Frequently Asked Questions
What should I wear?
There is no dress code for most performances, however many guests will dress business casual for events. Please feel free to come dressed comfortably.
When should I arrive?
If you already have your tickets, we recommend arriving about 40-45 minutes before the start of your show. A little sooner if you plan to buy your tickets at the door, the box office opens one hour before the show starts. This allows you enough time to park, get inside, and find your seats, we begin seating 30 minutes prior to the show.
What if I'm late?
If you are late, you may end up listening from the lobby. Most shows ask that our ushers hold late arrivals in the lobby until a suitable pause in the program, so your entry won’t disturb the performers or other patrons.
How do I get there and where do I park?
Lucky for you, we have a part of our website dedicated to just this kind of information! Click here.
How late will my show run?
Every show is unique, most performances run approximately two hours long and usually have an intermission. When you arrive you can ask the usher how long the event will be and reading your program will also give you a good idea of what to expect.
What happens during intermission?
Most intermissions are 15-20 minutes long, giving you time to socialize with your companions, get a drink, go to the restroom, or simply sit in your seat and read program notes.
What is on the fine print of my ticket?
Ever wonder what the fine print says on the back of your ticket? Here it is:
The holder of this ticket assumes all risk and danger incidental to the performance, game or exhibition whether occurring prior to, during, or after the actual occurrence of the event and agrees that all involved in the production of this event are not liable for injuries resulting therefrom. If the ticket holder’s conduct endangers or disrupts the actors, performers, players, coaches, officials, or other patrons, the University reserves the right to remove the ticker holder from the premises. No refund will be made. Tickets presented and used for admission once are not valid for readmission. Any person old enough to walk must have a ticket to enter Weber State University facilities which include the Dee Events Center. Age limitation requirements will apply for individual performances and events. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ON THE WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS INCLUDING THE DEE EVENTS CENTER AT ANY TIME. PATRONS WILL CONSENT TO REASONABLE SEARCH. No cans, bottles, thermoses, or other containers are permitted in any theater, auditorium, stadium, the Dee Events Center, or any other facility whereof this ticket is accepted.
What if I have more questions?
Above all, we want you to enjoy your experience at Val A. Browning Center and know that we are here to help. If you have a questions or need assistance of any kind while you're here, please just ask a member of our staff.
If you have other questions or comments please feel free to call us at 801-626-7000.