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Echostage

Washington, DC
2135 Queens Chapel Rd NE Washington, DC, 20018
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  • Matthew Lynch 1 day ago

    Had a great time. Went to see Carl Cox, he was awesome. Echostage is a great place. The staff there does a great job taking care of the guest. Definitely a large area. I've been there twice now and had a great time both times. They were passing out free Waters at the front to make sure everybody was staying hydrated. The restrooms were easily accessible and considering very well maintained. The staff up front was very professional. And the wait was not too long to get in. Great place to hang out and have a good time with friends.

  • Jordan Schwartz 6 days ago

    I always love attending Echostage! By far the best club I've been to! Fair prices for entry and not sexist! Beautiful special effects. The music is much louder than a typical club because this is setup as a concert venue! You WILL feel uncomfortable without earplugs! I recommend getting a $15-$20 pair off of Amazon. I don't know if echo still has a shuttle, but I have never seen information about it and i recommend getting an Uber a couple blocks away after.

  • Jeran Gray 8 days ago

    The stage has a great layout. The whole place has high ceilings so it feels very open. The bars are along the sides of the venue so it's easy to get drinks during the show. I had a great time.

  • Lly Itz 10 days ago

    When I've visited it's been well staffed with security and bar tenders, all staff have been really nice and responsive. Amazing venue for DJs, great sound system and visuals- screens, lights, lasers, fog. There are 4 large bars throughout the venue and a huge bathroom that is kept well cleaned. Love the dual level layout where you have the choice to be upstairs or downstairs, it's the 9:30 Club sized up. Haven't had any complaints so far with my experience here, except maybe that rail drinks are on the pricey side, $10, but I guess that's expected in DC at a big club.

  • Florencia Davila 20 days ago

    I barely go now but I used to think of echo as my second home when I was younger. Mainly I think I just grew out of it because I work more and seen most of the artists that come by. The sound and lasers are amazing. They host really great shows but it can get crowded. I've learned to take a hand fan to cool down. They also host a variety of shows so it's welcoming for everybody Edit: so I've been to a couple of clubs out in Florida, Vegas, Philly, and NYC yet, Echo is my favorite. I cant help but compare them to here. And it's both GA and table service. There is one in Tampa that has a similar layout but the sound and visual productions here is way better. Layout here is simple but you can get a clear view anywhere on bottom or top floor. Outside area is nice too to take a break. Hands down my favorite place to be

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