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Columbia Heights

Spain-USA Foundation

Enjoy and discover cultural events and works of internationally renowned Spanish artists in the fields such as design, urban culture, architecture, visual arts, performing arts, literature and music

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H Street NE

Rorschach Theatre

Rorschach Theatre tells stories that allow for innovative design and visceral performances.

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Downtown

Cloakroom

DC's premier venue features 5,000 sq. ft. of space, a rooftop with panoramic views, a large stage, high-tech sound and lighting and luxe finishes.

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Petworth

Hook Hall

DC's premier event venue, beer garden, and tavern featuring a large indoor and outdoor space located in the heart of Washington, DC.

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Maryland

Merriweather Post Pavilion

Concert venue located in Columbia, MD, north of Silver Spring

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Southwest & The Wharf

U.S. Military District of Washington Pub...

MDW is the home of the Army's official ceremonial unit, the 3rd U

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Downtown

DAR Constitution Hall

Newly-renovated 3,702-seat facility capable of hosting a wide variety of events, including concerts, television, meetings, commencements and award shows

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U Street

Lincoln Theatre

The Lincoln Theatre, built in 1922, was a cultural center of D

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