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Things To Do This Weekend: The MLK Edition

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Things To Do This Weekend: The MLK Edition

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Our President is STILL black, so we shall turn up one last time in his honor this MLK weekend. There is plenty to do, so check out a handful of your options below.

1 Up Tour at the Howard Theater Join the wave and catch Retch at the Howard Theater for the 1 Up Tour. The DMV’s own Dope Music Village will also be performing and it’s sure to be a memorable experience. Gaining considerable traction in the hip-hop game, including appearing at the A3C Music Conference and Festival, as well as being one of Karen Civil’s “Civil’s Picks”. Tickets are $15

SoL Day Party and Clothing Drive Who doesn’t appreciate a good day party? This Saturday head to Cities for the return of the SoL Day Party. In honor of Martin Luther King weekend, ForWard Vision Group is doing their part by giving back. They will have a representative from We Feed Our People on site collecting NEW Underwear and warm winter clothing (including skull caps, gloves, and/ or blankets). Another party for a cause! RSVP here (soldaypartyatcities.eventbrite.com)


It Was All a Dream Day Party at Gryphon Set your Sunday off right for the It Was All A Dream Day Party at Gryphon. Hosted by King Flexxa with music by DJ Quicksilva and DJ Stevo. To RSVP, hit the DCNIGHTS app for your complimentary passes for Gryphon Sundays or hit this link.


Fetty Wap at Echostage You know you don’t have to work on Monday, so come Fetty Wap’s way to Echostage to see him live in concert. Tickets are still available if you head to Ticketmaster now.


Founders Day at Rosebar Join The Network DC on Sunday for a special edition of Rosebar Sunday’s as they celebrate the Founders Day of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Long weekends were made for nights like this. RSVP here


While long weekends are great for a good time, don’t forget to take time to reflect on what this weekend is truly about. Head to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the National Mall to remember that we are all a part of his dream. The last weekend before we bid a final farewell to our President, let’s not forget MLK’s message; “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

[via usaguidedtours.com]

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Originally from South Florida, I came to DC after graduating from Boston College. I'm an extroverted introvert that loves music, writing, new experiences and my two kids. IG: michellesashawrites

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