Art All Night at The Parks

Art All Night Brings Film & Fun to Georgia Avenue

On Friday, September 24, kick off the weekend at 7 pm at Cinema Night + Art All Night Launch showing In the Heights on the Great Lawn at The Parks at Walter Reed. The film will start at dark. J&J Taqueria will be on site selling their delicious quesadillas, tacos, and more. Additional food and beverage vendors will be announced. Bring your own chairs, picnics, and popcorn, and enjoy this family friendly line-up. The event is free, and all are welcome. 

Art All Night is a citywide activation of public spaces that features local artists and businesses. The fun continues on Saturday, September 25 at 7:00 p.m. for four more Art All Night activations along Georgia Avenue:

  • Arts & culture walk featuring live jazz at Nile Ethiopian Restaurant, visual arts and harpist at Tomoka Coffee House, tours at the HBCU Museum, a lineup of Women, Jewish, Black, and LGBTQ poets and open mic led by Huffington Post contributor and founder of Day Eight Robert Bettmann at Shepherd Park (Juanita E. Thornton) Library, Zenith Gallery pop-up and mobile woodshop at PS2G, candlemaker at DC Urban Living and more in the 7300-7800 blocks of Georgia Avenue, NW.
  • African cultural bands and ping pong tournament in the 6400 block of Georgia Avenue, NW.
  • Family-friendly comedy talk show led by Brandon Wetherbee, who has performed at the Kennedy Center and was featured in Washingtonian Magazine, at the Emory Fellowship United Methodist Church, 6100 Georgia Avenue, NW.
  • Latin American cultural bands with art and retail vendors at the Fourth District MPD Station, 6001 Georgia Avenue, NW.

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