Frequently Asked Questions
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How much do tickets cost?
Advanced tickets for BLACKOUT are $49.
48 hours prior to each performance a minimum of 45% of ticket capacity will become available at Pay-What-You-Wish pricing. A limited number of tickets will be available in-person starting 45 minutes prior to the performance to accommodate cash sales.
Advertised ticket prices include applicable fees and HST.
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets for Dream in High Park performances will go on sale once there is clarity surrounding the resumption of outdoor performances. The Musical Stage Company Donors will receive a presale in advance of the public onsale.
If you purchased a ticket to the postponed production of BLACKOUT (originally scheduled to occur May 14 – June 6, 2020 at the Marilyn and Charles Baillie Theatre (Formerly the Berkeley Street Theatre), you will receive first access to tickets for BLACKOUT in High Park, beginning on April 28, 2021. An e-mail will be sent you, providing details of the presale window.
Questions? Please contact Andrew Markowiak (Audience Services Manager at Canadian Stage) at email@example.com.
How will I receive my ticket(s)?
Tickets will be delivered to you as a PDF attachment by email. You may either print your tickets and bring them with you to your performance, or you can display your ticket barcode(s) on your mobile device. Please be sure to have your tickets ready upon arrival and, if you are using your mobile device, have the brightness turned all the way up.
What is pod seating?
To enable physical distancing between groups, seating in the High Park Amphitheatre will be set up in pods of one, two, or four seats. When purchasing tickets for your group, please select a pod that has the correct number of seats. If you are not able to find a pod to accommodate your group, please call the box office at 416-368-3110 for assistance.
The maximum number of patrons in a single pod is 4. If your group is larger than 4, please purchase multiple pods.
We will not be able to combine pods.
When should I arrive at the amphitheatre?
To facilitate physical distancing, we have indicated on your ticket a preferred time of arrival. As you are able, we ask that you arrive within the designated timeframe.
What if I or someone in my group fails the onsite health screening?
If someone in your group is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 your party will be asked to not attend the performance. Our Audience Services team will assist in making arrangements to reschedule your tickets for another time.
What should I do if I am feeling unwell in advance of my performance?
Please do not attend if you have a fever or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of attending, or if you have had close contact with anyone suspected or confirmed of having COVID-19.
Contact the box office at 416-368-3110 as soon as possible and our Audience Services team will be happy to discuss your ticket options.
Where is the High Park Amphitheatre?
The High Park Amphitheatre is situated in the heart of one of Toronto’s most significant and iconic natural sites, High Park.
Please visit our High Park Venue and Directions page for detailed location maps and directions.
Where can I park?
While there are several parking areas within High Park, please be sure to check the City of Toronto website to verify whether vehicular traffic is permitted in the park on the day of your performance.
Please note that High Park will have Vehicle-Free Weekends throughout the spring and summer of 2021.