Web Of Night
Last Updated: 06/30/04
OUTSIDE WEB OF NIGHT
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South Capitol Street
South Capitol Street
South Capitol & M Streets (Web of Night is behind & to the left over this bridge)
Half Street, approaching the back of Web of Night
Half Street (Left side of Web) and L St. (Back of Web)
Half & L Sts. (Back & Left Sides of the Web)
The end of Half St., one block past the Web
Front of Web of Night (Half & K Streets)
Front of The Web, Garage, & Parking
Back of The Web, Alley & Storage Bldg.
Web Parking Lot
Leaving Web of Night
h Photo Welcome to my nightmare...
Web of Night is a large, busy Gothic- Industrial-Darkwave Nightclub in Southeast DC, that caters to an entirely different subculture than the well-heeled clubs and bistros common to Northwest and Mid-town DC.
The Web is home to House DJ's GeMiN][, Caine & Diablo, as well as MC Nomad & NSA Productions' local bands Oueste Koaste Madnys & Various Larrys, as well as local guest DJ's Mohawk Adam, Twisted Scott and Red Steve from It's A Chrissy and The Roxy.
The suave and alluring original owner, Nicholas Succorso, disappeared without a trace a year or so ago, perhaps caught up in his own tangled web somewhere. A partnership formed by singer Anya Star, MC Nomad and DJ GeMiN][ stepped in to buy out the club last year. Months later Gem was bought out by Star's sister Shavone Summers, and Star herself bought out all but a token share from Nomad. Then, rumor has it Nomad turned around in late 2003 and bought both sisters out. Gem's apartment in Baltimore burned to the ground, leaving no trace behind of its owner. Not to be left out, in true Web fashion, neither sister has been seen in months, a fate seemingly shared with every person save one who has ever owned The Web, leaving patrons to wonder who is really minding the store... and unsure they want the answer.
Featuring three dance floors with separate DJ's, 2 stages, 5 bars, and a second & third floors balcony VIP Lounge, Web of Night has already become notorious, in its own right, in the DC underground scene as a magnet for counterculture.
PHOTO TOUR OF THE WEB OF NIGHT:
Hosted at the former Parks Meats Warehouse on Benning Road, off Kenilworth Avenue, N.E.
If you missed this landmark event, click on the above link for highlights from this once in a lifetime party!
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