EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WHERE TO GO, WHERE TO PARK, THEATER SEATING AND MORE.
Explore Uptown and pair the ballet with one of our favorite local spots!
PATRICIA MCBRIDE & JEAN-PIERRE BONNEFOUX
CENTER FOR DANCE
Home to our company and Academy, the Center for Dance is a 200-seat theater located in uptown Charlotte.
701 N. Tryon Street | Charlotte, NC 28202
Presenting dance in an intimate setting. This 197 seat black box theater has 10 rows and is split into three seating sections: Orchestra Right, Orchestra Center and Orchestra Left.
The Hal Marshall County Services parking lot across N Tryon St.
Located in uptown Charlotte at Levine Center for the Arts
430 S. Tryon Street | Charlotte, NC 28202
The Orchestra is on the same level as the stage and includes Orchestra Front and Orchestra Rear seating areas. One floor above the Orchestra is the Grand Tier & Mezzanine level. Grand Tier seating is at the front of that level with the Mezzanine just behind.
A special preferred parking rate of only $10 is available for patrons at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center’s designated garage, Levine Center for the Arts Parking Garage. The $10 rate is applicable when parked in the garage after 5 PM on weekdays. There is no time restriction for the weekend. Cash is accepted only on the way into the garage, not upon exit.
Located in uptown Charlotte at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
130 N. Tryon Street | Charlotte, NC 28202
Belk Theater has four seating levels – each level offers its own unique view of the stage and orchestra pit.
1. The Orchestra at the same level as the stage and ascending in height
2. The Grand Tier
A special preferred parking rate of only $10 is available for patrons at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center’s designated garage, the Bank of America Center Parking Garage. The $10 rate is applicable when parked in the garage after 5 PM on weekdays. There is no time restriction for the weekend. Cash is accepted only on the way into the garage, not upon exit.
To ensure you enjoy your experience with us, here are some helpful tips for attending a Charlotte Ballet performance. If your question isn’t answered, our Associate Director of Marketing & Communications would be happy to help!
Please note that we do not offer late seating during the performance. If you arrive after the performance has begun, you will be asked to wait outside the theater doors until the piece ends or there is an approved seating break, so as to not disrupt the dancers or other audience members. Thank you for your understanding.
If you can’t find your tickets in advance of the show, give the Box Office a call at 704.372.1000 to have them reprinted. It’s helpful to have your customer ID number or order number when calling. If you can’t find them on the night of the show, visit the Box Office when you arrive at the theater and they will be able to reprint your tickets.
Every performance varies in length, but most are approximately two hours including one intermission. We recommend arriving 30 minutes prior to the start of the performance. The lobby opens an hour prior to the performance and the theater doors open 30 minutes beforehand.
INFANT TICKET POLICIES
Please note that all attendees require a performance ticket to enter the theater, including children.
There is not a dress code for performances. Some patrons choose to dress up for a special night out, while others wear more business casual attire.