As part of festivities for the Stanley Cup Final, the Capitals will be continuing their in-the-streets festival outside Capital One Arena starting at 4 pm Monday, prior to the team’s Game Four matchup against Vegas. Headlining the activities will be a free concert on the steps of the National Portrait Gallery at 8th and G Streets by Fall Out Boy.
Fans who don’t have a ticket can watch the game on the big board and multiple screens outside Capital One Arena, where the Caps will once again be hosting an outdoor watch party. All Hockey Fest activities are free open to the public.
If you are trying to avoid the masses outside COA, but still want to attend a viewing party with other Caps fans, you can head on over to Farragut Square at 17th and K Streets.
The event is hosted by the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District and the National Park Service, and in partnership with the Capitals, Monumental Sports and Entertainment, and the NHL.
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No tickets for Game 4 of the Washington Capitals’ quest for the Stanley Cup on Monday? No problem! Hockey fans are invited to “rock the red” in Farragut Square for an outdoor watch party on Monday evening, June 4. The event is being hosted by the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District (BID) and the National Park Service, in collaboration with the Washington Capitals, Monumental Sports and Entertainment, and the National Hockey League (NHL).
Farragut Square, at 17th and K Streets, is conveniently located adjacent to two Metro stations – Farragut North and Farragut West. Those planning to attend the watch party are asked to bring blankets to sit on or low folding chairs. Game time is 8 p.m., but fans can arrive early to plan their seating or picnic on the lawn.
In the event of inclement weather that would force cancellation of the outdoor watch party, an update will be posted on the Golden Triangle website on Monday afternoon. Visit goldentriangledc.com for more information about the Golden Triangle BID, which hosts more than 100 outdoor events throughout the summer season.
For more information, visit the Caps’ website, where they have What You Need to Know for Game Four.
Past outdoor viewing parties include Gateway Park for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against Tampa, and outside Capital One Arena for Game 3. The Caps have also opened up Capital One Arena to watch the team’s away games all series.
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