Congressman Michael Turner

Representing the 10th District of Ohio

Entertainment

Entertainment

Washington, D.C., is a town brimming with history and culture and your visit here will provide lasting memories for years to come. Below, you will find a listing of some of the more popular tours and information which will assist you in planning to view these sites in order to make your trip the most enjoyable experience it can be.
Ticketmaster: (800) 551-7328

Sports:

Baltimore Orioles - Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Washington Wizards - Verizon Center

Washington Capitals - Verizon Center

Washington Redskins - FedEx Field Landover, MD

Outdoor Theaters:

Merriweather Post Pavilion - performing arts offers symphonic music, and pop concerts. Only open during warm weather. Telephone: 800/551-7328 (Columbia, Maryland) and 301/596-0660(in D.C.) 

Wolf Trap Farm park for the Performing Arts - Virginia Route 7 near Vienna, Virginia. The nation's first National Park for the performing arts offers opera, symphonic music, pop concerts, jazz and ballet. Only open during warm weather. Price of admission varies depending on program. Telephone: 703/938-3800.

Theaters:

Arena Stage - 6th and Maine Avenue, SW. 202/488-3300 or 800/777-2238 

D.C. Space - 7th and E Street, NW202/347-4960

Discovery Theater - performances for young audiences Smithsonian's Arts and Industries Building 900 Jefferson Drive, SW202/357-1500

Ford's Theater - 511 10th Street, NW202/347-4833

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - New Hampshire Avenue at Rock Creek Parkway, NW202/254-3600

National Theater - 1321 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW202/628-6161

Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger - 301 E. Capitol Street, SE202/547-3230

Source Theatre - 1809 14th Street, NE Mainstage - 202/462-1073

Studio Theater - 1401 Church Street, NW202/332-3300

Washington Ballet - 3515 Wisconsin Avenue, NW202/362-3606

Washington Performing Arts Society - 1029 Vermont Avenue, NW202/393-3600