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Only official DC Black Pride events are listed on this page. If an event is not listed below, it is not an officially recognized DCBP event. All events being held in the Grand Hyatt Washington (host hotel) are complimentary unless otherwise noted.

Friday, May 25 through Monday, May 28 are the official DCBP 2018 dates. There are some special pre- and post-DCBP events. Events, times and locations are subject to change.

Social Events and Parties

Social events and parties are a very important part of DCBP. CBE has partnered with several organizations to provide various social events and parties. The social events and parties are planned and managed by the organization listed. If an event, social event or party is not listed on this page, it is not an official DC Black Pride event. Partner organizations are:

Female Parties

Male Parties


Tuesday, May 22

 
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.   2018 DC Black Pride Awards Reception

The Park at 14th, 920 14th St. NW, WDC 20005
» $10 | Purchase Ticket


Join us as we honor the 2018 DC Black Pride award recipients: Anthony Fox and Anika Simpson, Ph.D. (Welmore Cook Award); Impulse DC (DC Black Pride Leadership); Mary Bowman and Achim Jeremiah Howard (Unsung Hero Award); Genise Chambers-Woods (President’s Award); Kathy Neal (Charlotte Smallwood Volunteer of the Year Award); Monet Dupree (Earline Budd Award); U.S. Congressman John Lewis and Washington DC Councilmember Anita Bonds (Eleanor Holmes Norton Award); D.C. Allen - The Crew Club adn Everett E. Hamilton - Octane Public Relations(DC Black Pride Small Business Award) and Curtis L. Etherly Jr. (Curtis L. Etherly Jr. Ally Award).

The evening will include cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Program begins at 7:15 p.m.

Master of Ceremonies: Fox News contributor and national syndicated radio host Richard A. Fowler

Host Committee: Earl Fowlkes Jr., Honorable Vincent C. Gray, Jack E. Hairston Jr., C. Hawkins, Kenya Hutton, Re'ginald Shaw-Richardson, Ron Simmons Consulting LLC and Ron Swanda.

Join the host committee. As a host committee member, you "lend us your name" to help promote the event on materials, including the reception's digital invitation. We’ll ask that you help to spread the word and create a buzz about the event among friends, colleagues, and family. We ask Host Committee members to make a commitment of $100. To become a member of the host committee, complete the Host Commitment Form.

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Wednesday, May 23

 
7 p.m. – 2 a.m.   Wicked Wednesday - DC Pride Kickoff (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

Wicked Wednesday - DC Pride KickoffFELT Lounge at MGM National Harbor Resort & Casino, 101 MGM National Ave, Oxon Hill, Md. 20745
» $10; Free with DWP Party Pass


Thursday, May 24

     
5 – 10 p.m.   Welcome to DC “UNLEASHED” Happy Hour (Unleashed DC 2018)

Welcome to The District “UNLEASHED” Happy HourMVP Lounge, 1015 7th Street NW, WDC 20001
» $5 before 7 p.m.; $7 after

Music by DJ Jai Syncere and DJ Kidd Fresh.
 
5:30 p.m.   Using Black Political Power to End HIV Panel Discussion
Presented by Impulse Group DC and the Human Rights Campaign


Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom
» Complimentary


Using Black Political Power to End HIV Panel Discussion
Reception: 5:30 p.m. (complimentary sponsored bar and hors d'oeuvres)
Discussion: 6 p.m.

Featuring
Keith Boykin, broadcaster, author and commentator
Miss Lawrence, TV personality and hairstylist
Poet Taylor, WPGC radio host
Rev. Keron Sadler, NAACP National Health Programs Manager

In recognition of DC Black Pride, Impulse Group DC, the Human Rights Campaign and some very special event hosts will hold a conversation about how we can make ending HIV a voting issue in 2018 and use Black political power as a vehicle for change.
 
7 p.m. – 1 a.m.   Welcome 2 DC Mix'her (UNCNZRD)

Welcome 2 DC Mix'herPure Lounge (upstairs), 1326 U St NW, WDC 20009
» Free before 8 p.m.|
Purchase tickets

Happy hour featuring some of the DMV's funniest comedians.

Drink specials.

Hookah.

Comedians: Nik Snow, Rudy Wilson, Patrice DeVeaux, Anthony Oakes, D.Lo, Fenando Madrigal, Woo Woo and Chelsea Shorte.

Sounds by DJ T-Juan
8 p.m. – 1 a.m.   #SlayTheVote Ball 2018
Presented by Icon Charles Khan, Legendary Duante Balenciaga and Legendary Twiggy Pucci Garcon
Sponsored by Impulse Group DC and Center for Black Equity


Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom
» Complimentary


Slay The Vote Ball 2018

Doors open: 7 p.m.; LSS: 8 p.m.; Ball ends: 1 a.m.

In a time where politics in America are in a complete uproar, its time for us to reclaim our time by owning our civic participation. On May 24, we relaunch #SlayTheVote, a national campaign focused not only on getting ballroom patrons around the country registered to vote, but also deeply engaged in their municipal, state, and national politics.

Commentator: Kirk BOOM Balenciaga and Snookie Lanore 007
DJ: Tony Play
9:30 p.m. - 2 a.m.   Genesis Chapter X (Supreme Fantasy)

GenesisBarcode, 1101 17th St NW, WDC 20036



Two DJs, 10 Dancers, 500 Men.
General Pass Distribution #1
 
10 p.m. – 2 a.m.   The Set Up - Welcome to DC Party (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

The Set UPClub Elevate, 15 K St NE, WDC 20002

» $10; Free with DWP Party Pass

Early bird party pass pickup.

Friday, May 25

     
12 - 9 p.m.   Pride Help Desk Open

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Level
 
5 – 9 p.m.   Pride Exhibit Hall Open

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Level
 
3 – 9 p.m.   Happy Hour/Meet & Greet Happy Hour/Meet & Greet (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

Happy HourGrand Hyatt Washington

Official party pass pickup. 
4 – 6 p.m.   Sexual Health Symposium: "Sex, Lies & Video Tapes"
Presented by HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration, District of Columbia Department of Health (DOH)


Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom E, D
» Complimentary


Sexual Health SymposiumEverybody is having sex, how good or bad do we feel about your sex? Why lie — I’m a top, bottom, verse, neg, positive, dom or feminine: what’s the truth or does it really matter? Caught on film, from sexting to posting videos; what does it mean today and tomorrow? An intimate conversation about three very real aspects our lives and what’s at stake for us in 2018 and beyond.

join us afterwards for the 2018 DC Black Pride Opening Reception.
5 – 9 p.m.   The Pregame Happy Hour (Supreme Fantasy)
Grand Hyatt Washington

General Pass Distribution #2
6 – 9 p.m.   HIV/AIDS and STI Testing

Grand Hyatt Washington, McPherson Square/Franklin Square
» Complimentary

HIV/AIDS and STI Testing
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.   DC Black Pride Opening Reception - Black Joy Experience
Presented by Impulse Group DC and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom
» Complimentary

Using Black Political Power to End HIV Panel Discussion
9 – 11 p.m. The Intergenerationally Queer (IQ) Project Workshop/Panel Discussion
Presented by Women in the Life Association & National LGBTQ Task Force and the Center for Black Equity


The Intergenerationally Queer (IQ) Project Workshop/Panel DiscussionGrand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom E, D
» Complimentary, however registration is required | Register Now


Join Black Lesbian and Queer women advocates in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s for a very frank conversation that breaks down walls that divide us and remind us that despite our ages, we have more similarities than differences.


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10 p.m. – 1 a.m.   Game Room Open

Grand Hyatt Washington, McPherson Square
10 p.m. –  3 a.m.   Wet and Sexy Ladies Party (UNCNZRD)

Wet and Sexy Ladies PartyAbigail DC (previously Huxley), 1730 M St NW, WDC 20036
» Purchase tickets

Hosted by the ladies of Capitol-Doll-House.

Emcee Dnyce

Sounds by: DJ L*Stackz and DJ Kidd Fresh

Parking garage directly next door. Plenty of street parking.

Hookah.

Early drink specials
10 p.m. –  4 a.m.   The 3,000 Men Big Bang Mega Party (Supreme Fantasy)

Karma, 2221 Adams Pl NE, WDC 20018


Featuring Keysha Cole. 3 DJs, 15 Dancers.
 
10:30 p.m. – 4 a.m.   Rock The Block All Male Super Party (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

We Love Dem Boyz Rock The Block All Male Super Party Ziegfeld's/Secrets, 1824 Half St SW, WDC 20024
» $20 before midnight; Free with DWP Party Pass

Female rapper Dreamdoll performing live.

Special guest Shangela from Rupaul's Drag Race Allstars.

DJ Sedrick (DC). DJ Maestro (ATL). MC Brandon Anthony (LA)

 
11 p.m. –  3 a.m.   Allure All White Party (Unleashed DC 2018)

Allure All White Party Bistro Bistro, 1727 Connecticut Ave NW, WDC 20009
» Advance Tickets: $15 | Door: $20 before 12 a.m., $20 after

Two floors. Two Bars. Three DJs.
 
2 –  7 a.m.   Afterhours "Warehouse Edition"

After Hours» Tickets, $30 – $45

Massive Dance Floor. Two DJs.

Saturday, May 26

     
9:30 a.m. –  2 :30 p.m.   Grown Folks Speak Out II: Elders World Café – Washington, DC and Beyond
Presented by Mary’s House for Older Adults, Inc.

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom B
» Complimentary

Includes light breakfast and lunch.

This year’s event, the World Café is again being produced in conjunction with the Center for Black Equity and will provide a vehicle for LGBTQ/SGL seniors (and others) from Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina and beyond, to share their unique experiences and opinions on issues of aging, spirituality, housing, care-giving, isolation and discrimination. Mary’s House for Older Adults will capture the lived experiences of older, Black Americans who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender queer/same-gender loving (LGBTQ/SGL), who came of age during a time before people began living openly, when being LGBTQ was often misunderstood and grounds for fear, harassment, discrimination and even death. For more information contact Mr. George Kerr at George@giiiassociates.com.
 
10 a.m. – 8 p.m.   Pride Exhibit Hall Open
Pride Help Desk Open


Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Level
 
11 a.m. – 12 p.m.   Hip Hop In Heels Exercise Session
Facilitator: Lawrence Goodman Jr. aka The LJexperience

Hip Hop & Heels Exercise SessionGrand Hyatt Washington, Lafayette Park/Farragut Square
» Complimentary


Hip Hop in Heels is a erotic way to exercise. This program makes you feel sexy while burining calories and toning your legs. The routine is fun and at the classes pace, so you don’t have to worry about feeling left behind. If you can’t work out in heels, flats are welcome. You will learn the art of balance and vogue is this 45-minute cardio, toning and dance class all combined in one.

Lawrence's love of dance and the curiosity of what it feels like to be up in pumps and when two world's collide led him to put his gifts to work in a fun and fierce fitness environment — The LJExperience.
 
12 – 2 p.m.   Resume Writing & Interview Prep Workshop
presented by Booz Allen Hamilton

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom G
» Complimentary


Resume Wirting & Interview Prep WorkshopIn this workshop the facilitators will provide an overview of the basics of the job application process including best practices for resumes, cover letters and interviewing. Following the general overview, we will divide into groups facilitated by Booz Allen Hamilton consultants. They will provide feedback on your cover letters and resumes. If you do not have a resume there will be resume writing stations with consultants available to assist you. Consultants will also be available for general job application related questions and feedback.

Finally, participants will be provided with feedback and insight on how to interview at a consulting company like Booz Allen Hamilton. Topics be covered include: how to present yourself, what to say versus what not to say and how to properly reference your resume in an interview setting.
 
1 – 4 p.m.   DC Black Pride Literary Café: Remembering James Baldwin
Hosted by Marcel Emerson

Grand Hyatt Washington, Lafayette Park
» Complimentary


DC Black Pride Literary Café: Remembering James Baldwin

Participating authors: Jamar Dunnigan, Rashid Darden, Sophia Ellis, Jeanette Ferrell, Anthony Bernard Green, LaToya Hankins, Margaret Irvin-Ferrell, Donovan James, Ronald Martin, Kasaundra Owens, Monika Pickett, Michael Riggins, Warren Stewart and Dwayne Vernon

2 – 4 p.m.   Youth Summit
Facilitators: Youth Pride Alliance and SMYAL

Grand Hyatt Washington, Franklin Square
» Complimentary

The first ever Youth Summit at DC Black Pride will feature a panel of young Black LGBTQ people under the age of 24, for a moderated discussion about issues affecting our community. Topics will include healthy relationships and intimate partner violence, having a fun and healthy sex life, and community activism for Black LGBTQ millennials. There will be a Q&A and audience participation is encouraged.

2 –  4 p.m. Transgender Town Hall - May is? “All About Trans”
Facilitator: Ruby Corado
Speakers: Karen Kendra Holmes, Mininster Paul Gracy-Neal and Tyra Paylor


Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom G
» Complimentary, however registration is requested | Register Now


Transgender Town Hall - May is? “All About Trans”The Black Transgender community continues to grow stronger and develop their collective voice in the face of transphobia, violence, lack of employment opportunities, HIV/AIDS and homelessness. The resilience and progress of the Black Transgender community is remarkable considering these and other obstacles. This town hall format will allow members of the Transgender community and their allies to explore the issues that are important to them in a “safe space”. 

Register Now

2 - 4 p.m. ManDate: Ain’t Nothin’ Like the Real Thing Baby
Facilitators: Darryl Moch and Terrance Payton

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom H
» Complimentary


Put your gym-bod on, get your hair cut, put your swag on, run the extra mile, Keep it slim so they like you? Get your sexy on, don’t be shy, boy. Take it off. This is what you want, to belong, so they like you...Pride is here and there’s more to celebrate. If you know what to bring to the party. Let’s chat about it.
2 – 4 p.m.   "Ask the Doc" Women's Sexual Health Workshop
Facilitator: Dr. R. Jones, MD, FACOG, Attending Physician OB/GYN, University of Maryland Prince Georges Hospital Center and United Medical Center.

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom F
» Complimentary

"Ask the Doc" Women's Sexual Health WorkshopDC Black Pride is offering our first workshop dedicated to women’s sexual health.

Women who identify as lesbian, bisexual or transgender encounter barriers to health care that include concerns about confidentiality and disclosure, discriminatory attitudes and treatment, limited access to health care and health insurance, and often a limited understanding as to what their health risks may be. The goal of this workshop is to provide an informative and non-biased symposium of reproductive health care information, testing and referrals for LBT women of color. Anonymous questions can be submitted via mobile phone throughout the workshop. This work workshop will be facilitated by prominent Washington, DC area gynecologist, Dr. R. Jones, MD FACOG, Attending Physician OB/GYN at the University of Maryland Prince Georges Hospital Center and United Medical Center.

2 – 9 p.m.   Baewatch - Legendary Chill Out Day Party (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

BaewatchThe Park at Fourteenth, 920 14th St NW, WDC 20005
» $20 before 4 p.m.; Free with DWP Party Pass

Hosted by Jeffrey J and Milan Christopher
3 – 10 p.m.   Candyland (Unleashed DC 2018)

CandylandStadium Nightclub, 2127 Queens Chapel Road, NE DC 20018
» Advanced Tickets: $12 | Door: $15


Music by five of the hottest DJs.
 
3:30 – 7:30 p.m.   6th Annual Party with a Purpose Old School Dance Party
presented by Mary’s House for Older Adults, Inc.

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom C, D, E
» Donation: $40 advance | $50 at the door.
Purchase tickets at maryshouseDC2018.eventbrite.com. Benefits the production of safe, affordable and inclusive housing in WDC.


Featuring light buffet at 4 p.m., West Coast swing dance, DJ Lady D, silent auction and cash bar.
 
4 – 9:30 p.m.   Royal Men In White Super Party (Supreme Fantasy)

Royal Men In White Super PartySAX Restaurant and Lounge, 734 11th St NW, WDC 20001


Featuring KeKe Wyatt performing live. 2 DJs, 10 Dancers.

 
7 – 9 p.m.   Poetry Slam
Hosted by Mary Bowman. Presented in collaboration with Honey-Coated Nightlife

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom G,F
» Complimentary


Poetry Slam

Poet sign up is 6:15 - 6:45 p.m.
8 p.m. - 1 a.m.   Game Room Open

Grand Hyatt Washington, McPherson Square
» Complimentary
9 p.m. - 1 am.   Underground Soul Saturday
Presented by Women in the Life Association

Underground Soul SaturdayGrand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom C,D,E
» $20 | Purchase Ticket


Old School Dance Party featuring DJ TMF

Women in the Life parties are legendary. This is the first dance party we've had in years, and we won't disappoint you. Come prepared to be on the dance floor all night long. Wear comfortable shoes.

Purchase Ticket

10 p.m.   DC Pride Lesbian Mega Party (UNCNZRD)

DC Pride Lesbian Mega PartyPower Nightclub (XS Nightclub), 2335 Bladensburg Rd NE, WDC 20018
» Purchase tickets


Emcee DNyce on the mic.

Sounds by DJ Mz Deluxx (Philly) and DJ Jai Syncere (DMV)

Plenty of street parking.

Hookah.

Table specials

2 full bars
10 p.m. – 4 a.m.   The Culture: Men N White - The World's Largest Hip Hop Party (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

The CultureEchostage, 2135 Queens Chapel Rd NE, WDC 20018
» $20 before midnight; Free with DWP Party Pass

Mario performing live. Hosted by Tyson Beckford and David McIntosh.
 
10 p.m. – 4 a.m.   The 5,000 Men Supreme Fantasy Mega Party (Supreme Fantasy)

The 5,000 Men Supreme Fantasy Mega PartyBliss Super Club, 2221 24th Pl NE, WDC 20018

Hosted By Jussie Smollett, with special guests June's Diary. Featuring R&B soul superstar Jazmine Sullivan. 4 floors with 4 Super DJs. 20 Dancers.

Performance by Jazmine Sullivan.
 
11 p.m. –  4 am.   Chocolate City Invasion: The MEGA Women’s Party (Unleashed DC 2018)

Chocolate City Invasion: Howard Theater, 620 T St NW, WDC 20001
» Advance Tickets: General Admission $20, VIP $30 | Door: General Admission $30, VIP $40


Celebrity DJs and hosts TBA.
 
2 – 7 a.m.   Afterhours "Warehouse Edition"

After Hours» Tickets, $30 – $45

Massive Dance Floor. Two DJs.

 
3 a.m. until   The Red Eye After Hours (Supreme Fantasy)

DC Eagle, 3701 Benning Rd NE, WDC 20019

Sunday, May 27

     
9 – 11 a.m.   Pride Praise

Grand Hyatt Washington, Independence Ballroom C,B
» Complimentary


Pride Praise Join us for an authentic Pride Praise fest. Exhortations will be given by local dynamic pastors and bishops. You can sing along with the choir or dance with mimers. Bring your praise. Featuring

Bishop Allyson Abrams
Bishop Kwabena Rainey Cheeks
Pastor Mark James
Elder-elect Abena McCray-Peters
Pastor Darren Phelps
Rev. Dr. Aaron Wade
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.   The Finale DC Pride Lesbian Brunch and Day Party (UNCNZRD)

The Finale DC Pride Lesbian Brunch and Day Party12 Twelve, 1210 H St NE, WDC 20002
»Brunch: Must purchase advance tickets for guaranteed seats. Walk Ups will be accepted if seating is available. Brunch entry includes free day party entry


Brunch: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Day Party: 4 p.m. – 12 a.m.

Food prepared by chef extraordinaire, Chef Sherardb

Hookah available.

Mimosas available.

Full bar. Brunch Entry Includes Free Day-Party Entry

12 – 4 p.m.   Communities Building Communities Pride Brunch
presented by Honey Coated Nightlyfe

Cheers @ The Big Chair, 2122 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE, WDC 20020
» Tickets: $40–$50 | Purchase tickets at bpt.me/event/3396966.


Communities Building Communities Pride Brunch Join Honey-Coated NightLyfe for a day of brunch on the patio, community and conversation. Gather at the historic Cheers at The Big Chair, enjoy the brunch buffet, bottomless mimosas and more! Meet community leader and Council woman-at-large candidate, Dionne Reeder. Learn about LOTUS Girl Workshops and enroll your pre-teen and teen in their summer enrichment program. There will even be opportunities to register to vote. This edition of Honey-Coated Nightlyfe is for the community, with the community in the community. We Are Proud!
 
1 – 9 p.m.   Epic Live (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

Epic LiveThe Bullpen at Half Street Fairgrounds, 1201 Half St SE, WDC 20003
» $20 before 3 p.m.; Free with DWP Party Pass

Ginuwine performing live with special guest Bobby Lytes, hosted by The Prince of Miami and a star studded stage show with live DJ, food trucks, multiple bars, frozen drinks and more.
 
4 p.m.
8 p.m.
  African-American Collective Theater (ACT) presents MOUTH PIECE/s

First Congregational United Church of Christ, 945 G St. NW, WDC 20001
» Tickets: $15 – $20 | Purchase Ticket


African-American Collective Theater (ACT) presents MOUTH PIECE/sIn what has become an annual spring event since 1992, African-American Collective Theater (ACT) returns with the latest in its ongoing series of LGBTQ Theater Showcases presented to commemorate DC Black Pride Weekend.

This year, ACT’s celebration, MOUTH PIECE/s consists of a pair of “Readers Theater” style performances – each featuring a different line-up of short plays – with Program A at 4 p.m. and Program B at 8 p.m.
 
4 – 9:30 p.m.   The Annual Manhunt Day Party (Supreme Fantasy)

The Annual Manhunt Day PartyUltrabar, 911 F St NW, WDC 20004

10 Sexy Dancers. 1,000+ Men.
 
4 – 10 p.m.   THE FINALE: Pride Closeout Rooftop Day Party (Unleashed DC 2018)

THE FINALE: Pride Closeout Rooftop Day PartyAvery's Bar and Lounge, 1370 H St NE, WDC 20002
» $10
| Purchase Ticket



Food options. Three levels. Music by DJs Deluxx (Philly) and MIM (DC).
 
8 p.m.   African-American Collective Theater (ACT) presents MOUTH PIECE/s

First Congregational United Church of Christ, 945 G St. NW, WDC 20001
» Tickets: $15 – $20 | Purchase Ticket


African-American Collective Theater (ACT) presents MOUTH PIECE/sIn what has become an annual spring event since 1992, African-American Collective Theater (ACT) returns with the latest in its ongoing series of LGBTQ Theater Showcases presented to commemorate DC Black Pride Weekend.

This year, ACT’s celebration, MOUTH PIECE/s consists of a pair of “Readers Theater” style performances – each featuring a different line-up of short plays – with Program A at 4 p.m. and Program B at 8 p.m.
 
8 p.m. –  4 a.m.   Men N Demand Super Party - Daryl Wilson Sundays @ Park (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

Men N Demand Super PartyThe Park at Fourteenth, 920 14th St NW, WDC 20005
» $20 before 10 p.m.; Free with DWP Party Pass



 
10 p.m. – 3 a.m.   Melanin Magic

Melanin Magic Aqua Club & Lounge, 1818 New York Ave NE, WDC 20002
» $10 before midnight | $15 after

Music by DJ Mim.
 
10 p.m. – 4 a.m.   Match! The National Traffic Light Hookup Party (Supreme Fantasy)

Match!Decades DC, 1219 Connecticut Ave NW, WDC 20036

National recording artist performance TBA. 4 Floors, 4 DJs. 15 Dancers. 3,000 Men.
 
2 – 7 a.m.   Afterhours "Warehouse Edition"

After Hours» Tickets, $30 – $45

Massive Dance Floor. Two DJs.

Monday, May 28

 
12 – 7 p.m.   Cultural Arts & Wellness Festival (The Outdoor Festival in The Park)

Fort Dupont Park, 3600 Minnesota Ave SE, WDC 20019
» Complimentary and open to all.

Vendor/Exhibitor Sign-up

12 – 7 p.m.   Daryl Wilson presents The Outdoor Festival in The Park

The Outdoor Fetival in the ParkFort Dupont Park, 3600 Minnesota Ave SE, WDC 20019
» Complimentary and open to all; Free food for DWP Party Pass holders

Stage show produced by Theresa Beavers Jackson
Food, vendors and more.
Vendors must use the DCBP vending application to participate.
4 – 9 p.m.   The Rooftop Party (Supreme Fantasy)

Eden Lounge DC, 1716 I St NW, WDC 20006
 
8 p.m. –  2 a.m.   Take It Off - Dance Party (Wet Dreamz The Luxury Edition)

Take It Off - Dance PartyZiegfeld's/Secrets, 1824 Half St SW, WDC 20024
» $10 all night; Free with DWP Party Pass


 
9 p.m. –  2 a.m.   The Legendary Meatloaf Apocalypse Chapter X (Supreme Fantasy)

Stadium Club, 2127 Queens Chapel Rd NE, WDC 20018

2 DJs, 15 Dancers. 1,000+ Men

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