Ticket Office

 

Guests with Disabilities

 

The DECC is fully accessible and strives to accommodate the individual needs of guests with disabilities. Ramps are provided at all entries and elevators are located throughout the building. The elevator in the corner of the DECC Ticket Lobby is located next to Guest Services and accesses both the Arena and lower Symphony Hall.

 

Courtesy Wheelchairs: A limited number of wheelchairs are available for transporting guests from the doors/gates to their seating location. Guests may arrange for wheelchair assistance by contacting a guest services staff member. Guests are asked to supply their own wheelchair if they need one for the duration of the event.

 

Parking: The DECC provides ample standard vehicle and van-accessible parking on the surface level on the parking lot and on Levels 1, 2 & 3 in the parking ramp.

 

Accessible Entrances: All entrances to the building are wheelchair accessible with automatic power assisted doors.

 

Accessible Restrooms: All public restrooms are wheelchair accessible. Lateral transfer bathrooms are available.


Every effort has been made to comply with both ADA and the State of Minnesota's accessibility guidelines to accommodate guests with disabilities.  If additional assistance is needed while attending an event at the DECC, please contact your nearest usher, event staff member or the Guest Services Office located in the DECC Ticket Lobby.

 

Wheelchair Section Eligibility: These limited seats are reserved for guests who require the use of a wheelchair and are thereby physically unable to use a standard seat. Guests with limited mobility but do not use a wheelchair do not qualify for this section as the Ticket Office has a variety of seating options that will accommodate guests with limited mobility.


Our companion policy allows guests with special needs to purchase up to three companion tickets along with their ticket in our designated accessible seating area. If a guest requests more than the four tickets, we will locate any additional tickets as close as possible to their location.


Tickets for accessible seating may be purchased at the DECC Ticket Office and all Ticketmaster locations.

 

Assistive Listening Devices & Audio Induction Loop:  The DECC provides guests with Assistive Listening Devices (ALD) in the Symphony Hall (SH), which are used to improve the hearing ability for people in a variety of situations. A common use is to aid guests who are hard of hearing (HOH) by amplifying a sound source (speaker, musical performance, actor, etc.).

 

The DECC also has an Audio Induction Loop (AIL) System in Symphony Hall. AIL is an additional aid for the (HOH). This system is a loop of cable around a designated area, which generates a magnetic field picked up by a small device in a hearing aid or cochlear implant. The “pickup coil” in a hearing aid/ implant is referred to as a Telecoil or T-Coil.

 

This electromagnetic field is detected by the T-coil, allowing the audio source to be directly connected to the hearing aid/implant. Its intension is to filter out background noise and transmit a clearer sound for the wearer. The magnetic signal can also be picked up by a portable receiver and headset for those that do not have the “T” switch.

 

Assisted listening devices for Symphony Hall are located in the Guest Services Office in the DECC Ticket Lobby or at the Guest Services Office in the AMSOIL Arena. To ensure that the devices are promptly returned, a major credit card or a driver’s license is required to use the devices. 

 

American Sign Language (ASL): Interpreter requests must be received at least three weeks prior to the event by calling Debbie Aleff, DECC Director of Ticketing at 218-623-1210. Requests less than three weeks prior to an event will be subject to the availability of an interpreter. Seating areas will be determined by event and are at the discretion of management.


Ticketmaster TTY Phone Number: 800-943-4327

 

Audio Description Devices: Using a single earpiece connected to an infrared headset, patrons who are blind or have low vision can listen to trained audio describers give live, verbal descriptions of actions, costumes, scenery, and other visual elements of a performance. Requests to audio describe non-designated events must be received at least three weeks prior to the event by calling Debbie Aleff, DECC Director of Ticketing at 218-623-1210. These requests are subject to the availability of a describer and are provided at the discretion of the management.


Service Animals: Service animals are welcome at the DECC. 

DECC TICKET OFFICE
350 Harbor Drive

Duluth, MN 55802

Phone: 800-628-8385 or 218-727-4344

Fax: 722-4247

 

Ticket Office Hours

 

OPEN

Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm

Also open during events.

 

CLOSED
Saturday & Sunday

 


 

The DECC Ticket Office is located in the DECC Arena/Symphony Hall Lobby. From the main parking lot, enter at Door C. Ten minute ticket purchase parking is located behind the DECC along Harbor Drive.  Directions and Parking information can be found here.

 

Facility charge for DECC events is $1.00-$2.00 per ticket depending on event.

 

Mastercard/VISA/Discover/AMEX accepted.


The DECC Ticket Office does not accept phone orders. Call Ticketmaster to charge by phone at 800-745-3000.


Will Call orders from Ticketmaster may be picked up after 3:30pm on the day of the show. For certain events it will be 2 hours before event time. Call the Ticket Office for details on your event.


How to Buy Tickets


Online, charge by phone or at the DECC Ticket Office.  For more information please call one of our ticket agents at the DECC Ticket Office.


Tickets may be purchased online 24 hours a day, seven days a week at www.ticketmaster.com. 

 

Tickets may be purchased by phone at 800-745-3000.
Ticketmaster's TTY phone number is 800-943-4327

 

All sales are final. Everyone 12 months and older requires a ticket.

 

General Event Guidelines


For the safety of all our patrons the following items are prohibited at the DECC.


No glass bottles, cans, hard plastic containers or other potential projectiles are allowed at any time, unless given out by the venue. No outside food or beverages are allowed to be brought in past the inner doors.


NO CAMERAS (professional, digital or otherwise), video cameras, audio recording equipment, laser pointers, flash lights, etc, unless specified by the promoter of the event.


No weapons or fireworks of any description are to be allowed at any time. No inflatables (beach balls, hammers and seats), flags, signs or banners.


All large bags, backpacks, large jackets maybe searched upon entering the building for certain events.


Chains, spiked jewelry or studded belts are prohibited.


The use of cell phones is prohibited during certain shows and during the ordering process of tickets.


The DECC is a smoke free building. Smoking is not allowed anywhere inside the DECC and within 20 feet from any entrance.


Please check with Guest Services if you have any questions. They are located in the corner of the DECC Ticket Lobby next to the doors of Symphony Hall and elevator.