The Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium is located in Calgary, one of the province's leading cities. Founded in 1955, the Auditorium was originally commissioned to commemorate Alberta's 50th anniversary as a province. That spirit of celebration and growth continues up to the present time. Today, the space is home to the Calgary Opera and Alberta Ballet. Popular musicals like Rent come to the auditorium as they tour Canada. Comedian Russell Brand and science lecturer Professor Brian Cox have also graced the auditorium stage. It's designated as Southern to differentiate this venue from its Northern companion auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta. Make StubHub your go-to source for tickets to all of the best Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium events.
How big is the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium?
The complex has 4 million cubic feet of space. It's not just a performance venue; it's also a center for the community. In addition to the theatre, there are meeting and event spaces in the complex.
What is the auditorium's seating capacity?
The main theatre can seat up to 2,538 guests. There are three levels of Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium seating. The theatre is well-known for its great acoustics.
Is the auditorium accessible by public transit?
Yes, Calgary Transit offers service that takes people right to the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium. If the venue is north of you, take the Tuscany Line to Jubilee Station. If heading south, take Somerset/Bridlewood to the same stop.
Is there parking nearby?
Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium parking is available at two lots within walking distance of the theatre itself, the North Lot and the ACAD Parkade. Parking costs around $7 but rates can change over time. You can pay for parking at stations via card or cash. Payment by app is another option.
What about accessibility?
This is a venue for all of the people of Alberta. With the exception of the second balcony, the whole complex is wheelchair-accessible. When making your purchase, please specify a wheelchair seat. Handicapped parking is available. Assistive Listening Devices and binoculars are also available upon request. Service dogs are always welcome at the Jubilee Auditorium, provided they are properly harnessed.
Can I bring children to the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium?
In general, yes. Many of the events held at the venue are suitable for youngsters. People of all ages are welcome at the auditorium. However, some comedy shows and concerts may have minimum age limits for ticketing. At some concerts, audio protection for small children may be required.Back to Top