In 2016, the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater's inaugural year, more than 350,000 patrons attended performances at the beautiful venue. From the six-story lobby with retractable glass panels to the desert-colored Delta Performance Hall with a ceiling that simulates the night sky, this modern theater is breathtaking. Even more impressive, however, are the acts that take to the venue's two stages. From Broadway productions like The Phantom of the Opera to comedians like Tim Allen, there's something for everyone at the Eccles Theater. You can also see concerts by artists like the Doobie Brothers and Needtobreathe. Get your George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater tickets at StubHub.
What is the Eccles Theater's seating capacity?
The Eccles Theater contains two performance venues. The Delta Performance Hall holds 2,486 patrons. Seating is divided among the main floor and three additional tiers, which offer places toward the back of the theater and along the side walls. The Regent Street Black Box holds around 150 people.
Is the Eccles Theater accessible by public transportation?
UTA Trax has routes that go near the Eccles Theater. Take the 701 or 704 train to the City Center Station. You can also take the 220 bus and get off at the 100 S at 15 E stop or take the 2, 11, 205 or 902 buses to the 200 S at 20 W stop.
Is there on-site parking?
Downtown Salt Lake has a number of parking facilities that are open to the public. Most Eccles Theater ticket holders park at the Regent Street Garage, located at 55 East 200 South.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings at Eccles Theater events?
The Eccles Theater has concession stands on three levels. All food and drink items in lidded cups or bottles sold at the venue can be carried into the theater. Food selections may include cookies, salads and sandwiches. Before the show, you can have a meal at Encore Bistro, the restaurant in the Grand Lobby of the facility. Other restaurant options in the area include Bambara and Michelangelo's on Main.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
The Capitol Theater is just around the corner from the Eccles Theater. Both Utah Opera and Ballet West perform in this historic venue, and the theater also hosts plays and concerts.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along?
Child policies at the Eccles Theater vary among events. Often, patrons must be at least 5 years old, and younger children, including newborns and infants, are not admitted. For most events, every attendee must have a ticket.
Is the Eccles Theater a wheelchair-friendly facility?
Yes, the Eccles Theater provides accommodations for patrons in wheelchairs. In the Delta Performance Hall, wheelchair seating is available on all four levels. Patrons requiring disability seating may purchase up to three companion tickets. Assisted listening devices are available as well.Back to Top
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