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Washington D.C. In-Person Event Calendar
Washington D.C. In-Person Event Calendar
Collection by Eventbrite
As Washington D.C. reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the District, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the Washington's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
Washington D.C. In-Person Event Calendar

Shop Made in DC / Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C. In-Person Event Calendar

Shop Made in DC / Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C. In-Person Event Calendar
Washington D.C. In-Person Event Calendar
Collection by Eventbrite
As Washington D.C. reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the District, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the Washington's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
As Washington D.C. reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the District, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art exhibits. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the Washington's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.

Instead of spending hours aimlessly wandering around the museum, allow an expert to guide you through the halls and bestow the knowledge you need to truly appreciate each masterpiece.

Head to Array Floral Design Studio at The Wharf to learn how to care for flowers at home and make fresh flowers a part of your life. At these small, hands-on classes, you'll discover the art of bouquet-making , and bring home a floral creation for your home.

Once named as one of the ten best gardens in the world, Dumbarton Oaks is a sprawling landscape filled with trees, plants, and grassy terraces that will make you forget you're in the city at all.

Bond with your boo at this unique date night experience by exploring the historic labyrinth mansion and over 70 secret doors that lead to themed rooms and exhibits.

Every Friday through October, head to Crystal City Water Park for an outdoor concert featuring local bands and musicians, plus plenty of food and booze for purchase.

Shop Made in DC invites you to come play with clay to build a one-of-a-kind, unique-to-you creation with the techniques you'll learn in the class.

Scents by The Company leads a candle making workshop that provides you with all the materials you'll need (plus light refreshments!) to hand pour a candle in the scent of your choice.

Let the good times roll at Columbia Station in Adams Morgan with cool jazz and hot jokes nearly every weekend. Who says you can't have the blues with a side of laughter?

Wake up and spend your Saturday morning stretching by the water with an all-levels yoga class on Potomac Plaza.

The Magnolia Terrace on top of the Carlyle House is one of the most serene locations in the DMV to practice yoga, so grab your mat and get ready to reach zen.

Learn how to mix up classic craft cocktails in your own kitchen, plus compete for the best drink and a chance to win a trophy (plus bragging rights for life, of course).

Unwind an hour-long outdoor vinyasa session taught by District Flow Yoga. On Thursday evenings, you can even get a complementary Truly Hard Seltzer if you show up early.

Rise and shine for a mellow yoga class for all levels under the colossal, 75-foot-tall Corinthian columns in the Great Hall.

Leave this cocktail class with a new plant, plus tips on how to make signature drinks, take care of living greenery, and source sustainable glassware.

Say goodbye to summer with a high tea and a yin/vinyasa flow yoga sesh, followed by a delicious grab-and-go brunch.

Both humans and doggos will enjoy this event, including $5 beers for the owners and a "treat flight" for their four-legged pals.

Astro Lab Brewery in Silver Spring hosts this free yoga class led by a professional instructor. Stick around after the session for 10% off all beers.

Did you know that more assassinations have happened in DC than any other city in America? Hop on your bike and check out some of the sites of the most notorious presidential assassinations.

Learn to bake your favorite desserts with a splash (or two) of alcohol at this weekly cooking class held at The Boardroom in Arlington.

Noga Erez, an Israeli musician and producer, plays tracks off her newest album, "KIDS," which she made with her creative and life partner, Ori Rousso. See the show at Sixth & I Synagogue.

This unique happy hour experience features different drinks each day, including fruit crushes and spritzes on Mondays, beer and shot combos on Tuesdays, and beer steins for hump day.

Head to DC's favorite beer garden to test your knowledge and win prizes (and bragging rights), then hang out after trivia for lawn games and more ice cold beer.

DC's best stand-up comedians gather at the posh Eaton Hotel for a night of laughs (only for those ages 21+).

DC Fray and Union Market invite you out every Tuesday for 6-8 rounds of Bingo each night with a prize for each round (and did we mention it's free?).

Gather your smartest friends, come up with a clever team name, and claim your prize at this weekly trivia meetup at Ballston Quarter.

Ditch your desk and practice play for an hour every Wednesday at the Eaton DC. This gentle yoga session will help you leave your worries at the door (and make sure they stay there).

The famous CNN anchor discusses his new book about his mother's side of the family: the Vanderbilts. Vaccination cards and masks are both required.

Grab your favorite adult beverage from the fridge and tote it on over to the FSC Workshop to create a candle using your favorite scents.

Hit the plaza at Pentagon Row every Wednesday for a new weird and wonderful Wes Anderson flick each week, including classics like "The Life Aquatic" and "The Royal Tenenbaums."

This two-hour long show, inspired by "Fifty Shades of Grey," combines music, dance, and theater for the best girls night out you can imagine.

Bathe yourself in sound with multi-instrumental music meant to encourage deep restoration and transformation. You'll walk away soothed, relaxed, and rid of anything that no longer serves you.

Enjoy fresh food, flowing beverages, and plenty of laughs at the Ugly Mug in Barracks Row.

After the Maryland bluegrass festival DelFest had to postpone to next year, B Chord Brewing stepped in to fill the void with a three-day mini-fest dubbed DelFest Days. The serene, spacious lawn near the Blue Ridge Mountains will play host to Cabinet, Cris Jacobs Band, and more.

Woodlawn Press Winery in Alexandria hosts this paint and sip workshop led by a local artist where participants will paint a seasonal scene while imbibing on wine.

Now in its 11th year, this outdoor festival takes place on the gorgeous waterfront at National Harbor and features 150+ local and international wines, beers, and spirits, plus delicious food from tons of different vendors.

With a special theme each month, drinks by Rocket Frog Brewing, and a luxe patio to sip and unwind, this Alexandria beer garden is the true epitome of summer.

Terrariums are like living pieces of art that you can build and customize however you want. Agnes from Indigro Plant Design will lead you through this workshop, which includes a it with everything you'll need.

Kick off the official start of fall with a night of fun, wine, and crafting with pumpkins at Woodlawn Press Winery in Alexandria.

DC heat is no joke, so take a moment to cool off with a wellness experience that soothe your body and your mind, complete with a healing sound bath to close the session.

Need some greenery to spruce up your front porch or windowsills? H Street Farms will teach you the basics of indoor gardening so that even first-timers will walk away with a green thumb.

Designers from around the world present their spring and summer couture collections at this exclusive fashion show in the Hamilton Hotel.

This chic summer soireé is held at the Woodrow Wilson Museum with a live DJ, gourmet cuisine, and rosé flowing all evening.

This discussion group provides an open and nonjudgemental space where women can pour themselves a drink and talk about sex and relationships: the good, the bad, and the failures.

Join Sugarcoated Bakery to create some fall-themed confections likes leaves and pumpkins, plus sip on cider as you bake.

This delectable dinner features dishes like marinated bay scallops, beet and goat cheese salad, red snapper, duck confit, and cheesecake. And of course the wine will be flowing.

This exclusive wine tasting and five-course dinner at SER Restaurant is hosted by Ervigio Adan of Viña Otano Winery. Each wine will be described in detail and your ticket price is inclusive of tax and tip.

Author and historian Kate Bowler sits down with New York Times columnist David Brooks to discuss her cancer diagnosis, her faith, and how's she's finding peace.

Learn how to paint blooming florals with watercolors to fill in the outline of a DC map for a unique piece of art with local flavor.

The friendly faces at H Street Farms will teach you how to grow these tiny, delicate greens that add color, texture, and flavor to a variety of foods — all you need is a sunny windowsill and one of their growing kits.

Grab your tickets before they're gone to the 45th annual VA wine fest where you'll receive a commemorative glass, unlimited tastings, access to the oyster pavilion, and enjoy live musical performances and concessions from local vendors.

Join local Maryland authors with books for all ages, artists selling jewelry, crafts, and home decor, and tons of fall-themed festivities and games.

Porchfest is a festival of mini concerts held on real people's front porches. By highlighting the region's top emerging talent in a local neighborhood (this time, Southwest DC), this event truly embodies the heart and soul of the District.

The author of "All the Light We Cannot See" is back with a new novel he'll be discussing at Betts Theatre. Early ticket buyers even get a special copy of the book signed by the author.

Create a mini moss terrarium for your office or windowsill using tiny dinosaurs, plastic deer, river rocks, and plenty of moss.

Every second Friday of the month, Wonderland Ballroom presents the best up-and-coming comics, plus a few veterans, to start your weekend off with a laugh.

Head to the Viceroy Hotel for a restorative sound bath meditation that will get your vibes right and help you set positive intentions.

This fall festival is in its fifth year of fun, full of pumpkins, a photo booth, face Painting, games, apple cider, and delicious fall-themed treats.

This spicy interactive workshop led by Cultivate the City is sure to turn up the heat in your life with ingredients like ghost peppers, habaneros, and jalapeños.

Songwriter Josh Ritter performs a mix of soft ballads for his first live set since before the pandemic began.

The Mansion on O invites you to celebrate spooky season with a Halloween-themed scavenger hunt in over 100 rooms and 70 secret doors.

Head to Alethia Tanner Park in Northeast for a free showing of "Moana" starting at sunset, but if you show up early, you'll time to play games, grab a bite from the truck, and relax in the park before the show begins.

Argentine Chef Katriel Menendez will teach you how to whip up empanadas from scratch including making your own dough, filling the shell, and practicing different ways to fold and cook.

The star of the hit TV show “Younger” talks about her new book, "Hooked: How Crafting Saved My Life," full of funny and heartwarming personal stories about crafting (and more).

The title says it all, and what more could you really need? Get your taco on at National Harbor's waterfront and stuff your face with guac, churros, and margaritas.

The DC Wine Fest is back at Union Market's Dock 5, so get ready for all the fall feels with multi-session vino tastings and live entertainment.

Five different breweries come together, along with a food truck offering good eats, for the ultimate Oktober experience. Your tickets gets you beer pours in a commemorative mug, a pretzel upon arrival, discounted drink tickets, and access to the Beer Hall garden.

This outdoor pop-up festival allows customers to shop through thousands of used books, all for $6 and under.

Get your home ready for fall at Shop Made in DC in Georgetown. Create a gorgeous fall centerpiece with seasonal flowers and greenery, and be sure to enjoy some of the complimentary happy hour beverages on offer.

Sip on discount beers, wine and cocktails while your pup snacks on complimentary treats, then shop pet items at the pop up gift shop.

Spookify your house with this floral design workshop where you'll create a bouquet of flowers in dark, fall colors.

Celebrate Hallow's Eve by learning all about Victorian mourning traditions as well as the mysterious deaths and strange happenings at the Lee-Fendall House in Alexandria.

Take a tractor-driven hayride, then gather around the bonfire to roast hotdogs and marshmallows and make s’mores under the moonlight.

Sugarcoated Bakery leads this cookie-making class at Lost Boy Cider, where you'll bake three spooky-themed cookies as you sip on hard cider.

Bring your mat to the rooftop of The Energy Club for a magical, moonlit yoga practice to the beats of DJ Thunder Bunny.

Disconnect from all your worldly worries and reconnect with nature with a two-hour forest bathing session that will help you hit the reset button on your life.

Spend your Halloween Sunday making adorable little needle-felted pumpkins (or give it a face to turn it into a Jack-O-Lantern).

Come on down to the Dessert Fair in Silver Spring complete with a costume contest, pumpkin decorating, spooky stories, and plenty of candy.

Hop on a horse and ride through a farm full of lights, then enjoy our hot cocoa bar beside the bonfire for an experience that will have you thinking you just stepped inside a rom-com.

Spend the last hours of your weekend with a vegan dinner of "veggiewurst" with sauerkraut. Wash it all down with an Eastern European beer and mingle with the other diners.