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Five works will be on display during the Georgetown BID’s free outdoor public light art experience; also to feature walking tours, a special shopping night, cocktail crawl and holiday night market, and more ‘Merriment in Georgetown’ programming.
The springtime open-air market will feature sidewalk sales from 35+ small businesses, food, strolling performers, and music.
Five commissioned works will be on display during the Georgetown BID’s annual free outdoor public light art experience, returning during the holiday season for the first time since 2019; also to feature walking tours, a silent disco, and more ‘Merriment in Georgetown’ programming.
The two-month seasonal celebration expands for its eighth edition, with public light art installations throughout the commercial district.
Presented by the Georgetown BID, this year’s weekly “Fan Favorites” series is back after a two-year hiatus.
What everyone else is saying about DC’s oldest neighborhood.
2023 has been a solid year for one of the District’s oldest and most established dining and shopping destinations.
For its ninth year, the free outdoor light art experience, known as Georgetown GLOW, is back on Dec. 1. Visitors of the Northwest D.C. neighborhood can expect five larger-than-life artworks to light up from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. through Jan. 7, 2024.
Since 2014, Georgetown has been illuminated by Glow, a free public art exhibition that places light sculptures in locations around the neighborhood.
Georgetown Glow features light-up and photo-worthy commissioned work from national and international artists. Visitors can enjoy the curated outdoor light art nightly from 5 p.m.
A local guide to shopping fashion, home goods, gifts, and more on Small Business Saturday – featuring many Georgetown businesses!
Georgetown was the inspiration for the Popal’s first restaurant, Cafe Bonaparte, which is now Lutèce.