What You're Doing Tonight: 2/22

Drumline Live: This production remakes the scenes of Drumline, a movie starring Nick Cannon that was based on the experiences and hip-hop inspired choreography of drum lines at historically black colleges. Get prepared for a night of marching bands, rhythmic dancing, and live comical action. 7p.m. $22-$44, half-price age 12 and younger.

Center for the Arts - George Mason University
Route 123 and Braddock Rd. Fairfax, VA

Cute is What We Aim For: Enjoy emo? Join this Buffalo quartet as they rock the crowd of the 9:30 club with their wild combed-over hair and electrifying guitar chords. Show features performances by four other emo-star groups: Meg And DIA, Breathe Carolina, Every Avenue, and Anarbor. $16. 6 p.m.

9:30 Club
815 V St. NW
Washington, DC 202-265-0930

South Beach Sundays: Get a taste of spring break early right here in D.C. when Jeannie Jones, better known as "the kitty of the city" from wkys 93.9, turns up the heat at Left Bank in Adams Morgan. Get your grub on with a full service sushi bar, but don’t forget the jello shots and drinks specials. You’ll be a diva for the night (or divo) as you strut your stuff in front of the camera right outside the club. 9:30 p.m. Ladies free before 11.

Left Bank
2424 18th St.
Washington, DC

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