Venues - Elliott Hall of Music
Venue Accomodations and Policies
Audio enhancement is available. Ask an usher for the easy-to-use earphone system. Sign language interpretation is available with sufficient advanced notice and conditional upon the availability of qualified service providers. Please request this service at least one month prior to the performance. A real-time reporter is available only when the performance lends itself to this type of service, at the discretion of the manager, and when requested one month prior to the performance date. Preferential seating is provided.
CAMERAS, AUDIO, VIDEO
Cameras and audio or video recording devices are prohibited unless by special permission. Flash photography is prohibited at all times.
While we encourage early introduction to the arts, we also wish to provide the best environment for all of our patrons. We request that children under 6 years of age not be brought to some performances. All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket.
The doors generally open 30 minutes before the start of an event. Timing may adjust depending on event requirements.
There are no elevators in Elliott Hall of Music. To avoid climbing stairs at Elliott Hall of Music, elevator access is available by entering Hovde Hall from the southwest corner of the building and using the building elevator located in the foyer. Take the elevator to the second floor and enter Elliott Hall of Music by using the adjoining bridge. Patrons may also enter the Hall of Music at the north or south side doors where there are no steps to climb. Be sure to request main-floor seating when ordering tickets and explain your needs.
FOOD, BEVERAGES, SMOKING
Food, beverages and smoking are prohibited in the venues
Please allow plenty of time to arrive at all performances. As a courtesy to the performers and other audience members, we cannot immediately seat patrons who arrive after the beginning of the performance. Latecomers will be seated at an appropriate break in the performance, as determined by the artists.
For those with accessible parking permits parking spaces are located along the semicircular drive around Elliott Hall of Music. Pull along the north or south side of the building, and a police officer will direct you to the available spaces. You may also drop off patrons needing special assistance at the north or south side doors (look for the green awnings) and then park in one of the garages. Parking is free in campus garages on weekends and after 5 pm on weeknights. For more info on parking on campus.
A public telephone is located in the center, lower lobby doors of Elliott Hall of Music. A TTY phone is located in Hovde Hall near room 68.
Purdue students may be required to present appropriate identification for admission with any ticket sold at the Purdue student rate.
Located in the lower lobby and the first and second balconies. An unisex restroom for physically-challenged patrons is located on the south side of the auditorium. In addition, Hovde Hall has restrooms for physically-challenged individuals located on the main floor just off the skywalk connecting the two buildings.
REFUNDS & EXCHANGES
We are unable to issue refunds or exchange tickets. If you are unable to attend a show, consider one of the following options:
• Return series tickets to the box office 48 hours prior to the show and receive credit for a tax-deductible donation.
• Return your ticket to the box office any time prior to the show and it will be offered to a student free of charge.
• Give or sell your ticket to someone else.
Wheelchair seating is available in Elliott Hall of Music with companion seating located nearby. Wheelchair assistance from your car to your seat is available at Elliott Hall of Music. Ask an usher for assistance. A patron desiring transfer seating or an extra-wide seat should request this when purchasing a ticket. Extra- wide seats are available in Zone A in Elliott Hall of Music.
Service animals are welcomed. Special seating is required. When ordering, request an aisle seat and inform the box office that a service animal will be with you.
If a ticket is lost, stolen or destroyed, Purdue University cannot guarantee a replacement ticket. Refunds and/or exchanges are handled on a per event basis and are not guaranteed.
Large print programs for Convocations performances are available upon request. Contact an usher for a copy.
Water fountains are located in the lobby of Loeb Playhouse and in the west lobby of Stewart Center. Patrons with disabilities may ask an usher for bottled water in Elliott Hall of Music or may use the water fountain on the first floor of Hovde Hall just across the bridge.
There are 8 permanent wheelchair spaces in the Hall of Music. These are located in Row RR on both the north and south sides of the auditorium. Additional wheel chair seating can be created by the removal of seats. However, advanced notification is necessary.
If you have additional questions or further needs contact us at HLMCFAQ@purdue.edu .