Owners of Jammin’ Java Are Opening a New D.C. Music Venue at Southwest Development The Wharf

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Southwest Waterfront development The Wharf is going to be bustling with live music when it opens this fall. Besides The Anthem and Pearl Street Warehouse, there’s going to be another new music venue coming to the neighborhood.

Union Stage will be a 450-person capacity space that’ll serve as an intimate spot for live music and also host community events. Slated to open in Oct., the 7,500 square-foot venue will be operated by brothers Daniel, Luke and Jonathan Brindley, who have found success with their Northern Virginia music spot Jammin’ Java.

“We are excited to be able to use our 16 years of experience in this industry to bring D.C. a live music and concert experience for all ages,” said Daniel Brindley in a statement. “Union Stage is truly a realization of the power of music to bring people together, and we can’t wait to share it with everyone.”

Their new venue will be a welcomed addition to the city, promising to offer “everything from rock concerts to seated acoustic shows, to large-scale private events to kids concerts and local community activities.” Union Stage will be just down the road from the 6,000-capacity venue The Anthem, which is operated by promotions company and 9:30 Club owners I.M.P., in addition to the 300-capacity Pearl Street Warehouse.