How To Purchase Tickets:
MORRISON CENTER Ticket Office hours:
- beginning July 1, 2014: Mon – Wed 10am to 5pm, Thu 10am to 6pm, Fri 10am – 5pm
- on performance days beginning 2 hours prior to event until one-half hour after the scheduled start time of the event.
TELEPHONE: MC Ticket Office (208) 426-1110
INTERNET: Select performances from the Morrison Center Tickets page. Buy Now buttons will take you to a secure purchase page.
BOISE STATE TICKET OUTLETS:
Student Union Info Desk (208) 426-4636 M-Sat, 10AM-6PM
Payment Options: The Morrison Center Ticket Office accepts cash, VISA and MasterCard credit cards. Please have your credit card ready when ordering tickets by telephone. All ticket sales are final.
Morrison Center Policy: All patrons, regardless of age, require a ticket. Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of Management.
Official University Policy Regarding Onsite Ticket Reselling: Unauthorized commercial activity is not permitted on campus. Solicitation and hawking of products by third parties such as the sale, resale or “scalping” of tickets, is prohibited. Any person selling or otherwise distributing on campus will be requested to stop, removed from campus, and in some instances, the tickets may have to be voluntarily surrendered. If necessary, University Security and the Boise Police Department may be called to address such activity.
Disability Seating: A limited number of wheelchair and disability seating locations are available on both levels of the theater (see seating chart PDF for details). Please contact the Morrison Center Box Office (208-426-1110) before purchasing tickets to a performance. For more information, click here.
Group Sales: Discount group reservations are available for many Morrison Center performances. Contact Group Sales at (208) 426-4103 or visit the Group Order web page.
Ticket Fees: Ticket prices do not include per ticket or per order administrative and convenience fees. Additional fees may apply depending upon the requirements of the event.
Refunds: There are no refunds or exchanges. Lost or stolen tickets may be replaced by contacting the Morrison Center Ticket Office directly at (208) 426-1110. Tickets will only be reissued to the original ticket purchaser. A $7.00 per ticket reissue fee for lost tickets will be required. This fee will be waived for stolen tickets if a copy of the police report is provided.
For more information: Please contact our Ticket Office at 208-426-1110.
An update to Boise State University’s Policy: Section XII, Campus Safety and Security, takes effect on July 1 2014. The below excerpts from Policy #: 12080 apply specifically to events at the Morrison Center. The full policy including an informative FAQ is available HERE.
- I. Policy Statement: A safe and secure environment is fundamental to fulfilling the university’s mission of teaching, research, and public service. Boise State University is committed to maintaining an environment free of violence. This obligation includes restricting recognized hazards from the campus community that contribute to violence or serious harm.
- II. Prohibition: The possession, wearing, carrying, transporting, or use of a Weapon is strictly forbidden on university owned or controlled premises, including vehicles parked on such premises. This prohibition extends to any person with a government-issued permit or license. […]
- III. 2.: It is also not lawful for a person issued a license under the provisions of Idaho Code § 18-3302H or Idaho Code § 18-3302K to carry a firearm within a student dormitory or residence hall, or within any building of a public entertainment facility. Specifically, those licenses do not permit carrying of firearms: […]
- III. 2.b.: Within any building of a public entertainment facility with a seating capacity of at least one thousand (1,000) persons.
- IV. Weapons Screening: The university may conduct weapons screening to meet the requirements of this policy. […] Screening procedures may include, but are not limited to, visual inspection, the use of magnetometer devices (including wands and walk-through metal detectors), bag size limitations, bag inspections, and limited pat down searches. Discovery of a weapon at the screening checkpoint may require a law enforcement assessment of the situation.