Freedom Friday: The Four Leaf Clover Edition

Happy Friday Everyone!

The only thing Irish about ThatKellieGirl is my name.  And I sure don’t believe in leprechauns.   However, I do believe in some good music.  

So in honor of St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow, enjoy this throwback from Atlantic Starr “Touch a Four Leaf Clover”. 

And check out some great happenings below. 🙂

Peace and Blessings, ThatKellieGirl



From rural Georgia, Krunk Pony focuses on music that makes you move. She spins a fluid high energy set that includes tastes of disco, funk, breakbeat, hip-hop, b-more, electro, house and smart re-edits of those guilty pleasure tracks. Known for busting out her clavé or a move on the dance floor–she is soon to be rocking a party near you.

Friday, March 16

Little Miss Whiskey’s

1104 H St NE




Tune into Soul Conversations with Kimberly Washington and DJ YZO.  Tonight new Incognito, Esperanza Spalding and Deborah Bond! And more chances to win tickets to the Incognito, Maysa, Robert Glasper concert!

Friday, March 16

Tune in to 89.3 fm, at 11pm -1am.


Every Friday night, come out to Ocean Drive Fridays with a live late night performance from the talented REESA RENEE.

Friday, March 16

CB Twelve Twelve

1212 U St NW


Free before 10PM


Gamefest is a three-day festival celebrates the opening of the exhibition, “The Art of Video Games (March 16-September 30), with insightful talks by video game pioneers, panel discussions where visitors can meet designers and artists, movie screenings, musical performances, costume photo ops and hands-on play.

March 16-18

Smithsonian American Art Museum

800 F Street NW

Click here for schedule


This year the DC Environmental Film Festival celebrates a major milestone: 20 years of advancing environmental understanding through the power of film.   The 20th anniversary Festival, our largest and most ambitious yet, presents 180 engaging and thought-provoking films, including 93 Washington, D.C., United States and World premieres, from 42 countries. 

March 13-25

Click here for locations and schedules


The Travel and Adventure Show is a two-day event to discover authentic travel experiences, snap up the deals and win trips and giveaways, and be entertained and delighted at this amazing travel extravaganza. You’ll hear travel tips from the experts including Travel Channel‘s Samantha Brown, travel legends Patricia Schultz and Pauline Frommer. Experience scuba diving and ziplining. See cultural performances. And, test your taste buds at the fiery foods challenge.

March 17-18

DC Convention Center

801 Mount Vernon Place NW

Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 11am to 4pm

Click here for tickets


The National Marathon renamed the SunTrust Rock ‘n’ Roll USA Marathon & CareFirst Rock ‘n’ Roll USA is this Saturday. The 26.2 mile race begins at RFK Stadium and provides runners and spectators with views of more than monuments and the National Mall.

Leading up the marathon is a Health & Fitness Expo March 15 and 16. The free event features more than 50 exhibitors displaying the latest running shoes and apparel, nutritional information and fitness trends.

Friday, March 16

Health & Fitness Expo

DC Armory, 2001 East Capitol Street, SE


Saturday, March 17


8 a.m. National Marathon, Rain or Shine. C Street at 19th Street, Washington, DC.

Finish Line & Finish Line Festival – E. Capitol Street at Armory Mall, Washington DC.


Come out on Saturday at The Center for Green Urbanism for a songwriting workshop with Elise Perry!

Saturday, March 17

Center for Green Urbanism

3938 Benning Rd NE




Join Fatback and that dang leprechaun on the other side of the rainbow.   Fatback is a funk and soul dance party that takes place the third Saturday of each month at Liv.  No cover, no dress code… just a chance to do it right.

 Saturday, March 17


2001 11th St NW




Black Alley Band has been pushing the DC music scene to its rhythmic limits. Determined to create an original musical elixir, Black Alley has taken the finest ingredients of funk, jazz, soul, rock, and go-go to create a sound uniquely their own –- they call it soul garage.   Join them for a special performance to celebrate the release of their new album “Soul.Swagger.Rock.Sneakers”.  A special performance by the Funk Mnkyz.  The Black Carpet hosted by Comedian Eddie Bryant and Jayne Kennedi.  Music provided by DJ Jerome Baker III.

Sunday, March 18

Rock N Roll Hotel

1353 H St NE


Click here for $25 tickets in advance and $30 at the door.

*With each ticket purchase, attendees will receive a FREE copy of “Soul. Swagger. Rock. Sneakers” at the concert.*


For six years running, Daylight features the best in classic music: r&b dance, rarities, house, soul with sounds by bill source & divine.

Sunday, March 16


2001 11th St NW


5 bucks

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