February Entertainment Guide 2017

Introduction It’s hard to believe that February has arrived. So which events should you hit around the D.C. area? Time for our (W)TOP of the Month Entertainment Guide. Click through the gallery for videos and find the full list below. (WTOP collage via AP)
Feb. 1-19: “Hooded: Or Being Black for Dummies” at Atlas Center
Feb. 3: American Conservation Film Festival at Weinberg Center 
July 16, 2024 | WTOP's Jason Fraley preview February entertainment (Jason Fraley)

February Entertainment Guide

Feb. 1: Aaron Lewis at The Fillmore

Feb. 1-4: Nicholas Rodriguez at Signature Theatre

Feb. 1-19: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” at Ford’s Theatre

Feb. 1-19: “Roe” at Arena Stage

Feb. 1-19: “Hooded: Or Being Black for Dummies” at Atlas Performing Arts Center

Feb. 1-26: “Baby Screams Miracle” at Woolly Mammoth Theatre

Feb. 1-26: “Caroline, or Change” at Round House Theatre

Feb. 1-28: Black History Month at African-American History Museum

Feb. 1-March 5: ‘Sweeney Todd’ at Olney Theatre Center

Feb. 1-March 19: “Show Boat” at Toby’s Dinner Theatre

Feb. 2: Potomac Phil appears for Groundhog Day at Dupont Circle

Feb. 2: “Groundhog Day” at Angelika Mosaic in Fairfax

Feb. 2-4: Gilbert Gottfried at DC Improv

Feb. 3: “Rings” hits movie theaters

Feb. 3: Justin Moore & Lee Brice at EagleBank Arena

Feb. 3: American Conservation Film Festival at Weinberg Center

Feb. 3-March 5: Marsha Mason in “Watch on the Rhine” at Arena Stage

Feb. 4: Pokemon: Symphonic Evolutions at Strathmore

Feb. 4: ‘Nashville’ star Clare Bowen at Birchmere

Feb. 4: Buddy Holly Tribute at Bethesda Blues & Jazz

Feb. 5: Lady Gaga, “Hamilton’ cast perform at Super Bowl

Feb. 7: AFI at 9:30 Club

Feb. 7-March 12: “King Charles III” at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Feb. 8: Gourmet Symphony w/ Joshua Bell, NSO, Chef Mike Isabella

Feb. 8: Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues at Birchmere

Feb. 9: Deniece Williams at Bethesda Blues & Jazz

Feb. 10: The Whispers at Howard Theatre

Feb. 10: “Fifty Shades Darker” hits movie theaters

Feb. 10-11: “Swan Lake” at Hippodrome

Feb. 11: Mike Epps at DAR Constitution Hall

Feb. 11: Alyson Cambridge at Wolf Trap

Feb. 11: Beatles Love Songs at Hamilton Live

Feb. 11: National Chamber Ensemble: Viva La France in Rosslyn

Feb. 11: Story District’s “Sucker for Love” at Lincoln Theatre

Feb. 11: Dick Gregory & Paul Mooney at Howard Theatre

Feb. 12: Sara Evans at Weinberg Center

Feb. 12: Grammy Awards

Feb. 12: BAFTA Awards

Feb. 12: Charlie Wilson, Fantasia, Johnny Gill at Verizon Center

Feb. 12: Step Afrika! Step Xplosion at Strathmore

Feb. 12: “An Affair to Remember” returns to theaters

Feb. 12: Valentine’s Soul Jam at DAR Constitution Hall

Feb. 13-14: The Spinners at Bethesda Blues & Jazz

Feb. 14: Rick Astley at 9:30 Club

Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day with Patti LaBelle at Kennedy Center

Feb. 14: Other Valentine’s Day events

Feb. 15-22: Disney on Ice at Verizon Center

Feb. 15-March 19: “The Taming of the Shrew” at Synetic Theater

Feb. 16: Lauryn Hill at Warner Theatre

Feb. 16-19: The Supremes’ Mary Wilson at Blues Alley

Feb. 17: “The Great Wall” hits movie theaters

Feb. 17: Al Jarreau at Howard Theatre

Feb. 17: Regina Carter at Kennedy Center

Feb. 17-19: Arlo Guthrie at Birchmere

Feb. 17-19: Jamie Lee at DC Improv

Feb. 18: Earth, Wind & Fire at MGM National Harbor

Feb. 19: “School of Rock” at The Fillmore

Feb. 19: WGA Awards

Feb. 22: Snarky Puppy with NSO Pops at Kennedy Center

Feb. 23: George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic at Howard Theatre

Feb. 23: Elizabeth Smart at Weinberg Center

Feb. 23-25: Tedeschi Trucks Band at Warner Theatre

Feb. 24: Lewis Black at Hippodrome

Feb. 24: Altan at AMP by Strathmore

Feb. 24: Cameo at Howard Theatre

Feb. 24: Pink Floyd Tribute at Gypsy Sally’s

Feb. 24-25: Ledisi with NSO Pops at Kennedy Center

Feb. 24-April 9: “Intelligence” at Arena Stage

Feb. 25: Independent Spirit Awards

Feb. 25: Bone Thugs N Harmony at The Fillmore

Feb. 26: The Lox at The Fillmore

Feb. 26: Academy Awards

Feb. 26: David Duchovny at Birchmere

Feb. 27: Ariana Grande at Verizon Center

Feb. 28-March 1: Dionne Warwick at Bethesda Blues & Jazz

Feb. 28-March 26: “Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing” at Signature Theatre

July 16, 2024 | WTOP's Jason Fraley preview February entertainment (Jason Fraley)
Jason Fraley

Hailed by The Washington Post for “his savantlike ability to name every Best Picture winner in history," Jason Fraley began at WTOP as Morning Drive Writer in 2008, film critic in 2011 and Entertainment Editor in 2014, providing daily arts coverage on-air and online.

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