Wizards Game Night Entertainment

g-wiz

G-Wiz
is the official mascot of the
Washington Wizards
. G-Wiz can be found all over the arena from
the 400 level to the court, there isn’t a place G-Wiz hasn’t been.
G-Wiz is out in the community at schools and different events representing
the Wizards so make sure to give G-Wiz a high five next time you see
him! Don’t forget you can book G-Wiz for your next event by calling
202-661-5000.


g-man

G-Man
When you see the trampoline coming to the court that can
only mean 1 thing….G-Man
is about to show you things you have never seen before. G-Man is one
of the top dunking mascots in the NBA and continues to display never
before seen dunks every night he performs. You can book G-Man for
your next event by calling 202-661-5000.


Wizard Girls

Wizard
Girls

These beautiful and highly talented ladies cheer on the Wizards at every home game. The group is made up of teachers,
students, lawyers and much more. You can see them in the community,
on the court and throughout the arena greeting every Wizards fan. To get in touch with your favorite Wizard Girl email wizardgirls@washsports.com and make sure to include your favorite girl's name in the subject line.


Capital Crew

Capital Crew
If you are looking to get a burrito or a t-shirt or anything else
that gets thrown out at the game, then the Capital Crew is the place
to look. These goofy and highly energetic characters are the biggest
Wizards fans and are always looking to give stuff away and make our
fans feel welcome at the Verizon Center. Make sure to get loud when
you see those t-shirts and the Capital Crew will be sure to find you. Do you want to join the Capital Crew? Then click here to fill out the Capital Crew audition form.


Capital Kids

Capital Kids
These pint sized dancers bring the house down every time they hit
the court! They are comprised of boys and girls from the DC area and
you never know where you may see these talented dancers next. They
range in age from 6-12 and perform at select Wizards home games. Auditions for the Capital Kids will take place on September 25 from 6-8:30pm. For more information on auditions please visit www.capitolmovement.org.


District Drummers

The
District Drummers
are one of the most popular and newest
groups that perform during timeouts. With their unique style of dance
coupled with the high energy beats they produce, they will have you
on your feet the entire timeout. Make sure to get to the game early
because the District Drummers will play while the Wizards are being
introduced at select home games.


BEAT YA FEET KINGS

The Beat Ya Feet Kings have been featured on Showtime at the Apollo, Dance Africa DC, DC Annual Go-Go Awards, and most recently MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew. They have also been featured in music videos by National Recording artist Tabi Bonney and Wale. Armed with the message "Stop the Violence and Dance," they are on a mission to help young people use dance an alternative violence in Washington, DC. Globally, the Beat Ya Feet Kings have taken it upon themselves to serve as ambassadors for DC based music and culture.