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With D.C. set to receive several feet of snow in the coming days, you can rest assured that most arts events will be or already have been canceled. Did you want to see The Folger Consort perform with Stile Antico? Sorry, that’s not happening. Eric Brace and Peter Cooper? Also canceled. The opening of Susan Philipsz‘ “Part File Score”? Unfortunately, the entire Smithsonian complex is shutting down through Sunday. Your best bet this weekend is to stay inside and enjoy some art of the digital variety.
Some local restaurants and bars are still eager to welcome customers during a blizzard. Check Young & Hungry to see which spots are offering specials to visitors who brave 40-mph winds and huge snow drifts for a beer and shot combo.
OH AND ALSO
Here’s what’s been canceled as of 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 22. Keep track of additional closures and cancelations on Arts Desk.
Friday: The Flavor Wasters, Rememerables, and Mas y Mas concert at Comet Ping Pong is canceled. Rescheduled date TBA.
Friday: Studio Theatre’s performances of Between Riverside and Crazy are canceled through Saturday. Tonight’s performance of Bad Jews will take place at 7 p.m.; the Saturday performance of Bad Jews is canceled.
Friday: All performances of Georgie and West Side Story at Signature Theatre are canceled through Saturday.
Friday: Mark Farina‘s show at U Street Music Hall is postponed indefinitely, as is Technasia‘s show on Saturday.
Saturday: Blues singer Marcia Ball‘s performance at the Barns at Wolf Trap has been rescheduled for Feb. 14.
Saturday: The New Order Dance Party at the Black Cat is postponed until March 18. Refunds available upon request.
Saturday: All events at Atlas Performing Arts Center are canceled Friday and Saturday.
Sunday: The Wolf Trap show featuring members of the Philadelphia Orchestra will now take place on March 6.
Sunday: The Phillips Collection will close through Sunday. People with tickets to the Nadia Sirota concert will be contacted directly regarding refunds or exchanges.
Many other venues are expected to make announcements about Sunday plans after the storm begins.
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