Thank you for purchasing your tickets in advance
You will be able to bypass the lines at the Box Office. Just enter through the doors marked “Entrance for guests with advance tickets” and present these tickets to the ticket taker.
Seating and Advance Ticket Policy
These tickets guarantee you a seat, however, they are not a reserved seat ticket and do not guarantee where you will sit or that you will be able to sit together. Seating is on a first-come-first-served basis. We recommend you arrive as early as possible to get the best choice of seats. The theatre will open for seating approximately half an hour before show time.
Your entire group should arrive at the theatre together as early as possible. Seats cannot be “saved” for people who have not yet arrived at the theatre.
These tickets are good only for the date, time, and movie printed on them. They are not good for any other performance or movie.
Advanced tickets not presented by show time will be voided and issued to those waiting in line.
No refunds on unused tickets for any reason once the show has started.
We expect to be full at this performance, and every seat will be sold. All children of any age taking up a seat must have a ticket. Please do not take up seats for coats or other items.
ID’S must be ready to be shown as you must be 17 to see a movie that is rated R
If you are under 17 and wish to see a rated R movie, you MUST bring YOUR own parent or legal guardian to give you permission to watch the movie. If you are coming in a group, everyones parent must be present to give permission. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Please note that all show ratings are listed on each movie. Please refer to the National Rating Standard for each show if you have questions about its rating.
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