Pancakes and Booze Arts Show for D.C. Art Lovers, Thursday, August 3

Artists and art lovers are readying themselves for the Washington D.C. Pancakes and Booze Arts Show happening on 3 August, 2017. The show promises exemplary works of art from local artists, displayed and available to buy.

Alongside the artists will be a diverse and outstanding list of local DJs, photographers and musicians. Additionally, all the work that will be on display is original, giving you an opportunity to recognize and appreciate the talents of over 100 Washington D.C. artists.

Furthermore, this upbeat art show will bring together the art community in D.C creating a great platform for them to network as they meet potential buyers of their work.

the pancakes and booze arts show

Moreover, pancake fanatics will be there too, completing this fun-filled, rare gathering of people with like passions.

There will be an exceptional lineup of musicians singing live and live DJs mixes, body painting, live painting and a host of other entertainment forms. Therefore, attendees have every reason to get excited; a whole lot of fun awaits them at the pancakes and booze arts show in Washington D.C.

Submissions from artists, performers, body painters, musicians and DJs are ongoing. With no submission deadline, those who intend to participate can submit as late as a week to the event date. Nevertheless, all artists, body painters, musicians, and DJs should submit their work for consideration early for a better chance at being accepted.

The event is hosted by Penn Social and the Pancakes and Booze Arts Show. It is not open to people under the age of 21.

801 E St NW,
Washington, DC 20004

Event Date & Hours:
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Hours: 8pm to 2am

Early Bird: $10
Line Jumper: $18
At the Door: $15

Event website:

Instagram: @pancakesandbooze
Facebook: @pancakesandboozeartshow
Twitter: @pancakesbooze
Snapchat: @pancakesandbooze

Information for vendors

Vendors can submit their work any time. However, the sooner they do, the better their chances of finding space.  Anyone hoping to get a space should therefore do their best to have sent out their submissions before 3 July, 2017.

Vendors can contact the organizers to find out how much the vending space is going for, but typically around $50.

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