The Big Deal
Group Tickets
Student Discounts


The Big Deal


What’s The Big Deal?

Big Deal tickets are deeply discounted seats in the final rows of the theater. These tickets are available for many Lincoln Center presented shows at up to 50% off of regular priced tickets—going as low as $15 per seat. 

Why are these tickets offered at such a deep discount?

The Lincoln Center believes that music, art, and culture are essential to the lifeblood of the community. We want every community member, regardless of financial status, to have the opportunity to see powerhouse Broadway productions, experience passionate dance performances, enjoy internationally renowned musicians, laugh with friends at a comedy show, celebrate time with the family, or simply experience something new. Now that is a big deal!

Big Deal tickets are available on the following shows:

Chick Corea Trio: Vigilette (SEP 16)
Portland Cello Project (OCT 12)
PUSH Physical Theatre's Dracula (OCT 23)
Mortified's All Stars of Angst (OCT 26)
Finding Neverland (NOV 8–10)
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy's Wild and Swingin' Holiday Party (NOV 24)
The Sound of Music (JAN 10–12)
Friends! The Musical Parody (JAN 17)
Mavis Staples (JAN 20)
Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo (JAN 24)
Shaun Boothe: The Unauthorized Biography Series (JAN 26)
Animaniacs in Concert (FEB 8)
Kodo: Evolution (FEB 17)
The Choir of Man (FEB 23)
Aspen Santa Fe Ballet (MAR 5)
Ladysmith Black Mambazo (MAR 15)
The Aluminum Show (MAR 20)
Something Rotten! (MAR 28–30)
ostmodern Jukebox (APR 5)
he Illusionists Live from Broadway (APR 9–10)
hicago (APR 18–20)


Group Tickets


Gather 10+ friends and save up to 25% on shows presented by the Lincoln Center in the 2016-2017 season. Group ticket discounts can be applied to any show in our brochure, which can be seen here.

Enjoy discounts, flexible payments, and seating arrangements with no handling fees. Contact the Group Sales Coordinator at 970-416-2817, or, to start planning your visit.


Student Discounts


Students can get 50% off at all our Dance Series, and Classical Convergence Series events.