in a Musical Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Monday, January 19
This free program, part of the free daily performance series on the Millennium Stage, will take place in the Concert Hall at The Kennedy Center and will feature nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer and actress Natalie Cole and the Let Freedom Ring Choir.
Music Director Rev. Nolan Williams Jr. Georgetown University will award the 13th annual John Thompson Jr. Legacy of a Dream Award to George Jones, Chief Executive Officer of Bread for the City, a local organization that provides food, clothing, medical care, legal counsel, and comprehensive social services to vulnerable low-income residents.
*Note: Tickets are required and will be distributed the day of the event in the Hall of Nations, max of two tickets per person, beginning at 5:00pm. All patrons are asked to be seated by 5:40pm. Please enter through the Hall of Nations.
The Kennedy Center - Millennium Stage
Metro: Foggy Bottom and take the free Kennedy Center shuttle that runs every ten minutes. Note: The Kennedy Center Shuttle stop at the Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station will temporarily relocate about 200 feet south on 23rd Street, between H and I Streets, on the same side of the street, due to construction. Once the sidewalk work is completed, the shuttle stop will return to its regular location. Driving? Parking in the garage is rather expensive. You might be better off parking a little further away and taking an uberx to the Kennedy Center. Download the Uber app and get $20 off your 1st uberX, Uber Black or Uber SUV ride with promo code FREEINDC14