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40+ Things to Do This January in Washington, DC

Kick off the new year with an awesome lineup of events in the District


 Ragnar Kjartansson - The Phillips Collection - Washington, DC

‘RAGNARÖCK: A Hirshhorn Late Night’ – Jan. 7
Celebrate the final days of the Hirshhorn’s Ragnar Kjartansson exhibit with this 21-and-over party at the museum. Among the features: an open bar, specialty cocktails from Maketto and Republic, DJ sets, live music performances, a screening of Kjartansson’s film collaboration with The National, small bites from Little Coco’s and The Grilled Oyster Co., gallery tours, a photo booth and face painting. Not bad for a January party.
8 – 11:30 p.m. |  Tickets
Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, 899 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20024


NBC4 2017 Health & Fitness Expo - Washington, DC

NBC4 2017 Health & Fitness Expo – Jan. 7-8
Interested in having fun while learning how to stay fit? Then NBC4’s annual Health & Fitness Expo is a must-attend. Join some of the station’s most notable personalities, as well as leading fitness and health experts, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Prepare for entertaining, exercise-related fun and education, including health tests and checks, presentations, Zumba, yoga and dance classes and a healthy book festival. The event is free and open to the public, so all you need to bring is some energy and a smile!
Free Admission
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mount Vernon Place, Washington, DC 20001

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Washington, DC Travel & Adventure Show - Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Travel & Adventure Show – Jan. 14-15
Looking to get inspired for your next adventure? Mark the calendar for the only travel show in the DC area, which features thousands of experts doling out info on top destinations and must-know travel tips. You’ll be immersed in cultures from around the world and can hear from other globetrotters to help you live out wildest travel dreams. This year, keynote speakers include Peter Greenberg, an Emmy Award-winning reporter and CBS News travel editor, and Travel Channel host Samantha Brown.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m./Sunday: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Tickets
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mount Vernon Place NW, Washington, DC 20001

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial - National Mall - Washington, DC

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – Jan. 16
The nation’s capital is a great place to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., especially during the holiday held in his honor. Visit the majestic Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial on the National Mall before or after you attend the 11th Annual MLK Peace Walk & Parade, a festive community gathering that Dr. King would love. The Washington Wizards also celebrate his memory with a matinee game against the Portland Trailblazers, an annual occasion that makes for a perfect day-off activity.

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@h.i.o - Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture - Washington, DC

The 2017 Peace Ball: Voices of Hope and Resistance – Jan. 19
Busboys and Poets presents this special event at the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. The star-studded event will feature food, an open bar, live music and dancing, and museum exhibits will be open. Distinguished guests include Chef José Andrés, Danny Glover, Alice Walker, Angela Davis, Esperanza Spalding and Naomi Klein. The event is for ages 21 and over only.
8 p.m. |  Tickets
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, 1400 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20560

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Inauguration Crowd with Washington Monument - Washington, DC

Inauguration Day – Jan. 20
From the swearing-in ceremony to the parade route, the inauguration is always a historic and unforgettable occasion. We have detailed info for all the things you need to know on the day of, special hotel deals and plenty of other ways for you to enjoy the District when in town for the special event.

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Martha Redbone & band perform at the 2013 Native Nations Inaugural Ball - Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian - Washington, DC

Native Nations Inaugural Ball – Jan. 20
The National Museum of the American Indian holds this celebration on the day of the inauguration to honor Native American Veterans. Proceeds will go towards building the National Native American Veterans Memorial on the museum’s grounds. During the ball, expect live music, dancing and a buffet featuring Native cuisine. Discounted tickets are offered for those in active duty.
7 p.m. |  Tickets
National Museum of the American Indian, 4th Street SW & Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20560

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Women’s March on Washington - Jan. 21, 2017 - Washington, DC

Women’s March on Washington – Jan. 21
Thousands will gather at Independence Avenue and 3rd Street SW (near the U.S. Capitol) at 10 a.m. on the day after inauguration to march in solidarity, celebrating the spirit of democracy. The Women’s March on Washington aims to shine a light on the importance of women’s rights and human rights across all communities.
10 a.m. – 5 p.m. |  Register
Meet at Independence Avenue SW & 3rd Street SW, Washington, DC 20024

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International Spy Museum - Things to Do in Washington, DC

Spy Fest: A Kidspy Family Festival! – Jan. 27
Espionage skills will be put to the test at this special family festival at the International Spy Museum. Find out if you and yours have the savvy to beat a lie-detector or the ability to defeat a ninja, with these attributes challenged through a series of tradecraft demos and spy skill exams (including “Speaking in Code”).
6 – 9 p.m. |  Tickets
International Spy Museum, 800 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004


Washington Auto Show - Things to Do in Washington, DC

Washington Auto Show – Jan. 27 – Feb. 5
One of the nation’s largest auto shows calls DC home, and the 2017 edition will be quite the spectacle. Car lovers will be dazzled by over 600 new makes and models from more than 35 manufacturers. Local sports stars and mascots will be on hand, to go along with a fascinating ART-of-Motion exhibition, VIP tours led by leading automotive writers and chances to Ride ‘N Drive vehicles at the show. Grab your tickets quickly: the Auto Show draws large crowds every year.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mount Vernon Place, Washington, DC 20001


Sips & Suppers - Events in Washington, DC

Sips & Suppers – Jan. 28-29
Now in its ninth year, Sips & Suppers is a two-evening event that brings some of the country’s best chefs and mixologists together to support DC Central Kitchen and Martha’s Table. First up is Sips, a cocktail reception that gathers culinary experts (including Joan Nathan and Alice Waters) to share signature dishes and drinks at Newseum. The next day, Suppers features renowned chefs working in pairs to host intimate dinners all over DC that include delicious food and wine and discussions about health and maintaining a sustainable environment.
Sips: Info & Tickets |  Suppers: Info & Tickets


@zaytinya - Table spread at Zaytinya - José Andrés restaurants in Washington, DC

Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week – Jan. 30 – Feb. 5
Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) curates two Restaurant Week promotions per year, and you’re in luck: one is right around the corner. Dozens of DC restaurants will participate, offering up multiple-course and prix fixe meals ($22 for lunch and brunch, $35 for dinner). Sign up for RAMW’s Restaurant Week mailing list to stay in-the-know on participants, deals, booking a table and chances to win special diner rewards.

Museum Exhibits

Rineke Dijkstra - National Gallery of Art - Washington, DC

Rineke Dijkstra – Through July 16
Photographer Rineke Dijkstra is known for her large-scale photographs of young people, and this National Gallery of Art exhibition showcases four such portraits, along with a self-portrait that inspired her later work. Dijkstra positions the youth as the focal point of her photos, using little to no background color, leading to earnest and intense images that let the viewer imbue their own sense of meaning.
Hours |  Free admission
National Gallery of Art, 6th Street & Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20565

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‘From the Desk of Simone de Beauvoir’ – Jan. 6 – June 2
Simone de Beauvoir is a historical pillar of feminism and existentialism, a brilliant mind who published some of the most important philosophical works of the 20th century. This exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts is an interpretation of de Beauvoir’s Paris studio, allowing visitors to reflect on her immense contributions to popular culture and how her work affects them.
Hours & Admission
National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20005

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Jacon Lawrence - The Life of Toussaint L'Ouverture: Toussaint at Ennery (1989) Printed by Workshop, Inc., Washington, DC, From the collection of Di and Lou Stovall

“To Haiti Let Us Go” – Jan. 7 – April 23
The impressive work of American artist Jacob Lawrence will again be on display at The Phillips Collection. This exhibition focuses on a series of 15 silkscreen prints created by Lawrence to tell the story of the life of Toussaint L’Ouverture, a former slave who led the fight for the liberation of Haiti during the French Revolution. Lawrence is an expert at depicting the quest for freedom, as evidenced by his Migration Series, so you won’t want to miss your chance to view these rarely seen prints.
10 a.m. – 5 p.m. |  Admission
The Phillips Collection, 1600 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20009

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 Rock, Power and Politics - Newseum - Washington, DC

“Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics” – Jan. 13 – July 31
Newseum and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have partnered to create this unique display that will showcase the power of rock and how it can influence politics and equality. Artists like Bob Dylan, U2 and Rage Against the Machine will be highlighted, indicating how artists can effect change through exercising their First Amendment rights. Complete with stunning artifacts and photographs, this Newseum exhibit promises to be one of the year’s most discussed.
Hours & Admission
Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20001

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 Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces - Exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian - Washington, DC

‘Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces’ – Jan. 21 – Jan. 2018
This landmark exhibit will officially announce the development of the National Native American Veterans Memorial, which will be placed on the grounds of the National Museum of the American Indian. The museum pays homage to the American Indian and Alaska Native men and women inside Patriot Nations, which will feature rarely seen photographs and artifacts that will reflect the service and sacrifice of these groups, from the Revolutionary War to the present day.
10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. |  Free admission
National Museum of the American Indian, 4th Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20560

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Explore! With the National Portrait Gallery - with Explore! Children’s Museum of Washington, DC & National Portrait Gallery - Washington, DC

‘Explore! With the National Portrait Gallery’ – Opens Jan. 28
In partnership with Explore! Children’s Museum of Washington, DC, the National Portrait Gallery will open its first-ever space dedicated to children. Kids will be able to experiment with portraiture, trace each other’s silhouettes, strike poses for a video art piece and play with expression and emotion with illustrated blocks. Kids from 18 months old to 8 years old (accompanied by an adult) are the intended audience for this new, cutting-edge installation.
Tuesday – Sunday, 11:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. |  Free admission
National Portrait Gallery, 8th Street and F Street NW, Washington, DC 20001


Titanic at Signature Theatre - Things to Do This Weekend

‘Titanic’ – Through Jan. 29
A 360-degree production of this Tony Award winner for Best Musical is residing at the Signature Theatre until Jan. 29. You will be immersed in the final, intense moments of the Titanic’s journey during this spellbinding production. Witness the glamour and heroism of its guests, an amazing reproduction of the ship on stage and a stellar score helmed by an orchestra of more than 50 players.
Signature Theatre, 4200 Campbell Avenue, Arlington, VA 22206

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Red Bull Flying Back - Warner Theatre - Things to Do in January in Washington, DC

Red Bull Flying Bach – Jan. 6-8
Prepare your eyes and ears for a totally different kind of performance at the Warner Theatre. Red Bull Flying Bach incorporates the renowned Flying Steps dance crew, who dance to a mind-bending mix of classical, hip-hop and electronic music in a wild display of choreography. The show brings music, dance and theater together like no other show can, so don’t miss your chance to catch the international stars this January.
Warner Theatre, 513 13th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004

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 Election Year in the Life of One Family’ - John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Washington, Dc

‘The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family’ – Jan. 7-22
This three-play cycle is a riveting way to spend an afternoon (the plays can also be seen separately). Tony Award winner Richard Nelson crafted the production around the Gabriel family, a fascinating dive into how one family deals with a particularly tense and historic election year. Prepare for an in-depth examination of how American politics affects the American family across the cycle – each arc lasts roughly one hour, 45 minutes.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20566

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The Hard Problem - Studio Theatre - Performing Arts in Washington, DC

‘The Hard Problem’ – Jan. 11 – Feb. 19
Acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard brings his newest work to the illustrious Studio Theatre in Logan Circle this January. The Hard Problem concerns Hilary, a young psychology researcher who is attempting to define consciousness in her latest project. A past decision haunts Hilary, causing her to make new, perhaps dangerous choices, leading the audience to contemplate the difference between science and actual living, and how belief affects us.
Studio Theatre, 1501 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20005

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Washington, DC

‘Bud, Not Buddy’ – Jan. 12-15
Adapted from the classic book by Christopher Paul Curtis and featuring stars like Clarke Peters and Frankie Faison, Bud, Not Buddy promises to be one of the season’s most innovating and captivating stage productions. Follow Bud (who does not like to be called “Buddy”) as he attempts to track down his father and his band, Dusky Devastators of the Depression. The action will be accompanied by a live jazz band on-stage, playing music penned by renowned artist Terence Blanchard. This world premiere, half-play, half-jazz concert is perfect for the entire family to enjoy.
Eisenhower Theater at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20566

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Arena Stage - Theaters & Performance Spaces in Washington, DC

‘Roe’ – Jan. 12 – Feb. 19
One of the most monumental cases in the history of the United States comes to life at Arena Stage. The landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case legalized abortion, and this stage production details the courage of the lawyer and the plaintiff, examining their lives and struggles before, during and after the conflict. Featuring thought-provoking performances and dialogue, and even a dash of humor, Roe promises to be a highlight of the theatre season.
Arena Stage, 1101 6th Street SW, Washington, DC 20024

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RISE - Shakespeare Theatre Company - Things to Do in January in Washington, DC

‘RISE’ – Jan. 13-14
Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Lansburgh Theatre hosts this performance by Collage Dance Collective on January’s second weekend. RISE will honor pioneers, past and present, as well as the important legacies that they have left. Witness the tremendous athleticism of the collective, which will also sport dancers from the Jones Haywood School of Dance and the Duke Ellington School of the Arts.
Lansburgh Theatre, 450 7th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004

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Kennedy Center at night over Potomac River

Shen Yun Performing Arts 2017: ‘Experience a Divine Culture’ – Jan. 17-22
One of the world’s foremost classical Chinese dance and music companies, Shen Yun Performing Arts, will transport you to the Land of the Divine this January. China was once known as the Middle Kingdom, and Shen Yun will bring this ancient world to life through dance, an orchestra and incredible backdrops. All of these elements come together to reveal 5,000 years of awe-inspiring Chinese stories and history.
Opera House at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20566

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Stephanie Miller’s Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour - Things to Do in January in Washington, DC

Stephanie Miller’s Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour – Jan. 21
Right after the presidential inauguration, Stephanie Miller (host of The Stephanie Miller Show on Sirius XM) and her merry band of sexy liberals (John Fugelsang and Frangela) will descend upon Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Sidney Harman Hall for a night of hilarious political comedy. If the election results have you down, the Sexy Liberals are sure to cheer you up.
8 p.m. |  Tickets
Sidney Harman Hall, 610 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Ford's Theatre - Washington, DC

Edward Albee’s ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ – Jan. 21 – Feb. 19
An American classic of both the stage and the big screen, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? deals with a two-couple party that takes on a life of its own. George and Martha invite Nick and Honey over to their home after a faculty party for drinks and socialization. The event turns into a verbal sparring match that exposes the fears and dysfunctions of both couples. Filled with moments both hilarious and heart-wrenching, this Ford’s Theatre production will leave you breathless.
Ford’s Theatre, 511 10th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004

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As You Like It - Folger Shakespeare Theatre - Washington, DC

‘As You Like It’ – Jan. 24 – March 5
Shakespeare didn’t only dabble in tragedy. You can experience one of his greatest romantic comedies, As You Like It, at Folger Theatre this winter. Filled with humor, beauty and romance, the play follows Rosalind, who is banished from her home and ends up in the Forest of Arden, disguised as a man. However, as the tale unfurls, Rosalind discovers young love and its complexities.
Folger Theatre, 201 East Capitol Street SE, Washington, DC 20003

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 Kevin McKenzie’s Swan Lake - John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Washington, DC

American Ballet Theatre: Kevin McKenzie’s ‘Swan Lake’ – Jan. 25-29
Swan Lake is ballet at its finest, and American Ballet Theatre will use its annual engagement at the Kennedy Center to stage the classic. Featuring a Tchaikovsky score for the ages, Swan Lake is a story of transformation, dreams, romance and forgiveness. These themes are illustrated through unforgettable choreography and music, as well as beautiful sets and costume design. You are in for a theatrical treat.
Opera House at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20566

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Baby Screams Miracle - Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company - Performing Arts in Washington, DC

‘Baby Screams Miracle’ – Jan. 30 – Feb. 26
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company stages this apocalyptic play that will leave audiences both questioning and appreciating blind faith. When a torrential storm tears through a family’s home, their extravagant daughter watches as her religious relatives attempt to pray their way out of the situation. You’ll be thrust into the storm, both physical and metaphysical, in this engrossing production.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre, 641 D Street NW, Washington, DC 20004

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 Alexei Ratmansky’s ‘The Little Humpbacked Horse’ - John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Washington, DC

Mariinsky Ballet: Alexei Ratmansky’s ‘The Little Humpbacked Horse’ – Jan. 31 – Feb. 5
One of the world’s greatest ballet companies stages a Russian fairy tale full of incredible adventures…and a magical horse. Mariinsky Ballet’s take on The Little Humpbacked Horse will be one of the season’s strongest theatre draws, full of bright colors, folk dances, a modernist score and Russian folklore. This is the 15th consecutive year that Mariinsky Ballet will perform at the Kennedy Center.
Opera House at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20566


Rock and Roll Hotel Black Alley Show

Title Fight – Jan. 7
Title Fight mixes all elements of punk into their own distinct sound, which will be on full display at H Street NE's Rock & Roll Hotel on Jan. 7. The band released Hyperview in 2015, their most diverse effort to date, a record that reflects the range of their songwriting, with tracks that reach for the sky and others that throttle. The band’s early hardcore roots work with their more recent shoegaze influences to create a stunning live show, so don’t miss this one if you’re a fan of punk rock.
7:30 p.m. |  Tickets
Rock & Roll Hotel, 1353 H Street NE, Washington, DC 20002

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Run the Jewels at Echostage - Concerts in Washington, DC

Run the Jewels – Jan. 12
Hip-hop groups and duos are, unfortunately, a dying breed. However, there’s one that still makes some of the genre’s finest music: Run the Jewels. Killer Mike and El-P can both rhyme with the best of them, while El-P’s sample-heavy beats roll through with thundering bass and sounds that bring hard rock to mind. The two also know how to work a crowd, while in the nation’s capital, they’re sure to have some interesting thoughts on the current political climate. Listen to their albums (and buckle up for a new one, which will drop on Jan. 13) as you get ready for a buzzworthy show at Echostage.
7 p.m. |  Tickets
Echostage, 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE, Washington, DC 20018

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Jeezy at Echostage - Concerts in Washington, DC

Jeezy – Jan. 13
Jeezy, Young Jeezy….whatever you call him, he’s rap royalty. Hailing from Columbia, South Carolina (not known as a hot bed for hip-hop acts), Jeezy is one of trap music’s best, making a name for himself with songs that blend street cred and memorable choruses and lyrics. He’s been in the game since the early 2000s, and with the success of the recently released Trap Or Die 3, he’s not going anywhere anytime soon. As is always the case at Echostage, expect a lively crowd, especially for one of rap’s biggest names.
9 p.m. |  Tickets
Echostage, 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE, Washington, DC 20018

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30 Club Washington DC - Credit Lisa A. Walker

Lotus – Jan. 13-14
Veterans of the festival circuit, including renowned extravaganzas like Bonnaroo, Outside Lands and the discontinued All Good, Lotus does electronic jamming as well as anyone on earth. Their propulsive sound makes them a perfect fit for the festival atmosphere, and their expansive and mind-blowing performances mean they have two nights to strut their stuff on the stage at 9:30 Club.
8 p.m. |  Tickets
9:30 Club, 815 V Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

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Blues Alley - Historic Jazz Club in Georgetown - Washington, DC

Roy Ayers – Jan. 19-22
Roy Ayers is considered the godfather of neo-soul, an icon whose career has now spanned more than four decades. Ayers has had an immense influence on hip-hop and R&B as both a jazz vibraphonist in the 1960s and as a band leader in the 1970s-80s, crafting classics like “We Live In Brooklyn Baby” and “Everybody Loves the Sunshine”. Ayers will be at the renowned Blues Alley throughout inauguration weekend, with two performances each night.
8 p.m. & 10 p.m. |  Tickets
Blues Alley, 1073 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20007

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Tokyo Police Club – Jan. 22
Round out inauguration weekend at the Black Cat, one of DC’s spectacular music venues. Sunday night features Tokyo Police Club, a Canadian indie rock group that has been building on its pop-punk sound since its acclaimed A Lesson in Crime EP dropped in 2006. Fusing punk guitars with pop melodies is nothing new, but the group has been perfecting such a combination for over a decade, and their chops will be evident during this performance.
f 7:30 p.m. |  Tickets
The Black Cat, 1811 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009

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Mobb Deep at U Street Music Hall - Concerts in Washington, DC

Mobb Deep – Jan. 25
"Shook Ones, Pt. II.” “Quiet Storm.” “Survival of the Fittest.” Queensbridge’s Mobb Deep is responsible for some of the greatest songs in the hip-hop canon. Although Prodigy and Havoc have not released a proper album since 2006, the duo is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their classic album, Hell On Earth, with a U.S. tour. Fortunately for you, they’re bringing the show to U Street Music Hall on Jan. 25.
10 p.m. |  Tickets
U Street Music Hall, 1115 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20009

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Ginuwine at the Howard Theatre - Concerts in Washington, DC

Ginuwine – Jan. 27
Although you should know him through name recognition alone, we’ll tell you a little about Ginuwine: he’s one of R&B’s all-time greats, with a long list of hits that have infiltrated the ears of multiple generations of listeners: “Pony,” “Differences,” “In Those Jeans,” “So Anxious”. His star will shine bright at the Howard Theatre for this Friday night show. The house will be packed and the smoothness will be undeniable.
8 p.m. |  Tickets
The Howard Theatre, 620 T Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

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Morris Day & The Time at the Howard Theatre - Concerts in Washington, DC

Morris Day & The Time – Jan. 28
Immortalized with an appearance in the classic film Purple Rain, Morris Day & The Time are as funky as funk gets. Hailing from Minneapolis, MN, Morris Day was a high school classmate of Prince’s, which led to the aforementioned film role and great exposure for Day and his band’s stylish brand of R&B. Although The Time broke up in 1984, Day has reunited the band, and they’ll put on one of their legendary performances at, fittingly, the legendary Howard Theatre.
8 p.m. |  Tickets
The Howard Theatre, 620 T Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

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