Reynolds Hall is one of three theaters in Smith Center, a performing arts complex occupying five acres within Las Vegas' 61-acre Symphony Park. Built between 2009 and 2012 at a total cost of $470 million, Smith Center boasts a Neo Art Deco facade and silhouette. Reynolds Hall is a modern music venue equipped for concerts with an annual calendar consisting of Broadway musicals and solo acts like Fiddler on the Roof, Johnny Mathis and Weird Al Yankovic. Reynolds Hall's seating area has a capacity of 2,050 spread over five levels. The hall's interior has a classic horseshoe shape with seating levels atop each other to keep every seat close to the stage. Score the best seats possible when you purchase Reynolds Hall at Smith Center Las Vegas tickets at StubHub.
What kind of parking is available?
Guests attending Reynolds Hall at Smith Center events have several parking options to choose from. On-site valet parking at Reynolds Hall is available for a fee. There is also Smith Center parking via West Clark Avenue or Symphony Park Avenue and surface parking on Promenade Place. The parking lots offer ADA-compliant parking as well.
Can you get to Reynolds Hall at Smith Center by public transportation?
Yes, you can. RTC Transit's Westcliff Area Express and Centennial Express both provide express service directly to the Bonneville Transit Center, which is about half a mile from the Smith Center.
Can you bring food or beverages into Reynolds Hall?
No, food and beverages are not allowed inside Reynolds Hall except plain bottled water and beverages served in Smith Center's capped beverage holders. Light refreshments and snacks are available in the mezzanine lounge. Management asks that you restrict the eating of your snacks to the lounge either before the show or during intermissions.
Is Reynolds Hall at Smith Center a wheelchair-friendly venue?
Yes, Reynolds Hall at Smith Center seating is ADA compliant and suitable for wheelchair users. The venue also has ramps and elevators for smooth access to different levels. Other available amenities include assisted listening devices, wireless captions, audio descriptions and ASL interpretation. Certified service dogs are welcome.
Do small children need Reynolds Hall at Smith Center tickets for admission?
It depends on the production. Generally, children under five years of age do not need a ticket for Reynolds Hall at Smith Center events. Under these circumstances, your kid must sit in your lap during the entire performance. This "under five-years-old" rule is soft and usually does not apply to family-friendly shows and shows geared towards kids. Call the box office before buying your ticket to confirm each production's age minimum for tickets.
What is the Reynolds Hall at Smith Center dress code?
The dress code is casual for all performances except special occasions and galas when concert attire is expected.Back to Top