Golden Triangle presents Golden Cinema in Farragut Square
7:30pm or so, films at sunset
“Mark your calendar and join hundreds under the stars for a night of entertaining movies and activities. Make a night of it and plan to take advantage of the array of restaurants and retailers in the neighborhood.” Captions provided.
Remaining Friday night movie schedule:
National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
The Capital Fringe Festival continues this weekend with performances of “Hunt,” a sex-and-scandal political story; “Rain Follows the Plow,” a Dust Bowl folk opera; stand-up sets from Indian comedian Krish Mohan; and the final work from banished? Productions in “She Took Me in So Tenderly,” along with many others. The annual festival, which runs through next weekend, is being held at a number of venues throughout Northeast and downtown Washington; Admission to individual shows is $17 after the one-time purchase of a $7 Fringe button.
The monthly MarketSW returns to the Lot SW on the Southwest Waterfront, featuring live music, food and drink (crab cakes, giant s’mores, barbecue, cocktails and more) and exhibitors selling everything from handmade jewelry to acrylic paintings. The market is open from 4 to 10 p.m. and admission is free.
It’s been more than five years since WWE held a marquee, pay-per-view event in the nation’s capital. That streak ends this weekend when WWE’s “Battleground” hits Verizon Center, featuring a Triple Threat Match for the WWE championship between the former members of the Shield: Seth Rollins,Roman Reigns and the champ, Dean Ambrose. Also on the card: John Cena, the New Day and the Wyatt Family, Kevin Owens and the Miz. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $25-$500.
Don your favorite Hawaiian shirt and prepare to limbo for a good cause at the Tiki Party on Red Derby’s rooftop deck. The bar’s annual tiki party features tropical punches, Tecate beers and a grill loaded with pineapple skewers, chicken, hot dogs and other snacks, all to benefit the District Alliance for Safe Housing. There’s more than just eating and drinking, including a limbo contest (6 p.m.), a hula hoop contest (7 p.m.) and an award for the best Hawaiian shirt. The party runs from 3 to 8 p.m. and admission is free.