The end of summer celebration will feature a number of bars in Dupont Circle and the Golden Triangle, including BlackFinn, The Mighty Pint, Irish Whiskey, Public Bar, and more. After registering at BlackFinn to start the crawl, partygoers will enjoy free cover and drink and food specials at some of the hottest bars DC has to offer!
For their inaugural day event, Project DC Events has partnered up with major local brands as well as a brands that are surely to make an impact in their industry in the next few months. Project DC would like to welcome: WAKA (World Adult Kickball Association), Bacardi, Miller Lite, 3 Pizanos, Snapshot Moments and Maryland Beer Pong. WAKA will also feature as the event’s platinum sponsor. Click here to continue reading»»
Summer Crawl DC is an end of the summer season themed bar crawl based in Washington D.C. Participants will quench their thirst on exclusive drink deals as they explore D.C. and celebrate the end of the season, one bar at a time.
When: September 22, 2012 Time: 2pm-9pm Price: $14.99 in advance; $20.00 day of. *You must be 21 or over to participate.
What you Get: A signature pair of sunglasses, access to the listed bars, and exclusive drinks deals. Enjoy:
$2.00 Miller Lites
$4.00 Bacardi OakHeart
What to bring: Your 21+ ID
What to Wear:Rock your beach gear one more time before you put it away!
Summer Crawl DC FAQ’s
Where do I get my wristband and sunglasses?
Sunglasses and wristband pick up will be at Black Finn. Wristband pickup will be available 1pm-5pm.
If you follow trends, viral videos, and the next big hit when it comes to music and dance, you may have heard of of PSY’s – “Gangnam Style.” The video has been on YouTube for only 6 weeks and has well over 65 million views worldwide!
PSY is a Korean pop superstar that is getting a lot of press and recognition in the United States for his infectious song and dance video “Gangnam Style.” The song features a catchy electro-pop beat, and an easy to learn dance that many people are calling “the next Macarena.”
I knew this song had the potential to go mainstream in America and the DC bars and clubs as soon as it was released; however, it wasn’t until this past weekend, when I attended the Redskins vs. Colts preseason game at FedEX Field (Hail! by the way) that I saw it performed live by some of the tailgating fans. After asking friends if they had heard of the song, half of them replied with “I have heard it at the bars” or “I heard it when I was out.” At that moment I knew, “Gangnam Style” had landed in Washington DC.
With that said.. Welcome “Gangnam Style” AND so long “Call Me Maybe”
Project DC Events is a newly formed branch of Project DC Productions, DC’s premiere event planning and promotion company throwing the parties you want in the city you love.
We are excited to announce this expansion into the bar market. We have had great success in the past in the bar arena and to due to such high demand we have formed Project DC Events to focus fully on throwing events at local bars and meeting your needs. Project DC Events will concentrate on all those fun day time activities including bar crawls, live band performances, DJ shows, and so forth.
Being party-goers ourselves we understand what it takes to have an unforgettable time. Project DC has over six years of experience planning and managing birthday parties, bachelor & bachelorette parties, corporate events, fundraisers, happy hours, and just fun nights out on the town. With the depth of our experience and our vast connections at your service, you can now sit back and relax while as we host your next event. Project DC is here to make sure you have the time of your life every time you are out.
As a kick-off party to Project DC Events we will be throwing the much anticipated end of summer bar crawl “Summer Crawl DC 2012” on September 22nd. If you love the summer, drink specials, hanging out with friends, and meeting new people, then this is the perfect event for you. Click here to continue reading»»
WASHINGTON, DC, August 10, 2012 – Project DC Events is excited to announce Summer Crawl DC 2012, scheduled for Saturday, September 22nd from 2:00 PM until 9:00 PM.
The end of summer celebration will feature a number of bars in Dupont Circle and the Golden Triangle, including BlackFinn, Bottom Line, Irish Whiskey, Public Bar, and The Mighty Pint, with more bars being added weekly. After registering at BlackFinn to start the crawl, partygoers will enjoy free cover and exclusive drink specials at some of the hottest bars and nightclubs DC has to offer! Click here to continue reading»»
Washington DC may not have a nightlife scene on par with Miami or New York, but DC still has a lot to offer. With numerous universities, an increasing young professional population, political junkies and tourism, Washington will always have something for those looking for something to do.
Whether you are looking for a dance club, an irish pub, events and activities such as bar crawls, scavengers hunts, our nation’s capital can certainly deliver! In recent years, several bars, lounges, and clubs have opened up in the liveliest neighborhoods of DC, areas like:
U Street Corridor
H Street Corridor
Because Washington DC is so diverse, there’s something for everyone! If you are looking for salsa dancing, dc happy hours, live bands, places to watch soccer, sing karaoke, or gay clubs, they are all a short cab ride or metro ride away! Click here to continue reading»»
“What is a bar crawl?” is a question we get asked often at Project DC Events. We define “bar crawl” as the act of an individual or group of people drinking at a number of bars in a single day or night, normally walking between them. Dictionaries also defines “bar crawl” as both an noun and a verb:
Bar crawl (noun)– A drinking session that moves from one licensed premises to the next, and so on.
Bar crawl (verb)– To move in a group from one drinking establishment to the next, drinking at each.
Many cities around the world host bar crawls that act as social gatherings for the community and tourists. These crawls focus on the social aspect of meeting new people, being introduced to new bars and clubs in a new city, and to promote the city itself.