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The Washington, DC Kennedy Center Street Arts Fest: Look Both Ways!

For one week in May, the Washington, DC Kennedy Center presents its Street Arts Fest – Look Both Ways: Street Arts Across America.  May 6th through the 12th will bring a myriad of entertainment throughout several locations in Washington, DC and at the Kennedy Center, including large-scale spectacles, street musicians, puppetry, jugglers, contortionists and stunt dogs.  The Washington, DC Kennedy Center Street Arts Fest effectively takes the performing arts out of the theater and onto the street. 

Kennedy Center Look Both Ways: Street Arts Across America
May 6 – 12, 2012

What you can expect:

Mouth Monster
Bert the Nerd
Project Bandaloop
Nick Cave
Jonathan Burns
Yo-Yo People
Mutts Gone Nuts
Street Arts in the Park @ Yards Park – May 12

…and much, much more!
(click here for a full schedule)

The Washington, DC Kennedy Center Street Arts Fest happens in various locations such as the Eastern Market, Nationals Stadium, Old Post Office Pavilion and Farragut Square and of course the Millennium Stage at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

The Fairfax at Embassy Row is centrally located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood with convenient access to the Metro and offers luxury accommodations perfect for extended stay in our Nation’s Capital.  Reserve your stay now.

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