Neighborhood Theater In Charlotte, NC

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NoDa's Neighborhood Theatre is a beloved neighborhood institution, affording residents a chance to see national touring performers such as Aimee Mann and Kaki King up close and personal. The theatre hosts a number of annual film festivals, as well as record label showcases, and some performance art. Tickets for upcoming concerts are available at nearby headshop Sunshine Daydreams . See website for calendar of events, showtimes, and tickets.


The Theatre has a capacity of 956 if all areas are open. This includes the dance floor, balcony, bar area & "Other Side" area. For "Listening Room" style shows, we have the capability to do 600 seated.Neighborhood Theater In Charlotte, NC

Seating Policy:

Depending on the show, we will sell tickets in the following ways: 1. General Admission and seats will be available on a first come first serve basis, so if you want a good seat, please make sure to get here early; 2. Seat Guaranteed Tickets which means that we will have a seat for you & the show is 100% seated, but where it is depends upon what time you get here to reserve it . Please check the individual show information for the type of ticketing available. We do not reserve seats in advance, nor do we sell tickets based on seat numbers. All events are General Admission on a first come basis through the door. You choose & reserve your seat once you enter the Theatre. Door & show times are listed under each event and vary depending on the event listed. Please go to our photo page to get a visual by what we mean with "dance floor will be open". What this means is that we have an area in front of the stage that either gets portable chairs for the "listening room" shows or no chairs for the more upbeat dancing shows. If a show lists "main hall floor open", this means that there will be no seats in the main hall. We have made many changes in the theatre over the years and one of them is that all seats are portable, this gives us the ability to have 100% standing shows as well as 100% seated shows.


511 E 36th St
North Carolina (NC)
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