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For some people, RFK Stadium in Washington DC is a relic of the past that reminds them of a forlorn era in which people drove huge family cars full of metal to watch the Washington Redskins play a tough nosed breed of football. For others, it continues to be a major entertainment epicenter of the East Coast, playing host to some of the biggest names in music and high-stakes specialty sporting events nearly 12 months a year.
The Redskins played inside of the outdoor stadium from the time it opened to the public in 1961 until they moved to FedEx Field in 1996. This includes their magical championship run in the late-80s, led by quarterback Doug Williams and an amazingly quick and responsive defense.
It still features monuments to the late Robert Francis Kennedy and George Preston Marshall, which flank a massive front entrance that most of the fans in attendance use as an easy and quick means of accessing their seats.
While it has hosted well over a dozen professional sports teams and mid-level sports teams over the decades, RFK Stadium is slated to close later this year and be destructed to make room for new endeavors. It will be a shame for a large and architecturally impressive venue built as a multi-purpose stage for both baseball and football when it was originally designed and erected.
There are several months of fun to be had before RFK Stadium shutters its doors for good. Huge names of the music business have been rocking the giant stadium since its early years, including a historic performance by The Beatles back in August of 1966. While there will never be another performance such as that one, there are many options to be seen and fun to be had. An array of cheap RFK Stadium tickets are but a few clicks or taps away.