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Beat the Sellouts Sale, Now Through Sept. 13!

August 31, 2015
Ragtime comes to Knight Theater Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 2015!

Ragtime comes to Knight Theater Nov. 30-Dec. 3, 2015!

That’s right, folks. The moment you’ve all been waiting for is finally here! Single tickets for many Broadway shows and special attractions are on sale now! Some of the shows will go off-sale again after this special ends, so act quickly!

Eleven Broadway shows and several special attractions headed to Blumenthal Performing Arts theaters this season are now on sale for a limited time. Buyers will receive 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 and CEO Tom Gabbard. “We hope our show fans take advantage of this opportunity to not only get free parking, but also secure great seats at a great price before a number of these shows sell out.”

 The Sound of Music Coming this Nov 24-29!

The Sound of Music Coming this Nov 24-29!

Fans who purchase now will enjoy first choice of open seats. Great locations are available for many shows like THE SOUND OF MUSIC and RAGTIME.  Other shows in the sale with the free parking incentive include Tony Award winners MATILDA THE MUSICAL and THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY, as well as THE HIP HOP NUTCRACKER, KINKY BOOTS, ONCE, STOMP, BEAUTIFUL – THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL, THE WIZARD OF OZ and IF/THEN. Special attractions included in the sale are Michael W. Smith, Lisa Fischer, One Man Breaking Bad, Evil Dead The Musical, Reduced Shakespeare Company, Alvin and the Chipmunks, The Art of Time Ensemble and Momix Botanica!

The “Beat the Sellouts Sale” and the free parking incentive will end Sept. 13, and many of the shows will go off-sale again until later in the year. For complete details or to purchase tickets, visit or call 704.372.1000.

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