Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I purchase tickets?
Tickets for all performances are available in-person, online and via phone. We encourage attendees to purchase tickets at least 48 hours in advance, in order to ensure availability at preferred times. There is no surcharge for tickets purchased online or by credit card.
- By phone: Dee Events Center Ticket Office: (801-626-8500)
- Online: https://weberstatetickets.com
- In-person: tickets are sold beginning one hour before curtain at the Val A. Browning Center ticket office
Do you offer any special discounts?
Yes, senior citizens (65+), active members of the military (must show ID) and students receive dicounted tickets.
Can families and children attend events and performances?
The Weber State University Department of Performing Arts invites and encourages individuals of all ages to experience and enjoy the arts. However, we find our peformances to be most enjoyed by those 8 years and older. Please be respectful of other audience members and kindly step out if you should need to for any reason.
Are performances appropriate for children and young adults?
We recommend that every audience member be familiar with the content of our performances in order to determine if a production is suitable for their family.
Descriptions of all performances along with age suggestions are available at https://www.weberstatetickets.com
Is there a dress code for the performing arts events?
There is no dress code. For all performances, attire should be comfortable and appropriate for the occasion. The theaters are air conditioned so please plan
Do you provide services for patrons with disabilities?
Ushers are available to meet patrons with disabilities in the lobby of the building to escort them to designated wheelchair accessible areas via elevators. The Val A. Browning Center also provides wheelchairs for visitors. Each theater provides seating to accomodate our partrons with special disabilities.
Do you provide assisted listening devices for attendees?
Attendees can secure an assisted listening device by contacting the Val A. Browning Center ticket office or an event usher at the time of arrival.
What is the late seating policy?
The seating procedure for latecomers varies by event. Generally speaking, late attendees will be seated between music selections or at the most appropriate
time as deemed by an usher. For theatre performances, you must be in your seat 10 minutes before curtain or your ticket can be resold.