DAR Constitution Hall has provided visitors with entertainment for almost a century, showcasing the top performers in showbiz up to the present day. It’s wise to book DAR Constitution Hall parking ahead of time with BestParking rather than look for a space at the last minute. While the venue first opened in April 1929, it had its first concert in November of that year, hosting Efrem Zimbalist, Anna Case, Sophie Braslau and Hans Barth. Its early history included country music concerts by Connie B. Gay, films by the National Geographic Society and concerts by the National Symphony Orchestra. It has since hosted shows by comedians Chris Rock, Robin Williams, Richard Pryor, Art Buchwald, George Carlin, Amy Schumer, Jay Leno, Rodney Dangerfield and Bob Hope. In 1939, the venue notably hosted the premiere of the film Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. The venue hosted the National Symphony Orchestra from 1930 to 1971. Many significant performing artists have performed at DAR Constitution Hall, including Wilco, Bryan Adams, John Denver, Harry Styles, Whitney Houston, Dave Matthews, Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Joan Baez, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Kenny Rogers, Duke Ellington, Ray Charles, Elton John, Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Kenny G, the Beach Boys, the British Royal Philharmonic, U-2, Billy Joel, the Doobie Brothers, Luciano Pavarotti, Fleetwood Mac and the Bolshoi Ballet, among many others. This famous concert hall has consistently secured the best musical talent for concert-goers, so it’s crucial to book DAR Constitution Hall parking well in advance of the show with BestParking.
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