Tickets to the Moore Theatre

About Moore Theatre

If you want to explore the historical building of the Moore Theatre, plan your visit for the second Saturday of the month. Free tours start at 10:00 AM and last up to two hours.

The Moore Theatre’s doors typically open one hour before the scheduled show time. The box office can be visited to purchase tickets during the 90 minutes before the performance. 

Also, the venue is open to the public on the second Saturday of every month, offering free tours.  

  • Explore the oldest operating theater in Seattle

The Moore Theatre was opened in 1907 and became a lavish social venue for Seattle’s Gilded Age elite. The Moore’s exterior looks stylistically neutral, but as soon as you enter the building, you will admire its impressive construction, luxurious materials, and extravagant decor. 

  • Attend a memorable event

The Moore Theatre has always been a cultural jewel, and there has been no shortage of memorable shows. Nowadays, it holds various events, from alternative and off-Broadway theatrical shows to live music performances of any genre.  

The Moore Theatre is located in downtown Seattle at the corner of Second Avenue and Virginia Street. The venue does not have its own parking lot, but it is easily accessible by public transportation. It is within walking distance from many major bus stops, such as 3rd Ave & Virginia St, served by numerous routes. You can also get there by light rail: take the 1 Line to Westlake Station, and you will reach the theater in a 7-minute walk.

FAQ about Moore Theatre

The Moore Theatre ticket prices vary depending on the show and the location of your seats. The cheapest options can cost as low as $34 per person, but the average price is about $125. 

Theater tours on Saturdays are free, but you need to register in advance.