Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theater – One Day Sale & Free Event tonight!

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The 5th Avenue Theater in Seattle is offering a special sale today for 24 hours to celebrate the “Seattle Celebrates Bernstein” Festival.  They are offering reduced ticket prices for the next two shows coming to the 5th Avenue, which includes Leonard Bernstein’s musical On the Town & and Bernstein’s masterpiece Candide.

All day today thru tomorrow, Tuesday March 23rd, at 9:59am pst, you can purchase tickets to select performances of these two shows for just $19.18, celebrating Bernstein’s birth on August 25, 1918.  This special ticket price will be good for any Friday evening performance of either of these shows.

This special price of $19.18 will be good for ALL seats (excluding the Pearl seats).  These prices typically range from $29.50 – $83.50/ticket!! Wow! What a great savings!!

Here are the dates of the Friday shows:
On the Town ~ April 16, April 23, April 30
Candide ~ May 28, June 4, June 11

Here’s how you can reserve your tickets:

-Use the promo code 24HOUR online via The 5th’s website at (service fees apply to online orders)

-Go in person to the box office, 1308 5th Avenue, Seattle. Box office hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

See all the details HERE!

Spotlight Night:

The 5th Avenue theater is also offering a special FREE event tonight to kick off the Bernstein celebration.  It is called “Spotlight Night”, where they will feature a “tune-filled evening” – a  look at the life of Bernstein & a sneak-peek at the two upcoming Bernstein shows. This show starts at 7pm. Tickets are free, but you must reserve them ahead of time (it sounds like there are still tickets available). You can reserve your tickets by phone by calling 206-625-1900/toll-free 888-5TH-4TIX (584-4849), in person at the box office at 1308 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101, or online


  1. Thanks! I just bought a set. The original price was $83.50 each and they only charged $19 each and then a $11 add. charge. I’m excited!!!

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