New Show Alert - Stadium Theatre Revival Series

"We are excited to announce that we have booked a variety of intimate concerts on Friday and Saturday nights, replacing the large scale summer and fall shows we had previously scheduled. The Safety of our Stadium family is paramount. We are following the state of Rhode Island guidelines to keep you safe. We are practicing socially distanced seating at all events, so seating will be limited. The Revival Series is generously sponsored by Fournier & Fournier Funeral Home." 

 

Tickets for these shows will be available to Stadium Members on Monday, Sept. 21st at 9 AM

Stadium members may call 401-762-4545 to purchase presale tickets, or may visit us in person at the Stadium Theatre Box Office located at 

28 Monument Square, Woonsocket, Rhode Island.

Box office hours are 9 AM - 3 PM, Monday - Thursday

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Tickets will go on sale to the public and will be available

ONLINE on Friday, September 25th at 9 AM.

 

Visit https://www.stadiumtheatre.com for the full line up of shows and to purchase you seats! 

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