Know Before You Go
On-street parking is free in downtown Anchorage after 6pm.
Paid parking is available at:
- Municipal Parking Garage/Easy Park on 6th & H, and 7th & G, evening
- Fifth Avenue Mall Garage on 5th & C, daytime and evening
- JCPenney Garage/Easy Park on 6th & E, daytime and evening
- Linny Pacillo Parking Center (enter on E between 6th & 7th), evening
- Map of more downtown parking options.
Patrons who require special assistance, sign language interpretation, or other services are encouraged to make arrangements at least three weeks before the performance by calling the CenterTix box office (907) 263-2787 (TTY: 263-2717). Infrared headsets are available for use in all theatres. A deposit or identification is required.
Discounted tickets for active duty military and veterans with base access are available for on JBER at Information Tickets and Travel (aka ITT), located inside the Arctic Oasis, Bldg #9497, (907) 753-2378. Subject to availability.
If you are an Anchorage Concert Association subscriber and your tickets are lost, they can be replaced at no cost by calling the Anchorage Concert Association office at 272-1471. If you arrive at an event without tickets, CenterTix will replace them, but they may charge a $1 per ticket replacement fee.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Anchorage Concert Association?
The Anchorage Concert Association is the largest presenter of arts and entertainment in Alaska. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, our mission is to inspire and enhance community through the performing arts. More about us.
Where are performances
All Anchorage Concert Association mainstage performances are presented at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts (PAC) located at 621 West 6th Avenue (between 5th & 6th Avenues and F & G Streets in downtown Anchorage).
How can I get more
information about the artists?
Join us for the pre-concert talks prior to many of our concerts. This free discussion is held inside the theatre with topics ranging from background on the artist to history of the art form. Check out show pages for further artist information, videos, music, and more.
What should I wear?
Denim and flannel, silk and diamonds—you will find both, and everything in between, at an Anchorage Concert Association event. Wear whatever makes you comfortable. There is no dress code for attendees, but please avoid strong scents that may bother fellow concert-goers. There is a coat check available in the lobby.
What if I need special
Patrons who require special assistance, sign language interpretation, or other services are encouraged to make arrangements at least three weeks before the performance by calling (907) 263-2787 (TTY: 263-2717). Infrared headsets are available for use in all theatres. A deposit or identification is required.
Who are the ushers?
Ushers are members of a volunteer program coordinated by the PAC. If you have questions or comments about “Ushering in the Arts” or are interested in being a volunteer, please call the PAC at 907-263-2920.
Should my child come to
We recommend that parents research each artist and show and determine if the content is appropriate for their child. We do request that out of courtesy for others, concert-goers refrain from bringing babes-in-arms to the theatre. Everyone entering the concert hall must have a ticket, regardless of age. Anyone who disrupts a performance may be asked to leave the theatre.
What if I arrive late?
Latecomers are invited to watch the performance on video monitors until an appropriate break in the performance. Late seating times are determined by the artists in an effort to cause as little disturbance to the performance as possible for both the artist and audience members. Please check the time on your tickets to ensure you arrive promptly.
Can I text or take a
photo during the show?
Photographic or recording devices are not permitted at most shows. Flash cameras and bright screens are both inconsiderate to other attendees and sometimes dangerous to the artists. Please silence all devices and put them away during the performance. Additionally, please save any texts or social media updates until intermission or after the performance.
What if I can’t make it
to a show?
Exchange for Subscribers: Anchorage Concert Association subscribers can exchange tickets up to 24 hours before the scheduled performance. You can exchange for another performance of the same show or another show in the 2018/2019 season. Tickets can be exchanged at the CenterTix box office.
Exception: Tickets to The Book of Mormon may not be exchanged.
Donate: By donating your tickets to Anchorage Concert Association, you make a seat available to those who might otherwise miss a performance. We cannot issue cash refunds for unused tickets, but we will gladly offer you a tax receipt for your in-kind contribution. To donate your tickets, please mail or deliver them to the CenterTix Box Office 24 hours prior to the performance date printed on your ticket. If you are unable to mail or deliver your donated tickets, call the CenterTix Box Office at (907) 263-2787.
How do I get invited to a house concert or other special events?
Anchorage Concert Association offers a range of benefits and acknowledgments to donors at various contribution levels. At the $500 and above donation level, supporters are invited to private house concerts and special events throughout the season.
What is a subscription?
A subscription is a great way to save money and get access to the best seats by purchasing three or more shows in one season together through Anchorage Concert Association. Learn more.
Alaska Center for the
Performing Arts (PAC) contact information
621 W 6th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
(907) 263-ARTS (in Anchorage), 1 877-ARTS-TIX (outside Anchorage)
Contact the box office for day-of-show concerns, to purchase additional tickets, to exchange or donate tickets, and for general information.
PAC Emergency Number: (907) 263-2965
PAC Access Services: (907) 263-2787 (Voice), (907) 263-2717 (TTY), firstname.lastname@example.org