The Smithsonian Folklife Festival is back on the National Mall in Washington DC, June 26th to June 30th and July 3rd to July 7th. This year’s free Festival features thematic presentations on Hungarian heritage, endangered languages and cultural heritage, and African American personal adornment.
The full daytime schedule is here. Evening concerts include Roma music from Hungary and Transylvania, Hawaiian music and dance, Dong choral music from Guizhou Province in China, Kalmyk and Tuvan music from Russia, and more (schedule here). And bring the kiddies.
See you on the line at the food concessions.
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