For the safety of our guests and performers, No Firearms or Weapons are allowed on Center Stage Atlanta property.
Can I use the .pdf version of my ticket on my smart phone at the door?
Yes, we can scan your phone!
Can I smoke inside?
As of January 2013, Center Stage, The Loft & Vinyl are smoke free. This includes electronic cigarettes.
Where is Center Stage located?
Just across the 17th Street bridge from Atlantic Station at 1374 West Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta. Click here for directions!
Wait, I’m confused – is this also The Loft and Vinyl?
Yes. Center Stage houses three venues at our location: Center Stage Theater, The Loft, and Vinyl.
What are your box office hours?
The box office at Center Stage is open from 11a.m. – 6p.m. Monday-Friday and on Center Stage Theater show nights to purchase tickets for all three venues.
Are you convenient to MARTA?
Center Stage is very convenient to Marta – take the train to Arts Center, make a right out of the station on West Peachtree St., and we’ll be on your left at the corner of 17th St. & West Peachtree St.
Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets for Center Stage Theater shows can be purchased via Ticketmaster.com, by phone at (800) 745-3000 or all Ticketmaster outlets (Publix, etc.)
Tickets for The Loft and Vinyl can be purchases through Ticketalternative.com, by phone at 1-877-725-8849, or from all Ticket Alternative outlets including local area Whole Foods Markets, CD Warehouse locations, Criminal Records, Decatur CD & Fantasyland Records.
Can I purchase over the phone?
Sorry, we don’t do phone sales through our box office. Please use the sales numbers for Ticketmaster or Ticket Alternative listed above.
Where should I park?
There is parking deck attached to our theater which we DO NOT operate. If there is a Center Stage Theater show, the deck costs $10, regardless of which venue you are attending. If there is a Loft show (but no Center Stage show), the deck is $5. If Vinyl is housing our only show of the evening, the deck is free. For a layout of parking areas, click here.
If I’m just purchasing tickets, do I have to pay for parking?
Parking is free while purchasing tickets between 11am – 5pm. Just make sure you park in a “box office visitor” spot.
Do you have an ATM?
We have an ATM in the box office lobby, convenient to all three venues.
I left my tickets at Will Call. Where and how do I get those?
For Center Stage Theater shows, Will Call is available at the box office one hour prior to doors opening. For The Loft and Vinyl shows, your will call is available at the door to the venue once doors open. The only requirement for picking up will call tickets is a valid photo ID. We recommend you also bring along your confirmation number to help smooth out any potential ticket glitches.
I lost my tickets….
We can probably help you out with that. Make sure the original purchaser of the tickets brings a photo ID to the box office window on the night of the show.
What does “General Admission” mean?
General Admission means that there is not assigned seating/area in the section for which your ticket is valid. Seating charts vary by show so please be sure to check the maps as often times the GA section is standing room only. For shows where the whole theater is GA you can sit or stand wherever is available when you arrive. If you have any questions feel free to call our box office at 404-885-1365.
My Ticket says General Admission, but has a row and seat number…
Those numbers are just for our reference in terms of tickets sold. They are not valid rows or seat numbers in our Theater. The ticket will also say “GA” before the row and seat, which means General Admission (first come, first-served) seating.
How early do people line up for shows?
There’s really no way to predict that. Generally speaking, if you are here no later than the listed door time (or within 30 minutes-hour before), you won’t have a problem finding a seat that suits you. Sold out shows will, of course, mean longer lines and a higher demand for premium seats.
What should I wear?
None of our venues have a specific dress code. As long as you are fully clothed and comfortable, you’re good to go.
Do you have a coat check?
When the season calls for it, we do. It’ll set you back $3 and we’ll hang on to your coat until the end of the show. Coat check is located just inside the Center Stage lobby doors.
Are you handicap accessible?
We are. For more on our handicap seating policy, please click here.
Do you allow cameras?
Generally, small point and shoot (pocket size) cameras are allowed. Sometimes an artist will request no photography whatsoever, and we will abide by those rules…check with our box office on the day of the show for the most updated information!
Do you serve food?
DaVinci’s pizzeria serves various offering in Center Stage, The Loft & Vinyl during most shows. We have full service bars in each venue. For more food, there are some good options in close proximity: directly across Interstate 85 is Atlantic Station, an outdoor mall with plenty of options (driving recommended). If you’d prefer to park here and walk somewhere, go up 17th street one block to Peachtree Street and you’ll find some good grub.
What’s your general age limit? Are you strict on those rules?
Most Center Stage shows are all ages (yes, ALL ages). However, this varies from show to show. Check the specific show listings on our venue pages. Our policy for young children (during all ages shows) is that if they are old enough to walk on their own, they require a ticket for entry. We are strict on 18+ and 21+ shows. You MUST have a valid photo ID for these shows.
What’s your capacity?
Vinyl holds 300, The Loft holds about 650, and Center Stage Theater ranges from 900-1050 depending on the show setup.
Do you have seating?
Center Stage has about 700 permanent theater seats that overlook a pit area, which is sometimes seated and sometimes left open for standing room. The Loft and Vinyl are standing room only venues.
I’m interested in renting your venue…
Please click here for more details on renting any of our venues.
Are we forgetting something?
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