Met Opera Tickets
Watch the best operas in New York City when you buy Metropolitan Opera tickets from TicketSmarter. The Metropolitan Opera is commonly called “The Met” by many fans. This world-renowned opera company is the resident performer at the Metropolitan Opera House at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The Met first formed in 1883 by Otto Hermann Kahn. The company has grown to become the largest classical music company in North America. It is made of a large symphony orchestra, a chorus group, a children’s choir and an ensemble of lead singers. The Metropolitan Opera is led by principal conductor and music director, Yannick Nezet-Seguin. Performances range in music styles from Baroque to bel canto. Metropolitan Opera tickets encompass more than 27 different operas each year. Get your tickets to one of these outstanding performances now before they’re gone.
Metropolitan Opera Ticket Prices
Metropolitan Opera tickets are priced based on section and performance. Met Opera ticket pricing can be lower in the family circle and upper balcony sections. Tickets may increase in price as shows begin to sell out and ticket availability becomes limited.
How much are Metropolitan Opera tickets?
Metropolitan Opera tickets start at $98 in the back of the family circle section. Premium seating in the first section of the main floor orchestra in front of the stage can range from $329 to $200, based on which row you select. Premium seating is found in the front rows of each section. These seats usually cost around $300 for each seat. Discover great seats that match your budget using the seating chart above. These seats are sure to sell out. Secure your Metropolitan Opera tickets fast from TicketSmarter.
Metropolitan Opera Tour Dates & Concert Schedule
The Metropolitan Opera performs 27 different operas each year. These shows are on a rotation schedule, which offers guests the chance to see multiple shows within a week. Performances include productions of hit operas Aida, Carmen and Les Contes D’hoffmann. The Met holds seven performances a week of four different shows. The Metropolitan Opera puts on one show each night Monday through Saturday with a matinee performance on Sundays. Find a performance that fits into your schedule by using the calendar of events above.
When do Metropolitan Opera tickets go on sale?
Met Opera tickets go on sale to the public when the season is announced in September. TicketSmarter doesn’t require a season pass or promo code to secure tickets.
Metropolitan Opera Seating Chart
The Metropolitan Opera holds all its performances at the Metropolitan Opera House at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The theater has the capacity to seat 3,800 patrons for each performance. The theater is broken up into six levels. The orchestra on the main floor, the grand tier, dress circle, balcony and family circle located in the back of the theater. Box seats are found along the sides of the theater and in the parterre between the orchestra and grand tier. The theater is known for having the most advanced stage in the world. This world-class stage always allows guests to have a clear view of the performance. Use our interactive seating chart to find the best seats available to your performance.
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