No Sleep Till Brookland

  • Animal Collective @ 9:30 Club, "One of the most consistently great indie rock experimental bands on the block. Semi-local Animal Collective steps up to the 9:30 Club in support for their excellent new album Strawberry Jam." 10PM, $20. [Brightest Young Things]


* Brookland Day Festival, "Stage performances begin at 12pm and include blues, Moroccan, salsa and jazz styles. Two Brookland acts perform: Pablo Grabiel from Bemcha (Latin jazz) and The Brian Settles Trio." Free, all day. [Washington City Guide]

* The National Book Festival, obviously. On the national mall, from 10AM to 5PM. [Library of Congress]

* Cap City Bartoberfest Bar Tour @ Mackey's, "The popular fall bar tour, now in its 16th year, includes $2 Miller Lite, $3 Pilsner Urquell and discounted appetizers at 10 bars, beginning at Mackey's. After signing in, you can visit Rumors, Porter's, the Madhatter, the Black Rooster, the Front Page, Recessions, Steve's Bar Room, Singapore Bistro and the Overtime Cafe." 3PM-11PM, $13 cover ($10 reduced cover with two canned food donations for local charity). [Mackey's Public House]


  • The Latin American Film Festival continues @ AFI Silver Spring Theatre, 'Chicha Tu Madre', "Peruvian director Quattrini's first feature film follows taxi driver Julio César after news of his teenage daughter's pregnancy compels him to change his destiny and become a Tarot reader. Guided by the wisdom of the cards, he searches the unpredictable streets of Lima, meeting a young prostitute, an enigmatic Argentine nurse and a second-tier soccer team--all on their own quests for salvation and self-determination." 1PM, $9.75. [AFI Silver Spring]

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