Hey everyone! This week’s long selection of weekend events on D.C. BEST WEEKEND BETS are, as always, hand picked from our awesome AGENDA HOMEPAGE and carefully calibrated for maximum fun, minimum stress and have Big Little Lies as a theme, because lying is the word these days.
Some really cool things on the horizon:
• Get ready for some amazing performances with Halcyon Stage @ Dock 5. Get your tickets now.
• The least frustrating St. Patrick’s Day celebration you’ve ever been to.
• We are thrilled to be media sponsoring Dine-N-Dash again.
Can you even contain the excitement?
• Welcome to March. We pick the best of everything for you. Have Your Best March.
• These are the Best Vegetarian Dishes in D.C.
• Every March we celebrate Women’s History Month.
• Our curated March Comedy Guide will help you find laughs.
• Lunch decisions ahead? We now have a Fast Casual Guide.
• It was finally cold enough to run our Pho Guide!
• Our Hidden in Plain Sight series continues with a visit to Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office.
• Looking for a new date spot? Go to Conosci.
SOCIAL MEDIA BONUS: tag all your Instagram stuff #BYThings (@brightestyoungthings) and get a chance to shine on OUR Instagram feed too.
On your marks, ready set, GO
• The event of the night is the Exposed DC 2017 Opening Party at AJAX.
• Adam Savage and Michael Stevens are at Warner Theatre. They ain’t afraid of no myths.
• Galaxy Electric play Luce Unplugged. They are good. This show is free. This is a good early evening option.
• The Facebook Monologues is at Drafthouse Comedy. We also like this show.
• Legend of Drunken Master is screening at Suns Cinema.
• Los Campesinos! and Crying are at 9:30 Club.
• Schadenfreude Neubauten is at Dr. Clock’s.
• How about Peter and the Starcatcher at Constellaion Theatre Company?
• Have some fun at NGA after hours.
• Foster Carrots, Go Cozy, and Keeper at Black Cat should be fun.
• Say hello to BYT’s Jenn Tisdale and Jonny Grave at Equinox at Black Cat.
• Ali Wong is at Warner Theatre.
• Jim Jeffries is at DAR Constitution Hall. It’s a good weekend for stand up in D.C.
• PraxisCat, Marian McLaughlin, Faun and a Pan Flute, and SIR E.U (a BYT Super Sampler alum!) are at Dew Drop.
• Mae, Owel, and The Constellations are at Rock & Roll Hotel.
•Capital Q’s Guerilla Queer Bar (GQB) brings dancing to Cafe Saint-Ex.
• Head back to Suns Cinema for the Lady Snowblood double feature.
• How often do you spend an evening at an embassy? Tonight could be that night! Evening at the Embassy of the Czech Republic.
• Rosanne Cash is at the Birchmere.
• Vanessa Williams is at Howard Theatre. Yes, that Vanessa Williams.
• Tiësto is at Echostage. Yes, that Tiesto.
• Blade Runner is the midnight movie at E Street.
Do some daytime stuff:
• If you’re wondering why there are a lot of college baseketball fans around the Verizon Center, they’re hosting the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament.
• See a matinee of Intelligence at Arena Stage.
• Start your day by protesting Nazi’s in Virginia.
• There’s also a District of Love march.
• Go see Logan and cry.
• You should know if the 15th Annual Leprechaun Lap Bar Crawl is for you. It’s not for me but that doesn’t mean it’s bad.
Then go home and regroup before tonight:
• The rock and/or roll show of the weekend is Priests’ record release show at Black Cat.
• The queer dance party of the weekend is The Coven & GLOE presents The Pride of Purim: A Queer Masquerade at Ten Tigers Parlour.
• The drink event of the weekend is Whisky LIVE DC.
• Beth Stelling is great and at Drafthouse DC.
• Learn how to square dance at St. Stephen’s.
• BYT close, personal friend Biz Markie DJ’s at Fillmore Silver Spring for Fillmore Flashback: 80’s vs 90’s Dance Party.
• Church Night is also at Black Cat. Black Cat is going to be very loud and godly on Saturday.
• Strand of Oaks and Twin Limb are at Rock & Roll Hotel.
• Washington National Opera’s Dead Man Walking is at the Kennedy Center.
• It’s Nerd Nite at DC9.
• The very funny Sean Patton is in the lounge at the DC Improv.
Looking for some good new brunches to try? Check out our food section.
For your other staying-in-viewing pleasure:
Watch these films and shows on Netflix before they say goodbye.
Not sure what to see in the theater? Check out our film section for reviews.
leaving the house?
• Watch people go bald for a good cause at the St. Baldrick’s Shaving Party at Boundary Stone.
• It’s your last chance to enjoy the Tequila & Mezcal Festival at Oyamel.
• We endorse Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at Lincoln Theatre.
• Sunn O))) is at 9:30 Club.
• Robert Randolph & the Family Band is at Fillmore Silver Spring.
• Suns Cinema is screening Yojimbo.
• Migos is at Echostage.
• Today’s protest is a LGBT Safety and Rights March.
• Classical music promoters understand the kids. They’re trying. That’s why the show is called Bach to the Future.
And just like that, the weekend is over. How do you feel about that?
PHEW. THAT WAS A LOT. BUT: THERE ARE A BAJILLION OTHER THINGS TO DO LISTED IN THE BYT AGENDA PAGES, so use it (to both post your events and search for them) and if you think we may have missed something, comment away–you know you want to. No excuses:
Till Next time, don’t forget to keep your truths alive & well: