Cincinnati Ballet Tickets

Get Cincinnati 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 Cincinnati 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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Upcoming Performances 2024/2025

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Upcoming Performances: 4
  • Revolution Dance Theatre: I'm Bored
    Oct
    05
    2024
    8:00 PM
    Sat
    45202, 650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OH, US
    Prices from $55
    Avg. price ~ $156
    48 tickets remaining!
    Tickets
  • Ballet and Dance Tickets
    Oct
    26
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Sat
    45202, 650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OH, US
    Prices from $59
    Avg. price ~ $98
    Available Tickets: 107
    Tickets
  • State Ballet Theatre of Ukraine: Swan Lake
    Nov
    10
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Sun
    Taft Theatre | Capacity: 2500
    45202, 317 East 5th St, Cincinnati, OH, US
    Prices from $73
    Avg. price ~ $140
    Available Tickets: 365
    Tickets
  • Step Afrika
    Mar
    11
    2025
    7:30 PM
    Tue
    45202, 650 Walnut St, Cincinnati, OH, US
    Prices from $36
    Avg. price ~ $214
    Available Tickets: 427
    Tickets

About Cincinnati Ballet

The Cincinnati Ballet: Embracing a New Chapter, in the Heart of Cincinnati


Back in 2021, the Cincinnati Ballet made a move by opening the Cincinnati Ballet Margaret and Michael Valentine Center for Dance in Walnut Hills. This impressive new location isn’t a building; it symbolizes a future for dance in the Greater Cincinnati region. The Modern Dance Center showcases the company’s dedication to advancing its mission and enriching the landscape of the community.

Since its inception in 1963, the Cincinnati Ballet has been a player in professional ballet locally. Known for its repertoire ranging from masterpieces to cutting-edge contemporary works this company has always aimed to bring ballet’s captivating beauty to a wide audience through full-length shows and innovative premieres.

Over the years the Company has built partnerships with artists and choreographers worldwide enhancing its offerings and establishing itself as an influential creative presence, in the dance world.


  • Going Beyond Performance; Connecting with Our Community.
    The Cincinnati Ballet’s impact goes beyond what happens on stage.
    Making dance more relatable and available, to everyone in the area is crucial as it ensures that the development of this art form is a shared experience. The Ballet has successfully introduced an audience to the world of dance through captivating performances, extensive educational programs, and active involvement in the community. Additionally, the Cincinnati Ballet Otto M. Budig Academy stands out as a leading institution, for ballet training fostering dance talents for the future.

Ticket Information

Availability and cost depend on what you’re seeing from Cincinnati Ballet – a magical ballet such as Cinderella or Carmen can go for close to $300; opening nights for those and other classics such as The Nutcracker range from $100 to $140, and will likely make the most impact on your sense of sensory overload. However, seating in the Cincinnati Music Hall or the Jarson Kaplan Theater at Aronoff Center usually comes in at $140 and up, but your specific seating area could cost more; if you want to sit in the gallery, this could be the lowest cost at around $110, but you can also choose to spend more for premium orchestra seating, which might cost you more than $320.

Choosing Your Seat in the Realm of Grace

The Cincinnati Ballet performs at only a handful of auditoriums in Cincinnati, primarily at the Cincinnati Music Hall, which accommodates over 2,200, with seating that varies from orchestra to gallery, with varying and individual vantage points of the stage. Full stage view can be found from seats in the Procter certified organic growers association of New Jersey Aronoff Center, whose Procter & Gamble Hall seats nearly 3,000.

From a small company rehearsing in a gym to a grand new building – the Valentine Center for Dance – that is home and hope for the Cincinnati Ballet today, the arc of a life in dance reflects the compassion and innovation, the beauty and joy that are at the heart of the best of dance: the creation and connection of community in the sublime exchange of expression through movement.

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Don Quixote at Cincinnati Music Hall | Cincinnati Ballet
Don Quixote at Cincinnati Music Hall | Cincinnati Ballet