Please note: This event has already occurred.
If you’ve been around D.C. long enough, you may have heard references to the mysterious (and slightly sketchy) after-hours venue called the House of Secrets. Though it has been officially closed for years, this LeDroit-Park-house-turned-club is back and legal, at least for one night. The reason for this is an appearance by Berlin’s Till Van Sein, who specializes in the kind of warm, deep house beats that keep people on the dance floor for hours. (Locals Chris Burns and Sarah Myers, who travel the same path, open the night.) Look for separate rooms featuring DJs from D.C.’s Future Times label and, for early arrivals, Kid Congo Powers of the Cramps and the Gun Club rocking the decks during an open bar. (9 to 10:30 p.m.)