Arts Worker Pricing
The Sony Centre is pleased to offer Arts Workers $15 tickets to select Sony Centre Presentations!
Who can purchase Arts Worker tickets?
A limited number of tickets are available to Arts Workers, employees of organizations that are members of the Toronto Attractions Council, Attractions Ontario, the Ontario Arts Council, ACTRA, Theatre Ontario, and the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts.
What limitations and restrictions apply?
Tickets may be purchased in person at a Civic Theatres Toronto Box Office, with identification and proof of employment at a local arts organization, as explained above.
(St. Lawrence Centre or Toronto Centre for the Arts on weekdays - the Sony Centre Box Office is no longer open during the week).
For those with accessible needs or for diverse abilities bookings, contact our Box Office via (416-368-6161 x1) or via email@example.com.
- You may purchase tickets in advance of the performance date. Please note, as inventory is limited, Arts Worker tickets do tend to sell out.
- All promotional offers are personal, non-transferable, and non-refundable.
- Arts Worker tickets may be purchased with cash or credit card only (no debit).
- Limit of two Arts Worker tickets per performance unless otherwise specified. You may purchase more than two tickets, however, only two tickets will be at the Arts Worker price and any additional tickets will be at full price.
- The offers are applicable to limited inventory, are subject to change, and may be discontinued at any time.
- Arts Workers will be asked to show proof of employment - business card, paystub, access card or something comparable.
Which shows are currently offering Arts Worker tickets?
Limited tickets available for:
- Cirque Eloize's HOTEL (Feb 6-16, St. Lawrence Centre -- applicable dates various)
- Selena Thompson's salt. (Feb 7-10, Toronto Centre for the Arts)
- Amadeus Live (Feb 21-22, Sony Centre)
- Sigma - A Performance by Gandini Juggling (Mar 16-17, St. Lawrence Centre)
- Ballet BC (Mar 29-30, St. Lawrence Centre)
- Brit Floyd (Apr 5, Sony Centre)
- Hot Brown Honey (Apr 5-7, St. Lawrence Centre)
- Batsheva Dance Company - Venezuela (Apr 9, Sony Centre)
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in Concert (May 2-4, Sony Centre)
- Eifman Ballet St. Petersburg - Tchaikovsky. PRO et CONTRA (May 9-11, Sony Centre)
Box Office Hours
Please note - the Sony Centre Box Office is now only open on performance dates, 2 hours prior to performances.
Please go to the St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts (27 Front St E) or Toronto Centre for the Arts (5040 Yonge Street) Box Offices to purchase Arts Worker tickets (regardless of which performance you are looking to book).
The St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts Box Office is open 12-6PM, Monday-Friday
The Toronto Centre for the Arts Box Office is open 1-6PM, Tuesday-Saturday.