|Niswonger offers first tickets of the season|
|Thursday, June 20, 2013 12:23 AM|
The 2013-14 season at The Niswonger Performing Arts Center was unveiled to great applause and has proven worthy of the wait.
Featuring a schedule packed full of high energy and critically acclaimed national and international artists, tickets are in high-demand.
The Niswonger Box Office will open the first ticket sales of the season at noon today to Grand Series ticket buyers only. The Grand Series contains 19 diverse events that include pop culture and country music sweetheart Kellie Pickler; Christian music crossover artist, Michael W. Smith; a mighty stage presence from TBDBITL, The Ohio State Marching Band; stage great Tony Orlando at Christmas; jazz sensation Dave Koz and Friends Christmas; the highly rated PBS children’s program Dinosaur Train LIVE on stage; animal enthusiast Jungle Jack Hanna along with his animal friends; acclaimed West Side Story Broadway; the return of the hilarious Church Basement Ladies; the breathtaking Cinderella Ballet performed by the State of Russia Ballet Company; media icon, US Ag Reporter, Orion Samuelson; past Jersey Boys performers appear as Under The Streetlamp; Christian music trio Point Of Grace at Christmas; the laugh-out-loud humor of The Addam’s Family Broadway show; the interactive “Not So” Newlywed Show with “The” Bob Eubanks; timeless music of The Spinners; lecture speaker Courtnee Carrigan shares on diversity in the workplace; return guest speaker Ceci Wiselogel presenting “Let Freedom Ring” and direct from New York City, Gilbert and Sullivan Players present the wildly popular operetta comedy, HMS Pinafore.
The Grand Series is priced from $314 to $541 and reflects a 15 percent discount. Grand Series ticket buyers will be the first to access Premier Concert Event tickets for country music star, Trace Adkins. A single Grand Series purchase receives an option for a single Premier Concert Event-Trace Adkins ticket that ranges from $52.50 to $102.50.
Ticket buyers also have an option to bundle choice events into a Select Series. Select Series tickets go on sale at noon June 26 at The Niswonger Box Office. A 10 percent discount applies to the face value of the tickets when three to five events are selected. A 15 percent discount is applied to the face value of the tickets when six or more events are selected.
The Premier Concert Event - Trace Adkins can be bundled with Select Series events but does not receive a discount. A Select Series ticket buyer receives a single ticket option for The Premier Concert Event - Trace Adkins.
The freedom to choose a Select Series is available at any time in the season. To receive the discount, Select Series must be purchased in person at the Niswonger Box Office, 10700 SR 118 South, Van Wert, or via phone, (419) 238-6722 (NPAC).
Event tickets are available for individual shows approximately 90 days prior to the event date. These dates are communicated on the website, facebook events page and in the season catalog. A press release always precedes the sale date for each event. The house capacity is 1200 seats. It is possible that events can reach a sold out status before the individual event ticket release date. This is dependent upon sales during the Grand and Select series sales windows that begin June 20 and June 26 respectively.
The Community Concert Series, which features Debby Boone along with three other culturally outstanding music performances throughout the season, is also available separate of a Grand Series purchase.
The Community Concert Series including Debby Boone, The Sonos Handbell Ensemble at Christmas, The Toledo Symphony Orchestra performing Rodgers & Hammerstien and the world choir games champion, Voices of Unity Youth Choir, provides four amazing concert experiences at the Niswonger for only $60. Any of these four concerts may also be purchased as part of a Select Series package. This series is available now at the Niswonger Box Office.
The Niswonger Performing Arts Center of Northwest Ohio is thrilled to share the excitement of the 2013-14 season. All are invited to experience the diverse performances at the Niswonger, where inspiration is alive.