With both Chinese New Year and Mardi Gras celebrations this weekend, there were lots of festivities in the city.
The 36th annual High Heel Race took place on 17th Street on Tuesday night, and it was full of the usual fabulousity
Art All Night started in 2011, and last weekend’s celebration was a fantastic display of creativity in D.C. – with more than 20 neighborhoods participating and an estimated 180,000 people attending.
Fiesta DC has been celebrating the Latino community in D.C. for 51 years. Despite the gloomy rain last weekend, the celebration was fantastic.
While D.C. was still mainly a swamp at the birth of this nation, it’s the center of celebrations of the Fourth – a grand concert, parade, and fireworks on the Mall.
June is Pride Month, and last weekend D.C. celebrated with a glorious parade.
May is Asian Heritage Month, and one of the biggest events is the Fiesta Asia Street Fair along Pennsylvania Avenue. Here’s what we saw last weekend during the 18th year of the annual festival:
On Tuesday night, large crowds came out for the 35th annual High Heel Race down 17th Street, to admire the elaborate drag costumes and celebrate the LGBTQ community.
This past weekend was rich with festivities, including Art All Night and Fiesta DC Art All Night Art All Night began in 2011, and has now expanded to a two-night festival at 22 locations all over the city. We went to five of them. Barracks Row Music, juggling, light spinning, and a silent disco offered… Continue reading
The H Street Festival has been one of the largest festivals in D.C. for the past 12 years, extending 11 blocks along H St. NE.