For your own security, we strongly recommend that you do not purchase tickets from any supplier other than Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC). We do not allocate tickets or authorize any other ticket seller, services, brokers or agents to sell our tickets. Only tickets purchased directly from the LBC and the lutherburbankcenter.org website can be guaranteed, and tickets purchased from any other source are done so at your own risk and may be deemed invalid. The re-sale of tickets on LBC property is strictly prohibited. Resale of tickets purchased by LBC members during a pre-sale period will result in ticket and membership cancellation—without refund. Policies subject to change without notice.
Buyer Beware: Tickets sold by resellers often have substantial service fees, and/or a markup to the original price, resulting in prices that are significantly higher than face value. We cannot control the prices or fees someone else may charge for tickets we do not authorize to be re-sold, nor can we provide any redress if you encounter a problem with your tickets. If you purchase tickets from anyone other than Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, please check the seller’s credibility and examine tickets carefully for authenticity.
*Performances put on by Another Planet Entertainment (APE) are sold only through Ticketmaster. Patrons will be alerted of a redirect from the Luther Burbank Center’s website to the Ticketmaster link for purchase of only these select performance.
This program offers ticket donations for public performances as selected by LBC through enrolled non-profit organizations. Non-profit service providers working with low-income and underserved children and adults in our community may request to enroll. Once enrolled, these organizations are eligible to receive offers for complimentary tickets to selected performance and will be contacted as donations become available. LBC does not offer donated tickets to individual patrons, and patrons are encouraged to contact local non-profit service providers with which they are connected to take advantage of this program.
Donations for specific performances may also be available to non-profit organizations, social service agencies, or schools in our community for fundraising needs once per year if not enrolled in the program.
Please contact Kaila Finch or call 707.800.7555 for more information.
All purchases are final. There are no refunds or exchanges.
For most performances, there is an 8 ticket limit, per household, regardless of the number of transactions. For certain shows, by artist requirement, there is a lower limit. Ticket purchases are closely monitored and any tickets purchased above the limit may be voided without notice.
Refunds and Exchanges
All ticket purchases are final.
Lost, damaged, or stolen tickets may be reprinted for reserved seating performances only and will be available for pick-up one hour prior to the performance. Please contact the Patron & Member Services Office to request a reprint, and present your current picture ID to the ticket office associate when picking up the new tickets. There is a cash only $2 per ticket reprint fee.
If your tickets are being held at Will Call and you would like to change the name for pick up: Please contact the Box Office at 707.546.3600 and give the sales associate the first and last name of the patron you would like to collect the tickets.
Unless otherwise indicated, all seats are reserved, and switching to a seat other than the one indicated on your ticket is not allowed.
As the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts is reopen, the health & safety of our guests, artists, staff, and volunteers is our top priority. With this in mind, LBC will be following state and local guidelines for operating without social distancing; however, due to changing guidelines from the state, we are unable to guarantee what the exact protocols may be by the end of August. As these guidelines evolve our policies will be revised accordingly. We are asking patrons to continue to check this webpage for our most up-to-date protocols.
Currently, per guidance from the California Department of Public Health as of June 15, 2021: Vaccinated individuals DO NOT need to wear a mask or face covering when entering the premises. Unvaccinated individuals MUST wear a mask at all times when in the building or outside when social distancing cannot be maintained.
By not wearing a mask, individuals are self-attesting that they are fully vaccinated.