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The Future of the RFK Stadium-Armory Campus


After extensive planning, outreach, public input and involvement, Events DC is proud to present two concepts for the RFK Stadium-Armory Campus. Our vision for the Campus’ future is to create a revitalized site that celebrates its iconic beauty and history – while also acting as a first-class example of urban living that can attract residents and visitors and at the same time maintain a strong local identity.

Acting as a catalyst for the city, the RFK Campus future project will also make a substantial economic impact on the District, by reinvesting into the city through job opportunities, youth programs, local business development and ample community benefits and neighborhood serving amenities for residents to enjoy.

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News and Updates

Multi-Purpose Fields

Campus Redevelopment Update

As the official convention and sports authority for the District of Columbia, Events DC today announced the selection of Capitol Riverside Youth Sports Park (CRYSP) to provide operations support of the new 27-acre RFK Campus Fields complex.  The newly approved contract by the Events DC’s Board of Directors will mark a proposed base-term contract, starting today through September 30, 2019 with four one-year renewal options.

Community Grant Spotlight

Atlas Performing Arts Center

The Atlas Performing Arts Center is a recent recipient of an Events DC Community Grant in support of our City at Peace Program. The City at Peace program is a youth development program that focuses on the personal, interpersonal, and artistic growth of a diverse group of young people from throughout the Washington, DC region.

Take My To The Island

Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival

On Saturday, May 4, the Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival provided a rejuvenating, breath of fresh air experience that seamlessly carried you away from the hustle and bustle of the District. We’re not sure if it was the excitement of walking into the natural beauty of the island or the sound of festival goers’ steps as they crossed the wooden bridge over the Anacostia River, but from the moment we left Lot 6 on RFK Campus, we were sold. This festival is the escape many Washingtonians need in the hyperconnected world we live in today.

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