All events, programs and artists are subject to change.
Before contacting the office, please review the following guidelines to see if your question is addressed.
All patrons must have a ticket, regardless of age.
All ticket purchases are final. No refunds or exchanges are available unless an event is cancelled or rescheduled.
If you lose or misplace your tickets, call the Ticket Office to have duplicate tickets waiting for you when you arrive. Duplicate tickets cannot be mailed and will only be printed the day of the event.
We encourage all patrons to purchase tickets in advance of the performance to avoid long lines and late seating. Will-call tickets may be claimed at the Ticket Office or point of entry. Unclaimed will-call tickets will not be released for a sold-out performance, except for free events. To avoid waiting in line, have your tickets mailed to you at no additional charge.
The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center is committed to providing quality cultural experiences for audience members of all ages, although some performances and films may not be suitable for very young children.
No ticketed event is free for children, regardless of age, unless a $0 price for "All ages," "Child," "Student," or "Youth" is displayed online or available at the Ticket Office. Call in advance to confirm the ticket price for a child.
Every child, regardless of age (even if lap-sitting), must have a ticket purchased for them. Please inform Ticket Office staff if you will attend with a child to receive help with seating selection.
We ask that children sit quietly throughout the entire performance. If a child becomes disruptive, the child and his/her adult companion(s) may be asked to leave the venue temporarily.
Children under 5 years of age will not be admitted to certain performances out of respect for other audience members and artists. If you have questions about whether the performance may be suitable for your child, please contact the Ticket Office for assistance.
For films presented by in the Browning Cinema, MPAA film ratings
can guide parent(s) or guardians in determining appropriateness for children. MPAA film rating rules are observed and enforced by center staff.
Inclement Weather Policy
As long as the artist can arrive to perform "the show will go on" as scheduled and contracted for. Refunds on ticket purchase price are not available. Please check this site for performance information. You may also contact the Ticket Office at (574) 631-2800.
Washington Hall Ticketed Performances
Unless a performance is listed on this website (e.g. Shakespeare at Notre Dame), the center does not ticket Washington Hall events. As the vast majority of Washington Hall performances are run by student clubs and organizations, those groups are responsible for ticketing their own events. Some tickets for performances may be reserved and/or purchased through the Student Activities Office at the LaFortune Student Center.
Buying Tickets Online
Purchasing tickets on this
website is easy. You can either select the best seats available for a
performance or select your own seats by selecting from a seat map. If you encounter
any difficulties selecting your own seat, or experience audio or video malfunctions
while exploring this website, consider updating your Adobe Flash Player. This
player allows your computer to display interactive audio, video and other
dynamic content, including the selection of venue seats. You can learn more
about updating your Flash player online: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
Print at Home E-tickets
Print at Home is real-time online ticket sales with ticket printing wherever you are. Get a "view from this seat," choose the seats you'd like from easy-to-understand seating charts and then print your tickets all in one seamless transaction. Choose Print at Home as your preferred ticket delivery method at checkout on purchases made at least 30 minutes prior to the performance or screening time.