Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts Tickets
Ever since its inception in 2006, the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto has been a major player in the Toronto performing arts scene. The brainchild of premiere Toronto-based architecture firm Diamond Schmitt Architects, this gorgeous space was custom-built for operas and ballets. With its stellar acoustics, large orchestra pit and well-thought-out stage and seating areas, it's naturally fitting that it's the official home of the Canadian Opera Company and the space where the National Ballet of Canada holds its performances. The centre's gorgeous glass staircase is its signature design element, setting the tone of the space. Get your tickets to Four Seasons Centre events at StubHub.
What is the Four Seasons Centre's seating capacity?
The centre can seat a total of 2,070 people. There are five levels called rings. This includes an orchestra ring, a grand ring, ring 3, ring 4 and ring 5. For full performances, the National Ballet of Canada provides up to 60 tickets that are standing room only that come with a leaning rail to rest your body against and a hook to hang your bag and coat.
How is the orchestra ring set up at Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts concerts?
There are 922 seats in the orchestra ring. It has five raised rows that are situated at the back of the orchestra. There are also two rows to the left and the right sides of the orchestra that have non-fixed seats.
Is the Four Seasons Centre a wheelchair friendly facility?
Every ring at the centre is wheelchair accessible except ring 5. If the person using a wheelchair has a support person to provide assistance during a performance, the National Ballet of Canada offers a complimentary ticket for the support person when a full-price ticket is purchased. Service animals are also accommodated at the centre where aisle or leg space is available as long as the presence of the animal does not obstruct other guests in any way.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
There are a number of other entertainment options available in the area. The Aga Khan Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario and Canadian Stage are all within walking distance or a short cab ride away. Shirley Lum's A Taste of the World Walking Tour is a great way to get a feel for the culinary history of the neighbourhood and spend a day sampling delicious fare before a Four Seasons Centre event.
Is there parking nearby?
There is parking for about 200 cars underneath the centre. Enter the parking garage on York Street, and be prepared to pay $24. If the garage is full, you can try the nearby Green P parking lot beneath Nathan Phillips Square. The maximum price you'll pay during the day $15, and the maximum price during the night is $6. The maximum price on weekends is $8.Back to Top