Opening Night Gala
FULL GALA TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT.
AFTER-PARTY TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE NOW THROUGH TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 OR ON THE NIGHT OF THE OPERA. PLEASE CALL 215.893.5907 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Opera Philadelphia invites you into a world of Parisian opulence, gilded fêtes, and one of the greatest love stories of all time. Step into the glittering world of Violetta, Alfredo, and Flora to experience Parisian extravagance with fellow party-goers at this black-tie gala on the Opening Night of La traviata in celebration of the 2015-2016 Season.
The evening will begin with cocktails and dinner in a tented ballroom on Broad Street. Then, guests will enjoy a bold production of Verdi’s opera in which modernity and tradition collide via a golden-hued Baroque stage and a Mad Men-inspired fashion sensibility. Once the curtain comes down on the stage, the festivities will continue at an extraordinary after-party with dessert and dancing alongside the internationally recognized cast and creative team of La traviata.
Don’t miss this spectacular celebration on Broad Street that is party like no other! The La traviata Opening Night Gala includes:
- Cocktail Reception and Elegant Dinner
- Opening Night Performance of La traviata in the Academy of Music*
- Champagne Intermission Reception
- After-Party with dessert, dancing, and the cast of La traviata
- Black Tie Event, 1950's inspired attire encouraged
|Fri, Oct 2||5:00 p.m.|
This exciting black-tie evening begins at 5:00 p.m. For more information, please call Subscriber & Member Services at 215.732.8400.
Tickets and Sponsorship
SOLD OUT! Please call 215.893.5907 for waitlist information.
Tickets for $100 per person
- Party with the cast of La traviata immediately following the performance in a tented ballroom under the lights of Broad Street. Enjoy desserts, cocktails, and dancing.
- Onsale now until Tuesday, September 29 or on the night of the opera (limited availability)
- La traviata performance ticket not included
Call 215.893.5907 for more information.
Photos from the upcoming 1950's Man Men-inspired production of La traviata. Credit: Bucharest National Opera House
40th Anniversary Gala highlight video featuring tented ballroom on Broad Street.