Keller Auditorium is a performing arts theater located in Portland, Oregon. Originally called the Portland Municipal Auditorium when it was built in 1917, Keller Auditorium is known as a premier location to attend concerts, ballets and operas. It has played host to world-renowned artists such as Led Zeppelin and touring Broadway shows, including
School of Rock and Wicked. It is also home to the Portland Opera and the Oregon Ballet Theatre. The theater's acoustic ambiance and beautiful interior provide visitors with an engaging and memorable experience no matter the event or performance. Get Keller Auditorium tickets at StubHub for all of your favorite events.
What is the seating capacity?
The maximum seating capacity at Keller Auditorium is 2,992 people.
Can I take photos or record during the event or performance?
The use of flash photography, cameras with detachable lenses and audio/video recording devices is strictly prohibited at Keller Auditorium concerts and events. The use of non-flash personal photography is dependent on the policies of the specific event attended. Visitors unsure of whether personal photography is permitted during the show they plan to attend are welcome to contact the venue directly to inquire.
Is the venue fully accessible and wheelchair-friendly?
Keller Auditorium seating includes wheelchair-accessible and companion seating, accessible drop-off zones and wheelchair-accessible entrances and restrooms. The venue also provides courtesy wheelchairs to transfer guests from their vehicles to their seating locations. While the venue does not offer wheelchair-accessible on-site parking, there are several nearby parking facilities that do. Attendees who need accessibility accommodations should contact Keller Auditorium in advance to make arrangements.
What attractions are near the Keller Auditorium?
Keller Auditorium is near several local attractions, including the Oregon Historical Society, the Portland Art Museum, the Portland Farmer's Market and the Elk Fountain. Visitors wishing to tour the sights of Portland can participate in a free walking tour offered by Secrets of Portlandia. There are also several eateries near the auditorium, including Morton's Steakhouse and Murata.
What is the dress code?
Keller Auditorium events do not enforce a dress code. While some individuals may choose to dress up, especially during opening night performances, this is not required.
Can I bring in my own food and drink?
Outside food and drink are strictly prohibited. Keller Auditorium does offer patrons the opportunity to purchase meals such as harvest mushroom soup and roasted turkey breast at the Keller Cafe, located on the first balcony level of the theater. The Keller Cafe opens 90 minutes prior to the start of shows and events and also offers a variety of desserts and cocktails.Back to Top