Washington DC Travel Guide and City Tour
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC is one of America's top facilities for the performing arts. Completed in 1971, the facility features theater, dance, ballet, and concert events.
The three main theatres at Kennedy Center are the Concert Hall, the Opera House and Eisenhower Theater. Over 2,000 performances occur at the center annually.
Visitors to Washington DC can enjoy free nightly concerts at Kennedy Center each evening at 6 PM. The hour-long performance is put on by up-and-coming American and international artists.
Free guided tours of the Kennedy Center are also available.
For information about upcoming performances, please visit the official website.
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is located on the east bank of the Potomac River in Washington DC next to the infamous Watergate Building.