Welcome to your daily Hit List featuring the shows, openings, and ritual gatherings that will set your social dial to MAX FUN.
And if you don’t dig our picks, there are tons of other events to check out on BYT ALL CITY(side note: promoters/venues: posting events on ALL CITY is free and open to all-so please use it. )
- Joshua Cogan’s “Tomorrow we Dissappear”
- Sixth and I Synagogue, one night only, November 14th
- In his fifth exhibit opening at Sixth & I, the Emmy award-winning photographer showcases a visual journey through India’s last colony of magicians, acrobats, and puppeteers as part of FotoWeekDC’s 2012 festival. Experience the last remnants of this culture born out of folk art and molded by poverty
photograph by Joshua Cogan
THEN-we know our Beaujolais party is all SOLD OUT BUT our Weekly Food News Round Up will have alternatives to it., here are some other options:
- If you’re feelin’ like parting with Dom Kennedy and “twenty bitches in the lobby,” Kennedy’s show at Howard is for you.
- …Or dance the night away Drop the Lime with DJ Trevor Martin and special guests the DC Rollergirls at U Street Music Hall.
- Get ready for burlesque and “clown cabaret” at Red Palace’s DC Variety show.
- What’s that? You’re under 30 and in the mood for theatre? Arena Stage has a great new deal for young professionals looking for discount tickets and we’ve got the deetz right here. Tonight’s show? My Fair Lady.
- And for some indie funk rock, head to The Hamilton for Revivalists. Related: here’s a pink gorilla in a boxing match:
- And lastly, Yeasayer at 9:30 Club is way sold out but, you know, there’s always this: