Outdoor concerts, festivals, motion pictures and other matters to do in the Washington D.C. spot

Chromeo at the Showroom: For almost two many years, Chromeo’s infectious electro-funk has stuffed dance flooring throughout the world — propulsive, pop-tinged tales of enjoy, attraction and flashy dancing set to bubbling bass and squealing synths. (Imagine “Needy Lady,” “Fancy Footwork” and “Bonified Lovin,” just to name a couple.) Very last calendar year, David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel collaborated on a new undertaking: “Quarantine Casanova,” a collection of tongue-in-cheek tunes about the stresses and needs of lockdown, this kind of as the vocoder disco thump of “’Roni Got Me Stressed Out” and the ’90s-style gradual jam “Stay in Mattress (and Do Nothing).” The duo performs at a pop-up celebration at the Showroom on 14th Street NW, in close proximity to Franklin Sq.. The celebration, dubbed A.I., is element of a collection thrown by Nu Androids, a staff of promoters regarded for bringing up-and-coming DJs to Flash, Sax and other D.C. hotspots. Nu Androids is making an attempt to make this extra of a “warehouse-style” social gathering, with “state-of-the-art” light and seem exhibit, projections, installations by area artists, and a 1-evening-only bar software with cocktails by Torrance Swain of Farmers Fishers Bakers. DJs Eyezic and Noce carry the area aid. 10 p.m. $40.