $10

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Led by one of baseball's most promising pitching staffs, the Nats square off against a duo of NL opponents at Nationals Park

DC Bourbon Bash for One or Two on Saturday, June 21 (47% Off)

DC Bourbon Bash

RFD Washington

$55 $29

Savor 1-ounce tastes of premium bourbon at eight cool DC venues while enjoying bluegrass music and food discounts at pub crawl for charity

Trillectro Music Festival at RFK Stadium Lot 8 on Saturday, August 23, at 1 p.m. (Up to 49% Off)

Trillectro Music Festival

RFK Stadium Lot 8

$80.10 $41

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Third annual hip-hop & electronic music festival features EDM DJs, indie rockers, hip-hop's new wave of trendsetters, and headliner Big Sean

Rod Stewart & Santana: The Voice, The Guitar, The Songs Tour at Verizon Center on August 19 (Up to 65% Off)

Rod Stewart & Santana: The Voice. The Guitar. The Songs.

Verizon Center

$73 $30

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Rod Stewart's iconic voice meets the guitar genius of Carlos Santana in a legendary collaboration of rock 'n' roll titans

Rod Stewart & Santana: The Voice, The Guitar, The Songs Tour at Verizon Center on August 19 (Up to 65% Off)

Rod Stewart & Santana: The Voice. The Guitar. The Songs.

Verizon Center

$73 $30

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Rod Stewart's iconic voice meets the guitar genius of Carlos Santana in a legendary collaboration of rock 'n' roll titans

6th Annual DC Bachata, Kizomba & Latin Dance Festival at Washington Hilton on August 14–17 (Up to 51% Off)

6th Annual DC Bachata, Kizomba & Latin Dance Festival

Washington Hilton

$100 $49

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Singers and dancers perform at a latin-dance festival with workshops, 50+ instructors from around the world, and 5000+ attendees

6th Annual DC Bachata, Kizomba & Latin Dance Festival at Washington Hilton on August 14–17 (Up to 51% Off)

6th Annual DC Bachata, Kizomba & Latin Dance Festival

Washington Hilton

$100 $49

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Singers and dancers perform at a latin-dance festival with workshops, 50+ instructors from around the world, and 5000+ attendees

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Bras and bars make for a lovely pair at the DC Bra Crawl. As a means of raising funds for breast cancer research and awareness, the chug-a-lug certainly raises awareness, and plenty of eyebrows, with its fetching hook: bras. Participants start the day by checking in at RFD Washington between noon and 3 p.m. Then, until 10 p.m., they'll parade through nearby participating bars, drinking and dancing for a good cause. But all the while, revelers must be wearing fully exposed bras?which can be worn alone or over the shirt?to draw attention to the cause, and in some cases, improve posture. The rule applies to the men of the pub crawl too. Meanwhile, cupped cavorters can take advantage of discounted food specials and aim to win prizes and cash giveaways announced throughout the night.

900 U St. NW
Washington,
DC
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First things first: the letters stand for "Laugh Your Grits Off." Second things first: the name springs from LYGO's early beginnings, when the group hosted Sunday brunch comedy shows. The combination of food, mimosas, and some of the city's best up-and-coming comedians caught on, and soon the company was organizing post-breakfast standup shows throughout the city. But while their menu may have expanded, the goals of LYGO remain the same: to bring comedy to a wider DC audience, promote a greater sense of community amongst comedians, and to provide performers an opportunity to launch and build on their careers, both in and out of the city.

1334 U Street Northwest
Washington,
DC
US

First things first: the letters stand for "Laugh Your Grits Off." Second things first: the name springs from LYGO's early beginnings, when the group hosted Sunday brunch comedy shows. The combination of food, mimosas, and some of the city's best up-and-coming comedians caught on, and soon the company was organizing post-breakfast standup shows throughout the city. But while their menu may have expanded, the goals of LYGO remain the same: to bring comedy to a wider DC audience, promote a greater sense of community amongst comedians, and to provide performers an opportunity to launch and build on their careers, both in and out of the city.

1523 22nd Street Northwest
Washington,
DC
US

Since 1981, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC, has aimed to provide a gathering place for gay people and educate the public about their community through the arts. Since then, the award-winning choir—which rings with the voices of nearly 300 members—has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Lincoln Theatre, and the Obama inaugural celebration, as well as at venues throughout the world. Their upbeat productions also have been the soundtrack at community events for the Whitman-Walker Clinic and PFLAG.

730 21st St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Ellen DeGeneres. Dave Chappelle. Brian Regan. These are but a few of the superstar comics who got their start in front of the brick wall at DC Improv. The stage continues to hoist well-known national comedians, from Godfrey to Gilbert Gottfried, and to serve as a stepping-stone for emerging local talents. Throughout each show, an extensive menu of finger foods arrives to keep mouths occupied between laughs, while a full bar serves draft beers and cocktails to provide ample ammo for spit-takes.

1140 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington,
DC
US

New York Sports Clubs, part of Town Sports International's network of fitness loci, opens up a number of equipment-stocked facilities across New York to exercisers. Strength-training gear, such as circuit machines, free weights, and medicine balls, molds muscles into chiseled depictions of physical might. Sessions on cardio machines, ranging from treadmills and ellipticals to upright and recumbent stationary bicycles, inspire burnt calories to pack up and move to cooler climates. Each club offers a schedule of group classes that draws from more than 100 fitness styles, including Pilates, yoga, and boxing, ensuring that no member has to jazzercise without a spotter. Each location rewards exercisers for sweating in its vicinity with special features such as babysitting, saunas, and steam rooms.

1835 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington,
DC
US