- Where can I buy a State Theatre gift card?
- What show is coming up next?
- How Do I Get Tickets?
- What are the box office hours?
- What Is The Sky Suite? And How Do I Rent It?
- Are there any seats?
- What do you have to eat?
- Are there age restrictions?
- Is there parking?
- How do I get there?
- What is your photo policy?
- How do I get my band to play there?
- Can I bring my gun to the show?
- Is The State Theatre Handicap Accessible?
- Do you have coat check?
- Do you have a blog? Twitter? Facebook? I need to know MORE!!
- How do I get tickets for free?
- Is there a hotel nearby?
Where can I buy a State Theatre gift card?Back to topWhere can I buy a State Theatre gift card?
What show is coming up next?Back to topWhat show is coming up next?
The next show, along with the door and show times are located on the home page of our site or under the Events tab. Click here to see what is happening next!
How Do I Get Tickets?Back to topHow Do I Get Tickets?
OVER THE PHONE:
State Theatre Box Office (703) 237-0300
Mon - Closed
Tue - 12 - 6pm
Wed - Sat - 3pm - 6pm
Sun - two hours prior to door time if there is a show, otherwise the box office is closed on Sunday
Buy tickets onine here.
Visit our box office at 220 N Washington St. Falls Church
Ticket fees apply to online and phone sales and vary by ticket price. A $1/ticket fee applies to in person box office sales, regardless of ticket price, and is the least expensive way to purchase tickets.
What are the box office hours?Back to topWhat are the box office hours?
Box Office Hours:
Tue - Sat: 12pm - 6pm (The box office is open through the end of the show on show nights)
Sunday: 2 hours before door time through the end of the show (if there is no Sunday show, the box office is closed)
What Is The Sky Suite? And How Do I Rent It?Back to topWhat Is The Sky Suite? And How Do I Rent It?
The State Theatre Sky Suite is the best way to experience our live shows in a private setting for you and your party. The suite was renovated from the venue's original projection room from its movie theater days of the 30's to a spacious suite with a large panoramic opening that looks out on the entire room. The room holds up to 20 guests and is a perfect option for birthdays, bachelor(ette) parties, anniversaries, or for fans who just enjoy the space away from the crowd but still want to watch the show.
If you're interested in renting the suite, please email SkySuite@TheStateTheatre.com
Are there any seats?Back to topAre there any seats?
The State Theatre is general admission. Your ticket gets you access to standing areas on the main level, a seat in the balcony (which are available on a first come, first serve basis), or at any UNRESERVED, open tables, in the dining area.
If you would like to guarantee a seat for the evening, we do take dining reservations for most of our shows. Reservations are $12/pair and there is a $10/person food minimum at all dining tables (Beer is not food. Neither is an appletini, or any other alcohol). Tables may be reserved as soon as tickets for a show are on sale, and we stop taking reservations at 5 p.m. the day before the show.
We are currently rolling out our online reservation feature which will allow customers to make dining reservations while they purchase tickets online. This feature is currently available for some recently announced shows. For all other shows, you can make a reservation by calling the box office at 703-237-0300 or stopping by in person. We are located at 220 N Washington St in Falls Church. Box office hours are 12pm - 6pm Mon - Saturday and 12pm - 10pm on shownights.
Half of our dining tables are set aside for reservations, the other half are available on a first come, first serve basis starting at door time.
What do you have to eat?Back to topWhat do you have to eat?
So many great things!
Are there age restrictions?Back to topAre there age restrictions?
For the majority of our shows, you must be 18 or older unless you are accompanied by your parent.
Some of our shows are 21 or older to enter. In these cases, you must be at least 21 years old to get in. No Exceptions - even if you come with your parent.
Age restrictions for each show are always listed on the individual event's details page. Please check the age limit before purchasing tickets. No refunds will be given if you show up and don't meet the age requirement.
Is there parking?Back to topIs there parking?
Yes! There is free on and off street parking around The State Theatre. Parking laws are enforced, so please obey all signs.
Your best bet:
-The Kaiser Permanente parking garage is located directly across the street from the State Theatre box office and permits public parking on the following days:
2nd Level and Above ONLY (no parking on the ground floor)
Monday-Friday, 5 p.m. - 3 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. - 3 a.m
**we want our customers to continue to be allowed to use this lot, so for everyone's convenience, please no littering or other abuse of the parking garage! If we're all good, we can keep using it for parking at our shows.
-The George Mason Square parking deck is located next to Ireland's Four Provinces one block from the State Theatre at 103 W. Broad St and is availble during the following time
Two-hour public parking on the Ground Level during the following days and times:
Monday through Friday, 6 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday all day
Federal holidays all day
-There is additional limited parking behind the State Theatre from 5pm - 3am as well as street parking around the city. Please follow all parking signs. For more detailed information and a parking map please visit the Falls Church public parking site
How do I get there?Back to topHow do I get there?
The address is 220 North Washington Street (Lee Highway / Rt. 29). The Theatre is ¾ of a mile from the East Falls Church Metro Station.
FROM MARYLAND: Take 495 (Outer Loop of the Beltway) over the American Legion (Cabin John) bridge. Three miles after crossing bridge into Virginia, take LEFT HAND exit for Route 66 EAST. Get off at EXIT 69 (Lee Highway/Washington Boulevard exit). At top of ramp, turn RIGHT onto Lee Highway (Route 29 South). Go 6 blocks, and you will see The State Theatre on your left.
Via the Wilson Bridge from Maryland on 495/95 South (Inner Loop of the Beltway), take exit for Route 66 EAST. Get off at EXIT 69 (Lee Highway/ Washington Boulevard exit). At top of ramp, turn RIGHT onto Lee Highway (Route 29 South). Go 6 blocks, and you will see The State Theatre on your left.
FROM I-95 IN VIRGINIA: Take 495 towards Tysons/Rockville (Inner Loop of the Beltway), take exit for Route 66 EAST. Get off at EXIT 69 (Lee Highway/ Washington Boulevard exit). At top of ramp, turn RIGHT onto Lee Highway (Route 29 South). Go 6 blocks, and you will see The State Theatre on your left.
FROM VIRGINIA: Herndon, Reston, Fairfax, Tysons…most people know how to get onto Route 66 EAST. Get off at EXIT 69 (Lee Highway/Washington Boulevard exit). At top of ramp, turn RIGHT onto Lee Highway (Route 29 South). Go 6 blocks, and you will see The State Theatre on your left.
FROM ROUTE 7 & 495: Take the Route 7 Exit - EAST (Route 7 is also called Leesburg Pike at this point but becomes Broad Street when you enter the City Of Falls Church). Go about 3+ miles until you come to a traffic light at the intersection of Route 7 and Washington Street. Turn left onto North. Washington Street (which is Route 29 North). The State Theatre is ½ block up on your right.
FROM WASHINGTON DC: Take Route 66 WEST. Get off at EXIT 69 (Sycamore Street/Falls Church exit). At bottom of ramp, turn RIGHT onto Sycamore Street. At first traffic light, turn LEFT onto Washington Blvd. At next traffic light, turn LEFT onto Lee Highway (Route 29 South). Go 6 blocks, and you will see The State Theatre on your left.
From Washington DC via ROUTE 50 WEST: Take the FALLS CHURCH/ROUTE 7 exit. Stay to the right on Route 7 West (Leesburg Pike). Go three quarters of a mile to the traffic light at the intersection of Route 7 and North Washington Street. Turn RIGHT onto North Washington Street (Route 29 North). Go ½ a block and you will see The State Theatre on the right.
FROM WASHINGTON DC Via ROUTE 395: Get off at the Route 7/King Street exit heading WEST. Go 5 miles until you come to the intersection of Route 7 and Route 29. Turn RIGHT onto Route 29 North (North Washington Street) and you will see the Theatre on your RIGHT.
WALKING DIRECTIONS FROM THE METRO
FROM EAST FALLS CHURCH METRO STATION (ORANGE LINE): Go out the Main Exit Door and walk to your left on Sycamore Street. At the first traffic light, cross the street (the sidewalk is on that side) and walk to your left up Washington Boulevard. At the next traffic light, walk to your left up Lee Highway. Walk 6 blocks, and you will see the Theatre on your left. It is about ¾ of a mile in distance, and takes about 15 minutes to walk.
There is a taxi stand outside the Main Exit Door to the right, and it's about a 3 minute cab ride from there to the Theatre.
Bus service is also available, but the schedule varies depending on the day of the week. Check with MetroBus/MetroRail Transit Information at 202-637-7000 or visit their website at http://www.wmata.com for further details.
What is your photo policy?Back to topWhat is your photo policy?
The venue defers to the performing artist regarding their specific photo/taping policy. 99% of the time, the policy is as follows: No video, no professional cameras, no taping, no use of flash. But each band has it's own rules, and can change them as they see fit, so don't bring anything you are not comfortable leaving in your car.
How do I get my band to play there?Back to topHow do I get my band to play there?
If you are in a band and would like to be considered for a support slot on one of our shows, please fill out this form and we will contact you if a potential date comes up.
Please DO NOT send a hard press kit unless specifically asked.
Please keep in mind that we receive hundreds of submissions per week, and cannot get back to everyone. Take a minute to look at the kinds of shows we book and contact us about your request accordingly.
No unsolicited phone calls will be answered for booking related questions - for first time bookings, contact through e-mail ONLY.
Can I bring my gun to the show?Back to topCan I bring my gun to the show?
While we make no political statement about the law here in Virginia, we are exercising our option to ban all weapons, whether registered, concealed, open or antique, at our shows.
Is The State Theatre Handicap Accessible?Back to topIs The State Theatre Handicap Accessible?
Yes. With the exception of the balconies, the State Theatre is handicap accessible. There is access to dining levels as well as the open area in front of the stage. To help us better accommodate any specific needs you may have, please give us a call the day of the show at 703-237-0300 and let us know how we can help.
Do you have coat check?Back to topDo you have coat check?
Unfortunately we do not currently offer coat check at our shows.
Do you have a blog? Twitter? Facebook? I need to know MORE!!Back to topDo you have a blog? Twitter? Facebook? I need to know MORE!!
YES! we want to be with you all the time too...
How do I get tickets for free?Back to topHow do I get tickets for free?
You can join the State Theatre Street Team to help get the word out about our upcoming shows and earn free tickets to your favorite ones at the same time. To sign up, or if you just some more info, email email@example.com
Is there a hotel nearby?Back to topIs there a hotel nearby?
Yes, there are several hotels close to the State. We recommend these
Hilton Garden Inn!
0.9 miles from venue. Map It
706 West Braod Stree
Falls Church, Virginia 22046