Tickets can be purchased online, over the phone, and, for most performances, at the door.
All ticket sales are final, and tickets cannot be exchanged. However, you can donate back your tickets to support Colburn’s programs and students.
When purchasing tickets, you can specify if you would like them to be waiting for you at the performance (will call), mailed, or emailed to you (print at home). Emailed tickets can either be printed or scanned from a mobile device.
We have several locations with accessible seating and companion seating. Please call the box office at 213-621-1050 to reserve these seats.
Paid parking is available in Lot 3, also called Athena Parking, located on Second Street between Olive and Hill Streets. Visit parking and directions for more information.
A very limited number of accessible parking space are available on a first-come, first served basis in Lots 1 and 2 for those with a placard. Upon arrival, contact the security desk by pressing the intercom button at the entrance. Visit parking and directions for directions to these parking lots.
There is no set dress code for Colburn concerts, but most guests dress in nicer casual clothing or business attire.
Generally, you clap after a piece is over. A piece may have multiple movements in it, between which there is usually a pause. The program specifies how many movements are in the piece, so you can follow along. When in doubt, you can clap when you see the rest of the audience clap.
Please only bring in water in a sealed container. All other outside food or beverage is prohibited in our concert halls.
Colburn has a large variety of dining options close by. Accessible from the plaza, the Colburn Café serves fresh, seasonal dishes, grab-and-go options, and coffee at our coffee bar.
For fine dining, head across the street to Vespaio or Otium.
Located in the cultural hub of Los Angeles, Colburn is close to multiple museums and performing arts presenters. Across Grand Avenue, see The Broad, or head next door to the Museum of Contemporary Art for galleries and rotating exhibits. Also across the street is Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Frank Gehry-designed home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Our other Grand Avenue neighbors include The Music Center, LA Opera, Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles Master Chorale, and REDCAT.
Down the street, see Grand Park, which runs from the Music Center down to City Hall. Just south of us, ride the historic and recently reopened Angels Flight down to the bustling Grand Central Market.