Springfield MUNI Season Subscriptions
Springfield MUNI Season Subscriptions
Season subscriptions go on sale December 31 at noon.
Single tickets will go on sale on a date TBD.
Show 1 - June 2-10
Rock of Ages - June 23-July 1
Disney's Beauty and the Beast - July 14-22
School of Rock - August 4-12
Shows begin at 8:30pm.
For one price and processing fee, you receive tickets for the same night and seat for each of the four Muni productions. All tickets are delivered to you prior to the start of the season, but if you need to change the night you would like to attend or where you wish to sit, exchanges are made at no charge.
Season Pass Subscription:
Like our season passes from the past, only they are all electronic! One price and processing fee provides four admissions exchangeable through MetroTix or the Muni Box Office for four show tickets any time during the season.
Children 5 and under are free in the GA Lawn section. Visit the Muni box office upon arrival for these complimentary admission tickets.
Wednesday night is family night! Get up to three free GA Lawn kids' tickets (under 12) with each paid GA Lawn ticket. Visit the Muni box office upon arrival for these complimentary admission tickets.
Reserved wheelchair seating is available at each end of rows C through R, indicated by the ADA icon. These are open spaces that will accommodate a wheelchair; there is no chair provided.
|SECTION||TICKET PRICE||ORDER CHARGE||PER-TICKET SERVICE CHARGE|
|Season Pass Subscription||$80.00||$10.00||none|
|SINGLE TICKET PRICING (on sale TBD)|
|General Admission Lawn||$15.00||none||$3.25|
|GA Lawn - Seniors, Students, Military, EMS/First Responders||$12.00||none||$3.25|
If you choose Delayed Mail delivery, your tickets will be sent in early April by first class mail to the billing address of the credit card.
If you choose Delayed Print-Your-Own delivery, you will be sent an email from email@example.com in early April with a link to view and download your tickets. We recommend you add this address now to your email client's "allowed senders" list. If you are unable to print from your web browser, you wil need Adobe Acrobat reader, version 4 or above, to print the tickets. Please print your tickets before you arrive at the venue.
If you choose Delayed Mobile delivery, you will be sent an email from firstname.lastname@example.org in early April with a link to download your tickets. You will save and view your tickets in your device's passbook (Apple Wallet on iPhone, GPay/Wallet on Android). Please add the tickets to your passbook before you arrive at the venue. Do not print your tickets.
If you choose Delayed Will Call delivery, your tickets will be held at the Springfield Muni box office and may be picked up beginning 90 minutes before showtime. Please be prepared to show a Photo ID and the credit card used for the transaction.
SEASON PASS SUBSCRIPTIONS
If you choose Delayed Mail delivery, your vouchers will be sent in early April by first class mail to the billing address of the credit card. Each voucher must then be redeemed for a ticket to a specific performance. This can be done either by phone through MetroTix at 314.534.1111 or 800.293.5949, or in person at the Springfield Muni box office, which will open at 7pm on show nights. Your seating location will be determined by availability at the time of redemption.
If you choose Delayed Print-Your-Own delivery, you will be sent an email from email@example.com in early April with a link to view and download your vouchers. We recommend you add this address now to your email client's "allowed senders" list. Each voucher must then be redeemed for a ticket for a specific performance. If you redeem your vouchers by phone through MetroTix at 314.534.1111 or 800.293.5949, there is no need to print the vouchers. If you redeem your vouchers in person at the Springfield Muni box office, which will open at 7pm on show nights, please print your vouchers and present them at the box office. If you are unable to print from your web browser, you wil need Adobe Acrobat reader, version 4 or above, to print the vouchers. Your seating location will be determined by availability at the time of redemption.
Originally conceived on April 21, 1950, as a not-for-profit theatrical organization, the Springfield Municipal Opera Association transformed a 55-acre wheat field into an outdoor amphitheater. On June 17, 1950, thousands of people viewed the opening night performance of our first production, The Merry Widow.
The Muni produces four shows a season, and each summer the Muni audience continues to grow. With support from our sponsors, enthusiastic audiences, and a dedicated and talented corps of volunteers onstage and backstage, the Muni has become one of the largest community theaters in the Midwest. We believe that we are the largest organization of our type in the country that is completely self-supporting, dependent on neither grants, nor tax dollars.
For more than 60 years, we have entertained thousands of people each summer with the best in musical theatre. The Muni is a unique jewel in Springfield's landscape – a beautiful site tucked away at the lake that offers families and friends a venue to spend time together, volunteer, perform, direct and enjoy quality entertainment.
Each year, great thought and consideration are given to developing the season. It is our goal not only to provide you with shows that are familiar but also new productions. We are proud to be part of this community and grateful for your continued support.
When weather is threatening, the Muni consults with the National Weather Service to determine whether or not a show should be canceled for the safety of our patrons, volunteers, and our cast and crew members.
In the event of inclement weather, the Muni reserves the right to hold the start of a performance for a maximum of one hour. The Muni may interrupt a show for a maximum of 30 minutes before cancellation. If a show has played for a total of one hour, rain checks will not be issued. If a show is cancelled and has not played for a total of one hour or to intermission, retain your ticket stub. Your reserved-seat ticket stub may be exchanged for a seat at a subsequent performance. However, the same seat location is not guaranteed. Patrons holding general admission tickets may retain their ticket stub or obtain rain checks before leaving the theater. A performance has not been cancelled until an announcement has been made from the speaker system.