Where & When: What to Do Tonight

Indie films, a soccer tournament, and a Jimmy Buffet tribute on the agenda

Celebrate the first day of the Maya Indie Film Festival tonight at the Landmark E Street Cinema. The six films range from dramas to comedies and feature stars such as Martin Sheen, Jimmy Smits, and Michelle Rodriguez. The Kid: Chamaco; Backyard; Chasing 3000; In Therapy; Tropico de Sangre; and Solo Quiero Caminar play back to back each day. Tonight catch Backyard at 7:30 and The Kid: Chamaco at 9:45. Tickets are $7 for a single movie, $42 for a week pass.

Come support your favorite soccer team for the Street Soccer Championship USA at Kastles Stadium at 11th and H streets, Northwest. Tonight’s the kickoff of the three-day tournament, which features 200 players from 19 cities across the country. The winning men’s and women’s teams will be selected to represent the United States at the Homeless World Cup in Brazil. The DC championship benefits programs targeted at the city’s homeless and impoverished populations. The Parade of States is at 5, opening-round matches at 6; free.

Enjoy a beach night with the Sons of Pirates at the Rio Summer Concert Series. Best known as a Jimmy Buffet tribute band, the group also plays Bob Marley, Kenny Chesney, and Beach Boys tunes. 6 PM; free.

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