Remix Your Weekend: We won’t get fooled again
If you’re not going to the Wiz Khalifa concert, you may want to catch Wayne Brady perform with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center. The 8 p.m. show includes renditions of classic Sammy Davis Jr. and Sam Cooke songs.
If you liked the Hunger Games, you might also like Battle Royale, the movie from which The Hunger Games supposedly stole its story. E Street Cinema will have midnight screenings of this Japanese film Friday and Saturday night.
Georgetown musicians will be playing neck to neck in Saturday’s Battle of the Bands. The concert starts at 8:30 p.m. in Bulldog Alley.
Relive your childhood at the Blossom Kite Festival by the Washington Monument. The festival lasts from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
To celebrate the new Samurai exhibit, the National Geographic Museum will be playing much-loved Samurai movies all day long. And to answer your question, no, Kill Bill is not included on the list of movies.
The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage is holding a classical guitar competition at 6 p.m. The performance is free, so there’s no good reason to miss the Jimi Hendrix of classical guitar shredding like a demigod.
Prepare for a ridiculously expensive Easter Sunday at the Faberge Egg Festival. A Tsar Nicholas II impersonator will be in attendance, making this event at the Hillwood Estate’s Museum and Gardens the most bizarre way to end your weekend.
Georgetown’s Hawaii Club holds its annual Luau in the ICC auditorium. This celebration of Hawaiian culture and cuisine runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There’s never been a better excuse to wear tacky Hawaiian shirts.
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