Constant companion and I were able to catch Smokey Robinson in the concert hall. What a performance! Great acoustics and just the right size. A gem of a performing arts center.
The Kennedy center is a wonderful venue for arts with a great variety of performances and some of them for free. The building is nice and if you're interested they offer tours. The view from the terrace is great too.
I went with my best friend to see Mary Poppins and we had a great time. This was our second time seeing a play at the Kennedy center. The seats we had were great. We were able to see everything on stage. We also got to enjoy a concert that was performing before the beginning of the play. The gift... More
Music, dance, theater, lectures, and more. Whatever is going on when you're in town, I'd recommend a night or two at KC. The talent they bring in here is typically first rate. There are several stages and usually a range of ticket prices. The subway stop in Foggy Bottom is a long long walk for KC, so if you're dressed... More
Neat building, great performances, always a good time. The Millenium Stage combines everything with the unbeatable price of Free! No dress code for the MS, and worth the time to walk over.
This venue offers performances from opera to the Phantom of the Opera. There are also a food court and "white table cloth" restaurant. From time to time there are free performances offered.
Very grand place, just beautiful. Great place to take kids to see the Hall of Flags. Go out on the terrace and see one of the prettiest views in D.C..
My wife and I recent saw Chris Botti at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall. The hall was beautiful and acoustically great!
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