Blumenthal Performing Arts Kicks Off 'Beat the Sellouts Sale' Today
All Broadway shows and many special attractions slated for Blumenthal Performing Arts theaters this season will go on sale today, Oct. 4, for a limited time. Many shows also will offer free parking with a ticket purchase during this special "Beat the Sellouts Sale."
"Until now, tickets for most of our Broadway shows have only been available through season ticket packages, so this will be the first chance for fans to buy single tickets," said Blumenthal President Tom Gabbard. "Last year, we had a number of sellouts and some fans who were disappointed when they couldn't get tickets. This year we are offering an early opportunity to lock down seats and get free parking."
Fans who purchase now will enjoy first choice of open seats. Great locations are available for many shows like mega hits BLUE MAN GROUP and ROCK OF AGES. Other shows on the sale with the free parking incentive include Tony Award winners ONCE and PORGY AND BESS, as well as EVITA, GHOST, GODSPELL, and PETER AND THE STARTCATHER. Forbidden Broadway and SLEEPING BEAUTY, which were on-sale already, have special promotional offers for free parking during the "Beat the Sellouts Sale." Special attractions included in the sale are Jim Brickman, The Irish Tenors, Colors of Christmas, B.B. King, Pat Metheny, Wayne Brady, Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn and Alton Brown Live! The Edible Inevitable Tour.
The "Beat the Sellouts Sale" and the free parking incentive will end Oct. 18 and many of the shows will go off-sale again till later in the year. For a complete details or to purchase tickets starting Friday at 10 a.m., visit BlumenthalArts.org/BTS or call 704-372.1000.
Blumenthal Performing Arts serves the Carolinas as a leading cultural, entertainment and education provider. For more information, call (704) 372-1000 or visit BlumenthalArts.org. Blumenthal Performing Arts receives operating support from the Arts & Science Council and the North Carolina Arts Council. Blumenthal Performing Arts is also supported through the generous aid of its sponsors including, Duke Energy, sponsor of the Duke Energy Broadway Lights Series; and PNC Bank, sponsor of the PNC Celebrity Series.