YES! This event is free, however, we are raising funds for our charity and it is pretty costly to put on an event of this scale. The tickets are free on Eventbrite. We kindly ask you to click the “donate whatever you like” and make a donation at check out to support our mission. We are donating 50% of all donations directly to Living Classrooms in an effort to fund a music production studio with instruments for the disadvantaged youth in the D.C. Metro Area.
Absolutely! We're looking for reliable volunteers; we need medics (nurses) and staff to help set up and manage both of our 2020 events. If you are interested in learning more about how you can help, fill out the form on our contact page! (Link to Contact Page). Of course, all volunteers will receive cool swag!
We have scheduled rain dates for each event. The Memorial Day weekend rain date will be May 30th and the Labor Day weekend rain date will be September 12th. It rained a little last year and we partied harder! Ask anyone that was there? It was epic!
Our one-day festival has all the ambiance, but to make sure you have a great time, we recommend bringing:
Malcolm X Park is originally known as Meridian Hill Park and is located at 16th Street NW & W Street NW, Washington, DC 20009.
The Park has an upper and lower tier. #CapHouseFest is on the upper tier. It is best to enter at either 16th Street NW at Euclid Streets or 15th Street NW at Euclid Street or the side entrances in the middle of either 16th or 15th Streets.
Street parking and paid parking is available but limited throughout the city. We strongly recommend grabbing an Uber or Lyft or using public transportation.
Via Columbia Heights Metro Station (Green or Yellow line); walk a couple of blocks South on 14th Street and then west towards 15th Street the park. Follow the beat!
Via U Street Metro Station (Green or Yellow line); Walk west toward 15th Street, turn right on 15th Street (North) two blocks to W Street. Follow the beat!
Although Marijuana is legal in D.C., Malcolm X Park is part of the National Park Service and patrolled by the United States Park Police. Alcohol is prohibited and marijuana is illegal on federal property.
Yes, it is a National Park with permanent restrooms with changing tables for infants.
Yes, bring your water bottles. There are water fountains outside the restroom spurting out Potomac Punch!
Please pick up your trash. The National Park Service requires that all visitors take their trash with them. You may bring a clear plastic bag for trash. Please clean up your area (mess)! We must leave the park cleaner than when you found it.
No! The National Park Service prohibits all vending on federal grounds. All other commercial activity will be shut down, and unauthorized vendors/sellers will be escorted from festival grounds.