DAR Constitution Hall History
DAR Constitution Hall was built back in 1929 and has been one of the most popular
venues in Washington, D.C. ever since. The building was initially joined with the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum,
a genealogical library, and other administrative offices to help handle the ever increasing delegations at Memorial Continental
Hall but now is home to a wide array of performing arts events. The venue was deemed a National Historic Landmark in 1985
and has long been a go-to place for lovers of the performing arts in and around the Nation's Capital. Be sure to get your
tickets to DAR Constitution Hall from StubHub early as all of the venue's biggest shows sell out quickly.
Constitution Hall Events
DAR Constitution Hall has a well-deserved reputation for bringing in many of the best performers
in the world and has been host to performances by such big time musical acts as Il Divo, Tori Amos, Nick Cave and the Bad
Seeds, Bow Wow, Joe Bonamassa, and others. Comedians like Russell Peters and George Lopez have also been a big part of the
schedule at DAR Constitution Hall over the years and have delivered routines that have left the audience in stitches. The
venue has also been home to speeches by such luminaries as Neil deGrasse Tyson so no matter what your interests are there
is sure to be something fascinating going on at DAR Constitution Hall in the near future.
the Nation's Capital, there is certainly never a shortage of things to do in Washington, D.C. If you are looking for some
culture feel free to check out any of the Smithsonian museums or the monuments scattered throughout the city. Additionally
there are sports franchises representing all of the major sports leagues including the Washington Redskins of the NFL, MLB's
Washington Nationals, the Washington Capitals of the NHL, and the NBA's Washington Wizards. Of course, D.C. has long been
known for its music scene from hip hop to the hard core punk scene that really took off in the Eighties courtesy of all of
the well known Dischord Records bands. Washington DC is a city that has plenty to offer for lovers of the performing arts.
In addition to National Theatre, StubHub has tickets to numerous DC venues including DAR Constitution Hall.
Constitution Hall Seating Layout
DAR Constitution Hall seats up to 3,702 patrons with the option of balcony or orchestra
seating. The 1,234 orchestra seats give fans the chance to see their favorite acts up close while the 2,208 balcony seats
offer a birds eye view and allow guests to really soak in the atmosphere of the historic venue. Whatever event you choose
to attend at DAR Constitution Hall you are sure to have an unforgettable time which will leave you eager to come back for
DAR Constitution Hall was built in the Classical Revival style has hosted several significant
events including the premiere of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and the taping of Eddie Murphy's Delirious and Chris Rock's
HBO special Never Scared.