DC has several music venues with various music genres that can fit your price range. Some even have weekly live music events for free.
The 9:30 Club is trying turn lemons into lemonade for federal workers furloughed during the government shutdown.
Less than a week after the 9:30 Club’s head of security passed away suddenly, a scholarship fund has been created in his name at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Josh Burdette, the 35-year-old 9:30 Club manager remembered by frequent show-goers for his shaved head, piercings and tattoos, has died.
This is a selection of five of the best shows in Washington DC this fall you need to know about, even if you can’t make it to them all.
Rolling Stone magazine recently polled 26 insiders and musicians to rank “The Best Big Rooms in America,” a list of the nation’s coolest large clubs and theaters.
If the preppy, cookie cutter or hip-hop bar scene is not your style then you’re in luck. DC is home to a wide variety of bars and clubs to suit your musical tastes, especially rock music.
U Street Music Hall, Lux Lounge, The State Theatre, Birchmere Music Hall are some of best places to catch great Hip-Hop performances.
This is a list of the most popular and unique venues in the District, but there are small, intimate, independent spots as well that are not to be overlooked.