MSUToday
Published: Aug. 20, 2018

Single tickets on sale now for Wharton Center's 2018-2019 season

Contact(s): Bob Hoffman Wharton Center office: (517) 884-3115 bob.hoffman@whartoncenter.com

Individual tickets for most of the shows in Wharton Center’s 2018-2019 are on sale now to the general public. This includes most of the MSU Federal Credit Union Broadway at Wharton Center Series: "School of Rock," "Love Never Dies," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Anastasia" and "Miss Saigon." "Hamilton" tickets will go on sale to the general public at a later date.

All performing arts events are also on sale now. These events include: Grammy Award® winner Renée Fleming; the holiday celebration of Mannheim Steamroller Christmas; American roots band, The Dustbowl Revival; the 60th Anniversary tour of Monterey Jazz Festival; MOMIX: Opus Cactus; and The Best of Bernstein’s Broadway featuring Teddy Abrams and Morgan James, and many more.

Individual tickets are available for purchase online at whartoncenter.com, at the Auto-Owners Insurance Ticket Office at Wharton Center (weekdays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.), and by phone at 1-800-WHARTON or 517-432-2000 (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.).

Broadway subscription packages are sold out, but performing arts subscription packages are still available. Subscription packages are best described on the Wharton Center website at: https://www.whartoncenter.com/events-tickets/become-a-subscriber.

Subscribers receive the benefit of priority seating before the general public, as well as discounted pricing. The more shows you order on your subscription, the more you save – up to 20 percent off individual ticket prices!

Wharton Center is proud to present a diverse array of performances with prices that fit many different budgets. The finest of Broadway, music, dance, plays, family shows and more make Wharton Center the premier performing arts center in Michigan.

For a complete and detailed look at Wharton Center’s entire 2018-2019 season, visit whartoncenter.com!

 

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