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Benefits of Forming a Group
Group customers are generally entitled to priority seating for shows in the Broadway series. After series subscription sales are over, the Broadway shows immediately go on sale to groups – giving group customers the opportunity to place tickets on hold before the shows go on sale to the general public. Groups are seated in the order the reservation is taken.
Coordinating the busy schedules of everyone in your group is hard enough – don't let economics exclude anyone in your group from a night at the Hall. The flexible pricing option is for members of the same group with different sized pocketbooks. Some members of your group may wish to reserve tickets in the Petite Balcony, while others may want to reserve a more expensive ticket in the Front Orchestra. No problem! Your group may spread out its reserved tickets over multiple price ranges of the same performance of an event, accommodating everyone's budget.
Forming a Group
Additional information is available if your church, bank, school or organization is planning to advertise tickets for a performance. Digital artwork, black and white or color photographs, flyers, posters and informational copy regarding the performance are often available upon request and can easily be shared with you.
And For an Encore
Let us help you arrange a special evening for your group, complete with performance tickets and a pre- or post-performance reception or presentation.This is a unique way to entertain business associates, entice professionals to attend your company's presentation or to simply meet and have fun with your organization. The Hall has two unique reception spaces and can provide private catering needs and special requests at minimal cost. This is based on availability.
Frequently Asked Questions
If I reserve tickets for a group, do I receive discounted tickets?
Discounted tickets for groups are available for most events presented by Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts. Some Broadway shows offer discounts for select performances only.
How many tickets do I have to reserve in order to receive the group rate?
The standard group size for series shows is 10 or more, although some Broadway touring companies require a larger group minimum.
What are the benefits of ordering group tickets?
- Discount tickets over regular single ticket prices.
- Convenient ticket reservations by phone or fax, and tickets are mailed to you.
- Free tour of the Hall (please pre-arrange, based on availability).
- Convenient parking in the covered parking garage just a few steps away from the venue entrance. Missouri State University charges for parking at most events.
- Free "Introduction to the Performance" before most Broadway series events. Learn more about the show you're attending.
- No hassle – no deposit is required to hold your group reservation. Make your reservations early and pay later. It's so easy!
How do I make a group reservation?
- Choose the performance(s) your group would like to attend.
- Estimate the number of people attending.
Reserve your tickets NOW by calling Group Sales Coordinator Anjanette Nowell
Make your reservations as early as possible to ensure availability of desired performance(s).
How do I pay for my group tickets?
For most Broadway touring shows, payment in full is due two weeks prior to the first performance date of the run. Final counts should also be received no later than two weeks prior to the performance date. If reservations are made within two weeks of the performance date, payment due date will be determined by the group sales coordinator. Payment can be made with cash, check or credit card. Juanita K. Hammons Hall accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Sorry, purchase orders are not accepted. Please make checks payable to: Missouri State TIX.
No refunds, exchanges or cancellations will be honored after payment has been received. If full payment has not been made by the due date, the seats will be released for sale to the general public.