Discount Ticket Offers for DCYOP Families

The following special tickets for FEBRUARY are being offered to DCYOP families by our friends at the Kennedy Center (updated January 31, 2024):

Ways to get your tickets:
  1. Click the links below each event to purchase online and your discount should appear automatically.
  2. Go to the calendar page and click “Add Promo Code” to type in offer number 548664..
  3. Call (202) 467-4600 or visit the Box Office and mention offer number 548664..

*Discounts available in all sections except the box tier and lowest price seats. Offer is limited and subject to availability. Not valid on previously purchased tickets. Offer may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Service fees may apply.*

  • Friday, February 2
    Concert Hall
    NSO Pops: An Evening with Seth MacFarlane and Liz Gillies

    An Evening with Seth MacFarlane and Liz Gillies unfolds with the grandeur of the National Symphony Orchestra, blending the talents of two celebrated actors, vocalists, and longtime friends/collaborators. Join us for a night of lush, orchestral jazz duets and comedy that promises to be nothing short of spectacular!

    Click here for special $20 tickets
  • Friday, February 2 – Sunday, February 11
    Family Theater
    The Girl Who Become Legend

    The town of Dustbin is known for two things: rules and dust. But one day, Raina spies a cloud in the sky—and adventure ensues with Calamity Jane, Johnny Appleseed… and a thunderstorm! Coming to the Center from ZACH Theatre in Austin, TX, this charming new folktale takes the stage, packed with spirited tunes.

    Click here for special $10 tickets
  • Wednesday, February 7 & Thursday, February 8
    Concert Hall
    Hilary Hahn plays Korngold’s Violin Concerto | Noseda conducts Beethoven’s “Eroica”

    A glamorous, extraordinary fusion of Viennese romance and Old Hollywood! Three-time Grammy® winner and Musical America’s 2023 “Artist of the Year” Hilary Hahn performs the masterful Violin Concerto by composer and Hollywood film-score legend Erich Wolfgang Korngold. “The Korngold Concerto does not shy away from grand gestures,” Hahn mused in a recent interview. “It sweeps everyone into its emotional momentum.” Then, brace yourself for the immortal “Eroica” Symphony, Beethoven’s vast ode to heroism, revolution, and freedom.

    Click here for special $10 tickets
  • Tuesday, February 13
    Terrace Theater
    Gateways Chamber Players: A Fiddler’s Tale

    An all-star lineup of leading musicians comes together to perform two iconic works: Igor Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale Suite and Wynton Marsalis’ A Fiddler’s Tale. Written with novelist C. F. Ramuz as a work that could be produced easily and economically during World War I, Stravinsky’s suite tells of a soldier who deals with the devil, rising to fame and fortune, but crumbling when the devil returns to reclaim his soul. Created as a response to The Soldier’s Tale Suite, Marsalis’ A Fiddler’s Tale brings the story into the present and into his own sound world, pulling in elements of jazz, blues, ragtime, and more. All members of the Gateways Music Festival, this special ensemble includes members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Imani Winds, The Phoenix Symphony, and more.

    Click here for special $10 tickets