(Updated at 11:55 a.m.) The Clarendon Ballroom is set to hold a street festival this weekend.
Bidding farewell to summer, the nightlife venue at 3185 Wilson Blvd — also known as just The Ballroom — is hosting what it says is Arlington’s first electronic music-inspired street festival.
This Saturday, Sept. 23, from 2-10 p.m., the streets of Clarendon will host a festival complete with a “state-of-the-art” stage, lighting and sound system, according to the event listing.
The event, dubbed “Ballroom on the Block,” will take place along N. Irving Street between Wilson Blvd and 12th Street N. It promises to bring a “rooftop vibe” down to the streets, complete with a beer garden, lounge sections, yard games, carnival treats and local vendors, per the event webpage.
More, below, from the event listing.
What to expect:
- Epic Outdoor Mainstage Production
- Local electronic DJs all Day
- Outdoor Beer Garden
- Food Stands
- Outdoor grill and BBQ
- Multiple Bars
- Kandi Making Station
- Carnival treats
- Games including cornhole, water pong, giant jenga, ring toss
- Local Vendors
- Outdoor Lounges
Following the festivities, the venue also plans to host an after-party inside from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Ticket prices start at $10 but increase as the event date approaches. Between now and Saturday, tickets are $35 apiece for general admission.
For an additional $20, attendees can opt for a “VIP Fastpass,” which grants them line-skipping privileges and access to both indoor and outdoor areas of Clarendon Ballroom throughout the day.
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