The Filene Center at Wolf Trap is an outdoor amphitheater built out of Douglas Fir and Southern Yellow Pine trees. This venue is part of the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, which is run by the National Park Service and is situated in a 117-acre park. The venue features concerts by popular musical acts such as Diana Ross, The Avett Brothers and Buddy Guy. The center also hosts two annual celebrations: The Summer Blast Off! with the US Marine Band and a winter Holiday Sing-A-Long. You can grab the best Filene Center at Wolf Trap tickets at StubHub.
How does Filene Center at Wolf Trap seating work?
Most Filene Center at Wolf Trap events are general admission lawn seating. That means there is no assigned seating. Seating is first come, first served, so you will need to arrive early to pick the best spot on the lawn. The venue does allow you bring lawn chairs with you; however, you will need to use a specific seating section located at the back of the lawn. There is also orchestra and loge seating available.
Where can I park?
The venue has its own on-site parking lot. Please note that this parking area fills up fast, so it's best to arrive early or carpool with friends.
Is the Filene Center at Wolf Trap accessible by public transportation?
Yes, there is a Wolf Trap express shuttle operated by the Fairfax Connector that offers round-trip services to and from the West Falls Church Metro Station (Orange Line).
Is the center accessible for those with disabilities?
Yes, this is an accessible venue. You can purchase Filene Center at Wolf Trap tickets with a disability option.
Is there an age limit for attending Filene Center at Wolf Trap shows?
No, most of the shows at the Filene Center at Wolf Trap are all-age events. Please note that children over the age of 2 will need their own ticket for entry.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?
The Filene Center at Wolf Trap has a wide range of food options at their concession stand located in the main plaza area. Some of the food options include burgers, pulled pork, hot dogs and healthy salads as well as ice cream and candy. There is also an on-site restaurant that offers panini sandwiches, flatbreads and wings. You are also allowed to bring in your own food and drinks to enjoy.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
Yes, as part of the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, the venue has numerous other entertainment options available. The Barns at Wolf Trap is built out of two 18th century barns and features folk singers and chamber musicians. There is also the Children's Theatre-in-the-Woods, which hosts kid-friendly events such as puppet shows, storytelling shows and music and dance productions.Back to Top