Miller Outdoor Theatre changes online ticketing

Miller Outdoor Theatre has changed its online ticketing system. (Courtesy Miller Outdoor Theatre)
Miller Outdoor Theatre has changed its online ticketing system. (Courtesy Miller Outdoor Theatre)

Miller Outdoor Theatre has changed its online ticketing system. (Courtesy Miller Outdoor Theatre)

Miller Outdoor Theatre will soon change its online ticketing system to benefit its patrons.

Starting July 7, the theater will be making its online tickets available through its website two days prior to a performance, according to a June 30 news release.

Tickets are currently available seven days prior to a performance, and the system has made it difficult for patrons to get online tickets for the theater’s covered seating, which sell out within minutes of them being made available, according to the release.

In addition, some of the patrons who obtained these tickets a week prior were not showing up. The hope is that by making these tickets available two days prior to a performance, more people will be certain they can attend.

The ticket changes come after Miller Outdoor Theatre announced it would bring back in-person performances as part of its 98th season, which began May 1.


As part of that announcement, the theater adopted an online ticketing process to provide an extra measure of safety and to improve the overall process.

For more information on tickets and performance, visit the Miller Outdoor Theatre website.
By Hunter Marrow
Hunter Marrow came to Community Impact Newspaper in January 2020. Before that, Hunter covered local news in Ontario, OR for three years, covering municipal issues, crime, and education across Malheur County and across the border into Idaho.


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