Have a quick question, comment or piece of advice? Use this form and we'll get right back to you.
CAP was founded in 1990 to act as an advocate for the arts, serve the public by providing services and resources for county artists and arts organizations, and encourage collaboration among arts, education, business, civic and government organizations.Learn more
Date: October 17, 2013
From: John Spence, Executive Director
Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County
email@example.com / 607-273-5072, ext. 19
RE: Ticket Center Ithaca
At the close of business on Saturday, October 12th, Ticket Center Ithaca ceased operations. People wishing to purchase tickets for local events such as performances at the Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca College Theatre, Hangar Theatre, State Theatre and Cayuga Chamber Orchestra should contact those organizations directly by phone or on-line through their websites. (See below.)
The business model that brought many of the local performing arts organizations together in support of a single ticketing outlet is no longer viable. Local performing arts organizations are actively exploring the creation of a next-generation Ticket Center that can be more responsive to the needs of the organizations and ticket-buying audiences based on recent advances in ticketing technologies.
The Ticket Center box office shared space with the Tompkins County Convention and Visitor's Center on the Commons in Ithaca. The Visitor's Center will remain open for business in the same location, providing information on restaurants, lodging, and local attractions, Monday through Saturday, from 10am to 6pm and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm.
Cayuga Chamber Orchestra
Ithaca College Theatre