In case you are going to actually get a life and stop asking questions about that stupid dress, I have activities for you to do! Much more fun. Seriously, get out of your house.
Queers, February 27th is the 4th Friday of the month, and you know what that means, time to leave your bras at home and get to embarrassing yourself. Come on down to the classic get down at “Zeba Bar” 9-11pm Specials: $3 PBRs, $5 Fireball shots, and half-priced pizza. I’ll be there so you know it will be super fun. And weird.
UNDER THE SHEETS! COMEDY AND BURLESQUE VARIETY SHOW. Glam Gamz and Dutch Oven, Washington D.C.’s own dynamic duo of silliness, present their side-splitting revue Under The Sheets. The cast of the show are bringing their biggest, baddest, and most hilarious acts to make your night a little more gooftacular! At the notorious Black Cat, $12 / $15 9:00PM – 11:30 PM.
Uniting Michael Jackson and Prince, two musical icons, for one party sounds like a flawless idea. Expect the crowd to fill the dancefloor at the Howard Theatre and sing along to every song, as DJ Dave Paul mixes the hits and rare tracks. Ultimately, All that matters is whether or not we get to hear ‘Batdance.’ Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 day of show.
This ‘Original Brew Tour’ event provides beer enthusiast with an insider’s look into how three different DC’s breweries craft their celebrated brews. Do you like to drink and learn? Of course you do! You’re human. Perfect for beginners, connoisseurs, home brewers, and everything in between! Ticket price ($85) includes lunch, lots of beer, bottles of water, transportation, and VIP access into DC’s brewing scene! Click here to buy tickets.
As a creative expression of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, the #BlackArtMatters gathering at Lamont Street Collective features jazz from the local group Mind Over Matter Music Over Mind, the trip-hop of Nag Champa and the spoken word of Thomas Stanley, author of the new book “The Execution of Sun Ra.” Free, but the suggested donation is $10-20. Don’t be too skimpy, it’s for a great cause.