|Aug 5||7:00 PM||Glass Animals||Find Tickets|
|Aug 7||9:00 PM||REV909: Daft Punk/French House Tribute and Indie Dance Classics w/ Will Eastman & Ozker •Visuals by Bell Visuals||Find Tickets|
|Aug 8||8:00 PM||Desaparecidos w/ The Banddroidz and The So So Glos||Find Tickets|
|Aug 11||7:00 PM||Failure & Hum w/ Nothing||Find Tickets|
|Aug 13||7:00 PM||Basement w/ Adventures, LVL UP, and Palehound||Find Tickets|
|Aug 14||8:00 PM||Jonny Grave and the Tombstones w/ Derek Evry and His Band of Misanthropes • Olivia Mancini||Find Tickets|
|Aug 14||9:30 PM||Derek Evry- Olivia Mancini- Jonny Grave||Get Details|
|Aug 15||9:00 PM||Hot In Herre: 2000s Dance Party with DJs Will Eastman and Brian Billion||Find Tickets|
|Aug 16||11:30 PM||Touchpants||Find Tickets|
|Aug 21||7:00 PM||The Project w/ Todd Wright • Irresponsible • Yum • Elegant Plums • StereoRiots||Find Tickets|
The 9:30 Club Washington opened in 1980, the venue getting its name from its then-current address - 930 F Street, NW, Washington, D.C. During these early days, the 9:30 Club Washington provided a platform for rock and alternative bands primarily, showcasing the likes of The Police, The Ramones, Mod Fun and The Bangles.
In order to accommodate the increasingly impressive musical lineup as well as the growing number of fans demanding tickets, the 9:30 Club Washington was forced to close and relocate, reopening in a bigger space in 1996. In the years following, the 9:30 Club schedule saw some of the music industry's biggest hitters take to the venue's stage. The Red Hot Chili Peppers, O.A.R, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead and Bob Dylan are just a few of those major acts featured on the 9:30 Club schedule post-1996.
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