Multi-level after-hours dance club attracts a mixed crowd but remains gay-friendly.
Popular concert venue in north west, hosts Washington’s leg of national gay male D.J. set Blowoff six times a year.
Organizes regular women’s events around town. Check web site for updated information.
Black Fox Lounge is an old world repose located two blocks north of Dupont Circle. Hosts gay/drag cabaret Agent Galactica happy hour show the second and fourth Friday of each month.
Created by musicians Bob Mould and Richard Morel, Blowoff is an occasional dance event popular with men. Events are held in clubs around the country; D.C.’s Blowoff parties are held at the 9:30 club in the popular U Street corridor.
A monthly dance party that brings to DC sweet sounds from the streets of Brussels (ie. from all over Europe and beyond). Location rotates, check site for details.
In Dupont Circle area; part of complex of LGBT businesses at this address, including Level One restaurant on street level and 30 Degrees bar. Known for parties like CTRL, and Bearracuda.
Gear/uniform party hosted at the Green Lantern on the first Saturdays of every month. Code XXX is a gay gear/BDSM event held the third Friday of every month at The Crucible. Dress code strictly enforced for both.
The popular Levi/leather bar’s origins date to the 1960s. Features billiards, regular tournaments and other special events. Located near the convention center, two blocks north of Gallery Place Metro. Known for parties like Otter Xing.