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Chaise Lounge at the Kennedy Center for “DECLASSIFIED” this Friday!

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What is “DECLASSIFIED?” It’s The National Symphony Orchestra’s Friday-night concert series, and this Friday, February 15, it features a very special afterparty for concertgoers: music on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage by Chaise Lounge! If you’re still looking for a romantic date spot for this weekend, the NSO has you covered. Their Valentine’s-themed program—featuring Ben Folds—starts at 9 pm, but at 8 pm there’s a DJ and wine tasting for ticket holders. Stay after the orchestra concert to hear Chaise Lounge, pose in the photo booth, and dance! We would love to see you. You can find tickets to the NSO concert at


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