15 Awesome Places To Experience Live Music In Washington, D.C.

15 Awesome Places To Experience Live Music In Washington, D.C.

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Savor live music, just the way you like it, with our complete guide to the best music venues in Washington, D.C..

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    DC Gay Flag Football League's 1st Gay Bowl Championship game between the Washington Generals and the D.C. Admirals is 7-24 at 10am in preparation for the Gay Bowl in Houston. 2nd game July 31 at 10am; -- Washington Blade via Foursquare
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    Few Washington nightlife places have enjoyed the notoriety of Georgetown’s Blues Alley. Since it opened in 1965, Blues Alley has touted itself as “DC’s Best Jazz Supper Club.” -- Green Guide Editor -- Michelin Travel & Lifestyle via Foursquare
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    All the seating seems to have views. Sound system seems good. Kale Caesar salad is great. Trying a desert next - cuz life is short. -- S. C. via Foursquare
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    With elegant details like a bronze statue of JFK, an international collection of art, and crystal chandeliers hanging in the halls, this venue is the ideal spot for a refined evening at the theater. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    Three levels of small balconies wrap around the hall like a giant U. I prefer to sit in the orchestra. Great room. -- Allison Kasic via Foursquare
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    Come before 9pm because that's when its all over -- Mark L via Foursquare
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    1929 bldg designed by Jefferson Memorial architect John Russell Pope. There are 7 accepted bloodlines to become a member. In 1983 Eddie Murphy filmed movie Delirious here. Full site history via<LINK> -- IWalked Audio Tours via Foursquare
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    go for liberation on a friday. dance your butt off with the hipsters. -- nick violi via Foursquare
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    The indie-rock temple features two stages, the larger main room (upstairs) and Backstage downstairs, where you can catch up-and-comers. -- The Feast via Foursquare
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    With a 1,200-square-foot, cork-cushioned dance-floor & a capacity for 300 people, DJs Will Eastman & Jesse Tittsworth designed their new basement club for one thing & one thing only: maximum movement. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    D.C.’s historic music hall on Black Broadway has reopened as a super-club, booking major R&B, jazz, and pop acts. Bonus: chef Marcus Samuelsson oversees the restaurant. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    The section of U-Street btw 9th St. & 18th St. came to be known as "Black Broadway" thanks to numerous African-American owned establishments including banks, bowling alleys & dance halls in the 1920s. -- TheUrbanDaily via Foursquare
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