Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Robinson Center Music Hall is one of Little Rock's flagship performance arts venues. It is the official home of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra and frequently hosts international performance troupes, touring Broadway musicals and special music/dance events, such as Shen Yun, The Sound of Music and the Moscow Ballet. Robinson Center Music Hall has 2,222 seats spread over three sections, including boxes. Erected in 1939, the building takes its name from Joseph Taylor Robinson, a former Arkansas governor. Robinson Center Music Hall's facade is especially unique with Greek Revival Style columns atop a dramatic waterfall of front steps. The building's external spotlights are colored and frequently deployed in combinations corresponding to major holidays. Find great tickets to Robinson Center Music Hall events at StubHub today.
What is the best Robinson Center Music Hall seating location?
All of the Robinson Center Music Hall seating provides an unobstructed view of the stage. The hall is acoustical, so there are bound to be sweet spots. The hall's three sections include the orchestra, the grand tier and the upper tier. In most acoustical halls, the grand and upper tier receive clear, warm sound. However, orchestra seats put you up close to the melodies, action and sights on the stage, offering an equally rich theatrical experience.
Where to park for Robinson Center Music Hall events?
There is on-site self-parking available for a fee. The fee varies between seasons and events, but it's usually less than $15. There are also additional lots within the vicinity in case the Robinson Parking Garage is full when you arrive.
Are there Robinson Center Music Hall tickets for wheelchair users?
You do not require special Robinson Center Music Hall tickets if you are a wheelchair user. The entire facility is accessible, with wheelchair-friendly parking in the Robinson Parking Garage and a wheelchair lift in the vestibule of the Robinson at the Lobby Level.
What about assisted listening devices?
The Robinson Center Music Hall keeps assisted listening devices on hand for patrons to use as needed. The devices are located at the receptionist desk. Devices are free to use, but you must turn over your government issued ID in exchange for the device. You'll receive your ID back when you return the device.
Do all children require Robinson Center Music Hall tickets?
Yes, they do. The Robinson Center Music Hall does not admit children under a certain age for free. All children, regardless of age, must have tickets to attend Robinson Center Music Hall events.
Are cameras allowed inside the auditorium during Robinson Center Music Hall events?
Yes, you can bring your camera or recording device, but it must be non-professional (no detachable lenses). Naturally, cell phones are allowed. Depending on the event, cell phone usage and even non-professional cameras and recording devices may be discouraged. This event-specific info is available from staff or sometimes enclosed on a printed notice stuffed into the evening's program.Back to Top
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