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Get ready for a night at the theatre when you purchase LA Opera tickets at TicketSmarter. The LA Opera’s first official performance was in 1986 with a production of Verdi’s Otello. The desire to have an opera company in Los Angeles came from an unusual source, namely the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. During the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival, three different opera productions were brought to the city, dazzling audiences with their high-performance level. A group of community leaders, inspired by what they had seen, came together and planned to bring a world-class opera company to life in their city.

After years of high-level performances, LA Opera tickets continued to rise in demand as the company expanded its repertoire as well as its footprint in the community. With a performance-packed annual season, a young artist program committed to fostering and nurturing new talent, as well as several one-of-a-kind performances taking place all over Los Angeles, this fourth-largest US opera company seems to have an eye on the future of an art form which is steeped in history.

Los Angeles Opera Ticket Prices

The price of LA Opera seats may vary based on many factors. Seating section, show and ticket demand all typically play a role in determining seat price.

How much are Los Angeles Opera tickets?

LA Opera concert tickets may be found for as low as the $100 range. For instance, seats in row P of the rear balcony for a performance of Tannhauser often sell for about $120. Seats in the loge for the same performance may reach over $175, and orchestra tickets are typically listed for over $200. Ticket prices are similar for the opera’s performance of The Brightness of Light, with rear balcony seats selling for about $130. Founders circle tickets for that performance often start at roughly $230. Get your seats quickly and with ease today at TicketSmarter.

On average, $225.00 is the price you’ll pay for a ticket to see Los Angeles Opera. Many of the opera’s live performances have cheap Los Angeles Opera tickets listed for just $112.00. Premium seating near the front of the stage can cost as much as $422.00 a ticket.

Los Angeles Opera Concert Schedule

While a LA Opera tour is unlikely, the company keeps very busy in its home city during its annual season. A typical season for the LA Opera sees the institution performing roughly nine different shows. Some performances are repeated over a few weeks, while some are one-night-only. For instance, the 2019/2020 season saw six performances of La Boheme spread out over a few weeks in addition to a one-night-only show entitled Javier Camarena in Recital. Pelleas et Melisande, Roberto Devereux, Eurydice and The Magic Flute have all been listed on this prestigious group’s schedule.

Watch a production of this hit opera for yourself because Los Angeles Opera has 11 upcoming performances on its 2021 show schedule. The next production of Los Angeles Opera will perform at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on October 16th, 2021 at 7:30pm. This production is located at 135 N. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA. Tickets to this performance cost between $126.00 - $422.00. Take advantage of these great prices soon because there are only 170 Los Angeles Opera: Tannhauser tickets left. 

When do Los Angeles Opera tickets go on sale?

LA Opera concert tickets often go on sale shortly after the performances themselves are announced. In some cases, this may take place over a year in advance of the performances themselves. Don’t worry about having a presale code, as none is ever needed to buy seats on our site.

Los Angeles Opera Seating Chart

LA Opera performance dates typically take place at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, CA. The pavilion holds just over 3,100 fans across a variety of seating sections. Most of these seats are in the large, twenty-seven-row orchestra section, with rows BB, CC, and A situated closest to the stage. Seats 21-39 of the founder’s circle offer the best central views of the stage. Though the loge doesn’t have any seats in the exact center of the venue, seats 21-35 and 41-55 have the best views in that section. The front and rear balcony sections also offer plenty of seating, though certain views from the rear balcony are handrail obstructed.

Additional one-off performances may take place at other venues. For instance, the LA Opera orchestra is known to perform the score of horror classics such as Psycho during the Halloween season at venues like the Ace Hotel in LA. Consult TicketSmarter’s interactive seating chart for more detailed seating information and the ability to choose your preferred event seats.

Los Angeles Opera will make its final curtain call on June 18th, 2022 at 7:30pm at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. This last production Los Angeles Opera: The Brightness of Light will be held at 135 N. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA. There are 30 seats listed for this performance, with prices ranging from $153.00 - $252.00. Secure your spot in the audience by ordering your Los Angeles Opera tickets today with TicketSmarter.

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Los Angeles Opera Tour Dates

10/16/2021 - 06/18/2022
Los Angeles, CA
04/14/2022 - 04/17/2022
Los Angeles, CA