BOX OFFICE

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Northwest Sinfonietta is partnering with Tacoma Arts Live for all advance subscription and single ticket sales. For day-of show tickets, please arrive at the venue up to 90 minutes ahead of the performance start time.

  • By phone: 253.591.5894 or 1.800.291.7593

  • Online: Click here to get tickets

  • In person at the Box Office: 901 Broadway, Tacoma (Monday-Friday 11am-5pm)

  • In person at the Rialto Theater window beginning 90 minutes prior to show time

  • In person at the Pioneer Park Pavilion beginning 90 minutes prior to show time

Fees and Methods of Payment

  • All orders are subject to Tacoma Arts Live ticketing fees.

  • The Tacoma Arts Live Box Office accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and personal checks.

Ticket Exchanges and Return Policy:

  • Subscribers may exchange tickets at no charge

  • A $5 exchange fee applies per single ticket

  • Ticket purchases are non-refundable

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Subscriber Benefits

Subscription pricing offers a 10% discount over single ticket pricing, and subscribers may purchase additional tickets at the discounted price. Each subscription includes a promotional code valid for one additional ticket to any of the performances during the season, subject to availability. Subscribers also enjoy free ticket exchange.

Other Discounts - available by phone or in person

  • Active military receive 20% off regular prices

  • A group purchase of 10+ tickets to a given performance will receive a 20% discount

  • Audience members age 21-35 are eligible for $20 tickets at the Pioneer Park Pavilion. ID may be required upon picking up tickets at the venue

  • $10 student rush tickets are available with ID up to 2 hours prior to show time

  • Whole Child Access Pass students in Tacoma are eligible for $10 student tickets along with discounted guardian tickets

 


 

 “The surroundings were relaxed, but the performance was admirably crisp and disciplined.”

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Two special Northwest venues

 
 

TACOMA:
Rialto theater

Enjoy exquisite performances in this landmark theater with stunning acoustics…

Enjoy exquisite performances in this landmark theater with stunning acoustics…

Saturday evening performances take place at the Rialto Theater, in the heart of Tacoma's downtown Theater District.  As the city where Northwest Sinfonietta debuted, the Tacoma concerts blend longtime supporters with new audience members. The ornate design of this 1918 venue provides the perfect ambience for the intimate Sinfonietta performances.

 

 

Directions

By Car:

  • From I-5 take the City Center exit onto 705.

  • Take the City Center exit again and continue to 9th St.

  • Go left on 9th and up the hill to Broadway.

  • The Rialto half a block up from Broadway on Court C. Ample street parking available as well as paid spots in many surrounding lots.

By Bus (Pierce Transit):

  • The stop in front of the Rialto is served by many routes, including the 1 and 2 buses (which run into the evening after concerts).

  • The Rialto is two blocks from the main Tacoma transit center, serving most routes and the nearby Commerce Street stop for the Tacoma Link light rail.

By Light Rail (Tacoma Link):

  • The Link's final stop is at the Theater District / S 9th St station. From that point, walk west (up the hill) two blocks to the Rialto Theater.

  • Parking is free at the Tacoma Dome station, where the Tacoma Link begins; the light rail runs every 12 minutes from all stations until 10:00pm.


PUYALLUP:
Pioneer Park Pavillion

Join together with friends at a table, bring a lunch to share, purchase a glass of wine or beer, and relax...

Join together with friends at a table, bring a lunch to share, purchase a glass of wine or beer, and relax...

Each Sunday matinee takes place in downtown Puyallup's Pioneer Park Pavilion.  The orchestra is surrounded by a series of round tables where audience members, donors and sponsors can pair fine food and wine with the afternoon's musical offerings. This performance is an ideal concert experience for those who enjoy a casual, communal approach to classical music.

 

 

Directions

The Pioneer Park Pavilion is in Puyallup on 4th Ave. SW between S Meridian and 2nd St. SW.

From SR 512

  • Take the Pioneer Ave. exit and turn left onto Pioneer Ave. The turn onto Pioneer will be a left turn whether from Southbound or from Northbound SR 512. Turn left onto S Meridian and right onto 4th Ave. SW.

Parking:

  • Free parking is available on the street, as well as in the Puyallup Library lot directly adjacent to the Pavilion.

Please note:  State law prohibits patrons from bringing outside alcohol into the venue; outside food is permitted. Doors open one hour before the performance for seating.