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music scene varies, and we have two concerts a year. But you would have to wait in line for tickets (it's free though!)
The 9:30 club is close by. There are a lot of great bands that perform. The tickets are usually cheap for indie bands and price increases based on the artists of course.
The 9:30 Club is great, and I know there are more music clubs and concerts around DC. There'll probably be someone performing somewhere in DC at any given day.
Don't forget the Verizon Center! Really accessible via metro
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Written by Jesse MacDonald
D.C. nightlife is active and exciting enough to wear the most energetic students out. Students will never run out of places to explore when it comes to clubbing and bar hopping. The most interesting places require only a short Metro ride, though there are some spots in Tenleytown for AU students. Clubs will usually admit 18-year-olds, but there are a number of spots that are strictly 21-and-up.
Welcome Week is probably the most fun for nightlife around campus. There are open fraternity parties every night, so take advantage. These parties are a lot of fun and great places to meet people or go with new friends. Later in the semester, a lot of parties become closed admission. Those who aren’t big on dancing and drinking can keep themselves amused, too. Movie theaters, comedy clubs, shows, and concerts abound, as do restaurants and coffeehouses. It is impossible to be bored in the vibrant city of D.C.
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