Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center
Free Performances every day at 6pm.
As part of the Kennedy Center's "Performing Arts for Everyone" initiative, visitors can enjoy local, national, and international artists as they showcase their talents in music, dance, theater, and more.
Most Millennium Stage performances take place indoors in the Kennedy Center's Grand Foyer, though special programs may be hosted in Concert Hall, Terrace Theater, or even outdoors on the South Plaza Stage overlooking the Potomac River.
No tickets are required, though seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Above right: The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, photo by Carol Pratt
HoursDaily at 6pm, unless otherwise noted..
|Latvian Voices: The Power of Latvian Song|
|Hector Coco Barez|
|Rolanda Carter: Letter to the Lovers|
|In To and Out Of: Choreography by Ann Sofie Clemmensen|
|UMD On the Move!|
|The Domingo–Cafritz Young Artists|
|National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship Program|
|Robert Woofter: Electric Idols|
|The Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival: Catherine Cohen|
|Mark Twain Prize: Dave Chappelle - Duke Ellington School|
|Kids Euro Festival: Popolvar|
|Kids Euro Festival: Are we all the same? No, we are not!|
|Lokvar Puppets: Daddy is a Hero|
|Reggae Meets Korean Pansori|
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