Remix Your Weekend: Twerking, A Massacre, and The SuperBowl
The 41st Annual Cherry Tree Massacre: This Friday and Saturday, the Georgetown Chimes will be hosting what is considered to be the largest a capella festival this side of the Mississippi. There will be perfomances not only from singing groups on campus, but also ones from up and down the coast including Duke, UVA, and George Washington. The Friday night show is already sold out, but tickets are still available for Saturday as well as February 7th and 15h. They are $12 online and $10 in Red Square or at the door. Disclaimer: No cherry trees were harmed in the making of this festival.
Groove Theory Performance Class: Have you ever dreamed of getting your twerk on but never knew how? Well, now is your chance! Join Georgetown’s always-fresh dance group Groove Theory in Leavey Center this Saturday from 3- 5 p.m for their annual performance class. They will teach a dance number that will be performed at the Groove Theory showcase on March 28th. There is absolutely no experience necessary–just come with some sneakers and be ready to drop it like it’s hot.
Breaking the Bubble
Watch the SuperBowl (And Have A Pint): For all those who want to
get wasted drink responsibly this Sunday while celebrating American’s favorite past time, The Mighty Pint is the place for you. For $15 in advance (and $20 the day of), they will provide all-you-can-drink mixed drinks and Miller Lite, Sam Adams and Yuengling pints from 5:30 p.m. to all you excited sports fans until the end of the game. Located in Dupont Circle, The Mighty Pint is the perfect place to wind down, turn up, and watch men tackle each other.
Blond:ish at U Street Music Hall: This Friday at the U Street Music Hall, London-based techno duo Blond:ish will perform starting at 10 p.m. The girls’ music has praised for its “provocative basslines”, “smooth textures”, and “sticky vocals”. If you like what you hear, tickets are $10, but free for anyone 21+ before midnight.