The LSU College of Music & Dramatic Arts is your premier source for performing arts on the LSU campus. We host over 300 events each year, many of which are free for students and the public to attend. From the dynamic rhythms of the School of Music, to the emotive expressions of the School of Theatre, we have something for everyone.
The CMDA Box Office sells tickets to Turner-Fischer Center for Opera, Swine Palace, and LSU School of Theatre events at these venues:
- Claude L. Shaver Theatre
- Reilly Theatre
- Studio Theatre
- School of Music Recital Hall
Tickets can be purchased online or over the phone at: (225) 578-3527.
Student Comp Tickets
Actively enrolled LSU students who meet any of the following criteria are entitled one (1) comp ticket to each paid performance of a School of Music ensemble or Turner-Fischer Center for Opera production.
- You are pursuing an undergraduate degree, graduate degree, or music minor, in the School of Music.
- You are not pursuing a music degree or minor, but you are member of an official LSU School of Music ensemble and enrolled in the requisite course/section for that ensemble. (e.g., MUS 4253)
- You are not pursuing a music degree or minor, but you are a member of the LSU Tiger Marching Band and are enrolled in MUS 4250 for the fall semester.
Comp ticket requests close 72 hours in advance of a particular performance. To submit a request, or learn more about the process, follow the links below.
Parking for Events
For weekday evening (after 4:30 p.m.) or weekend performances, you may park in any of the non-gated parking lots or on designated street spaces near our performance venues. Do not park by any red or yellow curbs, or in reserved spaces. For metered lots, please be sure to note your space number and pay immediately upon parking. Meter stations accept major credit and debit cards.
For updates on construction, road closures, and zone changes, please visit the LSU Parking & Transportation Services website.
Need help? Email the box office at: email@example.com
Digital Programs & Program Notes
Digital PDF programs are available for all LSU School of Music performances and student recitals. Please visit the links below to browse and download programs via Box cloud storage. For select events, additional program notes such as extended biographies, information about works performed, or thematic context, may be offered online.