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RentalsThe John Addison Concert Hall is available for rental to both groups and individuals for performances and events. Programs sponsored by the Arts/Harmony Hall Regional Center of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission take precedence in scheduling. Whenever possible, Arts/HHRC will make every effort to assist organizations in obtaining their desired dates. The Concert Hall is closed on holidays recognized by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission.
Although it welcomes applications for use from any organization, the Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission gives pricing priority for rental of its facilities to non-profit performing arts groups based in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties. Non-profit groups must provide proof of their non-profit status, and all rental groups must provide a certificate of $1 million liability insurance naming the M-NCPPC as an additionally insured.
The Concert Hall may be rented for performing arts events, as well as meetings, seminars, conferences and lectures. The Concert Hall MAY NOT be rented for weddings or social receptions; persons wishing to rent space for this type of event should contact the Recreation Manager of Harmony Hall Regional Center at 301-203-6040.
Download the Harmony Hall Regional Center rental application .
Rental Fee ScheduleThe following rates apply to a four (4) hour minimum per scheduled event. Rental fees cover: Use of the 209-seat John Addison Concert Hall, Concert Hall Lobby, Box Office, Concession Stand and the Dressing Room, standard facility equipment (house light plot, 24 stage light dimmers, in-stock color medium (gels), and the sound system). All renting organizations shall be provided with two (2) Arts/HHRC Technical Staff members and one (1) Front of House Manager to assist in the preparation of their performance/program. Note: The schedule is subject to change without notice.
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