DAR Constitution Hall may have started as a convention hall for the Daughters of the American Revolution, but it has turned into a prime location for concerts like Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds on Wednesday, July 23, 2014. Before you catch the show at this national landmark, browse through seating, parking, and other details below.
DAR Constitution Hall Seating Information
DAR Constitution Hall is a U-shaped venue with seating for more than 3,500 guests throughout the three levels of seating. The seating on the floor is labeled as the orchestra level, and consists of center, left and right sections. The rows start with A-G in the section closest to the front, and are followed by H-U in the next section and Rows AA-MM in the rear of the floor seating. Boxes surround the entire level from 1-52, with all of the odd numbers on the left and all of the even numbered boxes on the right. The upper tiers are the remaining level of seating, and sections start on the right side of the stage in Section A, and continue around the venue in alphabetical order to Section V on the left side of the stage.
DAR Constitution Hall General Information
To ensure the safety of everyone at the venue as well as the historic integrity of the building, all patrons are subject to search upon entry. Security reserves the right to deny entry of any items deemed unsafe.
DAR Constitution Hall Parking Information
Parking is very limited around DAR Constitution Hall, with metered parking available for a two-hour limit. The Colonial Parking Garage is located a few blocks away from the venue, and often stays open late to accommodate concert-goers. You can also pre-reserve a spot online ahead of time.
DAR Constitution Hall is accessible via the orange, blue, and red lines, but the stops are a 10-15 minute walk from the venue. The exit for both lines will be the 17th Street or 18th Street stops.
DAR Constitution Hall Gate Times
The doors generally open 1-2 hours before concerts, but be sure to check your tickets or the website before heading to the venue.
DAR Constitution Hall Accessibility
DAR Constitution Hall offers a slew of accessible seating for those in need of ADA accessible accommodations. Drop-off for people with mobility disabilities is at the D-Street entrance, but note that there is no accessible parking nearby. The venue has both wheelchair accessible seating and seating with removable and adapted armrests, giving guests with disabilities options for the concert. Listening devices, accessible restrooms, service animals, and many other accommodations will be available as well.