Washington D.C. Weekend Recap 4/22-4/24

Weekend Recap 4/22-4/24

In case you missed them, here are a couple of dope events that happened in the Washington D.C area this past weekend.

Friday 4/22: Snoop Dogg: Live at Echo Stage

This past Friday, Snoop Dogg performed live at Echo Stage.  Snoop performed a variety of his classic songs for a sold out crowd once he finally arrived well after 1 a.m.  Although many fans were disappointed, as you can see from the footage below, the show was well worth the wait. Keep reading for additional visuals from Snoop Dogg’s live performance.

A video posted by RonP2255 (@ronp2255) on

It’s kinda hard bein Snoop D-O-double-G #dc #snoopdogg #echostage

A video posted by Kelcey Davis (@kelc__liv) on


A video posted by TOMMY KH (@tommyykh) on

Here is a video of @snoopdogg dancing to Prince. You’re welcome. #echostage

A video posted by @childishaquino on

Saturday 4/23: National Cannabis Festival

This saturday, Washington D.C. hosted the first ever National Cannabis Festival at RFK Stadium.  The festival was dedicated to celebrating progress on marijuana legalization in DC and across the nation.  With almost 5,000 people in attendance, the Festival was definitely one of the key places to be this weekend.  Check out some pictures and videos from the festival below.




A video posted by Anwan Glover (Big G) (@anwanglover) on

Maseo #thewarmup #nationalcannabisfestival #delasoul

A photo posted by delasolarvision (@wearedelasoul) on

HIP-HOP @dctop20 @wearedelasoul ✊🏾🔥 #delasoul #420Three #vibes #chakraslit

A video posted by Founder Of @DCTOP20™ (@djanonymousdc) on


Cannabis Cup

Cannabis Cup

Sunday 4/24: Ma Dukes Presents: The Kings Court Tour: An Official J Dilla Tribute feat. Slum Village, Phat Kat & Guilty Simpson

On Sunday night, the Howard Theatre was invaded by the Detroit rap scene: both old and new.  Ma Dukes Presents: The Kings Court Tour was an official J Dilla Tribute that brought new Detroit rappers such as Rosewood 2055 and Supakaine, together with classic rappers such as Phat Kat, Guilty Simpson and Slum Village.  These artists created a vibe of true Detroit hip-hop all dedicated to one of the greats.  Oh yea…and Ma Dukes (J Dilla’s mom) was there.  A  Check out some more visuals from the tribute below:

Tonight we’re in DC at the Howard Theater for the final show. It’s been 25 shows over 34 days. #KingsCourtTour

A photo posted by joe robinson #APX (@joerobinsonapx) on


Lets close it guys!

A video posted by joe robinson #APX (@joerobinsonapx) on

@rhymebullymusic recording artist @rosewood2055 last night 4/24/16 in Washington DC.#kingscourttour #dclovesdilla #grusa

A photo posted by Governor Slugwell HipHop (@governorslugwell) on

Selfish. #slumvillage #dilladonuts #dilla

A video posted by Jose Lovo (@infectiouswords) on

A photo posted by @supakaine on

A photo posted by yemi (@yemstones) on

Check back for a list of up

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *