The 2nd Sunday in September is Adams Morgan Day, an annual neighborhood festival with live music and international food from around the world. Adams Morgan Day has something for everyone! Enjoy sidewalk cafes, colorful vendors, cultural demonstrations and dances. The expanded Kid's Fair has games, interactive science exhibits (in English & Spanish) clowns, and the Chinese Lion Dancers. “Arts on Belmont," a shaded residential block full of original artisans. The Dance Plaza is a favorite feature with dance performances, live music, & workshops on rumba, Mexican folk, Bolivian & salsa!
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Date and Time
Sunday, Sept 8, 2013
Noon - 7:00 p.m.
'Arts on Belmont' opens 10:00 am.
Location and Transportation
18th St. NW, between Florida Ave. and Columbia Rd., Washington, DC.
Kids Fair and Dance Plaza are located at Marie Reed School at 18th St. at Wyoming.
The best way to get to Adams Morgan Day is to take Metro to the Woodley Park-Zoo-Adams Morgan station. Parking is very limited in this part of town. Read more about parking in Adams Morgan
Adams Morgan is a culturally diverse community with lots of restaurants, nightclubs, coffee houses, bars, bookstores, art galleries and unique specialty shops. The restaurants feature international cuisine from just about everywhere from Ethiopia and Vietnam to Latin America and the Caribbean. This eclectic neighborhood is the center of Washington, DC's liveliest nightlife and is popular with young professionals.
For more information, visit www.ammainstreet.org