No matter when you visit, we’ve got an event with your name on it. From all-American holidays to international cultures and from barbecue to the blues –- we’re celebrating it all here in Washington, DC.
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Celebrate the nation’s greatest springtime celebration, happening from March 20 to April 14.
Celebrate the return of spring and those famous pink blossoms at these events throughout DC
No matter what time of year you visit DC, there is a celebration or festival to be had.
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Warm weather and a sports town through and through means plenty of chances to enjoy a good game.
The most important part of any Independence Day is where you’re going to watch the fireworks. We have just the spots to optimize your view so you catch all the booming flashes and cascades of red, white and blue.
The U.S. Capitol isn’t the only place to see the theater in DC. Check out these trusted venues.
There are so many ways to celebrate America's birthday in it's capital city.
The annual DC Jazz Festival features more than 125 live performances throughout DC.
Learn more about the nation's greatest springtime celebration, running March 20 through April 13
Presented by Cultural Tourism DC, this annual event celebrates the international side of DC.
Get ready for some football, some baseball and a horse show to boot, as autumn has arrived in DC.
Autumn days are full of fun adventures for the whole family. Here’s what’s on tap:
Hit a home run with these four bases of fun for kids at Nationals Park
October in the nation's capital brings with it incredible colors and amazing events
'Tis the season for Nationals baseball, D.C. United soccer and more outdoor sporting events.
Check out these little-known facts about five of America's greatest presidents.
Let's go Caps! Get in on the action with the Washington Capitals, DC's official NHL hockey team.
There’s no shortage of things to see and do in DC this spring.
50 days of fun facts, deals, activities and more leading up to the 57th Presidential Inauguration.
Between Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day, DC is where to celebrate the patriotic holidays.
Celebrate the last days of summer with football, music and more in the nation's capital.
From Christmas to New Year's Eve to Valentine's Day, winter in DC is full of celebrations.
Spend the Fourth of July in the nation’s capital and celebrate with fireworks and festivals.
A month-by-month guide to annual LGBT events in Washington, DC.
Washington, DC's summer festivals celebrate everything from food to film.
From serene fall foliage to exciting sporting events and festivals, you'll "fall" in love with DC.
No matter what month you visit Washington, DC, there's always something to celebrate.
Everything you need to know about the country’s largest political party on the National Mall.
Learn more about the Washington Mystics, DC's official WNBA team.
As Washington, DC's official MLS team, D.C. United brings non-stop action to RFK Stadium.
Get in on the action as the Washington Wizards take over the Verizon Center.
Perhaps one of the best ways to spend an evening in Washington, DC is with some live music. As the home of our nation’s capital, DC is regularly on the circuit for major concert headliners and performing artists.
With an exciting post-season, see why DC is beaming with "Natitude."
Celebrate global culture with these fun Washington, DC festivals.