The Capitals are showing home games on a large screen outside Capital One Arena as part of the team's #ALLCAPS festival.
Car and two-wheeled traffic alike will be stopped around the Chinatown stadium Saturday as fans celebrate the team's first Stanley Cup home game.
Fans can watch the game from the big board above the McDonald's. Stake out a spot along 8th Street NW or G Street NW, officials say. There will additional screens on the street.
Ahead of Game 4, the band Fall Out Boy is scheduled to perform a set outside the Portrait Gallery. That's scheduled to start at 6 p.m., rain or shine.
The Capitals have an edge against the Vegas Golden Knights heading into second home game. The Caps have won two games and need two more wins to take home the cup.
The Capitals' team has changed their stated location of the screen.