Adams Morgan is one of the most culturally diverse and liveliest neighborhood in D.C. It is one of the centers of D.C.‘s melting pot as well its liveliest nightlife.
Adams Morgan has international residents and Washingtonians who enjoy the international food in the neighborhood restaurants from all over the globe such as Ethiopia to Latin America and the Caribbean. It also has colorful architecture to match its vibrant atmosphere and has such ethnic diversity that no one can help but explore. This neighborhood is such an amazingly vibrant place that it deserves to have a day dedicated to its magnetic atmosphere. Good thing it has Adams Morgan Day.
Adams Morgan has come together for now 37 years to celebrate its culturally diverse and vibrant neighborhood. This festival is the longest-running neighborhood festival and happens to be very popular and successful each year. Adams Morgan Day is Sept. 11, and since it is such a lively and exciting neighborhood, no Washingtonian should find it difficult to find something to do with a group of friends or family.
Throughout the day, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. You can visit the sidewalk cafes, vendors, and enjoy cultural demonstrations and dances. There are also events for children to enjoy such as games, interactive science exhibits in English and Spanish, clowns, and the Chinese Lion Dancers. There will also be a Dance Plaza where dancers will perform, as well as live music and workshops on rumba, Mexican folk, and Bolivian and salsa dancing. Attendees can also expect to see many local artists and experience international food from all over the globe.
Don’t miss out on one of D.C.’s most popular street festivals. Celebrate Adams Morgan Day and this eclectic neighborhood’s cultural diversity by going to the festival and enjoying food, music, dancing and demonstrations from all around the world. Click here for more information about the Adams Morgan Day Festival.