West Side of the U.S. Capitol, Washington, DC
The U.S. Army Band continues its annual tradition of presenting free concerts of Classical Pops, Big Band, Rock, and Patriotic music on the West Side of the U.S. Capitol with the series we like to call: Sunsets with a Soundtrack. The public will be allowed to place lawn chairs on the stone terrace in front of the band on the West Side of the Capitol, and on the West Lawn (when available). Food is permitted; however, NO alcohol or glass bottles are allowed.
Concerts are weekly on Fridays at 8:00 p.m. from June 2 through August 25. Note: there will be no performance on Friday, June 30 or Friday, August 18.
These performances are FREE and no tickets are required; however, group reservations, for groups of 15+ are recommended. Please email Jen Maly: email@example.com to make a group reservation.
Here’s a quick visual of the summer concert series schedule. Click on the venue name for directions:
Our Sunsets with a Soundtrack concerts are located on the West Side of the U.S. Capitol.
The public will be allowed to place lawn chairs on the stone terrace in front of the band on the West Side of the Capitol, and on the West Lawn (when available). Food is permitted; however, NO alcohol or glass bottles are allowed.
Free public parking is available in the evenings next the Capitol Reflecting Pool at the end of Pennsylvania Avenue.
There are three subway stops found within walking distance of the Capitol:
Additional information on riding the subway, which is called the Metro, is available at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority homepage here.
Directions to BRUCKER HALL