Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Beware of Third-Party Ticket Vendors

Wicked will be flying back to the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center Feb. 12 through March 2. If you plan to take a trip to Oz, make sure your ticket won’t leave you green with envy.

Due to the popularity of touring Broadway shows like Wicked, ticket buyers often find that tickets are available through third-party agencies or brokers, especially online. Patrons should take caution. The Center’s only authorized online ticket sellers are the Fox Cities P.A.C., in person or by calling (920) 730-3760, and  Ticketmaster, online at and  by calling (866) 870-2717.

There have been instances where ticket brokers have launched websites that might include the theater name and/or name of our show in order to confuse ticket buyers. The only way that patrons can be sure that they are purchasing legitimate tickets at the original ticket price is through Ticketmaster or the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center’s ticket office.

Ticket buyers who purchase tickets from a ticket broker or any third party, should be aware that the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center is unable to:

  • reprint or replace your tickets if they are lost or stolen.
  • contact you with information regarding time changes or other pertinent updates regarding the performance.
Tickets for Wicked start at $49 and are on sale now.

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