Festivals in Navy Yard


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  • Summer Crawl DC 2012
    Project DC Events organizes jubilant bar crawls, such as The DC Santa Crawl, Bright-N-Pint, Pink and Drink, Cupid's Bar Crawl, The Shamrock Crawl, All American Bar Crawl, and Clarendon Halloween Crawl, which allow visitors to enjoy drink specials at a wide range of Dupont Circle drinking spots. In addition to discounts on drinks, events often include complimentary party favors, pictures, and prizes.
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    355 Water Street Southeast
    Washington, DC US
  • Art Whino Gallery
    It's possible to find art almost anywhere?from the galleries of a museum, to the side of a building, to the pages of a comic book. It's a little more difficult, however, to find all those styles in one place. That's one of the problems that Art Whino Gallery?a sleek, modern space at the National Harbor?seeks to solve by showcasing artists from around the world that run the gamut of modern high- and low-brow art. The gallery celebrates more than 1,200 established and up-and-coming talents, in part through rotating exhibits that explore new media such as stencil and wheat pasting, screen-printing, and vinyl, as well as more established arts such as burning effigies to ancient gods. An onsite store features modern-art figurines and toys as well as prints. Art Whino doesn't keep all its talent indoors, though: the gallery often helms cultural street festivals and participates in conventions and live arts-and-music events.
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    1299 Half Street Southeast
    Washington, DC US
  • Summerfest DC Beer & Wine Festival
    They come from around the world, from the foggy coastline of San Francisco and the woods of western Michigan to the beer halls of Germany and ancient abbeys of Belgium. Each one is a master brewer, and each one comes bearing kegs of beer both familiar and exotic. Their destination? Capital Brewfest, an all-day beer celebration that boasts more than 120 brews from around the world. While that's enough to entice any beer lover, the truly magic words might be "unlimited pours." During their three-hour windows, guests partake in as much as they can responsibly drink. To add variety to the exercise, the festival offers more than two dozen wines and ciders, as well. A dozen food vendors supply their snacks throughout the festival, helping provide energy for people to dance to live music or compete in lawn games such as giant jenga, giant peer pong, or trivia about famous giants.
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    1299 Half St. SE
    Washington, DC US
  • Neon Drink On
    Neon Drink On Summer Beer Fest 2015 ushers in summer with some impressive numbers: 45+ breweries 80+ beers 3?4 hours of unlimited tastings 8+ food trucks Yet pours from familiar and lesser-known breweries account for just part of this festival. As the name suggests, a sea of color floods the grounds, with attendees donning neon sunglasses, snapping shots inside an interactive neon-painting photo-booth, and getting down in the Neon Disco area. Meanwhile, live DJs and the musicians of Split Decision supply dance-ready tunes that soundtrack fun lawn games such as bocce ball, and corn hole.
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    1299 Half St. SE
    Washington, DC US
  • Half Street Fairgrounds- Art Whino
    Washington Nationals games are a celebratory event in and of themselves, but thanks to Half Street Fairgrounds, they get downright festive. The fairgrounds usher in baseball fans for two hours before and after home games, treating them to a variety of entertainment options, including live music, games of corn hole, and the chance to watch a live broadcast of ESPN, which reveals a behind-the-scenes look at the robot announcers. To fuel fans, the event also hosts a bar, food trucks stocked with tacos and fresh salsa, and a hot-dog stand.
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    1299 Half Street, SE
    Washington, DC US
  • SideTour - Leisure
    Sound Excursions describes their carefully curated group experiences as "field trips for adults." It's easy to see why: every outing takes groups to a new realm of Washington, whether it's the frothy shores of Puget Sound, inland forests and mountains, or tables at Seattle's thriving restaurants. The events held at these diverse locations range from culinary workshops on topics such as sushi-making and moonshine-tasting, to adventurous excursions with whitewater rafting or kayaking, to laid-back themed party cruises. For many outings, luxury transportation is provided.
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    1411 W Street Southeast
    Washington, DC US

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