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59 Years of Cheers

An Iconic Campus Reinvented

Discover the Future of RFK Stadium

Quick Facts

1969

Renamed Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium

45,423

Seating Capacity

8,000+

Parking spaces

About RFK Stadium

RFK Stadium was part of the fabric of Washington, DC’s history, serving as center stage for sports and entertainment in the city for 59 years. As one of the nation’s first true multi-purpose stadiums, RFK gave sports and music fans decades of unforgettable memories and iconic events. While RFK Stadium is currently closed to the public, the adjacent area is DC’s newest recreational hub - a collection of athletic fields, festival grounds and other open air venues together known as the RFK Campus. Today, the RFK Campus continues to reinvent itself, offering one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences like seasonal drive-in movies and more.

Find out more about how we are reimagining the future of the RFK Campus for generations to come.

The Future of RFK