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Early Entertainment: Located at a thriving Pike Street intersection in Capitol Hill, this music club hosts awesome punk and indie-rock concerts and has attracted bands like Black Mountain, Vampire Weekend, Buckethead and The Reconteurs. The space was originally opened as Moe's Mo'Roc'N Cafe; in 1994 and re-launched in 2003 under its current name. The venue prides itself on "an always relevant and carefully curated music calendar, outstanding light production and state of the art sound system." The digs accomodate 800 fans, mostly with standing space, but three bars and balcony seating are available, too. Next door, Moe Bar offers a chill space in which to enjoy food and drinks (and a daily happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m.).

Live Music: Located at a thriving Pike Street intersection in Capitol Hill, this music club hosts awesome punk and indie-rock concerts and has attracted bands like Black Mountain, Vampire Weekend, Buckethead and The Reconteurs. The space was originally opened as Moe's Mo'Roc'N Café in 1994 and re-launched in 2003 under its current name. The venue prides itself on "an always relevant and carefully curated music calendar, outstanding light production and state of the art sound system." The digs accomodate 800 fans, mostly with standing space, but three bars and balcony seating are available, too. Next door, Moe Bar offers a chill space in which to enjoy food and drinks (and a daily happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m.).


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Early Entertainment, Live Music: "Grab a drink or food before the show at the adjacent Moe Bar (with happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m. daily)."

Best for Early Entertainment Because: Neumo's has long been a Capitol Hill institution for punk and indie-rock music acts; enjoy early shows and happy hour deals at the bar, too.

Best for Live Music Because: Neumo's is a favorite Capitol Hill spot where punk and indie-rock concerts showcase artists both well-known and budding.

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Early Entertainment: Located at a thriving Pike Street intersection in Capitol Hill, this music club hosts awesome punk and indie-rock concerts and has attracted bands like Black Mountain, Vampire Weekend, Buckethead and The Reconteurs. The space was originally opened as Moe's Mo'Roc'N Cafe; in 1994 and re-launched in 2003 under its current name. The venue prides itself on "an always relevant and carefully curated music calendar, outstanding light production and state of the art sound system." The digs accomodate 800 fans, mostly with standing space, but three bars and balcony seating are available, too. Next door, Moe Bar offers a chill space in which to enjoy food and drinks (and a daily happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m.).

Live Music: Located at a thriving Pike Street intersection in Capitol Hill, this music club hosts awesome punk and indie-rock concerts and has attracted bands like Black Mountain, Vampire Weekend, Buckethead and The Reconteurs. The space was originally opened as Moe's Mo'Roc'N Café in 1994 and re-launched in 2003 under its current name. The venue prides itself on "an always relevant and carefully curated music calendar, outstanding light production and state of the art sound system." The digs accomodate 800 fans, mostly with standing space, but three bars and balcony seating are available, too. Next door, Moe Bar offers a chill space in which to enjoy food and drinks (and a daily happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m.).

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Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Early Entertainment, Live Music: "Grab a drink or food before the show at the adjacent Moe Bar (with happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m. daily)."

Best for Early Entertainment Because: Neumo's has long been a Capitol Hill institution for punk and indie-rock music acts; enjoy early shows and happy hour deals at the bar, too.

Best for Live Music Because: Neumo's is a favorite Capitol Hill spot where punk and indie-rock concerts showcase artists both well-known and budding.

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