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Tickets for the 2018 Festival Performances ARE NOW ON SALE.

 

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Festival Location

We have a new location for 2018 due to Hurricane Harvey:

Zilkha Hall
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

800 Bagby Street, Houston, TX 77002
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Ticket Prices

Tickets range from $25–$59. Price includes ALL fees, including service fees.

Where to Buy

Purchase tickets online (link below) or in person or by phone via

The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
800 Bagby Street, Houston, TX 77002
Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday from 10:00am–6:00pm; Saturday – Sunday 11:00am–4:00pm (CST)
Phone: 713-315-2525, Option 4

Available Discounts

The following discounts are also available online, by phone or in person:

  • Seniors (65 and over) and Students (valid ID required) – $3 off the ticket price for all price levels.
  • Multi-night package (2 or 3 nights, purchased at the same time) – 10% off the ticket price for all price levels.
  • Groups of 10 or more (must be purchased at the same time) – 10% off the base ticket price for all price levels.

Promotional code discounts, if applicable, may be used online, by phone or in person. NO multiple discounts can be applied.

Festival Format

Each evening’s performance is programmed differently, mixing choreographic works over the three nights. Each company represented will usually perform each piece of choreography twice over the three nights.

 

Members of Norwegian National Ballet (Oslo, Norway) performing Imitations. Choreography by Garrett Smith. Photo by Erik Berg. 2018 Festival performance.
Above: Members of Norwegian National Ballet (Oslo, Norway) performing Imitations. Choreography by Garrett Smith. Photo by Erik Berg.
Royal Swedish Ballet (Stockholm) performing Julia and Romeo.  Choreography by Mats Ek. 2018 Festival performance. Photo by Royal Swedish Ballet.
Royal Swedish Ballet (Stockholm) performing Julia and Romeo. Choreography by Mats Ek. 2018 Festival performance. Photo by Royal Swedish Ballet.