The Bob Carr Performing Arts Center is one of the oldest continuously open entertainment venues in Orlando, Florida. First opened in 1927, the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center was previously known as the Orlando Municipal Auditorium and is now interchangeably known as the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center and the Bob Carr Theater. Many of Orlando's own groups have used this center as a home, including the Orlando Ballet and the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra. This space is now considered a premier digital and performance art space. Grab your tickets for a Bob Carr Performing Arts Center event today at StubHub.
How many seats are in the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center?
The Bob Carr Performing Arts Center seating scheme can hold a maximum of 2,401 attendees for events. This number may change slightly depending on the type of event happening but is relatively stable for the classical music events and dance events that occur here.
Is there parking available on-site?
There is no Bob Carr Performing Arts Center designated parking. However, the City of Orlando does maintain two parking garages nearby. The Centroplex I and II Garages are available exclusively for events, charging flat rates for event parking that change depending on the time of the show. There is no preferred or prepaid parking available and no valet service.
What food and beverage options are there at the venue?
There are no food and beverage options available at the venue, but the Dr. Phillips Center and Bob Carr Theater have partnered with multiple nearby restaurants to get your food cravings satisfied. Some of the notable restaurants they have paired with include Artisan's Table, which specializes in a global cuisine paired with unique cocktails, and 310 Lake, which serves up classic and contemporary American cuisine.
Where are the best seats at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center?
The Bob Carr Performing Arts Center seating has been designed so that no seats have obstructed views. There are very few bad seats in the venue. Some of the better seats may be in the center rows, where you'll be able to see the whole stage without angling your head significantly.
Is the venue wheelchair accessible?
The Performing Arts Center has ADA-compliant seating and parking. To request an accessible seat, you must contact the box office when purchasing tickets. Up to three companion seats can be purchased adjacent to the accessible seating.Back to Top