Wednesday, June 30, 2010
It's DC and the Music's Free by Lyn2
It's not just Ft. Reno in the summer, folks. There is free music at several spots downtown throughout the summer. One of them is at Woodrow Wilson Plaza EVERY DAY through September. That's the big courtyard in between the International Trade Center (O.K. Ronald Reagan Building) and the Ariel Rios Buildings. You can walk straight in to the courtyard off 13th and Constitution Ave. N.W., use Federal Triangle Metro stop or find out more here. Note the finale is a late afternoon performance in September - DC's own Chuck Brown, all y'all! (Apparently that is the plural for "y'all" in Texas-ese.)
This Friday, July 2, you can improve your lunch hour by catching Workingman's Dead/now Black Muddy River Band (featuring the one and only Jamie Daly)for some homage to the Grateful Dead from Noon until 1:30. There is a food court in the Trade Building, a restaurant in the Courtyard or bring your own.
You can find other free summer music events here.