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Lynn R wrote a review Mar 2020
Christiansburg, Virginia80 contributions35 helpful votes
My husband and I had never been to this theatre before, but we really enjoyed it. We had tickets for the Simon Sinek tour; the seats were comfortable, acoustics were great, and bathrooms were clean. It is a lovely little theatre.
Date of experience: March 2020
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JLS wrote a review Sep 2019
Ellicott City, Maryland10 contributions2 helpful votes
Sat in approximate middle of theatre. Horrible acoustics. Not sure if it's the venue or the sound engineer trying to crank the amps to their max
Date of experience: September 2019
sherri s wrote a review Feb 2019
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!!
Date of experience: February 2019
maccassity wrote a review Dec 2018
Glenwood, Maryland10 contributions2 helpful votes
Not a bad seat in the house, several bars to accommodate, friendly staff, had a blast and can't wait to hit another show at the Lincoln!
Date of experience: November 2018
Craig G wrote a review Nov 2018
15 contributions9 helpful votes
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 an issue when seeing a show here (other than shows getting sold out easily). It's a big enough room, and grand enough in its appointments to give you the "Theater" experience, but small enough to keep a more intimate experience with the performers than so many of the larger venues. It's convenient to Metro (which we prefer when going downtown), so I can't offer much info on available parking. There are also many many food options all within walking distance, adding to the appeal of this location for us.…
Date of experience: March 2018