Concert in the Courtyard
Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The concert will feature “Alma Tropicalia,” a band which pays tribute to the psychedelic Tropicalia movement in Brazil during the 1960s and ‘70s. Described as a mix of soulful grooves and samba, the band’s solo artist, “Elin,” is a virtuosic Brazilian jazz vocalist who has performed in top jazz venues from New York City to Tokyo.
Zezeh Brazil dance troupe will kick-off the concert with 15-minute dance lessons. The dancers, in their colorful costumes representing the vibrancy of their Latin culture, will also perform a number of dance styles, including traditional samba movements and samba reggae rhythms.
Food will be available for purchase, although concert-goers are welcome to bring their own. No glass containers are allowed.
This FREE concert is held in partnership by the Golden Triangle BID and National Geographic Museum.
Plus, get a taste of Spain!
Taberna del Alabardero
1776 I Street (entrance on 18th Street)
Dine out at Taberna del Alabardero after the concert and enjoy a three-course dinner for $36. Taberna del Alabardero's Executive Chef Javier Romero, comes from a new generation bringing freshness and creativity to Spanish cuisine.
Dinner special is valid the concert night only; must present concert card. Drinks, tax, and gratuity not included.
The National Geographic Museum is located at 1145 17th St. NW and the courtyard’s entrance is on M Street NW between 16th and 17th streets NW. There is quick access to the museum from the Farragut North, Farragut West and Dupont Circle Metro stations. A rain date for the concert has been scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 25.
For updates in the event of inclement weather, concertgoers should check the Golden Triangle BID website (www.goldentriangledc.com) and social media pages.