Venue Spotlight

    Gypsy Sally’s






    Gypsy Sally’s

    Washington DC


    Brand new venue is already making waves in the nation’s capital with amazing shows and a great performance space.



    Introducing Gypsy Sally’s!  This brand new venue in the nation’s capital is set to be opening on Sept 12, 2013 and will be located at 3401 K Street NW (Georgetown).  “We’re very excited to announce the upcoming opening of Gypsy Sally’s – Where the Music Never Stops!”  There’s tremendous buzz about this venue as live music finally comes back to Georgetown!



    The club will feature many genres of live music including Americana, Country, Rock, Bluegrass, Indie, Jazz, Blues, and more.  The listed capacity is 300 and bands will be pleased to learn of their Tour Bus / Van + Trailer parking available. 


    Audio Specs for their sound system include:


    Main Room Sound: Console: Behringer X32

    32 Ch.,16 Bus, 40 Bit Digital Mixing Console 

    Speakers: FOH:  3 EAW KF 761(tops) and 4 EAW SB 250 2 x 15″ (Subs) Per Side

    Power: FOH: Stereo W/3 Crown Macrotech 5002& 1Crown Macrotech 2402 Per Side

    Monitors Console: 32 x 16 Behringer X32 (See Description above)

    Monitor Spkrs: 8 ATK W/1 x 12″ Spkr. (Lows) & 1″ x 1″  Compression Driver (Hi’s)


    Stage 16′ x 22′ x 2′

    Green room, private bath and shower (with spacious with a view of the Key Bridge and Potomac River)

    Gypsy Sally’s will even feature the Vinyl lounge for hosting pre/post show parties and private events.

    William Gravatt has been hired as the talent buyer and is already stocking the calendar with some 

    great shows.  Already since they’ve opened they’ve had some great shows and artists from around the country including Adam Ezra Group, Hackensaw Boys, Jack Grace Band, Midnight Spaghetti, Girls Guns and Glory, Roscoe Bandana and many others!



    November 10 Flow Tribe

    November 15 Jerry Joseph

    November 16 The Walkaways

    November 21 Kung Fu

    November 22 Yarn

    November 23 Acoustic Syndicate

    November 23 Randy Thompson

    December 21 Crushed Out