Ticket Policies

How much do OBF tickets cost?
OBF has a variety of different ticket types in all price ranges. While we present a number of free events, paid concerts usually range from $20 to $70. Students with ID may attend most concerts for just $10. OBF practices demand-based pricing with tickets on a sliding scale up and down, thus we do not publish specific single ticket prices. To receive the best prices, consider becoming a Friend of the Festival.

Are there fees for tickets purchased to OBF concerts?
Yes. There are some additional costs you will encounter when purchasing tickets. Fees vary based on multiple factors, but are always kept as low as possible.

What is your refund policy?
Tickets sales are final.

What is your weather policy?
OBF does not cancel or reschedule performances due to inclement weather, and does not issue refunds due to weather.

 

Attending a Concert

Where do I park? How much does parking cost?
Two parking garages are near the Hult Center and available for event parking at $6 per vehicle, cash only. For more information, please visit our Venues page.

What are my dining options?
The Hult Center offers light refreshments for purchase. For a list of restaurants near each of our venues, please visit our Dining page.

What is the dress code?
At OBF, you’ll see all sorts of dress—from elegant cocktail attire to business casual to jeans. The rule of thumb is: wear what makes you feel most comfortable.

May I bring my children to a concert?
We generally follow the school-age and up rule. OBF welcomes children ages six and up. A ticket is required for each person, regardless of age.

What happens if I’m late to a concert?
To cause the least amount of disruption to the performance and to other patrons, if you arrive late you’ll be seated at the discretion of the House Manager. You might not be seated in your assigned seats until intermission. If you must leave the concert during the performance, please do so quietly. Re-entry while the performance is in progress is at the discretion of the House Manager.

Are the venues accessible to persons with disabilities?
Yes, all of our performance spaces are accessible for those with disabilities. If you require wheelchair-accessible seating, we request you call ahead to reserve your seats so we can ensure we are able to seat you where you want. Contact the Ticket Office at 541-682-5000. Please note: the Beall Concert Hall and Soreng Theater balconies are not wheelchair accessible.

Do the venues have listening devices?
Assisted listening devices are available for Hult Center performances on a first come, first served basis.

Do all concerts have an intermission?
Most OBF concerts have at least one intermission. On occasion, however, a concert may be performed without an intermission. Information regarding these will be found in your performance programs or on the concert pages of the website.

What’s your policy on cameras, beepers, and cell phones at concerts?
Photography is not permitted during concerts. The ringing of a cell phone or beeper can be quite distracting for both the audience and the performers. If you bring a cell phone or beeper into the concert hall, please turn it off before the performance begins. If you must use your cell phone at intermission, please do so in the lobby and remember to turn it off before re-entering.