Student Rush and eyeGO

Student Rush

Student Rush tickets are discounted tickets that are available on the day of the performance for any remaining seats.

Available for secondary and post secondary school students who hold valid Student ID card. Please note that tickets will only be issued to the card holder.

To find out if Student Rush are available for the event you’re interested in, check the details of the event listing as not every event participates in this program. Student Rush tickets must be picked up in person at the Box Office on the day of the show, however, can be pre-purchased over the phone on the day of the performance and held at the box office.
 

eyeGO and the Arts

eyeGO is a program that is designed to encourage secondary school students to attend performances in the arts, such as theatre, music, dance, film etc. Upon presentation of suitable ID, they can purchase tickets for $5*.

IMPORTANT! The student must visit the box office in person or must be previously registered to buy an eyeGO ticket. Be sure to bring your student card with you.

All Front and Centre events, and many other performing arts events, at Centrepointe Theatre offer eyeGO discounts. To confirm which presenters are participating, check the event details.

Getting your ticket is easy:

• Check out Centrepointe Theatres event listings or www.eyego.org

• Pick a show that supports eyeGO

• Grab your student card and $5*

• Go to the box office and ask for an eyeGO ticket (note: If you have pre registered, you can purchase online or on the phone.)

 

*if purchasing in person. Services charges apply when purchasing online or on the phone

 

Need more info about eyeGO to the Arts? Check out their web site at www.eyego.org, e-mail questions to info@eyego.org or see if your question is answered below.
 
 

eyeGO FAQ’s for Students and Parents


How can I find out about eyeGO eligible show listings and times?

The easiest way is to go to the eyeGO web site at www.eyego.org, or if you have heard about a show that you would like to see check the event details.

If I buy an eyeGO ticket will I have bad seats?

eyeGO tickets are sold on a best available basis. If you buy your tickets early enough you could have the best seats in the house!

How can I buy tickets?

Visit the box office in person to buy an eyeGO ticket. Be sure to bring your student card with you. If you pre-register, you may purchase your ticket online or on the phone.

How do I pre-register?

Send a fax copy of your student ID, including a photo and grade to 613-580-2705. Please be sure to include a cover letter with your contact information and email address. Your registration will be processed and account information will be sent to you via email within 2 business days.

What if I don’t have a student card?

No problem! Just ask a teacher at your school to send eyeGO to the Arts a letter on school letterhead stating that you are enrolled for the current school year. eyeGO to the Arts will then send you a card that you can show in place of a student card. You must also have a secondary form of ID.

Do I have to get dressed up to go to an eyeGO to the Arts performance?

Clothes that are appropriate at school are also acceptable for a performance.

Will I be guaranteed an eyeGO ticket if I ask for one?

There are only a certain number of seats made available for eyeGO tickets for each show. The box office is not obligated to hold those tickets for eyeGO students, so if the show is selling well then all seats may be sold. Bottom line – if you want an eyeGO ticket, act fast before the show sells out!

How many tickets can I buy?

You are permitted to buy one ticket for yourself, for as many eyeGO performances as you want. You may also purchase additional tickets at the regular price for others.

As a parent, if I have a child who is not yet in high school, can I purchase an eyeGO ticket for them?

No. This program is designed to encourage secondary school students to choose to see performances as a form of recreation. It is based on the student making an independent decision to see performances. As younger children require a parent to make decisions for them, it is therefore not appropriate. In addition, the student must present ID to purchase the ticket. The parent cannot do this on their behalf.