We annually perform Freedom Plaza on Pennsylvania Avenue NW which is maintained by the National Park Service.
This lovely area is in front of the famous National Theater, a venue every sitting president has visited since it's opening in 1835. It depicts a portion of Charles L'Enfant's original plan for the layout of the city in marble.
Originally called, "Western Plaza", it was dedicated on November 1, 1980. Eight years later, it was renamed to "Freedom Plaza" in honor of Martin Luther King, who was staying at the nearby Willard Hotel writing his legendary speech, "I Have A Dream". A time capsule containing MLK relics was planted here and will be reopened in 2088.