Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric Tickets
A popular music venue in Baltimore, Maryland, the Modell Performing Arts Center was once called the Music Hall and then the Lyric Opera House and is located near the University of Baltimore. Created to resemble the Concertgebouw Concert Hall in Amsterdam, the building opened its doors originally in 1894. For decades, the hall was the home of opera and symphony performances. It was also the home of the Baltimore Opera Company. In 2010, the venue became the Modell Performing Arts Center. Today, it's still the home of today's best talent with acts like Brit Floyd, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, The Bizarre World of Frank Zappa Hologram Tour, Diana Ross and Pride and Joy. The best Modell Performing Arts Center tickets are available at StubHub.
What is the Modell Performing Arts Center's seating capacity?
For Modell Performing Arts Center events, the seating capacity is 2,564.
Is the Modell Performing Arts Center accessible by public transportation?
You can reach the Lyric using public transportation. The University of Baltimore/Mount Royal Light Rail Station is right across from the Lyric. During the week and on Saturdays, the trains run from 4:45 a.m. through 11:45 p.m. Trains going south to Glen Burnie run during the week and on Saturdays from 4:24 a.m. through 11:40 p.m. Trains run north and south on Sundays from 11 a.m. through 7:25 p.m. Baltimore's Penn Station is two blocks northeast of the Lyric. They offer daily service between Baltimore and Washington's Union Station on both AMTRAK and MARC from early morning until 11:30 p.m.
Is there parking nearby?
There are limited parking spaces available on Mount Royal Avenue, including several accessible spaces. The official garage of the Lyric is Fitzgerald Garage on Oliver Street that's one block north of the Lyric. Parking for some events can be found at the Cathedral Street Garage which is one block south of the Lyric. The Symphony Center Garage is available and adjacent to Park Avenue and about two blocks from the Lyric. Prices for parking vary.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
Yes, there are attractions for each person in your group near the Lyric. The curious members of your group might enjoy the Ripley's Believe It or Not Aquarium or Maryland Science Center. History lovers will enjoy the Walters Art Museum, Historic Ships in Baltimore and the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park. There are a number of highly rated hotels and restaurants in the district as well.
Does the Lyric have a child policy?
Children up to one year of age aren't required to have a ticket for Modell Performing Arts Center events but will have to sit on a parent or guardian's lap during the show. If the child has had their first birthday, a ticket will be required for them. Some shows may be age restricted, so please see the event listing for more details on the attendance of children.Back to Top
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