The Dairy Community Box Office
2590 Walnut St (26th and Walnut) – Boulder Colorado 80302
The Boedecker Theater Box Office / Cinema
Phone: 303.440.7826, x110
The Dairy Box Office has two separate locations:
- The Dairy Community Box Office
- The Boedecker Theater Box Office
Please be aware that movies occasionally are screened in the Performance Space, not The Boedecker Theater. Please call us for information if you are not sure where a movie is being screened, or how to purchase tickets.
THE DAIRY COMMUNITY BOX OFFICE
This is The Dairy’s main box office, located just inside the front entrance. Here, you can to purchase tickets to live performance events or movies, by phone or in person, 12 noon – 5:30 pm, Monday – Friday, and one hour prior to show time. This also is the location of The Dairy’s Administrative Offices, which are open 9 am – 5 pm weekdays.
THE BOEDECKER THEATER BOX OFFICE for cinema events in The Boe
The Boedecker Theater box office is located just inside the south entrance of The Dairy. Purchase cinema or live performance tickets online , or at The Boedecker Theater, one-half hour before the first screening of the day. Call us for help if you are unsure how to purchase tickets to an event.
TICKETS IN PERSON Visit us at The Dairy Community Box Office, Monday – Friday, 12 noon – 5:30 pm, or one hour prior to show time. Cash and checks are accepted at the box office, in addition to Visa, MC, AmEx or Discover cards. No service fees for in-person orders.
TICKETS ONLINE Online ticket sales to events taking place in our live performance theaters go off sale TWO hours prior to show time. This does not mean the show is sold out! We accept Visa, MC, AmEx, Discover for online purchases to live performance events. Service fees apply.
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TICKETS BY PHONE Call The Dairy Box Office at 303.444.7328, 12 noon – 5:30 pm, Monday – Friday. Service fees apply.
TICKET DELIVERY When purchasing tickets online or over the phone they will be sent to Will Call unless you have requested that they be sent to you via email. If you do not receive your tickets or wish to change delivery method please call 303-444-7328 between 12:00 and 5:30 MST Monday to Friday. We do not ship physical tickets.
SERVICE FEES Service fees are collected on tickets purchased online, or by phone. Service fees are waived when tickets are purchased in person at the Box Office.
REFUNDS & EXCHANGES All ticket sales are final. Refunds are not permitted. Ticket exchanges are possible, pending availability. Call box office for assistance. The Dairy is entitled to retain all fees collected for services it performs, including handling and service fees. Exchanges may be possible before show curtain time. No exchanges can be processed after the performance/movie has begun. Call Box Office for more information.
SECURITY POLICY Your payment and personal information is always safe. Our Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software is the industry standard and among the best software available today for secure commerce transactions. It encrypts all of your personal information, including credit card number, name, and address, so that it cannot be read over the internet.
SPECIAL NEEDS SEATING When ordering tickets online, you can let us know in the “Comments” section of your ticket order if you will require special seating for a general admission show. However, it is best to call the Box Office in advance at 303-444-7328 to make sure we can accommodate your needs before you purchase tickets. For reserved seating shows, you can select the seats that best suit your individual needs. Please arrive 30 minutes before show time, and check in with box office or Dairy house management staff.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT PERFORMANCES Most shows in The Dairy’s live performance theaters are general admission seating, and doors open approximately 20 minutes prior to show time. Please arrive early. Latecomers are admitted at the discretion of the house manager and presenting company. Dress at The Dairy is typically more-formal-than-normal, but may more strict depending on the event. Cell phones MUST be turned off during performances. There can be NO texting or phone calls during a show. If cell phones are in use during a performance, you will be asked to leave the theater by the house manager. The Dairy concessions stand is open for all performances and serves refreshments, including light snacks, local beers and wine. All beverages are welcome in the theaters. Food is not permitted in live performance theaters. Both food and drink are always allowed in our Boedecker cinema.
AUDIO ENHANCEMENT Personal listening devices are available free of charge to audience members attending all performances at The Dairy. These listening devices are compatible with hearing aids, and safe to use. Personal wireless receivers and ear buds are available at Dairy Community Box Office prior to each performance. The box office will hold your driver’s license or credit card, returning it to you when the listening device is turned in to The Dairy House Manager on duty at the end of the performance.
Thanks to the generous support of The Boedecker Foundation, The Dairy Center for the Arts now includes a state-of-the-art cinema. The Boedecker Theater, a 60-seat art-house cinema outfitted with plush stadium seating, 5.1 Surround Sound and Hi-Def DLP projection, is a place where patrons can enjoy a glass of beer or wine while viewing first-run independent and international film, live opera and ballet broadcasts via satellite, and other high-quality cultural programming. Education is a key component of the facility, with frequent talk-back discussions scheduled after films. The theater can also accommodate live performances and programs.
The Dairy Center for the Arts has been awarded the Nova Arts Award 2006 for the Community Box Office from The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County. NOVA Arts Award honors entrepreneurial spirit and innovation in the non-profit sector