To purchase tickets online, use the page below. Service fees apply for all ticket orders. Online tickets sales are available until one hour prior to the start of the show. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.
You may purchase tickets by calling (800) 838-3006. This service is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Service fees apply for all ticket orders. Tickets may be purchased by phone until five business days prior to the show date (for mailing tickets). All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.
You may purchase tickets in person at the HFAC Box Office, located in the main lobby of the Hamilton Fine Arts Center. Box Office hours are Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Box office is closed when school is not in session. Cash, checks and credit cards accepted. Service fees apply for credit card orders. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.
Patrons are discouraged from bringing any child younger than 6 to performances, unless that particular performance is geared toward or appropriate for younger audiences. If your children attend a performance with you, a ticket will need to be purchased for them. Due to fire code restrictions, baby carriers and strollers are not allowed in the theatre. Food and beverages are not allowed in the theatre at any time. This includes juice cups and children's snacks.
Groups of 10 or more may save when they book a group sale in advance for HFAC performing arts series events. For group ticket sales, please contact Lyn Hulgan.
The Hamilton School District offers Golden Agers Passes to residents and students’ grandparents who are 60 years and older. The passes allow people to attend student performances that occur in the district — such as athletic, music and drama events — free of charge. Not included are WIAA regional, sectional or state tournaments. Also, the passes are not intended for events in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center that involve outside groups. Passes can be retrieved from the main office of the Hamilton High School.
The theatre opens 30 minutes prior to the start of each show. Out of courtesy to the performers and audience, patrons arriving after the performance has begun will be seated at the discretion of House Management, possibly not until the first intermission.
Yuletide Conspiracy Project
Saturday, December 12, 2015 8:00 p.m.
Yuletide Conspiracy Project is a once in a lifetime world premiere, featuring your favorite band rocking out to your favorite holiday songs. If you love Trans Siberian Orchestra, you'll love YCP! You've never celebrated the holidays like this before! Rhythm Method is a 70's and 80's classic rock band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The band has been a staple of the Milwaukee music community since its inception in 1992, and continues to be a top drawing summer festival act today. Rhythm Method has gained the respect and admiration of both musicians and music lovers for over 20 years. Rhythm Method features the dynamic lead vocals of WAMI award winning vocalist Bobby Rouse. Blessed with the ability to change the timbre of his voice to suit the material being performed, Bobby is virtually unmatched in delivering spot on replications of such legendary vocalists as: Brad Delp (Boston), Steve Walsh (Kansas), Dennis DeYoung & Tommy Shaw (Styx), Kevin Cronin (REO), Geddy Lee (Rush), Michael McDonald, Steve Perry, Lou Gramm, Joe Lynn Turner, Elton John, Robert Plant, David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, and a host of others. The group also showcases the talents of guitarist/vocalist Brent Taritas, keyboardist/vocalist Ray Tevich, drummer/vocalist Kevin Baumann, and bassist Craig Tevich. In a time where many cover bands leave things open to their own interpretations, Rhythm Method prides itself on authentically recreating the sounds of the selections they perform in great detail. It's this attention to detail that separates them from the rest. With the finest sound and lighting equipment available, and engineers who use that equipment to its fullest potential, Rhythm Method is a sound and visual experience that must be witnessed in person to be believed. Add $5 for all tickets purchased at the door.