Washington D.C. May 2021 Events

Washington D.C. May 2021 Events

Experience Washington, D.C. in the Midst of Spring

Average temperature low and high: 54°- 76°
Washington, D.C. has no shortage of things to do. The nation’s capital is a diverse, lively, and culture-driven city steeped in the history of the United States. In spring, the city’s mild temperatures attract both tourists and locals alike to the vast green space of Rock Creek Park and the National Mall, itself surrounded by many amazing museums and monuments.

May Event Calendar

Broccoli City Festival 2021

The Broccoli City Festival returns in 2021 for a one-day festival featuring the best of Hip Hop from across the country on May 18th, 2021. The festival is organized by the community organization Broccoli City, which promotes sustainable living and community engagement. This year the festival is headlined by DaBaby, Roddy Ricch, and Megan Thee Stallion. Buy tickets here!

The Fabulously Funny Comedy Festival

The Fabulously Funny Comedy Festival

Headlined this year by award-winning actor and comedian Mike Epps, the Fabulously Funny Comedy Festival promises a night full of laughter. An accomplished comedian, Epps is supported by the multi-talented entertainer Desi Banks. Both men are known for putting on hilarious shows. Buy tickets here!

Washington D.C. Concerts in May

Upcoming Nightclub Events

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Things to Do in Washington D.C. in May

Enjoy the nightlife in Adams Morgan

The Adams Morgan neighborhood is known for its diversity and nightlife. For restaurants, there are the famous short ribs at the Federalist Pig, mid-Atlantic fair at A Rake’s Progress, late-night snacks at Julia’s Empanadas, or the exotic Ethiopian flavors of Zenebach Restaurant. Looking for music? Adams Morgan has you covered at Madam’s Organ Blues Bar, and Habana Village, a restaurant and dance club specializing in Latin Music.

Tour the National Mall

Tour the National Mall
Make a day of exploring the monuments and beauty of the National Mall. Not only the hub of American government – where the U.S. Capitol and White House border the park – the National Mall and adjoining West Potomac and is dotted with monuments and memorials.
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