Located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the RJ Reynolds Auditorium started getting built in 1919 with architect Charles
Barton Keen. The auditorium is built in honor of Richard J Reynolds after his wife, Katharine Smith Reynolds donated land.
The building is operated in joint with the Richard J. Reynolds High School and the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.
It seats 1,800 people with an orchestra level and mezzanine/balcony area.
If you want to see a great concert in a historical auditorium then RJ Reynolds
Auditorium tickets are available now for events like Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy and many others. It’s a great
theater that is one of the oldest and largest performing arts centers in Winston-Salem, making for a great concert venue
no matter the event – from musical artists to gospel concerts, dance groups and award winning theater companies.
If you are ready to be part of a historic complex that was part of a dream built on accomplishments rooted in America’s
history? If so, then you’re going to have to check out RJ Reynolds Auditorium
tickets, events that showcase the accomplishments of its public school students as well as religious programs, civic
and memorial occasions and musical programs featuring renowned artists.