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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!



ShowPony @ DC9 – ($8, 8:00 pm, all ages) The DC-based band will hit DC9 again for this show. Their listed genre is “math rock and if that doesn’t pique your interest, nothing will.

A People’s Choir DC: Cinema Songs – (Free, 7:30 pm, all ages) Like sing-a-longs? Come out for this rowdy sing-a-long. Lyric sheets are provided and you are encouraged to sing as loudly as possible.

Stand-Up Variety Show @ Nick’s Riverside Grill – (Free, 9:00 pm, 18+) Stop by Nick’s Riverside Grill on the Waterfront for a night of comedy, sketches and songs.


Honeyblood @ DC9 – ($10, 8:30 pm, all ages)  The duo from Glasgow will be at DC9 to perform their pop-rock that sounds kinda like Haim, kinda like Best Coast and kinda like something that’d be fun to see live.

Pitch Perfect @ NoMa Summer Screen – (Free, 6:30 pm, all ages) It’s been a while since these singing ladies have been on the big screen. And with a sequel in-the-works, now is the perfect time to re-watch Anna Kendrick and friends in this hilarious movie.


Rustie @ U Street Music Hall – ($10, 9:00 pm, 18+)  If you like electronic music mixed with hip-hop and dubstep and basically everything else, go check out Rustie when he’s at U Street Music Hall.


THURSDAY (1)Big Maze Late Night @ The National Building Museum – ($16, 5:00 pm, all ages) Museums! After hours! Get lost in the big maze, or successfully navigate your way through, whatever floats your boat.

Seth Troxler @ U Street Music Hall – ($15, 9:00 pm, 18+)  Techno DJ Seth Troxler is playing at U Street Music Hall. His vocal-electronic tracks have landed him gigs all over the world and now he’s bringing his eccentric persona back stateside.

Clueless @ The Heurich House Museum Garden – (Free, 7:00 pm, all ages) 90s kids rejoice! Go see everyone’s favorite 90s movie for free. Would you miss out on this? Ugh, as if!


Ejeca @ U Street Music Hall – ($10, 10:00 pm, 18+)  U Street Music Hall is all about the house music. Ejeca brings his productions to the stage Friday night.

DC INSCTS Presents Ghost Dads @ The Velvet Lounge – ($9, 8:30 pm, 18+) The six-band collective that makes up DC INSCTS is bringing Ghost Dads to the stage for the band’s first tour.

FeelFree @ Rock & Roll Hotel – ($12, 8:00 pm, all ages) FeelFree’s fun, eclectic sound was developed right in DC. Go check them out.



Turquoise Jeep @ U Street Music Hall – ($15, 7:00 pm, all ages) The record label known for its creative YouTube videos is back on tour coming off the winter release of their second studio album.

Beardyman @ U Street Music Hall – ($15, 11:00 pm, 18+) After the Turquoise Jeep show, U Street Music Hall will house beatboxing champion Beardyman for a night of crazy beats.

DC MEET Market @ St. Luke’s Episcopal Church – (Free, 11:00 am, all ages) Food trucks, vendors, cool trinkets and gifts to explore — what’s a better way to spend your Saturday?



Keyshia Cole @ The Fillmore Silver Spring – ($27.50, 8:00 pm, all ages) Keyshia Cole just announced that a new album is in the works, so catch her in all her R&B glory on Sunday.

The Way We Dance @ Freer Gallery – (Free, 2:00 pm, all ages) Continuing the 19th Annual Made in Hong Kong Film Festival, the Freer Gallery will show The Way We Dance, complete with English subtitles.