- Venue Type: Concert Hall
- Amenities: Massive dance floor, (2) VIP mezzanines, LED walls, kitchen, (5) bars, photo pit, valet, coat check
- Cover Charge: $25-$50
- Hours: Varying per event
- Dress Code: None
- Age Requirement: 18+
- Location: Northeast DC
- Address: 2135 Queens Chapel Road, NE, Washington, DC 20018
- Website: www.echostage.com
- Atmosphere: Echostage is an all-purpose concert venue built to host large-scale productions. The venue is one massive room with elongated bars, VIP mezzanines, photo pit, etc. Everything you would expect at a live venue. It’s the largest nightlife concert hall in DC.
Echostage will be DC’s largest dedicated concert venue upon opening September 22, 2012. It encompasses 40,000 square feet and features internationally renowned artists in popular music entertainment on a weekly basis. Echostage will also become the new home of Club Glow.
Echostage is opening after undergoing two phases of renovation:
Phase A: Fall 2012
Echostage officially opened on September 22 with performances by Sander van Doorn, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and Roberto Gonzalez. It will remain open through January.
Located in place of the former DC Star Nightclub, this new venue underwent incredible renovations before the opening date. Echostage’s biggest highlight during this period will be its brand-new, state-of-the-art concert stage, complete with a full size LED wall. The stage will accommodate both DJs and live performances. Also look for sideline mezzanine VIP seating and plenty of outdoor parking spaces.
Phase B: Winter 2012
Expected to close from January through mid-March 2013, Echostage the venue will be adding an in-house kitchen and dining area, expanded and improved VIP sections, and install permanent audio and video solutions.
There are many game-changing discussions between echostage and local/national promoters from all genres of music and beyond.
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