Box Office Info

TICKETS

Tickets may be purchased online, in person or by phone. The Box Office accepts credit cards online or in person. Additionally, the Box Office accepts cash and checks in person. Payment is due at the time of purchase: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Cash, and Checks are accepted.

Box Office: College of Fine Arts - Horner Hall (Room 204)

Box Office Hours: M-F, 8:00-5:00 p.m., and 60 minutes prior to performances at performance venue for 'in-person' sales only. The Box Office is closed for all University holidays and breaks.

Phone: (214)333-5822 / Email: finearts@dbu.edu


TICKET FEES

Tickets are subject to a $1 ticket fee for online and phone purchases. Online ticket purchase is highly recommended to avoid lines.


SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Free Programs: Faculty Artist Series, Music at Noon Series, and select ensemble concerts are FREE and open to the public. Look for these events listed on our home page.


WHEELCHAIR, ACCESSIBLE and COMPANION SEATING

Patrons purchasing Wheelchair or Companion/Accessible tickets and not needing those specific accommodations may be asked to move or have their ticket revoked as a result of a fraudulent purchase as described by ADA Regulations.

Patrons holding Companion tickets but not accompanying a Wheelchair or Accessible accomodated patron may also be asked to move or have their ticket revoked as a result of a fraudulent purchase as described by ADA Regulations. For General Admission events where seating is on a 'first come, first served' basis, contiguous companion seating cannot be guaranteed.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Seating after the start of any performance is at the discretion of the house manager. Photography and/or recording of performances is strictly prohibited. Food and beverages are prohibited in all venues. Children who sit in an adult's lap will not require a ticket purchase, however, a child who occupies a seat will. If your child becomes disruptive you may be asked to relocate to the lobby area so that the performance is not adversely affected.