First time here? Welcome!
We love meeting new people and their friends. Come say hello!
The Weirdo Show is for you if you...
*love the bizarre, the strange, the unique (and if you are too)
*love to be grossed out
*love to be surprised
*love awkward laughter
*love to support live entertainment, local artists and small venues
*want to impress a new date (or rid yourself of someone wound too tightly)
*are looking for an unusual way to spend a Friday night with friends
*are new to town and want to find fellow weirdos
*are celebrating a birthday (let us know; we'll take it from there)
It is NOT for you if you...
*are easily offended
*are under 21
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is free street parking available. We are fond of 23rd Street for good, free parking closeby after 6:30 pm but always give yourself time to park in DC. The Dupont Circle metro station (red line) is your best bet for public transportation. Take the Q Street exit to walk towards the Bier Baron (approx. 10 min walk).
What can/can't I bring to the event?
The DC Weirdo Show loves birthday parties. You are welcome to bring birthday cake into the venue. Please tell us when you buy your tickets in advance if you are celebrating. YES bring your friends, YES bring your weird!
We have house photographers who handle that and we will post glorious moments from the show on our website (dcweirdoshow.com). Unless specifically asked by a performer, please no cameras and keep your phones in your pocket. Thanks!
Is it reserved seating?
Unless you buy a "Weirdos, Party of Four" VIP 4-ticket package, it is open table seating at the Bier Baron. We recommend arriving early to secure a good spot - or go for a Weirdos, Party of Four and we'll hold a sweet table for you + three of your favorite weirdos!
Is this show accessible?
There are six concrete steps leading up to the Bier Baron, three more up to the upstairs bar where the show is. The space is too narrow to accomodate a wheelchair and the bathrooms are inaccessible for wheelchairs. We are pursuing ASL interpretation for our shows.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
To contact the producers of the DC Weirdo Show, email us at michelle(at)dcweirdoshow.com or mark(at)dcweirdoshow.com.
To contact the Bier Baron, call 202-293-1887.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nope. There will be a list at the door; just show your ID and you're good to go.
What is the refund policy?
In the rare event our show is canceled (weather, etc.), you can use your ticket towards a future show. We play every month, so you have plenty of future opportunities. We'll be in touch if that ever happens. All other sales are final - hey, it's only fifteen bucks and you are supporting local artists. That's so nice of you!
Vendors and volunteers get to see the show for free the night they are vending/working.Vendors of Circusy, Sideshow, Burlesque, Variety Arts Merchandise or Services:
Vending is permission-based at the DC Weirdo Show, granted on a case-by-case basis and space is tight at our venue. Vendors must request space in advance. Performers cast in the show that night get first reservations on the vending area and, if the show sells out/we are pressed for space, we may ask you to adjust accordingly on short notice. To vend, please email michelle(at)dcweirdoshow.com to make your request for space!
DC Weirdo Show Volunteers:
We respect your privacy and never rent, sell or giveaway customer or performer information.