The Juggalo March On Washington
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2017
NATIONAL MALL (IN FRONT OF LINCOLN MEMORIAL)
1–2pm Juggalos assemble (please don’t arrive before 1pm)
2–2:20pm Juggalo Testimonies
2:20–2:30pm WOLFPAC PERFORMANCE
2:30–3pm Guest Speakers
3–3:10pm ONYX PERFORMANCE
3:10–3:40pm Guest Speakers
3:40–3:50pm LIL EASY E PERFORMANCE
3:50–4pm Speech by ICP
4–5:30pm THE JUGGALOS MARCH ON WASHINGTON
5:30–5:40pm Guest speaker
5:40–6pm OUIJA PERFORMANCE
6:00–6:10pm Guest speaker
6:10–6:30pm DJ CLAY PERFORMANCE
6:30–6:40pm Guest Speaker
6:40–7pm BIG HOODOO PERFORMANCE
7:00–7:10pm Guest Speaker
7:10–7:30pm LYTE PERFORMANCE
7:30–7:40pm Guest Speaker
7:40–8pm MADCHILD PERFORMANCE
8:00–8:10pm Guest Speaker
8:10–8:40pm ABK PERFORMANCE
8:40–9pm Guest Speaker
9pm–10pm ICP PERFORMANCE
Rules of the March
We ask that the entire Juggalo Family act with respect and honor throughout the march.
To do otherwise would defeat our whole purpose.
Signs, flags, and banners are allowed on sticks or poles no higher than 10 feet.
Signs should not promote violence or threats.
Music broadcasted on small devices is allowed.
Please do not interfere with other events happening at the National Mall.
Please don’t litter.
No weapons (or anything that could be construed as a weapon)
No alcohol, marijuana, or drugs
No fireworks, balloons, or glass bottles
No vehicles of any kind, including bicycles
Animlas (on leashes) are allowed. Owners must clean up after them.
What to Bring
Bottled water and snacks
Signs, banners, flags, costumes, clothing, and other ways to communicate our message
Small backpacks and bags
Check the weather the day before and dress accordingly
Visitor parking is available along Ohio Drive SW between the Lincoln and Thomas
Jefferson Memorials, represented by the red dots on the map.
Parking garages are everywhere in DC, but many of them fill up quickly, particularly on
weekends. Your best bet is to utilize two apps—Spot Hero and Parking Panda—which
allow you to book your parking space in a garage in advance or find out which garages
In addition, please be advised that there is virtually no free parking in DC, so using one of
the parking apps to fulfill your parking needs is strongly advised.
Accessible seating will be provided by the main stage at the Washington Monument for those who cannot stand for long periods of time or who use mobility assistance devices
There will be wheelchair-accessible porta potties
Public Transportation Info
You can download a map of the Washington DC Metro Station here:
Buses will be parked at the RFK Stadium with the closest metro being Stadium-Armory on the blue/orange/silver line. From Stadium-Armory take any of the trains downtown to Federal Center Southwest metro stop. Walk directly north to join the march line up.
The closest metro stations to the march lineup area are The nearest metro stations are Foggy Bottom (23rd St. & I St. NW) and Smithsonian (12th St. & Independence Ave. SW).
Consider purchasing your metrocard ($10) in advance so that you don’t have to wait on lines during the day of the march to purchase one! You can find out more about purchasing metro cards here:
Getting to D.C. might seem like it can be a lot of money but there are ways to get to D.C. and not go totally broke.
Organizing a Bus
Organizing a private bus is a great way to save money. They hold from 15 – 55 people, everyone pays into it and we can help you with organizing this if needed.
Check out local bus companies for prices and details. If you don’t know any, check out these websites on bus companies and quotes:
Buses will be parking at RFK Stadium in Lot 8, located at The cost of parking is $65. You can reserve & pay for your bus parking spot in advance through the RFK website here.
We have lots of resources and a toolkit to help you do this effectively – and lots of tips on how to save on costs, connect you with other interested riders, and also use this as a powerful organizing tool with your homies. If you are already organizing a bus, you should also fill out the form.
If you’re chartering a bus or driving in, you’ll still likely to need to use public transit to get from your parking spot or drop off point to the march site.
You should consider buying a DC Metro card in advance. Many people purchasing cards at once at the Metro machines can delay people on long lines. You can buy cards in advance here: https://smartrip.wmata.com/storefront
The Metro stops you will need will be posted soon.
Other Forms Of Transportation
Amtrak has good service into DC, and in fact, they offer group sales with discounted group rates. If you have 75 people you can sometimes reserve an entire car.
You can find our more about that on Amtrak’s website: https://www.amtrak.com/group-travel-requests.
There are also many services that offer regional bus transit – you can buy individual seats, or also sometimes group rates. Costs can be very reasonable, especially if you buy early. A few options to consider are:
GoTo Bus — http://www.gotobus.com/
MegaBus — http://us.megabus.com/
BoltBus — https://www.boltbus.com/
Ever thought about Ride Share?
Need a ride to Juggalo March? Are you driving to the March and have room?
eRideShare is a great rideshare system where you can connect with other potential carpoolers.
Click Here: https://erideshare.com/
Here are a few websites to find housing in the DC area:
FairHotel.com (Union Hotels)