Washington D.C. June 2021 Events

Washington D.C. June 2021 Events

Washington D.C. in the Summer is Simply Must-See

Average temperature low and high: 63°- 85°
The mild Washington D.C. summers is a wonderful climate to get out and see the nation's capital. From DuPont Circle to the Mall and the surrounding cities of Arlington County and Alexandria, there's no shortage of things to see and do.

June Event Calendar

Boozin’ Through the Decades Bar Crawl – DuPont Circle

Dress up in the style of the 70s, 80s, 90s, or 2000s, and get out on the tiles. Join a group of fellow time-traveling revelers on a 9-hour party through historic and hip DuPont Circle bars. Itinerary will be announced the week of the event. Register here! 

See Chicano Batman at the 9:30 Club

See Chicano Batman at the 9:30 Club

Blending the sounds of psychedelic rock, soul, and Latin music, Chicano Batman’s eclectic musical styles makes them a must-see band. Even better, they will be at the 9:30 Club, considered as one of the finest music venues in the country. Buy tickets here! 

Washington D.C. Concerts in June

Upcoming Nightclub Events

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Things to Do in Washington D.C. in June

Boat and Jetski Rentals on the Potomac River

Washington D.C. sits nicely on the Potomac River. Visitors can rent a boat, canoe, or jetski and set out on the water while taking in the city’s unique beauty. While cruising on this scenic waterway, be on the lookout for many enchanting animals, including Bottle-nose Dolphins.

Experience Washington Nationals Baseball

In June, baseball is at its peak, and there is no better way to experience America’s past time than to watch the 2019 World Series Champions Washington Nationals play baseball. There are ten home games at Nationals Park, situated in the Navy Yard area of Washington D.C., in June. As a post-game celebration, you can visit any one of Navy Yard’s many quality bars. Tickets for all Nationals games are available here.
Events may be canceled due to the coronavirus. Please confirm with all ticket vendors that events are still active.