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Monumental Sports & Entertainment is continuing to enhance the fan experience at Capital One Arena with phase II of renovations at the venue slated for completion for the Washington Capitals season opener on Oct. 5, 2019. 
Updates to the arena include one of the largest 360-degree continuous video screens in sports, four revolutionary two-sided DualTV boards, a gravity-defying sky ring, wrapped-to-perfection ribbon boards, newly designed concessions, an enhanced Ultra Club and rebranded Devils Backbone Lounge and a modernized 200-level concourse. 
While the majority of upgrades have been completed and will be in place for the Capitals preseason games, several new additions to the venue will not make their official debut until Oct. 5 including The Market Place Concession Stand (outside of section 214), upgraded Chevron Administrative Entrance on 7th Street (note: entrance will be closed for all Capitals preseason games) and full breadth of the LED experience including the sky ring and kinetic capability of the center-hung scoreboard as well as the dual display functionality of the four boards in the corners of the arena 
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Monumental Sports & Entertainment is continuing to enhance the fan experience at Capital One Arena with phase II of renovations at the venue slated for completion for the Washington Capitals season opener on Oct. 5, 2019. Updates to the arena include one of the largest 360-degree continuous video screens in sports, four revolutionary two-sided DualTV boards, a gravity-defying sky ring, wrapped-to-perfection ribbon boards, newly designed concessions, an enhanced Ultra Club and rebranded Devils Backbone Lounge and a modernized 200-level concourse. While the majority of upgrades have been completed and will be in place for the Capitals preseason games, several new additions to the venue will not make their official debut until Oct. 5 including The Market Place Concession Stand (outside of section 214), upgraded Chevron Administrative Entrance on 7th Street (note: entrance will be closed for all Capitals preseason games) and full breadth of the LED experience including the sky ring and kinetic capability of the center-hung scoreboard as well as the dual display functionality of the four boards in the corners of the arena Click the link in bio for more info.
Capital One Arena would like to remind fans of the venue’s security policies for all events including the upcoming 2019-2020 Washington Capitals and Wizards and Georgetown men’s basketball seasons. 
Beginning this season, backpacks (regardless of size) are prohibited. As a reminder, luggage, roller bags, hard-sided bags/briefcases and bags larger than 14” long, 14” tall, and 6” wide are prohibited at Capital One Arena. Diaper bags (if the adult is accompanied by a small child) and medical bags will be permitted after being searched. 
Additionally, Capital One Arena will now have NO BAG/ EXPRESS LINES at the F Street Entrance.  Express Lines will be clearly marked with NO BAG/ EXPRESS LINE signage for those patrons with no bags and/or for guests carrying a clutch purse/ wallet 4.5”x 6.5” or smaller.
Capital One Arena would like to remind fans of the venue’s security policies for all events including the upcoming 2019-2020 Washington Capitals and Wizards and Georgetown men’s basketball seasons. Beginning this season, backpacks (regardless of size) are prohibited. As a reminder, luggage, roller bags, hard-sided bags/briefcases and bags larger than 14” long, 14” tall, and 6” wide are prohibited at Capital One Arena. Diaper bags (if the adult is accompanied by a small child) and medical bags will be permitted after being searched. Additionally, Capital One Arena will now have NO BAG/ EXPRESS LINES at the F Street Entrance. Express Lines will be clearly marked with NO BAG/ EXPRESS LINE signage for those patrons with no bags and/or for guests carrying a clutch purse/ wallet 4.5”x 6.5” or smaller.