It was long thought that Washington was boring. Wrong. The city's clubs hop, especially in young and hip Georgetown, where the nightlife is most vibrant. The popular 9:30 Club is probably the best place in town to listen to cutting-edge rock and pop.
Since opening in 1980, before moving in 1996 to larger premises, it has seen all the great names in music. Blues Alley has hosted every great blues and jazz legend, including Dizzy Gillespie. Back in the day, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong played the Bohemian Caverns.
815 V St NW
Washington DC 20001
+1 202 265 0930