In order to enhance the exciting live concert atmosphere, the main floor of the McDonald Theatre is generally Standing Room Only for General Admission concerts to allow free flow of movement and dancing! For most of these GA shows, the balcony is fully seated and open to anyone 21 years of age or older, as it features a second bar. Please note that general admission balcony seating is available first come first served.
Click here for link to McDonald Theatre seating chart
For Reserved Seated events, the floor and balcony are fully seated, and tickets are associated with a particular seat, determined at the time of purchase. Coat check is often not available for these events.
Film screenings are generally General Admission Seated, where the floor and balcony are fully seated, but open to patrons on a firstcome, first seated basis.
Theatre doors generally open one hour prior to the announced time of each performance. The McDonald Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission or remove from the facility individuals that are disruptive to the performers or audience members.
Because most but not all concerts will feature an opening band, please plan on entering the Theatre soon after doors open. Times may be subject to change.
The main floor is accessible to patrons using wheelchairs. If you need special accommodations, please call (541) 345-4442.
The McDonald Theatre is a non-smoking facility. Smoking is permitted directly outside of The Lounge.
McDonald Theatre ADA Information
The Cuthbert Amphitheater and the McDonald Theatre adhere to the U.S. Department of Justice ADA 2010 revised requirements regarding the sale of accessible seating. Patrons requiring special seating accommodations must request them at the time of purchase. All patrons including companions, caregivers and assistants must present a ticket for entry.
Tickets for unsold accessible and companion seating may be released for sale to individuals without disabilities when:
1. When all non-accessible tickets have been sold;
2. When all non-accessible tickets in a designated seating area have been sold and the tickets for accessible seating are being released in the same designated area; or
3. When all non-accessible tickets in a designated price category have been sold and the tickets for accessible seating are being released within the same designated price category.
The DOJ ADA requirements can be found here>>