So much to do this weekend!
The Black Cat club will be celebrating the three-year anniversary of Sorted, a popular dance night, by featuring DJ Stero Faith spinning britpop, soul and indie pop (whatever that is). Admission is $6, starts at 9:30 p.m. Details here.
I’m definitely going to be at the US Air Guitar National Championship at the 9:30 Club. The competition starts at 8 p.m., and the $20 tickets can be purchased here. The show features 25 of the most talented air guitarists in the country, all competing for the title and a cash prize. Details here.
Barack Stars will be lampooning the president and other officials like Rahm Emanuel starting tonight at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre. They added an 11 p.m. late show, and tickets are going for $25. Details here.
The Brightest Young Things pool parties at the Capitol Skyline Hotel have been happening all summer, but as the summer grinds down they’re becoming crazy popular. This Saturday you can make your own iPod playlist and sing karaoke. Cover is $10. Food and drink specials and lockers available. From noon to 8 p.m. Details here.
The National Gallery of Art screens La Femme et le Pantin with live musical accompaniment at 3 PM Saturday. The 1928 silent film is the story of a rich Spaniard who gives up everything for the woman he loves.
Show up to the Feedback dance party at DC9 early: from 9 to 10 PM, enjoy free entry and free vodka/Redbull cocktails. Best of all, one of the best deejays in the area, Tittsworth, spins electro, club, and rock music all night. Entry after 10 is $8. (via Washingtonian)
There’s another pool party at the Capitol Skyline Hotel at noon, hosted by Good Stuff Eatery’s Spike Mendelsohn. Food and drink specials, and you’ll probably see the cast of DC: The Real World, because they come nearly every week. Tickets are $10 and include a free burger. More here.
The Wonderland Ballroom in Columbia Heights is celebrating its fifth anniversary with drink specials and live music, starting at noon. Details here.