Ticketing & General Information

Ticket sales are handled through the Campanile administrative office next to the auditorium. The lobby & auditorium open 1 hour prior to event.  All shows are general admission seating, unless stated otherwise. Advance ticket prices end the day prior to the event.  Advance ticket prices are not available on the day of the event.

Tickets are non-refundable. If you are unable to use a ticket for a Campanile Center Performing Arts Series event, please consider donating it back to the Campanile Center at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled performance. We will provide you with a letter confirming the tax-deductible status of the donation upon request.

Student/military rush tickets are only available one hour prior to event. Any full-time student or military personnel may purchase a student/military rush ticket for $10 with valid student/military ID. (Tickets are subject to availability, some exclusions may apply).

Ticketing Fees.  When ordering your tickets online, there is a $3.50 per ticket processing fee. If purchasing tickets over the phone or in person with a credit/debit card, there is a $2 per ticket fee. You may avoid these fees by coming to the Administrative Office to purchase tickets and pay with either cash or check. All fees, except for ticket exchange, will be waived with a cash payment. The Administrative Office is open Monday thru Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm.

 Wheelchair Accessibility/Special Needs. The main floor, including rest rooms, are handicapped accessible. Wheelchair seating is available throughout the auditorium. If you will be needing special assistance, please contact the administrative office at 715-356-9700.

Children. Municipal Fire Codes require ALL audience members (even those of lap-sitting size) to have a ticket.

Assistive Listening Devices. Assistive Listening Systems have been installed in the main hall at the Campanile to improve sound quality and performance. Headsets may be used at any seat. Induction neck loops are also available for patrons who use hearing aids and cochlear implants with a “T” switch. Learn More >