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NoMa Summer Screen: Dance, Dance, Dance!

Get out your dancing shoes, because the NoMa Summer Screen lineup is official! NoMa Summer Screen returns in its 8th season with a smorgasbord of dance films, from oldies to Bollywood to cult favorites. In addition, this year’s film series under the stars will be hosted in a new location at the Storey Park lot, a future development site at First and L Streets, NE, that will be transformed for 2015 into NoMa’s best pre-park yet.

NoMa Summer Screen is the city’s most popular free, outdoor film series, attracting hundreds of neighbors each Wednesday from May 27 to August 19. The event starts at 7 p.m., and films start at dark. Join your friends for DJ music and dance classes, as well as the usual food trucks, picnicking, art and more. All movies are screened with subtitles.

“Let’s get it started,” said Robin-Eve Jasper, President of the NoMa Business Improvement District. “Kick off your shoes and dance — or just watch — at NoMa Summer Screen 2015.”

The film lineup:

NoMa Summer Screen has been ranked one of the Top 10 Best Outdoor Movie Theatres in America by Travel and Leisure Magazine, and listed as one of the top five outdoor movie series in the country by Travel Pulse. Visit for a list of the participating food trucks for each Wednesday evening. Follow us on Twitter @NoMaBID or Facebook for weather updates, surprise giveaways, and food vendor specials. Coolers, children and friendly (leashed) dogs are welcome. 

 The NoMa Business Improvement District organizes and sponsors more than 50 free events a year, including the July 4 Bash, Family Film Nights at Sursum Corda, Nerds in NoMa speaker series, art exhibitions, and more. Learn more at


About NoMa
NoMa is a vibrant, growing neighborhood nestled among Union Station, the U.S. Capitol, Shaw, and the H Street, NE corridor in Washington, D.C. Over the last several years, private developers have invested more than $5 billion in the 35-block area within the NoMa BID boundary, and have plans to develop more than 16 million square feet of additional office, residential, hotel, and retail space. With a capital investment of $50 million from the District government, NoMa will soon have great new parks and public spaces as well. NoMa is home to more than 3,900 terrific new apartments, and more than 40,000 people work here each day. NoMa is the most connected neighborhood in Washington, D.C.  With unparalleled transportation access on Amtrak, VRE, MARC, two Red Line Metro stops, and vehicular access to Interstate 395, visitors, workers and residents can easily travel throughout the region as well as get to New York or anywhere on the East Coast. NoMa has a WalkScore of 92 and offers great biking facilities, including three free outdoor air pumps, the East Coast’s only Bikestation, the 8-mile Metropolitan Branch Trail, and seven Capital Bikeshare stations. The NoMa BID organizes more than 50 free award-winning community events each year, connecting more than 20,000 friends and neighbors. For more information about NoMa, visit and sign up for our bimonthly newsletter. Follow us on Twitter @NoMaBID and like us on Facebook.


About Storey Park
Storey Park is a future mixed-use development site in the center of NoMa at 1005 First Street, NW. The 712,000 SF project will feature 350,000 SF of office space, 65,000 SF of shops and restaurants and 300 residential units. Storey Park is owned in a joint venture by First Potomac Realty Trust and Perseus Realty. Please visit and for developer information.  For more information on Storey Park, visit



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