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Shake off some of those Thanksgiving Day calories as you dance to the sounds of the Daryl Davis Band as part of the Kennedy Center’s Swing, Swing, Swing festival. The free sets at 5 and 8:30 p.m. will be preceded by dance lessons.
Going vegetarian on Thanksgiving is a lonely pursuit. But it doesn’t have to be. The Vegetarian Society of DC hosts a sprawling get-together for the tofu set, complete with vegan stuffing and pumpkin pie.
Wear a toga to Arena Stage and get pay-what-you-can tickets to the rollicking farce “You, Nero,” based on one of ancient Rome’s most infamous emperors.
The Mousetrap provided a monthly fix of Britpop and indie rock dance tunes at the Black Cat for a decade. It makes a return for a special Thankgiving-weekend reunion.
End your long weekend in a seriously loud way as Georgia metal/sludge rock standouts Mastodon visit 9:30 Club.