The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Concert Hall
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is vibrant cultural hub that connects thousands of artists with millions of people each year — in person, online, and in their home communities.
The Concert Hall is located on the main level of the building through the Hall of Nations.
All entrances to Kennedy Center theaters, restaurants, and gift shops are accessible. Elevators operate between the garage, Foyer, and Terrace levels on the north (States) and south (Nations) sides of the building. Elevators also operate within theaters between the orchestra, tier, and balcony levels. Large Print Playbills also are available. Please see one of the friendly Washington Performing Arts associates outside the entrance to the Terrace Theater if you have any questions. For detailed information on accessibility services at the Kennedy Center, click here.
The Kennedy Center is accessible at the Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station on the Blue/Orange/Silver Lines. A free Kennedy Center shuttle bus is available from the Foggy Bottom station.
Information on garage hours, fees, accessibility, and parking at the Kennedy Center is available here. No parking discounts are available for Washington Performing Arts ticketholders.