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From $750/hr
Washington, DC
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Georgetown Tasting Room
Washington, DC
Our place is a beautiful 2nd floor loft. The space has a grand staircase perfect for impressive entrances of any sort. Upstairs you will find a classy speakeasy feel with a bar which allows so many options for your needs. Our regular capacity is 50 guests, with covid we are operating at 25 guests for the loft space. Wedding Cocktail Hour Yoga Meditation Room Art Showcase Sound Room Mat Pilates Pop up Retail Shop Dinner Proposal Baby Shower *Please note that this is a loft there is another restaurant downstairs. Restaurant music can be played lowed but not turned off unless it is prior to 11:30am or a full by out of both upstairs and down. We will do our best to ensure a great space for filming like many others*
From $200/hr
Boutique Hotel/Hostel. Terrace, Natural light
Washington, DC
Dupont Circle/Adams Morgan - walk to restaurants, bars, monuments, museums, shops, top tourist attractions. Easy access via car, bike, walking, train, Metro (Dupont station).
From $589/hr
Event Venue and Demonstration Kitchen in Brookland
Washington, DC
Cooking Demonstration Kitchen. Washington, DC’s only camera-ready commercial kitchen space. Open 24-7. Equipped with 6 burners, 36” char grill, 4 ovens, refrigerator, freezer, 14’ x 4’ white stone counter, and additional appliances and small wares onsite. 18-foot loft ceilings with adjustable track lighting, retractable extension cords, and high speed WiFi. Perfect for cooking shows, interviews, product shoots, cooking demonstrations and more.

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About Washington DC

Washington DC is a city known around the world. The seat of power for the US Government, this city on the Potomac is home to some of the most recognizable landmarks anywhere in the world. From the White House to the Lincoln Memorial, there are familiar sights practically everywhere you look.

But there’s much more to Washington DC than just politics. This culturally diverse city boasts excellent restaurants, wonderful museums, and an impressively eclectic range of neighborhoods that each boast their own unique vibe.

It’s also home to a thriving music scene, which makes Washington DC an essential inclusion on any concert tour.

Concert Options in Washington DC

Playing a show in Washington DC? There’s a lot to consider to organize the perfect gig; luckily, there are plenty of local businesses to help you put on the perfect performance.

  • Rehearsal Spaces

Whether you’re laying down tracks in the studio or just fine-tuning your performance, finding a suitable rehearsal space in Washington DC is crucial. And whether you want something modern and well-appointed or a space with a more authentic vibe, you’ll find plenty of options to choose from.

  • Concert Promoters

Want to play to sold-out venues full of passionate fans? An experienced promoter can help generate the buzz your show needs to get more people through the door and build your following. From booking the best Washington DC concert venues to marketing your show, a reliable promoter can help you make it to the big time.

  • Concert Photographers

The best concert photography can make you feel like you’re right there with the artist, not to mention make you want to be there the next time they play. If your gig is going to get the media coverage it deserves, finding an experienced and creative concert photographer is crucial.

Concert Companies in Washington DC

Planning a concert in the US capital? From finding the right Washington DC concert venue to promoting and recording your show, there’s no shortage of local professionals who can help take your gig to the next level.

  • I.M.P.

With a history dating back to 1980, I.M.P. is now one of the biggest names on the DC music scene. This independent concert promotion and production company, led by Seth Hurwitz, stages shows for anywhere from 500 to 50,000 fans. It has produced more than 20,000 events, including Lollapalooza and Virgin Festival, and also manages venues like Merriweather Post Pavilion and The Anthem.

  • Blue Room Productions

Blue Room runs a recording, mixing, and mastering studio just minutes from Washington DC. It also offers custom music production services, videography, mobile recording, and a number of other creative services. And with an experienced team of recording engineers, producers, and creatives, it’s well worth checking out for any musician in the DC area.

  • Kyle Gustafson Photography

A freelance photographer based in Washington DC, Kyle Gustafson has built a name for himself on the DC concert scene. His portfolio also includes event, sport, and food photography, and his work has appeared in publications like The Washington Post, Vanity Fair, and Rolling Stone.

Pros and Cons of Concerts in Washington DC

With a big city vibe, Washington is a great place to hold a concert. But like any fabulous destination, there are pros and cons.


  • Wonderful diversity

Washington DC has a truly diverse multicultural population that includes people from all over the world.

  • Great cultural attractions

With its monuments, museums, and galleries, Washington DC is one of the premier cultural cities in the United States.

  • Always something to do

From fine dining to outdoor adventures, world-famous landmarks to eclectic local neighborhoods, DC offers something for everyone. It’s the place to be.

  • Pleasant climate

The climate in the US capital is generally quite mild, making it a pleasant place to live or visit at most times of the year.

  • Great music scene

Washington DC has a healthy live music scene and the city also attracts acts from all over the world.


  • Bad traffic

If you live in Washington DC, you’ll need to get used to dealing with the time-consuming frustration of traffic gridlock. One learns to never be in a hurry here.

  • Expensive place to live

Want to buy a home in Washington DC? You’d better start saving because real estate (and the cost of living) in the city ain’t cheap.

  • All work and no play

Many members of the DC community work long hours in high-pressure jobs — all the more reason to blow off some steam at a live show.

  • Tourists

With the city home to some of the most iconic landmarks in the country, you’ll need to deal with crowds of tourists during peak times.

  • Summer humidity

While the climate is generally pretty good, the hot and humid days of summer could leave you in a sweat.

Famous Locations in Washington DC

  • Lincoln Memorial

US landmarks don’t get much more iconic than the Lincoln Memorial. Towering over the Reflecting Pool, the statue of honest Abe honors the 16th US president and is quite simply a must-visit for any tourist in Washington DC.

  • Library of Congress

Located in three buildings on Capitol Hill, the Library of Congress is the largest library in the world. The Thomas Jefferson Building is famous not only for its stunning architecture but for its ever-changing range of historical exhibitions. But if you’d like your concert to have more of a modern flavor, you can book a state-of-the-art concert venue just minutes from Capitol Hill.

  • Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

If you want to get in touch with the natural world, a visit to this excellent museum is a must. The Smithsonian was opened in 1910 and houses a collection of more than 140 million natural science specimens and cultural artifacts, from dinosaur bones to a replica of a North Atlantic right whale. Best of all, admission is free.