With D.C. set to receive more than two feet of snow in the next 72 hours, residents are preparing to shelter in place for the weekend. Naturally, that means many of the arts events scheduled to take place between now and Sunday have been postponed or canceled. Below, you’ll find a list of places you can’t go and events you can’t attend.

This post will be updated throughout the weekend.

Arlington Arts Center: All galleries are closed Jan. 23 and 24. The winter opening reception has been rescheduled for Feb. 20.

The Birchmere: Friday’s Marshall Crenshaw concert has been rescheduled for March 18. Saturday’s Emily West concert has been rescheduled for March 24. Sunday’s ROAM through Time show has been postponed indefinitely; a new date will be announced shortly. Due to a scheduling conflict, Dweezil Zappa‘s Feb. 2 show has been rescheduled for May 5. All tickets will be honored on the new dates and refunds are available at the place of purchase until Feb. 22.

Blues Alley: Buster Williams‘ weekend stand has been postponed until April 28.

National Building Museum: All public programs (a tour of the American Society of Interior Designers offices on Saturday, a lecture about Philip Johnson on Sunday) are canceled this weekend.

Rosebud Film Festival: Rescheduled for Jan. 30–31.

All Smithsonian Museums and the National Zoo: Close today at noon and will remain closed Saturday and Sunday.

American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery: Closed today through Sunday.

Wolf Trap: Tonight’s concert with Robyn Hitchcock has been rescheduled for April 8. Tomorrow’s concert with Marcia Ball has been rescheduled for Feb. 14. Sunday’s concert with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra has been rescheduled for March 6. 

Comet Ping Pong: Tonight’s show with Flavor Waster, The Rememerables, and Mas y Mas has been canceled. A rescheduled date is TBA.

9:30 Club: Tonight and tomorrow night’s Grace Potter concerts have been postponed. Reschedule date is TBA.

Anacostia Arts Center: Closed Friday. Opening receptions at Vivid Solutions and Honfleur galleries postponed until Jan. 29.

Signature Theatre: All shows canceled Friday and Saturday.

AFI Silver Theatre: Late shows canceled tonight. Theater closed tomorrow. More info here.

Theater J: Performances canceled for Friday and Saturday. Sunday show status TBA on Sunday morning.

Studio Theatre: Tonight’s 7 p.m. show of Bad Jews is still on. Saturday afternoon shows are canceled.

Washington Improv Theater: Classes and performances canceled Friday and Saturday.

Phillips Collection: Closed through Sunday. Concert canceled.

Newseum: Closed through the weekend.

International Spy Museum: Closing at 4 p.m. today.

Folger: Library closed; all performances canceled.

West End Cinema: Closing today around 1-2 p.m, Closed Saturday, Sunday closure TBD, announcement to be made Sunday around 10 a.m.

E Street Cinema: Closing today around 1-2 p.m, Closed Saturday, Sunday closure TBD, announcement to be made Sunday around 10 a.m.

Bethesda Row Cinema: Closing today around 1-2 p.m, Closed Saturday, Sunday closure TBD, announcement to be made Sunday around 10 a.m.

Atlantic Plumbing Cinema: Closing today around 1-2 p.m, Closed Saturday, Sunday closure TBD, announcement to be made Sunday around 10 a.m.

Arena Stage: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances of Sweat are canceled. Ticketholders should contact the box office to reschedule.

Velvet Lounge: Tonight and tomorrow night’s shows canceled.

Rock & Roll Hotel: Those Darlins show canceled tonight.

U Street Music Hall: Tonight and tomorrow night’s shows canceled. Refunds available.

Ford’s Theatre: Performance of The Glass Menagerie canceled today and tomorrow; daytime visitation to the historic site closed through Sunday.

Kennedy Center: All performances today and tomorrow have been canceled.

Black Cat: All events canceled this weekend.

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