Clarendon Day 2018

Sept 22, DC: Clarendon Day is one of Arlington’s best loved and most diverse street festivals, and this year we’ll have our traditional festival areas, and we’re cooking up new ideas as well.  As always, we’ll have performance stages with live music and entertainment, a Kids Zone play area, Arts and Crafts vendors, Business and Nonprofit Exhibitors from Clarendon and the region, and plenty of great food from local and regional restaurants.

DC State Fair

Sept 23, DC: The DC State Fair is a free showcase of the region’s agricultural and artistic talents. We strive to hold a creative, collaborative and sustainable event that is accessible and inviting to District residents and visitors alike. In 2018, our efforts to increase the sustainability of the Fair will focus on reducing waste, which benefits the environment and public health. There will be entertainment, contests, vendors, a pet parade and more!

Elton John

Sept 21-22, DC: Head to the Capital One Arena for Elton John's farewell tour!

Museum Day

Sept 22, various locations: Museum Day is an annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket.

Weiner 500

Sept 22, DC: Food, music dog adoptions and the 7th Annual Weiner 500! Dogs will race in heats of up to 8 dogs each, with a championship race for the winners of each heat!


Sept 23, DC: Visitors can kick off the Smithsonian-wide Hispanic Heritage Month celebration at “ZooFiesta: Un día de diversión animal para toda la familia.” There will be a variety of fun-filled family activities, including live music and educational activities about conservation in Central and South America. Animal keepers will host talks, feedings and demonstrations highlighting a variety of animals native to the region, including Andean bears, sloths, golden lion tamarins, Panamanian golden frogs and more. Visitors have an opportunity to meet Zoo scientists who are working to save native species and learn about their research.

Taste of Georgetown

Sept 23, DC: Washington, D.C.’s most anticipated epicurean festival will be celebrating its 25th year with creative tastes from more than 30 of the neighborhood’s best restaurants. This foodie event takes place in the heart of Georgetown, on K Street NW, between Wisconsin Avenue and Thomas Jefferson Street and along the scenic Georgetown Waterfront. This longstanding event in Georgetown benefits the Georgetown Ministry Center’s mission to support the homeless.

Walkingtown DC

Now-Sept 23, DC: This popular annual event takes place annually and introduces residents and visitors to the art, culture, and history of Washington, DC through a series of "bite-size" lunchtime tours, after-work "happy hour" tours, and longer weekend tours.  WalkingTown DC connects you to well-known and unfamiliar places, from Congress Heights to Herring Hill, St. Paul's Rock Creek Parish to Dupont Circle. Tours are led by historians, licensed tour guides, community leaders and business owners, enthusiasts and docents, who all donate their time and expertise for this annual festival.

DC Fashion Week

Now-Sept 23, DC: Come see the ever popular Fashion Week, showcasing Emerging Designers' Spring/Summer 2019 collections!


Sept 22, DC: For the second year, we’re combining our two popular events, the Freedom 5K and Family Day, into one full day of racing and family fun: Homecoming. During the Civil War the Lincoln family called the Cottage home. This year we welcome everyone back “home” to join us for a full day of activities where you can run, walk, and play like Lincoln. Come for just the race, just Family Day activities, or stick around for both!

Born Yesterday

Sept 21-Oct 21, DC: In this sharp-edged satire, Ford's Theatre presents the opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock who arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend, Billie Dawn, to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption.


Sept 18-Nov 11, VA: A chance encounter at a London train stop changes the course of life for two people in this hit Broadway play by Tony Award®-winning playwright Simon Stephens, presented by Signature Theatre. After mistaking him for someone else, Georgie finds herself improbably drawn to the much older Alex. Their instant connection ignites a tender, funny and intimate journey in an electric new play directed by Joe Calarco.

Out of the Darkness Walk Annapolis

Sept 21, Annapolis: When you walk in the Out of the Darkness Walks, you join the effort with hundreds of thousands of people to raise awareness and funds that allow the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss. The Annapolis walk starts at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.

Ain't Misbehavin

Sept 14-Nov 4, Columbia: ‘This joint will be jumpin’ with Ain’t Misbehavin’,  one of the most popular, well-crafted revues of all time and a Tony Award winner for Best Musical. The inimitable Thomas “Fats” Waller rose to international fame during the Golden Age of the Cotton Club with his infectious swing music. Ain’t Misbehavin’ evokes the delightful humor and powerful energy of this ‘American original’ with music made famous from uptown clubs to Tin Pan Alley to Hollywood!

Savage Mill Ghost Tours

Now-Nov 24, Savage: This fall, schedule a ghost tour at Historic Savage Mill.  Discover the Mill’s haunted history, where restless spirits continue to roam the halls.  Join our resident historian for an hour long guided ghost tour. The tour includes both indoor and outdoor settings.

Maryland Corn Maze

Sept 22-Nov 4, Gambrills: In addition to the 8 acre corn maze... you can make your own butter, buy pumpkins, take a hayride, pedal carts, sling shots, the play house, the hay jump, the junior jump, our corn kernel box, and much more!


Sept 20-23, Ocean City: The weather is beautiful and there's plenty to do at Ocean City, MD's biggest and best festival. Enjoy four fun-filled days of arts and crafts, delicious food, hayrides, kids activities and musical entertainment. Plus, Sunfest hosts big musical headliners every year!

Beethoven Eroica Symphony

Sept 21-23, Baltimore and Bethesda: Marin Alsop opens the season with Beethoven’s "Eroica" Symphony, a work that changed the course of music history. Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Joseph Schwantner wrote his New Morning for the World for orchestra and narrator, capturing some of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s most eloquent words. Presented at Strathmore and the Meyerhoff.

2018 Classic Wooden Sailboat Rendezvous & Race

Sept 21-24, Annapolis: The 9th Annual "Classic" offers an informal opportunity for wooden boats of all different sizes and designs to join together and compete in a low-key race against other wooden vessels.

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NextNOW Fest

Sept 7-8, College Park: An inspiring experience that celebrates imagination, creativity, and community. By amplifying the voices of intriguing, inventive artists from around campus and the country, NextNOW Fest creates a forward-looking microcosm where art transforms and shapes our future. Co-curated with student groups and campus departments, this is an art festival at the creative hub of the performing arts at the University of Maryland.

Sweeney Todd

Sept 6-23, Columbia: The Rep Stage presents Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award-winning musical thriller about the infamous demon barber of Fleet Street. The production features an ensemble of eight in an intimate setting laced with brilliant wit, diabolical humor, and extraordinary music.

DC Shorts

Sept 6-16, DC: The 2018 DC Shorts Film Festival showcases one of the largest collections of short films in the USA. Out of over 1200 entries from around the globe, 130 unique films in 18 showcases that reflect the 30 nations they represent will be shown. Enjoy the festival in person at venues in Washington, DC, or sit back and enjoy many of our selections in the comfort of your home, office with our Online Film Festival.

Cinderella! Cinderella!

Sept 8,9 & 14, Columbia: The Horowitz Center at HCC presents an adaptation has a new twist! Cinderella learns that magic isn’t the answer to her problems. Courage, kindness and self-confidence trump superficial beauty and an expensive wardrobe.  With rich verbal humor for adults and children, as well as delightful physical humor for even the youngest theatre goers, this play should not be missed!

In The Street

Sept 8, Frederick: For over 30 years, In The Street has been a proud Frederick tradition held along Market Street and Carroll Creek Urban Park and attracts crowds of over 75,000. The festival continues to invite attendees to explore historic downtown Frederick, while offering a sampling of the diverse food, entertainment, art and non-profit resources that thrive in Frederick County.

Maryland Seafood Festival

Sept 8-9, Annapolis: We’re celebrating over 50 years of food and fun at Sandy Point State Park with a weekend full of delicious seafood dishes, interactive cooking demonstrations, exciting competitions, kids activities and moreWhile you sample all of our tasty offerings, enjoy all of our maritime related exhibits, contests, and activities. The Festival also hosts loads of local shopping and vendor options and tons of kids activities.

Silver Spring Jazz Festival

Sept 8, Silver Spring: Featuring many jazz genres, including straight ahead, smooth, Latin, and other popular jazz forms, The Silver Spring Jazz Festival stars Dianne Reeves, Marcus Johnson, Akua Allrich and the Tribe, Charles Woods Quintet, and the amazing youth talent of the Jazz Academy of Music led by Paul Carr. In addition, there will be a wide selection of food vendors.

Color Columbia Plein Air 2018

Sept 8, Columbia: Mark your calendars and meet us outdoors, where you can breathe fresh air, hear the birds, and paint the scenery and diverse architectural elements around Lake Kittamaqundi and Wilde Lake.

27th Annual Howard County Police Pace

Sept 9, Columbia: The long-running 5K race and 1-mile walk/run supports families of Howard County officers killed or injured in the line of duty as well as provide scholarships and support the department with funding for special needs not met through the annual budget. The event will offer 50 performance awards, children’s activities and a chance to win prizes. In addition, the Howard County Police will display police cars, motorcycles, the horse-mounted unit and helicopter as well as equipment from specialty units.

Family Fridays Under the Dome

Sept 7, Columbia: Treat your family to unique shows at Robinson Nature Center's NatureSphere planetarium. Each program features a full-dome movie preceded by a family-friendly planetarium presentation.

Friday Late Nights in the NatureSphere

Sept 7, Columbia: Treat your partner or friends to a unique Friday night experience of top notch astronomy and entertainment at the Robinson Nature Center. This program is held in the NatureSphere planetarium and features a full-dome movie preceded by an adult-level planetarium presentation about current happenings in our night sky and space science. 

Turn Me Loose

Sept 6-Oct 14, DC: The Arena Stage presents this intimate and no-holds-barred drama which chronicles Dick Gregory’s rise as the first Black comedian to expose audiences to racial comedy. His comedy spared no one including politicians, celebrities and the white supremacists who were part of his regular audience. In confronting bigotry head-on with biting humor and charm, Gregory turned his activism into an art form, risking his own safety at each performance--“Scorchingly funny and brilliant” (The New York Times)


Sept 4-23, DC: Rampant ambition and minds unhinged. Owls shrieking and prophesies foretold. Shakespeare’s Macbeth is seen anew, set in an historic London asylum for this groundbreaking production presented by The Folger Theatre. Davenant’s Restoration-era adaptation blends period music performed by Folger Consort with the tragedy of ambition run amok.

Nation's Escape Tri

Sept 9, DC: Join us for the 13th Annual Nation’s Triathlon in Washington, D.C! Our Olympic distance Tri, sanctioned by the USAT, includes a 1.5k swim in the Potomac River, a 40k bike course through DC, and a 10k run through Washington, D.C’s historical landmarks with a spectacular finish! 

45th Annual Catonsville Arts and Crafts Festival

Sept 9, Catonsville: A landmark event for over 40 years, the Festival draws artisans from Maine to Florida showcasing the finest one-of-a-kind paintings, pottery, photography, jewelry, fabric creations and more. We offer live music, a tremendous variety of food and unique beverages, and a KidZone with children’s activities.

Adams Morgan Day

Sept 9, DC: Get ready for our all-volunteer, grassroots celebration of Adams Morgan’s eclectic history, culture, businesses, and residents. Celebrating its 40th year this year, Adams Morgan Day is Washington’s longest running neighborhood festival. Join our family-friendly celebration with music, art and activities for all ages.

Chestertown Jazz Festival

Sept 5-10, Kent County: The Festival is an exciting collaboration between Rock Hall’s Mainstay Theater, Chestertown’s Garfield Center for the Arts and other key local influencers. The exciting musical event is a six-day jazz and blues extravaganza held each September. Experience Jazz and Blues while taking in the beauty of Maryland’s Upper Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.