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The venue was intimate and the sound quality was great. Joe Jackson performed for more than two hours mixing old hits with his new album. Not a bad seat in the Lincoln Theater. We will definitely be back!!
DC has a number of venues like the Lincoln Theatre that are prime spots for seeing live music. Historic theatre space renovated (not sure how long ago) and modernized in all the right ways. Seating maxes out at 1225 people, so big crowds are never...More
My husband and i went to see a sold out show for Jacksepticeye. We got there about 4 hours before the doors were supposed to let in and were almost close to the front. If possible and the event means a lot to you, i...More
Saw the Five For Fighting string quartet show here- very nice, intimate venue. Well kept and clean restrooms. The seats just need cupholders- seriously!
Oh, and try the Lincoln Logs- yes, they are $5, but they are worth it.
Our first visit to the Lincoln Theatre was for the George Ezra concert. It was a great venue for a small concert. It was open seating, so we went early. Doors were supposed to open and 6:30, but didn't open until about 6:45. It was...More
Your GA seating policy is terrible. Your ticket policy of needing an ID to match the ticket in order to enter is incredibly inconvenient. Evolve with the times, change your policies to be more helpful to your customer.
Went to the Lincoln Theater to see Rob Bell on March 27, 2018. The theater structure and seating is excellent. To house staff is poor. The doors were scheduled to open at 7:30, but while waiting in a line that wrapped around the building in...More
If you google "lincoln theater dc stage view" and click on "images" you will get an idea of he view. You don't want to be in rows A-D because the stages sit up higher; L probably has an almost horizontal view of the stage.