The Nightmare Before Christmas


The Nightmare Before Christmas

Dec 13, 2018 Broward

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The Nightmare Before Christmas

Experience Tim Burton’s classic performed live by the SFSO. Meet Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, who wanders into neighboring Christmas Town and struggles to incorporate these new traditions into his gloomy lifestyle.

Presentation licensed by Disney Concerts © All rights Reserved.

Tickets from $35 to $155
Show runs for 1 hour and 30 minutes, with one intermission

Dates and Locations

Thursday December 13 2018 at 8:00PM
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
Au Rene Theater

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get my tickets?

You can get any ticket on our website. Please click here.

Are there any dress code requirements?

We do not require a specific dress code for our events, anything that makes you feel comfortable is fine. Most people in our audience attend our shows business casual.

Can I take photos during this event?

We try to make our shows enjoyable for the audience and the performers, so if you are planning on taking a picture, please no flash!

How much time in advance should I arrive?

We recommend our public to arrive 15 minutes early, chat with the rest of the audience and get a drink before the show starts. It’s a great way to ease into the magic!
If you need to collect your ticket, a 30-minute window is recommended.
Please don’t be late. If you are, we’ll try to seat you as soon as possible. Take into consideration that some acts have lockout periods.

Will I be able to park at the venue or nearby?

Adrienne Arsht Center- Miami:  Valet Parking: $25. Contact: 305.949.6722.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts – Broward: Valet Parking: $25. Additional parking available at The Arts and Science Parking Garage 101 SW 5th Ave and adjacent to the Broward Center; or the Broward County Governmental Center Garage 51 Southwest 2nd Street.
Tennessee Williams Theatre – Key West: Free parking lot at the Florida Keys Community College. Contact: 305.296.1520.

How long will the concert last?

It varies, but most orchestra concerts are about 90 minutes to two hours long, with an intermission at the halfway point.