Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts Moran Theater Tickets
The Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts is the premier entertainment spot along the riverfront in Jacksonville, Florida. Opened in 1962 under the name Civic Auditorium, it's been host to all manner of events in its Moran Theater, Jacoby Symphony Hall and Terry Theater. Among the many people, groups and productions who have performed there over the years are Hozier, Shen Yun, Maze, Tony Bennett, the play Wicked and the musical the Phantom of the Opera, just to name a few. With so many bold and exciting events going on, and with new ones every season, make sure to grab your Times-Union Center for Performing Arts' Moran Theater tickets for your favorite events at StubHub.
What is the maximum occupancy for the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts Moran Theater?
For the entire Times-Union Center, there is room enough for 6,127. For the Moran Theater specifically, the seating available totals at 2,979.
Is the Times-Union Center a child-friendly venue?
The Times-Union Center and the Moran Theater are child-friendly and allow people of all ages to enjoy the shows going on within the venues. Children will be required to have tickets and should behave in a way befitting the type of show they are seeing.
What kind of parking is available near the Times-Union Center?
Guests attending Times Union Center events or Moran Theater events have a number of parking garages and lots available within a short walking distance. These include Water Street Garage, Enterprise Parking, Pro-America Parking and Jacksonville Landing. Prices may vary from location to location. Additionally, valet parking is offered by the Omni Hotel across the street. There are only handicapped parking spaces at the Times-Union Center itself.
Are food and drink allowed within the Moran Theater?
Food and drink are not allowed within any of the theaters or performance halls of the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts. Various pre- and post-show events may have catering services courtesy of SAVORÉJacksonville, but none of the refreshments are allowed within the doors of the performance areas. In general, the venue recommends guests have dining plans already lined up if they are not planning to attend an event with catering.
Is the Moran Theater wheelchair-accessible?
The Moran Theater and all other areas of the Times-Union Center aim to be wheelchair and disability accessible. Wheelchair seating is available at all ticket price levels. Patrons are able to check out assistive listening devices prior to entering the theater, and ASL interpreters can be arranged with a two-week notice to the Center. Service animals are also allowed within the theater space.
What other entertainment options can I pursue in the area?
There are a number of dining spots listed on the Times-Union Center's website, recommending places for guests to eat before or after a show. The Omni Hotel is right across the street, and it is complete with its own bistro and cafe as well as meeting and ballroom access for various events held there.Back to Top
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