FAQ-Frequently Asked Questions – 2021-2022

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Season 2021-2022

What are your current plans for the new season of Bravo! Concerts?

Performer contracts have been completed for three shows this season and the Auditorium contracts have also been secured.  We’re delighted to welcome the return of our patrons and friends, although we have shortened the season to just three concerts.  We know you’ll enjoy them.

Where are your concerts held?

All concerts scheduled for Loveland Performing Arts are held at the Roberta Price Civic Auditorium at Thompson Valley High School, 1669 Eagle Drive, Loveland, CO  80537.

Will there be Accessible parking, Entry and Seating?

Yes, a ramp is available from the large parking area at the back of the school and inside the lower entrance door.  (You do not have to go up the outside entry steps.) Also, there are 13 Accessible and Companion seats at the back of the Auditorium.

Do you have reserved seats?

No, the shows are all Open Seating.  If a spacing requirement is still in place for large events , a designated seating pattern will be visible with spaces cordoned off as required.

Can I purchase tickets for future shows on the night of a concert?

Yes, if we can continue with full capacity in Price Auditorium for our 2022 shows.

How do I purchase single-show tickets online?

On the Home Page or on the Preview/Purchase Page, you’ll see the links to a Colorado Box Office (CBO) ticketing platform.  There you can purchase a single-show ticket or a package of all three shows.  You will use your credit card for this purchase.

If you have questions about getting tickets, the fastest way for assistance is to email  info@lovelandperformingarts.org.  You may also leave a message at 970-664-4010 and a Board member will return your call.

Is there a ticket fee?

Yes, as with all online ticket orders, there are ticket fees which you’ll see before you finalize your order.

Do I need to print out my tickets from Colorado Box Office?

There are five options to get your tickets from a CBO order: 1) show e-tickets on your mobile device, 2) Print Now or 3) Home Print (used when you must wait until your printer is available). Also, new this year, you can 4) have CBO print and mail your tickets to you if you are in a minimum two-week window of a concert date. (There is a minimal additional fee for this option). Additionally, you can click to 5) have tickets held for you at Will Call to be picked up the night of a concert.

Will you be using QR codes on the tickets?

Although we may or may not scan your ticket at the door, each ticket will have a name and a number assigned. As we review the tickets received at the door, we will be able to check for any multiple use of a ticket number and will ask for an additional ticket payment.

What changes are there about ordering tickets for LPA concerts?

You can order the Ticket Package of all three shows or order individual show Tickets now.
You’ll see that Colorado Box Office does not use PayPal. You’ll use your credit card.
You can choose to have tickets mailed through CBO to your home address – for an additional fee.
A brochure from LPA will be mailed to our current member list in mid-summer. The brochure will have a form to fill out and mail to the LPA postal address. As in previous years, paper tickets can be postal-mailed to your home from LPA.