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Get Boston Ballet Tickets for 2024/2025 Season Performances Today!
This season unveils an exquisite selection of ballet performances, each designed to weave a spell of enchantment and wonder over its audience. Ballet tickets are now available, and enthusiasts and first-time attendees can immerse themselves in a rich cultural tapestry. Reserve your spot at this season’s most anticipated ballet events! Tickets for the Boston Ballet begin at an accessible $35, offering a range of options to suit various preferences and budgets, with the average ticket price being $190. Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to experience the pinnacle of ballet artistry.

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Boston Ballet

Upcoming Performances 2024/2025

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Performances: 44
  • Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    Feb
    29
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Thu
    Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $87
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  • Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    Mar
    01
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Fri
    Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $85
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  • Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    Mar
    02
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sat
    Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $87
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  • Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    Mar
    02
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Sat
    Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $15
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  • Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    Mar
    03
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sun
    Boston Ballet: Winter Experience
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $86
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  • Prendidos - Alfonso Losa
    Mar
    09
    2024
    8:00 PM
    Sat
    Prices from $68
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    14
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Thu
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $88
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    15
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Fri
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $86
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    16
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sat
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $90
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    16
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Sat
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $82
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    17
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sun
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $105
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    19
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Tue
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $84
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    20
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Wed
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $36
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    21
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Thu
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $33
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    22
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Fri
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $94
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    23
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sat
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $146
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    23
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Sat
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $94
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  • Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    Mar
    24
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sun
    Boston Ballet: Cinderella
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $104
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  • Vertigo Dance Company: MAKOM
    Apr
    05
    2024
    8:00 PM
    Fri
    Prices from $56
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  • Vertigo Dance Company: MAKOM
    Apr
    06
    2024
    8:00 PM
    Sat
    Prices from $56
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  • Boston Ballet: Carmen
    Apr
    25
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Thu
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $50
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  • Boston Ballet: Carmen
    Apr
    26
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Fri
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $49
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  • Boston Ballet: Carmen
    Apr
    27
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sat
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $87
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  • Boston Ballet: Carmen
    Apr
    27
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Sat
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $90
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  • Boston Ballet: Carmen
    Apr
    28
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sun
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $88
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  • Boston Ballet: Carmen
    May
    02
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Thu
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $48
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  • Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
    May
    02
    2024
    8:00 PM
    Thu
    Prices from $55
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  • Boston Ballet: Carmen
    May
    03
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Fri
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $45
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  • Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
    May
    03
    2024
    8:00 PM
    Fri
    Prices from $36
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  • Boston Ballet: Carmen
    May
    04
    2024
    1:30 PM
    Sat
    02111, 539 Washington St, Boston, MA, US
    Prices from $50
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About Boston Ballet

The Boston Ballet is an American professional classical ballet company based in Boston, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1963 by E. Virginia Williams and Sydney Leonard and was New England’s first professional repertory ballet company. It has been led by Violette Verdy (1980–1984), Bruce Marks (1985–1997), and Anna-Marie Holmes (1997–2000). Mikko Nissinen was appointed artistic director in September 2001.

Boston Ballet maintains a repertoire that includes classics such as Marius Petipa’s The Sleeping Beauty and August Bournonville’s La Sylphide, contemporary versions of classics such as Mikko Nissinen’s Swan Lake and John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet and works by contemporary choreographers including William Forsythe, Jirí Kylián, Mark Morris, David Dawson, Val Caniparoli, Christopher Wheeldon, and Helen Pickett. Over 35 performances employ the entire company and more than 250 Boston Ballet School students who join in the production every year. Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker has been performed annually since 1963. Wikipedia

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Guide to Ballet Ticket Pricing


Navigating the world of ballet ticket purchases can be complex, as prices fluctuate based on several factors, including the show’s acclaim, availability, and your preferred seating area. Renowned performances such as “Cinderella” and “Carmen” often command premium pricing due to their high demand.

Affordable to Premium: Ballet Ticket Options for Every Budget

At “Ballet Tickets,” we cater to a wide range of preferences and budgets, ensuring everyone can experience ballet’s magic. Our offerings include tickets for the esteemed Boston Ballet, with starting prices as low as $35. On average, attendees can expect to spend around $190 for a truly immersive experience. Whether you’re seeking affordability or premium seating, “Ballet Tickets” is your go-to destination for the best ballet performances.

Seating Chart

In the grand tapestry of Boston‘s cultural venues, the Citizens Opera House stands as a beacon of classical performance art, offering a panoply of seating arrangements designed to cater to a wide array of audience preferences. From the lofty perches of the Balcony to the intimate immediacy of the Orchestra, each section offers its unique vantage point and experience, meticulously designed to immerse you in the world of ballet and opera.


  • The Balcony: A High Perspective.
    Perched at the zenith of the Citizens Opera House, the Balcony seats offer a bird’s-eye view of the stage’s splendor. These seats, occupying the uppermost seven rows, provide an unobstructed albeit distant perspective, ensuring that even patrons seated at the rear are within a mere 50 rows from the stage’s embrace. While these seats may not boast the venue’s most illustrious views, they offer a unique vantage point that captures the entire tableau of the performance.
  • Center Balcony: The Heart of Elevation.
    Choosing a seat within the Center Balcony section melds convenience with a more centralized view. Though one might find themselves at the tail end of the queue for amenities during intermissions, the panoramic sightlines afforded here somewhat compensate for the minor inconvenience, offering a balanced perspective on the performance.
  • Orchestra Box Seats: Proximity with an Angle.
    The Orchestra Level’s Box Seats, flanking the auditorium’s left and right extremities, present a curious blend of proximity and angled viewing. While not offering the exclusivity often associated with box seating, these seats provide a tad more legroom and a novel viewing angle, adding variety to the conventional theater-going experience.
  • Balcony Box Seats: Elevated Privacy.
    Nestled at the Balcony’s edges, these Box Seats merge the advantages of added legroom with a decent, albeit angled, view of the stage. While they might not warrant a significant premium, they offer a semblance of the box seat experience from an elevated perspective.
  • Dress Circle: The Pinnacle of Viewing Pleasure.
    The Dress Circle emerges as the crowning jewel for those pursuing unparalleled sightlines. This coveted area, comprising the first three rows of the second level, hangs over the Orchestra, providing an intimate proximity to the stage further enhanced by the elevation. The resultant sightlines are among the venue’s most sought-after, reflected in the rapid sale of these tickets upon release and the premium pricing these seats command.
  • Mezzanine: A Balanced Offering.
    With four distinct sections, the Mezzanine offers a blend of visual pleasure and accessibility. Situated just behind the Dress Circle and above a quaint walkway, the front rows of the Mezzanine provide an excellent, albeit slightly elevated, view of the stage, often at a more palatable price point compared to their more illustrious counterparts.
  • Orchestra Seating: Immersive Proximity.
    The allure of the Orchestra seats lies in their intimate proximity to the stage, offering an immersive experience that places you within a tactile connection to the performance. The most coveted positions here are within the central section and the first ten rows, offering unparalleled engagement with the spectacle. However, seats further back still provide a splendid view, supplemented by convenient access to lobby amenities.

In the nuanced world of the Citizens Opera House seating, each section tells its own story, offering a diverse range of experiences designed to cater to the varied tastes of its patrons. From the grandeur of the Dress Circle to the practical charm of the Mezzanine, the venue encapsulates the essence of ballet and opera viewing, ensuring that each visit remains a memorable foray into the performing arts.

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