Free Events in Metro DC
There’s no shortage of Free Events in the DC Metro area. Browse and choose from 500+ Free Events including free concert and performances to free films, lectures and talks to free museum exhibitions. There’s even a section for free festivals and free family events.
Mamba preceded by Hearst Metrotone News and Me and the BoysNational Gallery of Art
Sat. Mar 23 Crazed colonialism rages in this rare two-strip Technicolor production with a sadistic, insistently unlovable Jean Hersholt as a plantation owner in German East Africa.
Natalie Clein, celloNational Gallery of Art
Sun. Mar 24 British cellist Natalie Clein has built a distinguished career, regularly performing at major venues and with orchestras worldwide.
First Chefs: Fame and Foodways from Britain to the AmericasFolger Shakespeare Library
Thru Mar. 31 First Chefs tells the stories of the named and unnamed heroes of early modern food culture.
Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital March 14-24The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital returns for another eleven days of screenings throughout the D.C. metro area. Screenings will take place at over 25 venues, including Smithsonian museums, E Street Cinema, Carnegie Institution for Science and more!
National Cherry Blossom Festival: March 20 - April 14, 2019The National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates the gift of 3,000 cherry trees from Tokyo to the city of Washington, DC. Spanning nearly four weeks the festival includes parades, fireworks and performances honoring the lasting friendship between the US and Japan. Events include the Cherry Blossom Parade, Kite Festival, The Sakura Taiko Takeover at the Tidal Basin, and Petalpalozza.
Millennium Stage at the Kennedy CenterWashington ALL AGES: Free Performances every day at 6pm. As part of the Kennedy Center's "Performing Arts for Everyone" initiative, visitors can enjoy local, national, and international artists as they showcase their talents in music, dance, theater, and more.
Americans’ Forgotten Love Affair with OperaLibrary of Congress
Tue. Apr 16
AmericansSmithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Thru Dec. 31, 2022
Stamps on Film: SelenaSmithsonian National Postal Museum
Mon. Apr 22
National Youth Poet Laureate CommencementLibrary of Congress
Thu. Apr 4
Jerusalem QuartetLibrary of Congress
Fri. Apr 12
Reformat the PlanetLibrary of Congress
Thu. Apr 4
Stamps on Film: Jimi Hendrix MovieSmithsonian National Postal Museum
Mon. Apr 15
From Earth to Sky: Women Making a Difference in GeographyLibrary of Congress
Tue. Apr 2
The Interface Between Composition, Sound and Video Game DesignLibrary of Congress
Sat. Apr 6
Women themed Story TimeSmithsonian National Postal Museum
Mar. 23 – Apr. 29
National Cherry Blossom Festival: Kite FestivalWashington Monument
Sat. Mar 30
History After Hours: Inspector Oldfield and the Black Hand SocietySmithsonian National Postal Museum
Wed. Apr 24