16 – 29? Get a Break on Ballet Tickets
Are you an aspiring arts and culture aficionado? Or just want to try something new? With a DanceBreak membership, you get access to great seats for $45.
Dressed up or casual, The National Ballet of Canada is ready to host you and your friends for an experience curated entirely by you. Whether it’s catching an opening night followed by drinks or a Sunday matinee after brunch, DanceBreak gives you the flexibility to experience ballet the way you want to.
Best of all, membership is absolutely FREE!
DanceBreak tickets are subject to availability and can be purchased as of 12:00 am on the day of the performance.
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Registered? Here’s How to Book Tickets:
- Visit our website to choose your show.
- Tickets are available, for most main season performances, after 12:00 am the day of a performance.
- To book tickets login to your account and use the Promo Code DanceBreak.
- Pick up your tickets at the box office no later than one hour before the performance. All Dancebreak attendees must show valid ID at the venue.
Tickets available online as of 12:00 am (midnight) on the day of the performance.
Tickets must be picked up at the Box Office (145 Queen Street West at University Avenue) at least one hour before the performance.
Valid ID as proof of age must be presented at the Box Office when picking up tickets.
Up to two tickets can be purchased, both guests must be between 16 and 29 and show valid ID.
Tickets are not guaranteed for every performance and are subject to availability at the discretion of The National Ballet of Canada.
There are no exchanges or refunds on unused tickets.
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Mixed programmes feature two or more ballets in one performance, hence the multiple titles, whereas full-length narrative ballets such as Swan Lake and The Sleeping Beauty follow one storyline across all acts.
Each artist in the company has a full biography on our website. You can also engage with the company and artists on Facebook and Instagram (@nationalballet) to learn more about life at the National Ballet, on and off stage.
Photography and videography of performances are not permitted but please do take as many photos and selfies as you like in the lobby of the beautiful Four Seasons Centre for Performing Arts before the performance begins and during intermission. Be sure to tag us @nationalballet!
Plan to arrive at least one hour before the time shown on your ticket. This allows for plenty of time for you to pick up your tickets at the box office, find your seat and place your drink order for the intermission as well as allows for unexpected transportation delays. Patrons are asked to arrive between 6:00 and 7:00 pm for performances beginning at 7:30 pm and between 12:30 and 1:30 pm for performances starting at 2:00 pm to allow enough time for front of house staff to check documents and tickets.
There is no dress code for performances. You should come in whatever you feel comfortable in but please take the chance to get dressed up if you feel so inclined!
There is no eating or drinking within the auditorium however, drinks and light snacks are available before the performance begins as well as during intermission in the lobby space.