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Tickets for upcoming events may be purchased in person at the Palace box office, 276 W. Center St. in downtown Marion or by phone at (740)383-2101.
Box Office hours are as follows:
*Box office will open 1 hour prior to all events. Please note that when the Box Office is open prior to an event, only tickets for that particular show are on sale.
Tickets may also be purchased online 24/7. Please note there is a $5 online ticketing fee which will be added to each ticket sold online.
Please note ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. Unless a performance is cancelled or rescheduled by the Palace Cultural Arts Association (PCAA) or the performer, there are no refunds. In case of inclement weather, should the performance occur, there are no refunds. Should you be unable to use your tickets for any show, you may wish to consider donating them back to the PCAA at least 24 hours before a performance as a tax-deductible gift. Current PCAA members are given ticket-exchange privileges within a single season (with advance 7 day notice).
Like other performing arts theatres, earned income accounts for about half of the Palace’s operating costs. The remainder of the funding comes from a variety of donations, corporate sponsorships, other grants and foundations, as well as individual contributions through membership donations.
The Palace Cultural Arts Association (PCAA) is a 501 c 3 member supported, volunteer assisted organization. As a 501 c 3 organization, contributions are tax deductible as allowable by IRS Code.
From the early days of vaudeville and silent films to today’s concert hall and hometown musicals, the Marion Palace Theatre has served the arts well. The theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a member of the League of Historic American Theatres and the Ohio Arts Presenters Network.
The Palace will continue to observe current safety guidelines. Policies and guidelines will continue to evolve with time and will be assessed and updated on an ongoing basis.
August 2021 UPDATE: While masks are not required at the Palace, the CDC recommends them for all guests regardless of vaccination status. When masks are worn, they may be removed for eating and drinking. Capacity restrictions and social distancing requirements are lifted.
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