For your convenience, you can purchase tickets to all events at the Fraze Pavilion Ticket Office, Fraze FanFare Store located in Town & Country Shopping Center, www.fraze.com, www.etix.com or Charge-by-Phone at 1-800-514-3849. Additional information about these ordering options is found below.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL.
Please note that there can be no ticket refunds or exchanges even in the event of inclement weather. All performances are subject to postponement, delay or cancellations due to rain or severe weather conditions. In the event of inclement weather, an announcement will be made on stage by the Fraze Pavilion General Manager prior to or during a performance.
DOES MY INFANT BABY NEED A TICKET?
Yes, children of all ages must have a ticket for Fraze events. For reserved seat shows, children under the age of 5 may not sit in Plaza or Orchestra seating and are welcome to sit in the Lawn or Terrace sections. Strollers are not allowed in Fraze Pavilion for any ticketed event.
LOST, STOLEN OR TICKET PROBLEMS
If your tickets have been lost or stolen or your tickets were never received in the mail, please contact the original point of purchase for assistance.
Artists and programs subject to change without notice.
Due to anticipated volume of first day ticket sales, faxed orders received on or before first day of sales may not be filled until the following Monday. Orders will automatically be filled with tickets in the next lower price category.
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Fraze Pavilion Ticket Offices
Now two locations!
Fraze FanFare Store
Located inside Town & Country Shopping Center
(East hallway, next to Figlios restaurant)
Stroop Road and Far Hills Avenue
300 E. Stroop Road
Kettering, Ohio 45429
Weekdays: 10 am to 8 pm
Saturday: 9 am to 8 pm
Sunday: Noon to 5 pm
Fraze Pavilion Ticket Office
REOPENS SUMMER 2015
Located in Lincoln Park
695 Lincoln Park Boulevard
Kettering, Ohio 45429
Open on show days only from 3:00 pm through intermission.
No service fee is charged to tickets purchased at the Fraze Pavilion Ticket Office or the Fraze FanFare store. We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit cards at both locations. Personal checks are NOT accepted.
Etix is a source for tickets to all events at the Fraze Pavilion.
Etix Charge by Phone Orders
Phone and online orders accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover only. A service fee will be added to the price of the tickets when purchased online or charged by phone.
Will Call Tickets
Please note, tickets that are being held in will call are available for pick up AFTER 1 pm on day of show at the Fraze Pavilion ticket office only, located in Lincoln Park. The person purchasing the tickets must be present and show picture I.D., the credit card used for making the purchase and the confirmation number.
FREE PARKING! ASK FOR YOUR PARKING PASS!
Ask for your parking pass* when you purchase tickets to events at Fraze Pavilion! An extra ticket (provided free of charge) is issued when you make your ticket purchase. This pass lists a recommended parking lot to use on the evening of that particular performance: the 500/540/580 building lots, or the City of Kettering Government Center parking lot. All lots are patrolled and monitored for safety.
*One parking pass is issued for every four tickets purchased. Parking passes may not be issued for select shows. Select surrounding lots may not be available for event parking and parking, even with a parking pass, is not guaranteed.
Please allow sufficient time to park, walk to venue and enter gates.
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