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Can I buy Metropolitan Opera Tickets on the same day as the event? 

Although it may be possible to buy Metropolitan Opera Tickets on the same day, in all likelihood it is hard to do so and more likely to be sold out. Tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis and there is no guarantee that tickets will be available on the night of a performance. It is better to buy your tickets in advance where you will receive our 100% guarantee after your order has been processed. Tickets will be emailed shortly after your payment has been received. 

Where is the best place to buy Metropolitan Opera Tickets? 

You can find affordable Metropolitan Opera Tickets right here on Ticketfinders. Ticket prices vary by event and availability may be limited. Choose the event you want tickets for and use our safe and secure check system which guarantees tickets upon order completion.

How to Book Metropolitan Opera Tickets? 

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Metropolitan Opera Tickets

The Metropolitan Opera is the biggest opera house in the United States. Every year, it showcases more than two hundred and twenty operas. It is popularly referred to as The Met and is a resident company at the Lincoln Centre for the Performing Arts. This is one of the best venues to experience classical music if you’re visiting New York City. Metropolitan Opera tickets are available online for upcoming events and shoes. You don’t want to miss out on watching one of the best performances that the Big Apple has to offer!

Location

New York City, New York

Address

30 Lincoln Center Plaza

Type

Opera House 

Grand Opening

September 16, 1966

Seating Capacity

3,800

Architectural Style

Modernistic

 

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About Metropolitan Opera 

The New York Metropolitan Opera opened in 1966 on Broadway at Lincoln Square on the Upper West Side of Manhatten. It replaced the original Metropolitan Opera House which was built in 1883. The latest opera house has a seating capacity of approximately 3,800 and considered one of the largest opera houses in the world. 

Metropolitan Opera History

The Metropolitan Opera has a long history of attracting large audiences to see outstanding performances. On October 22, 1883, they had its grand opening and performed Gounod’s Faust. 

 

Unfortunately, the company struggled in its first year. Under the direction of Henry E. Abbey, the company had a $600,000 deficit which resulted in management being passed on to its conductor, Leopold Damrosch. After a few years, the company started to improve. In 1892, a new program was created which balanced German, French, and Italian classical operas. This attracted numerous world-class artists from around the world creating the Met’s “Golden Age” (1898 to 1903). 

 

The Metropolitan Opera was privileged to host the first arranged performances of Richard Wagner’s Parsifal. This piece was never played outside of Bayreuth, Germany since that time.
Today, the Metropolitan Opera is the largest classical music organization in North America. More than 27 different operas perform each year between September to May. The operas are scheduled in a rotating repertoire with up to seven performances of four works each week. Both classical staged productions and modern conceptual designs are featured at the Metropolitan Opera.  

In 2008, nearly 1,000,000 Metropolitan Opera tickets were sold, bringing in a gross of $13.3 million from North Americans and $5 million from international attendees.