Boasting a traditional Art Deco interior, the Brady Theater stands as an elaborate concert hall in the middle of downtown Tulsa. Nicknamed "The Old Lady of Brady," this historic landmark has been praised not only for its stunning design, but also for the impressive acoustics that make each concert come to life. Before you head to see Joe Bonamassa at the venue on November 8, read more information on the Brady Theater included below.
Brady Theater Seating Information
Seating at Brady Theater is separated into two levels. The main floor features a pit, which may be general admission or reserved seating depending on the performer. The orchestra seating stands behind the pit. From left to right, the floor sections are designated by the letters A-E. Rows in these sections start with single letters (A-Z) closest to the stage with double letters (AA-MM) near the rear.
The second level balcony runs in a semicircle around the upper half of the Brady Theater. From the left-hand side of the stage, balcony sections include F-P.
Brady Theater General Information
Outside food and drink are prohibited at this theater. Personal cameras are usually permitted, but the venue does prohibit the use of professional cameras and audio-video recording devices.
Brady Theater Parking Information
For those driving to see Joe Bonamassa, there are typically no extra parking fees to park in the lot owned by the Brady Theater; however, the spaces are not reserved and are only available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are also a variety of public parking structures in the area if the Brady Theater lot is filled.
Brady Theater Gate Times
Brady Theater doors usually open an hour before the performance is scheduled to begin.
Brady Theater Accessibility
There are a handful of accessible seating options on the main orchestra floor. It is best to contact the box office for specific details about the availability of accessible seating and other amenities prior to attending the show.