Tickets are typically available to purchase beginning four to six weeks prior to an event - however, each event is unique and vary from one show to another. The best way to receive advance notice of upcoming events, on sale information and special promotions is to sign up for our eNewsletter and receive e-mail notices of upcoming shows. You may also check out our Upcoming Events.
Often, artists release their tour schedules before the booking process has been completed with the venues.
Tickets are required for children 2 years and older.
Some shows deal with mature themes and may not be appropriate for all children. For information on whether a particular show is suitable for your child, please see the Age Appropriateness details listed by each show on this website or call (509) 663-ARTS. We strongly advise you follow age appropriateness guidelines.
In the Performing Arts Center, wheelchair accessible seating is available on the right and left sides, at the back of the theater. Wheelchair accessible tickets must be purchased by calling (509) 663-ARTS or visiting the box office in person. Wheelchair accessible seating may NOT be purchased online.
The availability of discounts is determined by the individual producers and presenters, and can only be redeemed in person at the Box Office. PAC performances usually have Senior (65 and older) and Student (18 years and younger) discounts redeemable online, by phone and in person.
‘Will Call’ window opens 90 minutes prior to each show. Tickets may also be picked up during regular box office hours any day prior to the show.
If you lose or forget your tickets, please visit the box office during regular or show box office hours to have them re-issued. ID is required and a $1 per ticket reprint fee will be charged.
The PAC will open 90 minutes prior to showtime, and the doors to the theatre generally open about thirty minutes prior to curtain.
If you have purchased your tickets we suggest arriving up to 60 minutes before showtime to relax, enjoy refreshments, and read your program. If you have not purchased your ticket we suggest arriving up to 90 minutes prior to showtime to ensure you have a ticket and do not have to wait long in line.
Yes. If there are still tickets available to purchase on the day of the event, you may purchase them in person at the box office. Some shows sell very quickly and do not always have tickets available on the day of the show, so we suggest you purchase tickets early. The Box Office will open 90 minutes before every showtime.
There is a limited amount of street parking on Wenatchee Avenue. There is a large municipal lot behind The Stanley Civic Center on Columbia Street between First and Second Streets. There is no charge for parking downtown.
Latecomers are seated at the discretion of the management, and will-call tickets not claimed at the event starting time may be resold to those on a waiting list.
Not all events have an intermission. Intermissions are typically 15 to 20 minutes. Most children events do not have intermissions.
If you experience any discomfort during a performance, an usher or our house manager will be glad to assist you.
The length of performances differs dramatically. Please note that the times given to us are an estimate provided by the production, based upon the best information available in advance of the performance and is subject to change.
Please feel free to call our box office, Monday through Friday from noon to 5:30 pm for more information.
For many patrons, attending a show at the Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee is a special occasion, but formal wear is not required. Attire generally varies from business casual to cocktail dresses and suits. Above all, we want you to feel comfortable.
There is no paging system at either The Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee. While cellular phones must be silenced during performances, they are the best way for you to be contacted directly, so please feel free to bring them and to check your messages during a break or intermission.
The use of cameras, cell phone cameras, and audio recording equipment at Professional Productions is generally prohibited. For local productions and recitals, please check with the presenting organization or our PAC ushers.
Please turn off cell phones, pagers and watch alarms completely before the performance begins. Text messaging during performances is distracting and inappropriate. Ushers strictly enforce this policy.
Yes! Patrons are allowed to bring any food and drink they purchase from the PAC concessions into the theatre when it is offered. Valid ID required to purchase beer, wine and liquor.
Only service animals are allowed in the lobbies and auditorium.
Please apply fragrance in moderation and refrain from talking or singing during the show.
Washington State Law prohibits smoking in any public facilities or within 25 feet of the entryways into those facilities.
Every effort will made to have performances take place as scheduled, regardless of weather conditions. In the event a cancellation should occur, information will be made available on our answering machine and on the website.
The nearest ATM is located inside Bob's Classic Restaurant at the intersection of Wenatchee Avenue and Second Street. ATM's at Peoples Bank, Bank of America and Key Bank are all within walking distance.
The Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel, a supporter of The Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee, is across Second Street from The Stanley Civic Center with a sky bridge connecting the two facilities. Other lodging information may be obtained through The Wenatchee Convention & Visitors Bureau.
There are several restaurants within walking distance. You may check The Wenatchee Convention & Visitors Bureau for information.