All Waitress events
Where is Waitress playing?
Waitress is playing in the following cities and theaters:
• Hanna Theatre at Playhouse Square (Cleveland, OH)
• Sarofim Hall - Hobby Center (Houston, TX)
• Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall (Fort Myers, FL)
• Great Cedar Showroom at Foxwoods (Mashantucket, CT)
• Saenger Theatre - New Orleans (New Orleans, LA)
• Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga (Chattanooga, TN)
• King Center For The Performing Arts (Melbourne, FL)
• Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall (Sarasota, FL)
• Abilene Civic Center (Abilene, TX)
• Orpheum Theatre - Sioux City (Sioux City, IA)
• Adler Theatre (Davenport, IA)
• Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (Bowling Green, KY)
• Shubert Theater - CT (New Haven, CT)
Related Performers to Waitress
Why should I buy Waitress tickets on TicketIQ?
TicketIQ has FEE FREE Waitress tickets. Unlike most secondary market ticket sites, TicketIQ has no added fees. That means that the price you see is the price you pay. Because of this, TicketIQ customers save 10-20% on Waitress tickets compared to other secondary market ticket sites.
Customers looking for Waitress tickets will also see a data-driven A to F rating for each ticket deal seen on the TicketIQ platform. Ratings are based on other tickets in similar sections for Waitress tickets. Our buying experience also provides the ability to filter by aisle seats, 1st row in section as well as other options like ADA access and the ability to hide obstructed view seats.
In addition to the best deals, the TicketIQ blog offers the most up-to-date data on ticket trends. TicketIQ is the best option for anyone looking to save money and find great seats for their next live event experience.
Are Waitress tickets on TicketIQ guaranteed?
Yes. All Waitress ticket sales on TicketIQ are guaranteed and you can read our guarantee here, where we ensure you will receive an authentic and valid ticket, and that you will receive your tickets with ample time ahead of the event. You can track the status of your order directly from the TicketIQ account page.
TicketIQ has a rigorous process of screening every seller that lists a ticket on our site, and we work with over 1,000 independent ticket sellers, as well as teams and venues that list on our site directly to reach secondary market buyers.
TicketIQ also has an elite seller program, noted with a ribbon icon on the ticket listing, to indicate which sellers are not only reliable but also have a record of speedy order confirmation and on-time delivery. If any issues arise when you are trying to find your Waitress tickets, please contact us directly, and visit our Contact Us page for all contact options, including our urgent support phone number.
Where Are The Most Expensive Waitress Tickets?
If you are looking for more expensive Waitress tickets, Orchestra seats are the best in the house. Center sections in the Orchestra are higher-priced than right or left Orchestra sections. For major shows, Orchestra seats usually start from $100-$200 and go as high as $500-$1000 for the highest-demand shows like THE BOOK OF MORMON and HAMILTON.
How Much Are Waitress Tickets?
Most theaters have two or three-levels, with Orchestra seats & lower levels being the most expensive, and Mezzanine and/or Balcony being less expensive, especially in the last 10 rows of the section.
The closer to the stage, the more expensive tickets get. The cheapest tickets for current Broadway shows start under $50 for lower-demand shows. Higher demand shows can start at $100 or more. The most expensive theater tickets for all performers are in the first few rows on the Orchestra Center sections. These seats are often hard to find, as they're in very high demand.
How To Find Discounted Waitress Tickets?
Buying tickets when a show first goes on-sale or when additional dates go on-sale is the best way to get face-value seats for Waitress tickets. For some of the highest-demand shows, however, the most desirable tickets sell out quickest, with Balcony and obstructed view tickets selling out last or not at all. Very few Broadway or traveling shows sell out completely, so it's important to check primary ticketing platforms like Telecharge, Ticketmaster and SeatGeek as well as secondary marketplaces. For sold-out events, the secondary market is the only way to get tickets, however, many sites like StubHub and Vivid Seats, charge fees of 10%-25%, which means you end up paying more for the same ticket. TicketIQ has no fees for all theater events and can save hundreds of dollars for more expensive tickets.
Where Are the Cheapest Waitress tickets?
If you are looking for the cheapest Waitress tickets, the last 10 rows of the upper levels of The Venue are usually the least expensive. Tickets at the far end at either side of the stage are typically cheaper than sections at center stage. Many shows have tickets under $100, with some as low as $50.
What if the Waitress event is Canceled or Postponed?
If the Waitress event is canceled and will not occur at a later date, we will send you an email that will offer you the opportunity to be issued a credit in the amount of 110% of the original cost or receive a refund for the full cost of the Waitress tickets, including service fees and shipping and handling charges.
If the event is postponed or rescheduled, you may use the tickets on the rescheduled date. We aim to make sure that if the event does not occur when scheduled, Waitress ticket buyers are fully taken care of. Let us know if you have any questions about how this process works or if you need help receiving a refund for your Waitress tickets.
How will I receive my Waitress tickets?
Most Waitress tickets are now delivered via mobile transfer using the email used to place your order. You will then pull up your tickets on your phone to have them scanned when you enter The Venue. You can also use the primary market ticketing provider's app to manage and transfer your tickets.
Before entering The Venue, make sure that you can access your Waitress tickets on your mobile device. If you cannot find the tickets on your device, check your email to find detailed instructions on how to proceed. And if there are any issues, contact our customer service representatives for timely assistance.
Make sure that when entering The Venue you or someone in your group has a charged mobile device on hand to access tickets so that they can be scanned at the turnstile. To make things easier, most devices allow you to add your virtual ticket to your phone’s mobile wallet, which makes the ticket easier to access and also eliminates the issues that could arise if WiFi is slow.
How To Get Orchestra Seats For the Waitress Show?
Orchestra seats are among the most in-demand for the Waitress show. Orchestra seats are also often the most expensive place to sit in the theater, as they allow you to get as close to the stage as you want to. Each theater's seating configuration can be different, which means it's important to check out details for the one where you're planning to attend before buying.
Are there VIP/Premium Options at Waitress shows?
Many shows now reserve their best seats in the center orchestra to be sold as "Platinum", which means they are priced in line with the secondary market. A limited number of “Box Seats” may be available for some shows; these are on the sides of the auditorium, close to the stage. Every show on Broadway holds a certain number of seats off sale to the general public called “house seats" that can be secured with the right connections.
What Time Do Doors Open For the Waitress show?
Broadway theaters typically open 30 minutes before the stated curtain time. If you're picking up your Waitress tickets at "will-call" it is advised that you arrive 45 minutes early.
Do Waitress Tickets Sell Out?
Tickets for many high-demand Broadway shows do sell out, however, tickets are usually available on resale marketplaces like TicketIQ right up until showtime, and sometime for below face value.
How To Get To The Venue?
Exploring transportation options is vital when planning out your Waitress experience. Driving is always a reliable option, but most cities will have metro options if that is preferable. Make sure that you have a plan in place before you venture towards The Venue. If you live close enough to the theater, walking would be the cheapest option. No matter how you get there though, being well prepared will surely add to your Waitress experience.
Waitress Rush and Lottery Tickets
Rush or Lottery sales can be digital or in-person. Digital entries are often accepted as early as one week before the desired show until 11 a.m. the day before the performance. The drawing is held at noon the day before the performance, and tickets cost $50, payable by credit card. Lucky Seat has become the biggest provider of digital rush and lottery sales and they notify winners by e-mail, who then must purchase tickets by 4 p.m. the day before the performance, while in-person rush buyers buy in-person. Rush tickets can often have an obstructed or partial view, and pairs may be split up.
Cancellation tickets may also be available through the cancellation line on the day of the show. These cancellation tickets are sold at face value.
Waitress TKTS Tickets
TKTS Discount Booths are also a great way to affordably see theater in NYC. Known for their iconic booth located around Manhattan, they offer discounts of 20% to 50% off face value tickets, and have limited availability of unsold tickets for purchase on the day of the event. TKTS Discount Booths in NYC include the flagship location in the heart of Times Square, with booths also at South Street Seaport and Lincoln Center. “Standing Room” tickets at the back of the orchestra or mezzanine are available at discounted prices. Group Tickets are another way to get discounted theater tickets, through the Box Office or Broadway Inbound.