Friday, June 1
11th Annual SAVOR: 90 American breweries will descend upon the National Building Museum Friday and Saturday night to sample two of their craft brews paired with bites, giving guests a chance to meet the visionaries behind small and independent breweries around the country and sample their beer. You can see all 181 beers here. Tickets start at $135.
Air Force Band Concert: Every Friday through September 14, the Air Force Band will perform an ensemble concert at the base of the Air Force Memorial at dusk, Kicking it off tonight is the Concert Band and Singing Sergeants. Free to attend.
Saturday, June 2
Yoga at the Kennedy Center: Head to the Grand Foyer for a 60-minute relaxing Vinyasa yoga class suitable for all levels. Classes are taught by a rotating yogi nearly every Saturday through August 25 at 10:15 a.m. Free to attend.
Vintage Virginia: Since 1982, Vintage Virginia has offered an opportunity to taste nearly half of Virginia’s homegrown wineries, from the oldest and the largest to the smallest boutiques and exciting new players. Come try your favorite wines, find new favorites, buy bottles and cases and take them home to enjoy all summer. Sessions on Saturday and Sunday and tickets start at $39.
Shaggy and Sting Performance: GRAMMY Award-winning artists Sting and Shaggy will perform on the steps of the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery on G St. at 6 p.m. before the Caps take on the Vegas Knights in game threw of the Stanley Cup Finals. The concert is open to the public and no ticket is required to attend.
Caps Game 3: The Caps return home to D.C. to take on the Vegas Knights in game three of the Stanley Cup Finals. The series is tied 1-1. While tickets for the game are extremely limited (and upwards of $1,000), there are many bars where you can catch the game with fans.
5th Annual White Party: Washington Redskins teammates Josh Norman and Vernon Davis will co-host the fifth annual White Attire Charity Party at Decades, benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington (BGCGW) and Norman’s Starz24 Foundation. Local pro athletes, NFL executives, community leaders and Washington VIPs will rub elbows for a good cause, helping to raise money for BGCGW and Starz24 that will foster a new generation of innovative and talented future leaders nationwide. Tickets start at $100.
Wales v. South Africa Rugby Game: The Welsh National Rugby team will take on the South African Springboks at RFK in a one-off test match at 5 p.m. Tickets start at $40.
Sunday, June 3
Lea Michele and Darren Criss Concert: Actors and musicians Lea Michele and Darren Criss will be embarking on their first ever co-headlining tour including an appearance at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall. The duo will hit the stage together and solo, performing songs from Broadway, Glee, and original songs from their recent solo albums. Tickets start at $59 with meet and greet packages starting at $299.
Gintonic Festival: Help Estadio kick off their month-long Gintonic Festival at the opening party, with specially-priced Gintonics, late-night snacks, rare Spanish gin tastings, special bottled tonics to pair with the new gins, Gintonic porrons, and more. Free to attend.
New Kitchens on the Block: How often can you say that you tried the hottest new restaurant before it was even open to the public? Well, the lucky attendees of the fourth edition of New Kitchens on the Block (NKOTB) will be able to say that about ELEVEN of the city's most hyped restaurants, from Call Your Mother to Mama Chang and The Imperial. Tickets start at $65.