West Side Story Symphony Concert
Experience forbidden love, fierce family loyalties, and the ruthless feud between the Sharks and the Jets through the iconic music of West Side Story: Symphony Concert! Featuring the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra in RLT’s Louise “Scottie” Stephenson Amphitheatre.
Based on a Conception of Jerome Robbins
Book by Arthur Laurents. Music by Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.
- Saturday May 25, 8:00pm
Presented by PNC
Attending a performance in the Amphitheatre
You are welcome to bring your own dinner, however since the amphitheatre is part of a City of Raleigh park, please adhere to these rules:
- No open flames or candles (including citronella candles)
- No glass bottles allowed
- Only beer and wine purchased from our vendor may be brought into the amphitheatre.
- The theatre reserves the right to check coolers for outside alcohol
- Dogs are allowed but must be kept on leash and be well-behaved
Bringing blankets or chairs makes seating more comfortable. Lawnchairs or the folding chairs that come in a bag work well. There is grass between the concrete benches and chairs fit well in that space.
Indoor restroom facilities, which are wheelchair accessible, are available at the Main Stage lobby entrance. Port-a-potties, which are also wheelchair accessible, are located to the left of the stage near the ramp.
The RLT parking lot will only be open to vehicles with disability parking placards. The RLT staff parking lot is only for drop off of patrons with wheelchairs or mobility issues – no parking. You may park on the street where signposted.
Tickets available for sale now! Buy them online or from the box office at 919-821-3111. Group sales are also available from the box office.
- Saturday, 8:00pm
- Sunday, 3:00pm
Ticket prices (including taxes):
- Adults: $20
- Students/Seniors: $15
Seniors are age 62 and up. Students are through college.
All performances are wheelchair accessible. Drop off for patrons in wheelchairs is in the staff lot adjacent to the Rose Garden, which is accessible from the intersection of Pogue & Everett Streets.