We are usually open Thursday-Saturday (depending on bookings) with the the bar and kitchen opening at 6:00 p.m., showroom doors at 7:00 p.m. and show time is 8:00 p.m. We generally close one hour after show time. Please review each show as times are subject to change.
What are the ticketing options at The Heights Theater?
Each show has its own seating configuration. Types of tickets may include General Admission, Standing Room Only, General Admission Seating, Reserved Gallery Seating, VIP Table with Seats, and Suites with Seats. Simply click on the “buy” button of the show you want to see for the different options.
What do the seating configurations look like?
Once you click on the BUY TICKETS button, you’ll get a view of the seating configuration after the description of the show. Note that The Heights Theater does NOT have selectable assigned seating. GA Seated tickets and Reserved Gallery tickets are “first come-first served” as far as seating selection; only the VIP Tables and Suites are assigned.
Where can I buy tickets?
Advanced tickets can be purchased through our website. If tickets still remain, they can purchased at the door the night of the show.
I already purchased tickets and have a question, who can I contact?
Please email our ticketing company, Prekindle, with your ticketing question.
I purchased tickets and cannot attend./I need to change the name on my tickets at Will Call. Ticket purchases are nonrefundable. You can change the name on your tickets yourself via Prekindle at any point up to 24 hours before the show. If you have other questions related to your tickets, or need to change the information after that point, please email our ticketing company.
Where do I park and how much does it cost?
All parking at The Heights Theater is free, with many spaces located along 19th, Ashland, and Rutland Streets. You may also park in the Southern Dental parking lot after 6:00pm.
How can I retrieve something I lost, left or forgot?
Please email us with a brief description or come by during normal hours of operation to see if it has been turned in. If you left a credit card with our bar, please email us with your name and contact information.
Does The Heights Theater have a bar?
Yes, The Heights Theater has a full bar including beers, wines and a full list of spirits. Please note that our bar is a walk-up bar and we do not have regular waitstaff. In addition to our lobby bar downstairs, our Reserved Gallery (upstairs) has a bar.
Does The Heights Theater have a kitchen?
Yes! The Heights Kitchen is open before the show and until the headliner takes the stage. We offer bites for those looking for a fast, casual experience. If you prefer sit-down dining, restaurants in close proximity to the Theater include: Harold’s, Shade, Hunky Dory, Torchy’s Tacos, and Alli’s Pizzeria.
Do you have any age restrictions?
Each show will have its own age policy, but generally those 17 and under need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
When is your box office open?
We do not have a traditional box office, as all our advance ticket sales are done online. However, tickets for shows that are not sold out are available for purchase at the door on the evening of the show.
How do I get my tickets?
Tickets are “paperless” and are available at Will Call. Tickets can be redeemed at the door by you or whomever you specified during the purchasing process. All you need is this ticket confirmation or a photo ID to The Heights Theater to expedite your entrance to the show. If you have a question about your ticket, please email our ticketing company, Prekindle.
What is the concert etiquette policy?
We want everyone to be relaxed and have a great experience. Our shows range from dancing and rock’n’roll to classical and singer-songwriters, so the norms may change per show. If you are not quite sure what to do, here is a good rule: go by what other concertgoers are doing. If they are clapping, singing and dancing then you should, too; but, if they are sitting quietly and listening intently to every sound then you probably should, too.
What is your video/camera/recording policy?
The recording policy is set by each artist. Most local shows may be recorded as long as it is not disruptive to the patrons or talent. Most touring artist have restrictions that do not allow for any type of recording device during a show. If you want to be sure, email Steve prior to the show.
The Heights Theater is a historic theater. Does it have accessible seating?
Yes, a small ramp that accommodates wheelchairs descends from the lobby to performance space on the first floor. The accessible seating has unobstructed site lines and is located in close proximity to the stage. Up to three contiguous seats can be assigned next to the accessible seating if available at the time of purchase.
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