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How to Attend

Location Information

Tuesday, November 14, 2023. National Mall, Washington, DC: 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Gates open 10:00am. Pre show begins 11:30am - 12:30pm.

Final Reminders

We are so glad you are coming to the March for Israel. Please keep the following important points in mind:

1. We are expecting a large crowd and there will be long lines for trains and security. Please help move lines along quickly by carefully reviewing the prohibited items list, and please remain patient. Everyone is doing their utmost to make this the best possible experience!

2. There may be people who seek to disrupt or provoke. Please remain calm, civil, and do not engage. Remember, the whole world is watching us!

3. Be aware of your surroundings and pay attention. If you see or experience anything of concern, tell the nearest security or event staff. We thank all the law enforcement agencies that are working so hard to keep us safe.

4. Please welcome all speakers and performers warmly, and join us in thanking the dignitaries and public officials present. Sing along to the music and pray along to the prayers. If you are moved to chant, we recommend “Bring them home!”

Thank you and travel safely.

Location and Entry Points

We anticipate a large turnout throughout the National Mall for the event. Video screens with a live audio feed of the program will be available outside the security perimeter on the Mall panels from 12th Street NW to 14th Street NW.

The main queue to enter the march begins on 12th Street NW between Madison Drive NW and Jefferson Drive SW.

Parking and Directions

We will have a designated bus parking spot available. Metered street parking is also available on the National Mall, but can be difficult to find.

The closest Metro stop to the march is the Smithsonian Station on the Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines. If arriving on the Green or Yellow line from points south, exit at the L’Enfant Plaza Station and walk to the Mall to avoid needing to switch lines. If arriving on the Green or Yellow line from points north, exit at Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter Station and walk to the Mall. If arriving on the Red Line, it may be better to get off at Metro Center Station and walk five blocks south to the Mall than needing to switch to another line to access a station closer to the Mall.

Download the Metro app and purchase a SmartTrip card in advance so you can more easily get to the march entrance, right by the Smithsonian Metro Station. Download the app here.

Metro Customers can get help or contact the Metro Transit Police Department if they see something of concern:

Call: 202-962-2121

Pre Show Rally For Students Funded By RootOne

11:30am -12:30pm

Main Stage

Students from all over the country — we need your voice! Stand together and united in support of Israel at a special pre-rally show for students. Hear from some big name performers (check back for confirmed details!), social media influencers and people your age most impacted by the events of the last month. Students receive special swag to wear proudly and make your presence known as well as snack bags to keep your energy up! Find your way to the stage once you’ve arrived — we’ll see you there. United we stand!

Stand together with students from:

Young Judaea, USY, Tzofim of North America, Students Supporting Israel, North American Day Schools and Jewish Summer Camps, NFTY, NCSY, MaccabiUSA, JNF-USA’s Alexander Muss High School in Israel, Hillel, Hashomer Hatzair, Habonim Dror, Club Z, Bnei Akiva, BBYO, AMHSI and more.

Share photos and videos from the march on social media using #MarchForIsrael!