Most Broadway in Tucson performances take place at Centennial Hall, a 2,500-seat concert hall, located on the University of Arizona campus at 1020 E. University Blvd.
Most Broadway in Tucson performances are not suitable for children. Age recommendations are usually found on the page describing the show. Also bear in mind that every person entering the theatre, regardless of age, requires a ticket. Babes in arms are not permitted at any performance.
Getting to the UA Campus
Patrons can park at Tyndall Avenue Garage which has ample, convenient parking for Broadway in Tucson performances. Regular parking fees after 5pm are $5 per event and can be purchased at the garage. Parking on Saturdays and Sundays is free of charge.* The Tyndall Garage is most easily accessed from Euclid Ave. at 4th St (880 N. 4th Ave).
Additional garages within easy walking distance to Centennial Hall are the Park Avenue Garage (at Park Ave. and Speedway Blvd.), the Main Gate Garage (at Euclid Ave. and Second Street), the Sixth Street Garage (on 6th Street between Highland Ave. and Park Ave.) and the Second Street Garage behind the UA Administration building.
On-street parking is free after 5pm weekdays and all day on weekends.*
*Exceptions may apply during special University events. For more information, please call UA Parking and Transportation Services at 520-626-7275.
There are a limited number of wheelchair-accessible parking spots available in lots and garages near Centennial Hall for patrons with wheelchair permits. There are 11 accessible spots in the lot located adjacent to the theatre (Lot 5075) and 5 accessible spots located in the lot behind the theatre off Park and South Campus (Lot 5073). These spots are not guaranteed, so we suggest arriving at least one hour prior to your performance if you would like to park in one of them. UA Parking and Transportation charges $5 for these spots on weekdays and during special events. They are free of charge on weekends.
Additional wheelchair parking is located in the Tyndall Avenue Garage. Broadway in Tucson provides free, convenient shuttles to transport patrons between the Tyndall Avenue Garage and Centennial Hall.
Wheelchair and companion seating is available in all price ranges.
Broadway in Tucson is committed to making our facility accessible to all patrons.
ASL and Open Caption is available for all of the regular season performances (shows with more than 7 performances). Special Add On shows (fewer than 5 performances) should be requested at least 2 weeks in advance through Broadway in Tucson. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer a limited quantity of assisted listening devices in the theatre for patrons who are hard of hearing. They are available at the Guest Services desk in the lobby.
Assisted Listening Devices
Centennial Hall is equipped with an Assisted Listening System, a 72mhz FM high-clarity audio amplification system. Free headsets and personal neck loops are available iat the courtesy desk in the lobby on a first-come, first-served basis.
Large print playbills are available for all performances at the courtesy desk in the Centennial Hall lobby. Braille playbills can be requested two weeks in advance from the box office, (520) 621-3341.