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General Info
Night Club 9:30, located in Washington, D.C., offers a variety of services and facilities, including dining, lounges and bars. The club organizes various concerts that include Silverstein, Love and Special Sauce, Reverend Horton Heat, Cat Power and the Memphis Rhythm Band, An Evening with Donovan and Rock the Bells World Tour featuring Redman. It also organizes various programs, including Supernatural with Disk Jockey, Citizen Cope, Brazilian Girls, Robert Randolph and the Family Band Blowoff. The club provides concert tickets through advance and online bookings. It also offers free parking facilities to its customers. The company offers a wide range of merchandise, including T-shirts, hats, sweatshirts, caps, and logo and flag shirts. It organizes parties, anniversaries and get-togethers. Its food menu includes burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads, coffee, juices, pastries and snacks.

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Primary Phone: (202) 232-8895

Fax: (202) 265-0930

Fax: (202) 265-1397

Payment method
all major credit cards, master card, visa, amex, cash, discover
U-Street, Northwest Washington
Night Clubs, Bars, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Paid, Private

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine


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A Nice Club

I really like the atmospehere and the mature adult crows. I have been searching for a club like this for a long time.



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The 9:30 Club is as decent as you are going to get for the price charged for a particular band. It is spacious and the acoustics are good. It is not a large spot but the intimacy of the venue suggests getting closer to your favorite artist.



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It's the Music Stupid!

The 9:30 Club isn't really a bar, it's music venue. You won't go there for the food or drinks or just to hang. You go there to see a touring band you like. And it's probably the best place in DC to see a band. Great accustics for a club holding maybe 300-500 people max. You can get up next to the stage and get hit by sweat from the band or go to the balconey and look down on the band. The one thing you can't do is sit down, so expect to stand all night. Try to buy tickets in advance at its website because it often sells out.

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