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Music & Arts Scene in D.C.

Washington, D.C.'s arts scene is exploding with local music, theater and art taking the center stage. While you're on vacation in Dupont Circle, make sure you immerse yourself in the arts by seeing a concert or going to a gallery.  Check the digital map below for a few recommendations.

Music & Arts Scene in DC

1

18th Street Lounge

Find great music and dancing in this sultry converted townhouse with antique velvet couches. Float between their many rooms (and roof deck) to find your ideal vibe. Get Directions
2

9:30 Club

D.C.'s classic music venue always has a great lineup in store. The Satellite Room bar in the same building serves up boozy milkshakes in a rock n'roll atmosphere. Get Directions
3

Blues Alley

Georgetown music venue modeled after the jazz supper clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Get Directions
4

Cultural D.C.: Flashpoint Theatre and Source Theatre

An array of local, independent productions ranging from the comedic to the surreal to the traditional. Offerings are always changing in these intimate venues. Get Directions
5

DAR Constitution Hall

DAR Constitution Hall is a concert hall located in Washington, D.C. It was built in 1929 by the Daughters of the American Revolution to house its annual convention when membership delegations outgrew Memorial Continental Hall. Get Directions
6

Echo Stage

This nightspot is known for their fun lineup, ranging from EDM to hip-hop to rock. Dance all night to live music at D.C.'s largest concert venue. Get Directions
7

G Fine Arts

Founded in 2001, G Fine Art exhibits and promotes international art from the '60s to present day. Get Directions
8

Howard Theatre

A historic theatre with past appearances by Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald. Now the venue has a diverse lineup such as WALE, The Roots and more. Get Directions
9

Long View Gallery

Long View Gallery opened in 2006 and focuses mainly on local artists. Long View Gallery
10

Rock N Roll Hotel

Independent music venue and nightclub established in 2006. Get Directions
11

The Kennedy Center (The Millenium Stage)

A pillar of the arts in Washington, D.C. with an expansive rooftop overlook the city. Daily free performances at 6 pm, or see theater and music here in the evenings. Get Directions
12

The National Portrait Gallery

Visit this gorgeous array of portraits from every era amongst historic hallways and incredible installation pieces. Bring lunch to their stunning sun-filled atrium! Get Directions
13

The National Theatre

The National Theatre is is a venue used to stage a variety of live productions with seating for 1,676. Get Directions
14

The Phillips Collection

The Phillips Collection is America’s first museum of modern art. They were also named “Best Museum off the Mall” in Washington City Paper’s 2015 “Best of DC” readers’ poll. Get Directions
15

Touchstone Gallery

Artist-owned Touchstone Gallery has maintained a reputation for exhibiting contemporary work of high quality, vision and innovation. Its dedicated membership has demonstrated the gallery’s steadfast commitment to this standard. Get Directions
16

U Street Music Hall

Street Music Hall is a dance club and live music venue founded in 2010 . Get Directions
17

Verizon Center

Formerly the MCI Center, the Verizon Center is a sports and entertainment arena in Downtown. Get Directions
18

Warner Theatre

The Warner Theatre was developed in 1922. Originally named the Earle Theatre, it was built in 1924 as a movie palace presenting live vaudeville and first run silent movies. Get Directions

Music & Arts Scene in DC

18th Street Lounge

Find great music and dancing in this sultry converted townhouse with antique velvet couches. Float between their many rooms (and roof deck) to find your ideal vibe. Get Directions

9:30 Club

D.C.'s classic music venue always has a great lineup in store. The Satellite Room bar in the same building serves up boozy milkshakes in a rock n'roll atmosphere. Get Directions

Blues Alley

Georgetown music venue modeled after the jazz supper clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Get Directions

Cultural D.C.: Flashpoint Theatre and Source Theatre

An array of local, independent productions ranging from the comedic to the surreal to the traditional. Offerings are always changing in these intimate venues. Get Directions

DAR Constitution Hall

DAR Constitution Hall is a concert hall located in Washington, D.C. It was built in 1929 by the Daughters of the American Revolution to house its annual convention when membership delegations outgrew Memorial Continental Hall. Get Directions

Echo Stage

This nightspot is known for their fun lineup, ranging from EDM to hip-hop to rock. Dance all night to live music at D.C.'s largest concert venue. Get Directions

G Fine Arts

Founded in 2001, G Fine Art exhibits and promotes international art from the '60s to present day. Get Directions

Howard Theatre

A historic theatre with past appearances by Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald. Now the venue has a diverse lineup such as WALE, The Roots and more. Get Directions

Long View Gallery

Long View Gallery opened in 2006 and focuses mainly on local artists. Long View Gallery

Rock N Roll Hotel

Independent music venue and nightclub established in 2006. Get Directions

The Kennedy Center (The Millenium Stage)

A pillar of the arts in Washington, D.C. with an expansive rooftop overlook the city. Daily free performances at 6 pm, or see theater and music here in the evenings. Get Directions

The National Portrait Gallery

Visit this gorgeous array of portraits from every era amongst historic hallways and incredible installation pieces. Bring lunch to their stunning sun-filled atrium! Get Directions

The National Theatre

The National Theatre is is a venue used to stage a variety of live productions with seating for 1,676. Get Directions

The Phillips Collection

The Phillips Collection is America’s first museum of modern art. They were also named “Best Museum off the Mall” in Washington City Paper’s 2015 “Best of DC” readers’ poll. Get Directions

Touchstone Gallery

Artist-owned Touchstone Gallery has maintained a reputation for exhibiting contemporary work of high quality, vision and innovation. Its dedicated membership has demonstrated the gallery’s steadfast commitment to this standard. Get Directions

U Street Music Hall

Street Music Hall is a dance club and live music venue founded in 2010 . Get Directions

Verizon Center

Formerly the MCI Center, the Verizon Center is a sports and entertainment arena in Downtown. Get Directions

Warner Theatre

The Warner Theatre was developed in 1922. Originally named the Earle Theatre, it was built in 1924 as a movie palace presenting live vaudeville and first run silent movies. Get Directions

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