Arlington Event Calendar
Hop on a bike and ride with BikeArlington this Bike to Work Day (BTWD) whether you’re working at home or commuting to the office. Join people all over the region in celebrating biking and commuting.
This free event is open to everyone. Arlington will have ten pit stops and BikeArlington will host five pit stops in Rosslyn, Ballston, Columbia Pike, Shirlington and Clarendon. Pre-register for a convenient pit stop and be sure to pick up your Bike to Work Day t-shirt on the big day.
Crystal City Sports Pub
529 23rd Street South
Arlington, Virginia 22202 Map
Live Stand Up Comedy in Arlington Starring Cerrome Russell
Featuring some of the DMV’s best comics.
Born and raised in Sumter County, Ga., started his comedy career 10 years ago while serving in the United States Marine Corps. He was first exposed to a broader audience as a cast member on the 2nd season of BET’s popular prank show Hell Date. He has traveled extensively; performing at college campuses and military installations worldwide, as well as opening for Hannibal Burress. Cerrome Russell’s comedy comes in many varieties, including Off-Center, Truthful, and of course, Country.
Denise Taylor’s sardonic material, unique observations, and commanding stage presence has placed her at the top of the comedy circuit in Washington, D.C. Denise is a regular at venues like the Kennedy Center, The DC Improv Comedy Club, and Underground Comedy DC. She’s opened for several national touring headliners, including Patton Oswalt, Drew Michael, Nicole Byer, Mark Normand, and Judah Friedlander. Denise is currently a contributor for The Onion.
Kevin Seefried is a NY-born, Colorado-bred, and D.C.-based comedian whose stand-up has been featured on Sirius XM radio and at festivals including the Brooklyn, Laughing Skull, and Underground Comedy Festivals. He hosts the weekly stand-up show “Batting Cage Comedy” in Washington, D.C. and has performed all over the country.
Friday, May 20
8 p.m. (Doors open at 7)
Crystal City Sports Pub (3rd Floor Lounge)
529 23rd St S, Arlington, VA 22202
(Dinner/Food/Drinks available before show)
$20 VIP (Seating Up Front)
Shops at Crystal City, 2100 Crystal Drive
Arlington, Virginia 22202 Map
Spring in Arlington, Event “35th Festival Argentino” is an exciting celebration showcasing more than 30 artists, the culture, products, services, and culinary traditions of Washington’s Argentine — Latin American and diverse community during the May Revolution 1810 Heritage.
¡Your presence strengthens us, in the return of the Argentine Festival to give social help and continue growing!
This festival has the atmosphere of a bustling global marketplace with the support of the embassy promoting the country through vibrant displays of visual art, food, handicrafts as well as travel and tourism exhibits. Donation of $20 dollars for all the public, guests have the opportunity to imagine that there are traveling to see the culture, and music and do some holiday shopping — all during the 6 hours of entertainment! Kenmore Auditorium in Arlington Virginia on May 21 from 3:30 to 10:30 p.m.!
There is a raffle with a 2 tickets round-trip to a Destination in Argentina. Courtesy of Copa Airlines. It will be raffled, and you participate with the admission ticket, having to be present to win. ¡Your help is very important to give partial benefit to the Cooperative of the Mugaburu School of Mar del Plata and help a boy to finish elementary school!
¡We were declared of Cultural Interest by the Ministry of Culture of Argentina!
$20 Advance $30 Door includes 6 hours of Diversion, Free Parking, and a raffle! Visits our website: www.argentinefestival.org
Gunston Arts Center - Theatre One
2700 S. Lang St.
Arlington, Virginia 22206 Map
“For many years, the National Chamber Ensemble has been a beacon of artistry and accessibility. Their work continues to offer hope in a dark time, as well as a place to come and unwind and enjoy musicians who are doing what they do best.” – DCMetroTheaterArts
Mozart and Mendelssohn — both child prodigies, pianists, musical conductors, and teachers and two of the most-celebrated musical figures of all time. Mendelssohn was the only musical prodigy of the 19th century whose stature could rival that of Mozart. Enjoy a concert featuring the works of two virtuoso composers whose music still excites and touches the heart.
Featuring the Piano Trio in C major K.548, Piano Quartet in E Flat Major K.493 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the Piano Quartet No. 2 in F Minor by Felix Mendelssohn.
NCE’s Internationally acclaimed roster of musicians will delight with virtuoso performances, humor and storytelling. The artists featured on May 21 are Leo Sushansky (violin/artistic director), Carlos César Rodríguez (piano), Uri Wassertzug (viola) and Steven Honigberg (cello).
Choose How You Attend
Each ticket comes with the (unlimited) ability to stream the concert one week after the concert date. It’s such a gift that we can all partake in these performances in person, but also a gift that we can watch these wonderful performers in our pajamas! There’s something for everyone in the National Chamber Ensemble’s latest season.
To maximize the safety and comfort of our wonderful arts patrons, the National Chamber Ensemble will implement the CDC recommended guidelines for those attending our concerts in person. These currently include the following:
The NCE will limit in-person attendance to less than 50% of the theater capacity to allow patrons to spread out and feel comfortable.
Patrons must be fully vaccinated. Be prepared to show proof.
Patrons must wear face masks at all times.
From the classical to contemporary compositions, the National Chamber Ensemble’s internationally-acclaimed musicians provide outstanding performances of chamber music in an intimate setting. The NCE brings together composers, musicians, performers and audiences to create an environment that is fun, welcoming, engaging and offers the connoiseur, as well as the first-time concertgoer, an exciting musical experience.For more information about the National Chamber Ensemble go to
Building a business can be tough, so we’re here to answer all your questions about products and services that fit your needs!
Join us for a webinar to learn where to start in terms of loans, commercial mortgages, business credit cards and more with our Director of Business Lending, Marty Weitzel.
Ballston Quarter, Level M1
Virginia Tech | Executive Briefing Building
900 N Gleeb Road, Second Floor
Arlington, Virginia 22203 Map
1850 N. Moore St.
Arlington, Virginia 22209 Map
Author Talk: “Forgotten Veterans, Invisible Memorials: How American Women Commemorated the Great War, 1917-1945”
Arlington Public Library
1015 N. Quincy Street
Arlington, Virginia 22201 Map
Arlington National Cemetery
1 Memorial Ave
Arlington, Virginia 22211 Map
We’re Back! Calling all kids for The Arlington Triathlon in Memory of Anne Viviani, a youth-only swim-bike-run event for ages 7-15.
In its 8th year, the race takes place Sunday, June 12th at Washington-Liberty Aquatics Center. It features a (socially distanced) time trial pool swim, circuit bike course on closed streets, and an off-road run to the finish on the track. For registration, sponsorship information and more, please visit our website.
The race benefits the Arlington Triathlon Club, Arlington’s groundbreaking, award-winning, elementary school-based multi-sport training program.
Mark Your Calendar for “Arlington’s Best Block Party”
Every summer since 1995, Columbia Pike has hosted the largest Blues Festival in the D.C. metropolitan area. This free outdoor music event sees thousands of residents and visitors come together each year in South Arlington. From live blues, jazz, and bluegrass music, family-friendly activities, and craft beer and wine to local vendors, you’ll find something for everyone!
Celebrating its 25th Anniversary with its first fully in-person event since the pandemic, vocalist Shemekia Copeland (2021 Blues Foundation “Entertainer of the Year”) headlines The Columbia Pike Blues Festival on Saturday, June 18th from 1 to 8:30 p.m. The special anniversary lineup will showcase a full lineup of blues, R&B, and funk performers of national and regional notes, including Eric Scott, Robbin Kapsalis & Vintage #18, Shakin’ Woods, and Anthony “Swamp Dog” Clark.