Under management by the 9:30 Club ,the historic Lincoln Theatre showcases indie favorites such as Feist, jazz legends like Roy Ayers, and assorted others. Once a movie theater, vaudeville house, and nightclub featuring black stars such as Louis Armstrong and Cab Calloway, the theater closed in the 1970s and then reopened in 1994 after a renovation restored it to its former elegance.
Washington, D.C.› Nightlife
1215 U St. NW, at 13th Street
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