As cities start to loosen restrictions, more and more activities are returning this summer in the DMV.
Here are a few of my favorites.
I’ll update this list throughout the month.
These events are subject to change, verify before you go.
June 3rd – 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. at the Transit Pier
Description: “This summer, bring your friends to The Wharf for Sunset Cinema outdoor movies on the Transit Pier big screen every Thursday night from June 3-August 26!”
Description: “The concerts will be held at the “Transit Pier every Wednesday evening starting at 6:30 p.m. With R&B, Americana, Motown, Jazz, Reggae, and your favorite pop covers, there is something for everyone. Grab a snack and a beverage (beer and wine if you’re over 21) and enjoy live music and waterfront views.”
Description: “The 2021 Movies on the Potomac season will run during the month of June on Thursdays at 7 p.m.“
Pack your chairs, grab food to go from one of the delicious dining establishments, and meet on the Plaza’s big screen for a *FREE* evening of fun for all ages!”
- June 3: Honeydripper
- June 10: O Brother, Where Art Thou
- June 17: Amazing Grace- Aretha Franklin
- June 24: Big Eyes
If you haven’t seen water in Georgetown’s C&O Canal, it’s worth a visit.
Georgetown is full of rich history and this is just one of the historic landmarks.
“The historic C&O Canal and its towpath run 184.5 miles into Cumberland, Md.–the first mile of which is through Georgetown.”
Visit Georgetown Heritage’s Facebook page for more info.
Click here, to obtain a free pass.
“Admission to the Zoo is free, but entry passes are required. Passes open on a rolling basis, one month out. If you’re looking for passes for a specific date, please check back 30 days before your intended visit.”
Description: Socially-distant group bike ride from Shaw-Howard U Street Metro to Dupont Circle Metro
Description: “Uptown Main Street, Solar Solution, and a dozen uptown small businesses will celebrate Pride Month with the Wear Your Pride Block Party on Saturday, June 5 from 11am – 4:30pm starting at at 4700 14th Street NW.”
SIDEWALK PALOOZA FOGGY BOTTOM! June 13th, 4:30pm, outside the 26th and I dog park – after some snacks, water, and seeing each other in person for the first time in a looong time, we’ll walk around FB snapping sidewalk pics. co-hosted by @marinastrez and myself!!! pic.twitter.com/2AoWINyQQR
— Yannik Omictin🇵🇭🇫🇷 (@Yannik_in_2A01) June 4, 2021
District-wide #SidewalkPalooza events are happening throughout the week starting June 4th (and some after). Check the map at https://t.co/SjhEN80wAv for up-to-date-information. /2 pic.twitter.com/0W6oELDFRc
— Erin Palmer (@Erinfor4B02) June 3, 2021
Description: “Planning is underway to host the City of Annapolis’ inaugural Juneteenth Celebration to include a parade and family festival in June 2021. Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States”
Click here to learn more about the festival and parade planned for June 19th.
Parade: Jun 19, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM / Annapolis City Dock, Annapolis, MD
Music Festival: Jun 19, 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM / Bates Athletic Complex(Weems Whalen), 935 Spa Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401, USA