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DAR Constitution Hall - Washington DC, DC
The DAR Constitution Hall is a concert hall located at 1776 D Street NW, Washington D.C., United States. The arena was built in 1929. The National Symphony was founded at the venue in 1930, and it continued to call it home for 41 years approx. The building of the DAR Constitution Hall had a glass ceiling until the 1950s, which shows a view of the stars. The architecture of the arena was designed by John Russel Rope.
The venue has hosted hundreds of shows and events since its inauguration. It has featured Chris Rock and Robin Williams, Jeopardy!, Whitney Houston, County Music Association Awards, HBO Specials with Eddie Murphy, 2012 CNN Republican Presidential Debate, and Fast Money. The venue is also used for the school commencements, concerts, corporate meetings, conferences, televised events, and many other performances.
The arena has hosted the Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat in 2002. From the year 1930 until 1971, the theater was also the home to the National Symphony Orchestra. The knowledgeable fact about this arena is that every President of the United States, since Calvin Coolidge till present one, has attended at least one show here at DAR Constitution Hall.
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