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If you're looking to plan your next visit to Texas Performing Arts, you're in the right place!

Directions & Parking

We know that parking on campus can be difficult, and some of our venues are harder to find. For more information, please visit our Directions & Parking page.


For more information about Bass Concert Hall and McCullough Theatre, please visit our Venues page. Or, view seating maps.

Venue Policies

Find out what you should leave at home for your next visit. View Full Policy List.


Accessible parking and seating are available at all our venues. We also offer assisted listening devices, sign interpretation and other services. Accessibility Info

Late Seating

Every performance has its own policies for seating guests who arrive late. Please check the event detail page(s) for more information and updates.


Texas Performing Arts welcomes children of any age accompanied by an adult. Every person entering the hall must have a ticket including children and infants.

Eat & Drink

No outside food or drinks are permitted in any of our venues. Food is available in Bass Concert Hall in the Café on Level 3, and snacks are for sale at the bars. McCullough Theatre offers limited bar service and snacks. Learn More

Dress Code

There is no set dress code at Texas Performing Arts performances.

Cameras & Recording

Photography is only allowed in the lobby areas of our buildings.

Cell Phones & Electronic Devices

All cell phones and electronic devices must be silenced inside the auditorium during the performance. 

Guest Services

The following items and services are available at Texas Performing Arts:

  • Assistive Listening Devices
  • Wheelchairs are available for use inside the lobbies
  • Coat Check
  • Binoculars (rental only)
  • Ear Plugs 
  • Booster Seats Available on all seating levels, on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Taxi Service
  • Lost & Found.

    Wearing a helmet? Thanks for being safe! We will gladly store your bicycle, scooter, moped, or motorcycle helmet at guest services!

Guest Services

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Tour and Gallery Information

Bass Concert Hall offers guided tours of the lobby and backstage areas as well as in-depth information about the renovations and artwork that is located throughout the venue.

Texas Performing Arts is proud to exhibit several modern and contemporary sculptures from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in and around Bass Concert Hall as an initiative of the Landmarks public art program. If you would like to schedule a guided or self-guided tour, please call or email to make an appointment.




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