Ticket Rates & Information

 

 2014-2015 Season

Mini-Subscriptions are AVAILABLE!

 

Save money on your tickets for
The Italian Girl in Algiers
and Faust!

Click MINI-SUBSCRIPTIONS to purchase online or call (607) 772-0400.

 

Mini Subscriptions: P X Y Z HANDICAPPED
Regular $106 $97 $67 $37 $67
Senior/Student $94 $84 $60 $34 $60
Children (12 & Under) $64 $57 $40 $20 $40

 
SINGLE TICKETS: P X Y Z HANDICAPPED
Regular $70 $60 $45 $20 $45
Senior/Student $70 $58 $43 $18 $43
Children (12 & Under) $65 $40 $33 $13 $33

SECTION:   SEATS:
P   ORCH CTR / Rows A-T
  ORCH SIDES / Rows A-R
  ORCH / All Center Aisle Seats
  MEZZ CTR
X   ORCH CTR / Rows U-XX
  ORCH SIDES / Rows H-ZZ
  MEZZ SIDES
Y   ORCH SIDES / Rows S-ZZ
  BALC / Rows DD-HH
Z   BALC / Rows JJ-NN

 

Mainstage Productions

 
Tri-Cities Opera performs its mainstage productions at the Forum Theatre, 236 Washington Street in Binghamton, NY. The Box Office is open Monday-Friday from 12:30PM to 4:30PM and can be reached at (607) 772-0400. (During the week leading up to the show, the Box Office is physically moved down to the Forum Theatre on Washington Street. At all other times, the Box Office is located at the office on Clinton Street.)

SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS

We are very excited to offer new, expanded subscription options in the near future.  Please check back for more details.

Becoming a season subscriber at Tri-Cities Opera provides you with considerable discounts on ticket rates, the flexibility to choose from the best seats available, ticket exchange privileges and much more. CLICK HERE to learn more about Season Subscriptions.

PLEASE NOTE: Prices listed below are for all 3 operas of Tri-Cities Opera's 2014-15 Season.

 

FUll-SEASON Subscriptions

Save money on your tickets by attending all three OPERAS of Rigoletto, The Italian Girl In Algiers, and Faust! Please call (607) 772-0400 or CLICK HERE

 

SUBSCRIPTIONS: P X Y Z HANDICAPPED
Regular $160 $145 $100 $55 $100
Senior/Student $140 $125 $90 $50 $90
Children (12 & Under) $95 $85 $60 $35 $60

 

  Images of the Forum Theatre