How To Buy Tickets
- Box Office - Call a friendly voice in our box office, open Monday through Saturday from 12:00 PM until 6:00 PM, we look forward to assisting you! We are also open on Sundays when we have a performance.
- Purchase Online - Tickets can be purchased on our website by clicking on the
“BUY TICKETS” icon on our Live Events page, as well as the Purchase Tickets link at the top of every page.
Stop By & Say Hi – Stop by our box office at 39 S. Main St. in downtown Plymouth to purchase by cash, check, or credit card. Hours are 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM - Monday through Saturday. Box Office is open until late on show nights and open Sunday when we have a performance.
Common Man gift cards are always accepted for tickets at the box office.
- Movie Tickets - Movie tickets can be purchased at the box office on the day of the show.
Flying Monkey offers mail services to get physical tickets in your hand
before the show! Celebrating a birthday, anniversary, or holiday? Give
the physical tickets as a gift!
If you are purchasing tickets more than 10 days in advance we offer
standard shipping to get your tickets to you. If you are purchasing
tickets last minute (minimum of 3 days in advance) we also offer
overnight shipping. All mail orders must be placed before
4PM to go out on that business day. Call into the Box Office at
(603)536-2551 if you would like us to mail your tickets. Of course, you can always pick up your tickets at our Box Office the day of the event or beforehand free of charge!
- Standard Mail - $3.50
- Overnight Mail - $23.50
- All sales are final, there are no refunds for purchased tickets.
- All purchases will be for the full price of the ticket plus a handling fee.
- Tickets will be held at the will call window if purchased by
phone and can be picked up any time our box office is open or on the
- Please print ticket if purchased online (don’t lose it!).
- Tickets are non-refundable unless show is cancelled and not re-scheduled.
- Shows will not be cancelled due to weather unless the artist
can't get here. We follow the old show biz motto, that the show must go
on, so as long as the artist can get here, we expect hardy New
Englanders to get here as well.