Capital One Hall Community Arts Partnership

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ArtsFairfax is proud to partner with Fairfax County and Capital One Hall to manage the online application process for community arts use of Fairfax County’s newest beacon of entertainment.

About the Capital One Hall Community Arts Partnership

On behalf of Fairfax County, ArtsFairfax manages the online application process for community arts use of Capital One Hall. Through specially negotiated rates for Fairfax County-based nonprofit arts and culture groups, as well as arts-related programming by Fairfax County agencies and Fairfax County Public Schools, Capital One Hall invites its local community to use their spaces for performance, rehearsal, and other arts activities.

County and charitable arts, nonprofit, and other civic organizations can apply to use the Main Stage, The Vault, or classroom spaces for arts-related programming.

In the first season alone, more than 30 local nonprofit arts groups have benefited from this public-private partnership, including 23 organizations that performed at Capital One Hall with a total attendance of over 10,000 patrons.

We are currently in Season 2, and you can see what’s on by visiting Capital One Hall and selecting the “Fairfax Community Arts” filter. Season 3, which takes place from September 2023 through June 2024 is in its final stages of scheduling.

Season 2 (September 2022 – June 2023) current season/application closed
Next Season: Season 3 (September 1, 2023 – June 30, 2024) application closed
Season 4 (September 2024 – June 2025) application closed/in scheduling


As Fairfax County's designated local arts agency, we help put Fairfax artists on the big stage.

About Capital One Hall

Part of Capital One Center’s vibrant array of public art, entertainment, and retail, Capital One Hall hosts Broadway productions, comedy, dance performances, and concerts.

The venue opened in October 2021 and encompasses a variety of spaces:

  • Main Stage, a 1,600-seat performance hall
  • The Vault, a 225-seat black box theatre; and
  • flexible classroom spaces.

Capital One Hall Community Arts Partnership Benefits

Approved arts organizations and programs are submitted to Capital One Hall’s operator for integration into the season’s schedule and benefit from:

  • Subsidized rental rates
  • Production and Front of House support
  • Box Office support & discounted fees
  • Capital One Hall marketing and promotions support

Interested Fairfax arts organizations must submit a new application for each Season.

Organizations outside Fairfax County please contact with your inquiry.

For information and to book the Perch rooftop amphitheater, please contact 

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Lisa Mariam

Senior Director Of Grants & Services