On Friday, Backstreet Boys released their latest single “Chances,” announced their upcoming tenth studio album “DNA” and a world tour set for 2019. First American stop? D.C.’s Capital One Arena. Backstreet’s back, alright!
Pour your own beer, new food kiosks and self-serve concession stands are among upgrades and renovations unveiled this week at Capital One Arena downtown. See photos and video.
Monumental, in partnership with food and beverage vendor Aramark Sports & Entertainment, spent $40 million to install new seating, add and redesign concessions and modernize the concourses.
Grab your neon leggings or denim overalls: New Kids on the Block and some other ’80s and ’90s music stars are coming to D.C.
“I am confident that we have the team to do it again,” a Washington Capitals fan from Howard County, Maryland, told WTOP outside the Capital One Arena, where the Caps beat the Boston Bruins 7-0 in Wednesday’s home opener. See photos.
It’s your last chance to see one of the most iconic artists of all time, who combined poetic lyrics, dazzling piano skills, flamboyant showmanship and an angelic voice like few others. Here is a look back at the career of Elton John, as his farewell tour hits D.C. this weekend.
Some of the biggest names in music are coming to rock D.C., Maryland and Virginia over the next few days.
D.C.’s police chief is crediting the Stanley Cup-winning Washington Capitals fans for their role in a huge, loud street celebration that resulted in a single arrest.
When the fans are gone, Capital One Arena will prepare for construction dust, with $40 million worth of upgrades coming. And Monumental Sports & Entertainment is giving fans willing to spend a little more a first look at what will be the new PwC Club.
It only took a few minutes, but tickets for the watch party for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final at Capital One Arena are sold out.
Flight restrictions were suspended Monday night as the nation’s capital celebrated another Caps win in the Stanley Cup Final, and NBC Washington’s Chopper 4 was there to capture the sea of red.
Caps’ TJ Oshie and Matt Niskanen took the metro to the Capital One Arena for Game 3 and fans were there to prove it.
Fans of the Wizards and Caps will be able to enjoy some new renovations at Capital One Arena starting next season. The improvements will cost $40 million.
Elton John’s farewell tour will make a stop in D.C. in September. Tickets go on sale Feb. 2.
D.C. area fans of Bon Jovi won’t be livin’ on a prayer now that the rock legend has announced the second leg of his tour. Find out when he’ll be in Washington.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.