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2019 Annual Show

Capital City Chorus Annual Show

Special Guests, The Ladies, International award winning quartet

Featuring Capital City quartets i-Tones and Bright Idea

September 7, 2019, 7:00 PM

Auditorium at the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired 

7725 N College Ave, Indianapolis, IN

Main Level Ticket: $20, Balcony Ticket: $10 (balcony has restricted view and modest leg room)

  

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Important Seating Information  This auditorium is newly renovated, including sound and lights. BE ADVISED that main floor seats have ample leg room.  However, balcony seats have less than ample leg room and a restricted view due to the safety railing.  

Tickets  Tickets purchased online from the Capital City website will be held at will call the night of the show. You may also purchase tickets from Capital City members. All tickets are general admission.  

What is a General Admission ticket?  General admission tickets means that seats are filled on a first come, first served basis, for both the main floor and the balcony. As full capacity is anticipated, you may be asked by an event volunteer to fill in empty seats in your row.  

What is your refund policy?  Tickets are nonrefundable.   

Where do I park?  The auditorium is located on the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired campus at 7725 North College Avenue, Indianapolis. The front entrance of the building is undergoing renovation. You will be directed by signage and event volunteers where to park and where to enter the building.    See map below:

What time do the box office and doors open?  The box office and doors will open one hour prior to the show.  

What time does the show start?  Curtain time is 7:00 pm.  

Do you allow photographs to be taken?  To respect all of our patrons' experience, you may use a phone camera or a simple point and shoot camera. Professional cameras, audio and video recordings are not permitted.

May I use my cell phone during the show?  Again, to respect our fellow patrons, we ask that you silence your cell phone and put it away during the show.