We are thrilled to welcome you back to the beautifully restored Music Hall, a National Historic Landmark and the crown jewel of Over-the-Rhine. After an extensive renovation, Music Hall is—perhaps now more than ever in the building’s 149-year history—a welcoming beacon for the community and a pantheon of the arts for generations to come.
• New comfortable seats
• Increased legroom
• Improved sightlines and accessibility
• Richer, more evenly distributed acoustics
• Historic character enhanced—and in some cases, revealed again.
Additionally, there are many more upgrades to the audience experience in the refreshed Music Hall.
P&G Founders Room: Visit this new space created for wine and conversation, front and center in the Grand Foyer. It is also a great place to pause if you’re running late or need to step out.
Increased restrooms: More restrooms on every level (over 60% more!) means less waiting.
Enhanced concessions: Enjoy enhanced service, local offerings and premium coffee, plus a specialty Cava sparkling wine in celebration of Juanjo Mena. Pre-order your drink and have it ready for you at intermission.
Places to gather: In addition to the P&G Founders Room, look for more space throughout the Foyer, including the Balcony Parlor (level 2), and for areas to engage, take a photo or share your thoughts on the performance.
Improved safety and accessibility: Look for elevators that reach all floors, a street-level handicapped entrance at the Box Office, increased wheelchair and companion seating options, plus a state-of-the-art assistive listening device system. Select performances are American Sign Language interpreted for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired. Please call the Box Office at 513.381.3300 for more information.
“Found” space, reimagined: The architects made clever use of formerly unused spaces throughout Music Hall and uncovered stunning historical details. One example is the Wilks Studio on the second floor, a brand new space for rehearsals, performances and special events.
Not sure where to sit in the renovated hall?
- For best blend of value and great acoustics: Price Zone B on Orchestra and Balcony levels and Price Zones B and C on the Gallery level
- Best leg room: All price zones on orchestra level, plus sections 1, 2, 6 and 7 on Balcony and Gallery levels
- Lowest Price: Partial View A & B on all three levels
- Best sightlines: Premium and Zone A seats on Orchestra and Balcony levels
- Best overall value: Zone E on Gallery level