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While it’s difficult to believe, not everyone is 21+. The not yet a girl/boy, not yet a woman/man people deserve to have fun. Here’s a useful guide to the weekend fun for all the 18-20 year-old people. Fun fact: you don’t have to be 18-20 to enjoy these things! Also, check out our agenda for LOTS OF OTHER THINGS TO DO!

 

TUESDAY (1)

International Young Artist Piano Competition @ The Kennedy Center – (free, 6:00 pm, all ages) See talented youths kick butt at piano playing in an intense piano battle for honor and glory (we hope).

Sunset Yoga and Pilates – (free, 6:00 pm, all ages) You’re never too young to get your chi in alignment. Sign up for this free yoga/pilates course online before showing up. Bring your own mat! Brave the rain!

Runaway Dorothy @ Hill Country Live – (free, 7:00 pm, all ages)  No cover necessary for this performance by Brooklyn-based Americana foursome Runaway Dorothy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZIhIDyAspc

 

WEDNESDAY (2)

Frozen @ MLK Jr. Library – (free, 6:00 pm, all ages) If you haven’t had your weekly dose of Disney yet this week, this sing-along screening of Frozen ought to cover you.

 

The Sandlot @ NoMa Summer Screen – (free, 6:30 pm, all ages) What, you mean you don’t want to go see The Sandlot tonight? You’re killing me, Smalls.

Nadastrom, Sado and Tropixxx @ U Street Music Hall – ($10, 9:00 pm, 18+) It’s a tropical electro-dance music bonanza at U Street tonight. Come out and dance until dawn — leave the kids at home.

 

THURSDAY (1)

Donavon Frankenreiter @ The Hamilton Live – ($22, 6:30 pm, all ages) Hawaiian singer-songwriter-guitarist Donavon Frankenreiter’s sweet blend of folk will have you swaying in your seat.

Tab Benoit @ State Theatre – ($26, 7:00 pm, 18+) If blues is your thing, you’ll love Tab Benoit’s style. His sound mixes swamp blues with “east Texas guitar-driven blues” to create a unique sound that no blues lover will be able to resist.

Wildcat! Wildcat! @ DC9 – ($12, 8:30 pm, all ages) Indie pop group Wildcat! Wildcat! just dropped their first ever album, and they’re riding the excitement across D.C. Check them out at DC9.

 

The Lego Movie @ Comcast Outdoor Film Festival – (free, 5:00 pm, all ages) Everyone loves The Lego Movie. Everyone loves outdoor movies. Everyone loves giving to charity (proceeds from the snack bar will benefit various charities and causes). Everything is awesome.

Eric Roberson @ Howard Theatre – ($40, 6:00 pm, all ages) Singer-songwriter-producer Eric Roberson was nominated for a Grammy award and has written songs for Jill Scott, Dwele, Vivian Green, and others. He’s also a Howard University alum. Go check him out on his home turf.

Boyz II Men @ Fillmore Silver Spring – ($39.50, 8:00 pm, all ages) You have to love Boyz II Men. Even if you weren’t around for their heyday. The group’s still going strong — check them out at the Fillmore.

SATURDAYFlow Tribe @ The Hamilton Live – ($18, 7:00 pm, all ages) No Saturday is complete without some sweet New Orleans sound. Let Flow Tribe lay their “smoking hot rhythm” on you and see how you feel when it’s all done.

#Nofilter feat. Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart and Mamrie Hart – ($35, 6:00 pm, all ages) YouTube stars Grace, Hannah and Mamrie of #Nofilter bring their comic skills to Sixth and I Historic Synagogue.

Petworth Community Market – (free, 9:00 am, all ages) Community markets are always fun, free to enter, and — best of all — have no age restrictions. Eat your way through some free samples or bring a pocketful of cash if you plan on buying something.

SUNDAY (1)Kings @ Jammin Java – ($25, 2:00 pm, all ages) Progressive rock supergroup Kings brings an all-star cast of musicians to Jammin Java for a thrilling event featuring Emmy winner Phil Naro.

Johnny Lang @ State Theatre – ($45, 6:00 pm, 18+) Johnny Lang began his career at 16 and has only been improving ever since. Hear his soulful, truth-filled lyrics during his performance at the State Theatre.

Disney’s The Lion King @ Kennedy Center Opera House – ($40, 7:30 pm, all ages) Still haven’t been to see The Lion King? There’s still time. Catch a performance tonight at 7:30 — you won’t be disappointed.

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