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Think Pink Tuesday at Barcode – 2.5.13

Think Pink Tuesday at Barcode – 2.5.13

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Post Date: February 02, 2013


February 5, 2013 10pm
Barcode (1101 17th St NW, DC)

Breast cancer awareness shouldn’t be limited to breast cancer awareness month. In 2009 (the most recent statistics available) 211,731 women in the United States alone were diagnosed with breast cancer. An astounding 40,676 women died due to breast cancer that year, again just in the United States.

Everyone can help make a difference, which is why we’re accepting donations to the cause. There is no minimum donation, any amount will help further breast cancer research. To say thanks, every person that donates will get a pink DJ Saam wristband similar to the one in our flyer to the right.

For every bottle of Ketel One purchased Barcode will donate $50 to the cause.

Tables / Reservations & More Info: 202.271.1171

Barcode Tuesdays bring 18+ nightlife to a new level. Insane drink specials, hookah on the patio and a full menu served until midnight are just the beginning. Entry is free all night for everyone!

Drink Specials:
  • $3 Bud Light
  • $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon
  • $5 Patron XO Cafe
  • $9 Red Bull & Vodka
  • $150 Bottles of Ciroc vodka (all flavors)

Tables, birthdays, exclusives:

Entry/Guest List:

Entry is always free for everyone 18+ at #BarcodeTuesdays


DJ Saam faces off against the area’s best DJs every Tuesday. A new experience every week with an open format including your favorites in Top 40, dance, and mashups.


10:00PM – 2:00AM

Keep it fresh, crisp and clean. No shorts, sandals or baggy anything. You’re going out and it’s not to the mall. Looking ‘put together’ is everything.


Barcode is located at 1101 17th Street NW: entrance on L street.


Barcode provides comfort built on a high-end backdrop of marble, open-air and illumination. The venue boasts a 45 ft bar, HDTV’s, massive booths, a lounge area with projector, dining area/dance floor and sliding glass-door-panels in the spring/summer to create an indoor/outdoor ambiance. At night many of the tables are removed to provide space for dancing and mingling.

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