Ovens Auditorium opened in 1955 and has hosted a wide range of top events, from Broadway shows to speaking tours to concerts ... More
Ovens Auditorium opened in 1955 and has hosted a wide range of top events, from Broadway shows to speaking tours to concerts by Bruce Springsteen and Bob Hope. The theater has a seating capacity of nearly 2,500 and has had recent renovations to the auditorium, lobby, and exterior grounds. It is considered to be one of the top landmarks in the city, as its rose gardens and impressive fountains draw concert-goers and tourists alike. Make sure to visit the website for upcoming events. So stop by to check out the sights and maybe you will end up catching one of your favorite performers.
We purchased tickets for $100/seat on the main level. When we arrived, the ushers said our seat numbers didn't exist. After much back and forth with the box office, they set out two folding chairs and told us that would have to do. There were a large number of people at the event sitting in these horrible folding chairs spread throughout the audience.
If you decide to see a show at Oven's, just beware that you might pay top dollar and end up sitting in a really uncomfortable folding chair!!!
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