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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)

Silk Road Dance Company @ The Kennedy Center – (free, 6:00 pm, all ages) Take in a free show at the Kennedy Center and see the Silk Road dancers showcase a medley of Eastern dances.

Logan Brill @ Hill Country Live – (free, 7:00 pm, all ages) Logan Brill has been rocking the country music scene lately. Check out her unique bluesy music at Hill Country Barbecue.

Tyler Ward, Brynn Elliot, My Silent Avery @ Jammin’ Java – ($15, 8:00 pm, all ages) Tyler Ward has 1.5 million YouTube subscribers and has collaborated with the Plain White T’s, Jason Derulo, and more. Check him out live, along with opening acts Brynn Elliot and My Silent Avery.

WEDNESDAY (2)

Phil Wiggins and Friends @ The Kennedy Center – (free, 6:00 pm, all ages) Blues master harmonicist (?) Phil Wiggins teams up with a few of his musical pals to deliver a rich set.

Top Gun @ NoMa Summer Screen – (free, 6:30 pm, all ages)  Love films about pilots? Love Tom Cruise? Head to NoMa for a screening of the 1986 film Top Gun.

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Rixton with T. Mills @ The Fillmore Silver Spring – ($26.50, 7:30 pm, all ages) You know you want to check out this R&B boy band from England.

THURSDAY (1)

 

David Mills @ Merriweather Post Pavilion – ($55, 6:30 pm, all ages) UK star David Gray takes on Merriweather Post Pavilion with a sampling of titles from his new album, “Mutineers.”

Big Maze Late Night – ($16, 5:00 pm, all ages) Haven’t had a chance to check out the National Building Museum’s big maze yet? The museum will be open late with extended hours — do the maze, then head to the lawn for barbecue and music.

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Mrs. Doubtfire @ City Paper Summer Cinema – (free, 7:00 pm, all ages) City Paper’s summer movie festival is in its third week. Check it out before it ends — the movie begins at 7 pm in the Heurich House Museum Garden. Space is limited, so get there early!

 

 

Quincy Mumford and The Reason Why @ Hill Country’s Backyard Barbecue – (free, 5:30 pm, all ages) Quincy Mumford brings 70’s rock and funk tunes to life at Hill Country’s barbecue. Doors open at 4:00 pm; show starts at 5:30.

Empire Records @ Rosslyn Summer Film Festival – (free, 7:00 pm, all ages) See a young Renée Zellweger and a bunch of teens running around in 90’s fashion. It’s worth it.

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The Veil @ The Writer’s Center – ($25, 7:30 pm, all ages)  Tony-winning playwright Conor McPherson premieres his newest drama, The Veil, at The Writer’s Center near Bethesda metro station.

SATURDAY

Petworth Community Market – (free, 9:00 am, all ages) Support local businesses! Buy some neat stuff! Spend some time outside!

Twitch @ Q?rius Theater – (free, 2:30 pm, all ages) See Kristin Powers’ powerful documentary about Huntingson’s Disease, then meet and speak with her following the screening.

Led Zeppelin 2 @ The Fillmore Silver Spring – ($15, 8:00 pm, all ages) Led Zeppelin tribute band Led Zeppelin 2 is in town. Bring your dad along and hear the songs that inspired a generation of rock musicians.

 

SUNDAY (1)

Once Upon a Time in Shanghai @ The Freer Gallery – (free, 2:30 pm, all ages) A top martial artist finds himself working for a crime lord in this 2014 throwback to classic Chinese kung fu movies.

Philadelphia Jazz Orchestra @ The Kennedy Center – (free, 6:00 pm, all ages) Hear jazz music played by talented high school and college students and think about how maybe you shouldn’t have quit violin lessons.

Twin Peaks w/ The Lemons and The Sea Life @ DC9 – ($12, 8:00 pm, all ages) Quasi-psychadelic foursome Twin Peaks bring their “hypermelodic” music stylings to DC9.

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