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DMV Reopenings You Can’t Miss This Summer

If you’re from the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area, you’ve experienced the lack of entertainment options due to quarantine. After COVID-19 cases rose last year, the area shut down, closing entertainment venues.

However, as of May 1, with more and more citizens being vaccinated each day, reopenings have begun. You deserve to get out and enjoy live music and the arts. Don’t miss out on these DMV reopenings and events!

Explore DC

DC is rich with arts and culture experiences. For DC residents, you’re lucky to experience a wide range of DMV entertainment reopenings. There are many experiences available to you this summer such as live music, museums, and art galleries.

  • The Kennedy Center. The Kennedy Center is reopening and expanding to allow 50 guests for live performances.

  • Pearl Street Warehouse. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances have restarted at the Pearl Street Warehouse, with both indoor and outdoor seating to allow for more guests.

  • Union Stage. Union Stage has reopened with a capacity of 35 guests, or the choice to experience their groundbreaking online performances.

  • The Smithsonian. With a timed-entry pass, you are now able to visit the Smithsonian during limited hours.

  • National Gallery of Art. You can experience the world of art once again! The art museum has reopened its doors with limited guest access and timed-entry passes.

Visit Virginia

Like DC, Virginia is home to a beautiful, interesting arts and culture experience. You can once again enjoy the country’s finest arts and culture with some limited capacity.

  • The Birchmere. Reopening at about 40% capacity, you can now experience live music again at the Birchmere!

  • Jammin’ Java. The Jammin’ Java has reopened its doors with reduced capacity but full service. Their calendar is booked with events and performances to fill your summer!

  • The State Theatre. The State Theatre is home to some of the best collection of live performances Virginia has to offer. After having to close its doors when the pandemic began, the theatre has reopened for outdoor performances at limited capacity.

  • Colonial Williamsburg. The historic site is now reopening with COVID-19 regulations in place, including recommendations to wear masks.

  • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. The arts museum has reopened with limited-time entry tickets and regular sanitation.

Enjoy Maryland’s Finest

DMV reopenings are happening in Maryland’s arts and culture hotspots as well. You can now visit many of Maryland’s entertainment spots without COVID-19 restrictions, as all mandates have been lifted, including:

  • Rams Head On Stage. You can now book your ticket at live music events after the May reopening of the Rams Head On Stage, although the location still has limited capacity.

  • Baltimore Museum of Art. You can experience arts and culture once again at the Baltimore Museum of Art, although you must reserve tickets ahead of time to get your time entry.

Experience the Summer of a Lifetime

The DMV area is home to the country’s finest arts and culture events, artists, and local entertainment. Enjoy this summer once again with live music, art galleries, and museums as we begin the return to normalcy! Visit DMVNXS to stay connected with the latest news today.


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