A Video of CLUB 9:30 Washington DC
CLUB 9:30 Washington DC, Guide & Review
The official title is Nightclub at 9:30, but most people know that this place is a Club of 9:30. Just browse the list of upcoming shows, and you will be amazed at the talent. While enjoying the beautiful music, order a delicious dish on their menu that includes vegetarian or vegan-friendly items, or stand by one of the four bars of beer, spirits, or non-alcoholic beverages. They even have a special coffee bar for those who might want to be encouraged by caffeine to take on their favorite artists.
The 9:30 Club, formerly known as Nightclub 9:30, also known as 9:30, is a nightclub and concert in Washington, DC, housed in the backroom of the Atlantic Building at 930 F Street NW, in the heart of downtown of the city, which opened on May 31, 1980, has the legal status of only 199 sponsors. In 1996, due to its growing popularity, the Club was relocated to the photography site, its current location at 815 V Street NW, where it forms the eastern end of the U Street Corridor. As a unique feature, the Club, with 1,200 people, has a wheel-mounted platform, which can be moved back and forth when needed. In this way, the venue can feel as crowded with 500 people as it would have been at the time of the sale, a complete show of strength. The Club 9:30 is based on its original street address and the opening time of 9:30 am. An original ad on D.C.WHFS radio featured the motto “9:30 – a Place and Time!”