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Customer service/BOX OFFICE

Box Office by Phone 
Available at 213.972.8001
Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00am - 6:00pm

Box Office Window at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00am-6:00pm
On all performance days, we open two hours before and close 1/2 hour past start time of performance.

Phone: 213.972.8001
Fax: 213.972.3008
Address: 135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012

For current safety information regarding performances, please click here.

What audience safety protocols do I have to adhere to in order to attend a performance?

Our first priority is to ensure that every audience member has the best and safest experience possible and to protect the health of our performers and staff. Since we practice music, not medicine, our policies follow the mandates and guidance of the LA County Department of Health.

Currently, proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test is not required. Masks are no longer required inside during the performance, but encouraged. If you would prefer to wear a mask during the performance, they will be available at the door. For full guidelines please click here.


Change of plans? Looks like rain? Surprise visit from the in-laws? No problem.

Subscribers can exchange their tickets to any of our mainstage shows and pay no fees, or they may donate the value of their ticket back to LA Opera as a tax-deductible donation. Currently any ticket holder can exchange your ticket free of charge in the 2021/22 Season.

You may exchange your tickets up to 48 hours in advance of a performance online, in person, by phone, fax or email. Emergency exchanges made between 2-48 prior to a curtain can only be completed in person, or by phone. Additional fees, rules and/or restrictions may apply. All exchanges may be subject to a seating price increase.

Ticket exchanges may be made by logging into to your account or by calling the Box Office at 213.972.8001 ext. 0.

Group TicketS

Want to bring your group to the opera? We'd love to have you join us.

LA Opera offers special pricing of 20% off all evening performances for groups of 10 or more people.

To inquire about bringing a group to an LA Opera performance, please call our Box Office at 213.972.8001, Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm.


If you are unable to attend an opera, please consider donating your tickets to LA Opera for resale (We will miss you).

To donate your tickets call 213.972.8001. You will receive a receipt for this donation. You may also mail or fax your ticket donation. Tickets must arrive one hour before curtain time on the day of the performance to be considered a donation. The value of your tickets will be acknowledged as a charitable contribution after the performance. (This amount will not be applied toward donor benefits.)

Help us out: When you donate your tickets as soon as possible, this will increase our chances of reselling them.

tickets from cancelled or Postponed performances from the 2019/20 or 2020/21 season

I had a ticket to a performance affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the last two years.

 The following performances from the 2019/20 season were cancelled: 

If you had  purchased tickets to these performances, the amount paid for your tickets was automatically placed on your LA Opera account. Please check your email for information or contact the Box Office at or 213.972.8001 Monday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm. 

Please consider donating the cost of your tickets to support The LA Opera Relief Fund, which will provide support for the hundreds of LA Opera artists, artisans and staff whose work and livelihood have been impacted as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Ticket donations are fully tax-deductible as LA Opera is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the greater good. Your generosity is deeply appreciated.

To donate your tickets please email the Box Office at with "Donate My Tickets" in the subject line.

Additionally, you can make a one-time donation that will help see the company through this challenging time by visiting

Thank you for your continued support of LA Opera. We look forward to welcoming you back to the opera as soon as we are cleared to do so again.  For the latest updates and interesting and entertaining content during the shutdown, please follow LA Opera on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.   


Oops! Did you misplace those tickets? (We can help you with that!)

Ticket buyers may call 213.972.8001 for the replacement of lost tickets for a fee of $2 per ticket. For your protection, replacement tickets can only be picked up at the Box Office directly before the performance.


Get the full story by joining other opera-goers at our complimentary pre-opera talks at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

Each season, our pre-show talks are an enormously popular highlight of every performance. You can join us an hour before each opera in Eva and Marc Stern Grand Hall, located on the second floor of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, or watch anytime by clicking here.


OK, so Get Out with live orchestra might be a bit intense for little Sofia, we get it, but we love having kids at the opera. We welcome children 9-17 years of age as we know they will love the music and spectacle of live opera. We want them to come so much that we offer half price tickets for this age group. We also have many other programs for families.

Since many operas contain adult subject matter, we suggest that parents check the webpage of the opera they are considering attending for any parental advisories as well as the opera synopsis. to make sure it is suitable for their child. (Still have questions? You can always call the box office at 213.972.8001)

Our mainstage operas are not suitable for children under 9 and you will not be allowed into the theater with a very young child. Although you can watch from the lobby, you will likely enjoy the performance better if you leave the little ones at home. We have many, many other ways for you to enjoy opera with your very young child. Click here to learn how.


We traditionally offer refunds for tickets in the event a performance is canceled. If you have tickets to a performance that was cancelled due to the statewide effort to curb spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) please see above.  You also you may exchange or donate your tickets if you cannot attend a performance (see details above).

Artists, prices, schedule and programs are subject to change. (Life happens!)