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Five Events in Washington DC This Spring to Get Excited For


March 5th, 2018

Five Events in Washington DC This Spring to Get Excited For

Theatre with red seats and a chandelier For those of you traveling to Washington, DC this spring, there will be a wide variety of local events to enjoy. Including some highly-anticipated theatrical performances, to the start of a new season of DC baseball, and some killer concerts—these are five spring events in DC to get excited for. In The Heights March 21-25th The show that sparked the career of superstar playwright and performer Lin-Manuel Miranda. In The Heights, is a musical set in Manhattan’s Washington Heights neighborhood, where Miranda lived. A bodega owner, passionate father, and salon owner lead a cast of authentic, and entertaining characters in this hit show coming to DC. The Kennedy Center. 2700 F St. Nationals’ Home Opener April 5th One of the best teams in the Major Leagues, the Washington Nationals will welcome the New York Mets to kick off the 2018 baseball season in DC this May. Come out and cheer on superstars like Bryce Harper at this exciting game that happens just once a year. Nationals Park. 1500 S Capitol St. Let it Be At The National Theatre April 14th Made for fans of The Beatles, Let It Be is a musical that features renditions of many of The Beatles’ most famous songs, including those from early in their career, as well as some from later hit albums like Abbey Road. The National Theatre dc. 1321 Pennsylvania Ave. Pink: Beautiful Trauma World Tour Hits DC April 16th The hit pop superstar Pink is taking her Trama World Tour to Washington, DC this April. Playing hits from her seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, as well as older hits like “Stupid Girls” and “Raise Your Glass,” the high-energy singer-songwriter will definitely have the crowd on its feet. Capital One Arena. 601 F St. Yissy & Bandancha May 9 This highly-anticipated show features Cuban percussionist Yissy Garcia and her band Bandancha, as they explore their famous funk-driven, Latin-jazz influenced, electronically-enlivened sound live at DC’s famous Kennedy Center. The Kennedy Center. 2700 F St.

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