April 5, 2019

Discount Tickets To ‘School Of Rock’ In Omaha

My favorite thing about the Omaha Performing Arts Broadway Series (OK, one of my favorite things), is that there’s one show each season picked to be a part of Kids’ Night On Broadway. The 2018-2019 Season show is “School of Rock,” which will be at the Orpheum Theater in Omaha April 23-28, 2019. What’s special about Kids’ Night On Broadway is that you can get BOGO tickets to the show that select night. So, buying one ticket for you, the adult, to “School of Rock” Kids’ Night On Broadway (which is April 24), you get one FREE ticket for your kid!

(Be sure to read to the end of this post – I have a ticket giveaway for readers!)

Omaha Performing Arts presents the Broadway touring production of “School Of Rock” April 23-28, 2019 at the Orpheum Theater. Kids’ Night On Broadway is Wednesday, April 24. Photos courtesy Matthew Murphy

Disclosure: The tickets for the giveaway are provided by Omaha Performing Arts. I was provided complimentary tickets for this post. All thoughts, opinions and typos are my own.

Kids’ Night On Broadway In Omaha

Kids’ Night On Broadway is a tradition across the country that celebrates Broadway musicals and makes it easy for you to bring a kid aged 18 or younger to a show.

What’s extras special about Kids’ Night On Broadway is that before the show, there will be kid-friendly activities and photo opportunities at the Orpheum Theater. Doors open early — at 6 p.m. — exclusively for kids and their guardians to enjoy the pre-show lobby activities. Additionally, the first 150 kids to the theater will receive a swag bag of goodies!

Photo courtesy Matthew Murphy

The performance of “School Of Rock” begins at 7:30 p.m. on April 24. If you aren’t familiar with Broadway musicals, they tend to be lengthy (maybe 2 hours or longer), so keep that in mind for kids.

How to get the KNOB tickets: There is a limited number of buy one, get one free tickets for one adult and one child for the April 24 performance of “School of Rock” using the code SORKIDS at checkout at TicketOmaha.com. Don’t wait if you want to get this discount!

If you read nothing else about this special deal, read this paragraph: Kids’ Night On Broadway tickets are limited, so to take advantage if the BOGO offer, you should buy them soon. The promo code SORKIDS is valid for the buy one, get one tickets in all price levels for the April 24 performance while supplies last.

About ‘School Of Rock’

Based on the hit film, “School Of Rock” follows Dewey Finn, a wannabe rock star who turns a class of straight-A students into grade-A rockers. The movie was funny, so you can bet the Broadway musical of it is, too (plus it has the added feature of including musical theater’s first-ever kids rock band). Plus, it has new songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber, in addition to the original songs from the movie.

As Vanity Fair puts it: “Fists of all ages shall be pumping!”

How to get tickets to ‘School Of Rock’ in Omaha

“School Of Rock” is performed at the Orpheum Theater, 4109 S. 16th St., in Omaha April 23-28, 2019. Performances are Tuesday through Friday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m., and Sunday at 1 and 6:30 p.m. The Kids’ Night On Broadway performance is on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., with pre-show activities in the lobbies starting at 6 p.m.

Rob Colletti and Phoenix Schuman in the “School of Rock” Tour. Photo courtesy Matthew Murphy

Tickets are available through Ticket Omaha, the official ticket seller for shows at the Orpheum Theater. Tickets range from $32-$92. The buy one, get one Kids’ Night On Broadway ticket offer is only available for the Wednesday night performance, and you must use the ticket promo code SORKIDS when purchasing your tickets. This is good for the purchase of one adult ticket and one ticket for a child age 18 or younger. The promo code works for any price level, and there are limited tickets available.

Ticket tip: If you want to avoid ticket fees, buy your tickets at Ticket Omaha in person. The Ticket Omaha box office is located inside the Holland Performing Arts Center at 1200 Douglas St.

What's Kids' Night On Broadway? Learn about this program and how families in Omaha can save money on one Broadway touring show a year - and enjoy kids' activities in the lobby. The 2019 Kids' Night On Broadway show is "School of Rock"!

Giveaway!

I’ve teamed up with Omaha Performing Arts to give one lucky reader FOUR tickets to see “School Of Rock”! Tickets are for the Wednesday performance of the Broadway musical, which starts at 7:30 p.m.

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If unusable to see the giveaway form, the giveaway is also found here.

No ticket purchase is necessary. Must be 18 or older to enter. The deadline to enter is April 18 at 11:59 p.m. CST; a winner will be contact on April 19 via email and will have 48 hours to respond before another entry is drawn. Tickets valid only for the April 24 performance and may not be exchanged for another show date. Ticket package valued at $300.

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Comments

  1. Kari Johnson says

    This show looks like so much fun to see with my kids! We loved the movie!

  2. Jennifer says

    I think my boys would love to see this show!

  3. Lisa Meehan says

    My boys are would really love to see this show. One of our favorite movies!

  4. Michelle Murray says

    My kids would love to see this show. We enjoy watching the love.

  5. Kassandra says

    Great write-up!

  6. Kassandra says

    This show looks so fun! My nieces would love it!!!

  7. My first show broadway show was Cats in Des Moines with my mom.

  8. Love the movie and I’m sure the show would be a million times better! (As most books and broadway shows are )

  9. Corinna Barrett says

    This looks like it would be such a fun show with the kiddos!

  10. Alissa Ann Apel says

    My first live show would have to be Matchbox Girl at what’s now The Rose Theater. Then it was Emmy Gifford Theater.

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