Know Before You Go
What to expect at a Ensemble Iberica concert – 1900 Building
Answer questions your attendees may have about the event, like parking, accessibility, and attire.
What is the parking like at the 1900 Building?
Concert attendees at the 1900 Building enjoy complimentary parking, including ADA accessible and covered spaces in the nearby surface parking lot.
Do tickets have to be purchased in advance, or may I purchase them at the door?
Tickets may be purchased at the door based on availability. Given the frequent sell-out of our concerts, we highly recommend securing your tickets in advance. All tickets are general admission. There are no reserved seats and no refunds.
Is the concert ADA-accessible?
Convenient ADA-accessible parking, a main entrance drop-off, elevators, and ADA-compliant restrooms are available. The concert hall accommodates wheelchairs, and we strive to ensure the comfort of all guests. If you have specific needs or requests, please don’t hesitate to let us know.
Are alcoholic beverages or food available during the concert?
Refreshments, including wine, beer, and sodas, can be purchased in the lobby before the performance and during the intermission. No outside food or liquor may be brought in. For those looking to dine, the on-site restaurant is available, and it is strongly recommended to make dinner reservations.
Is there a dress code for the 1900 Building?
There is no specific dress code for concert attendees; feel free to wear what suits your preference. Typically, business casual or even more formal attire, akin to a special night out, is commonly chosen by attendees.
AGENDA/ Evening’s Activities
The concert begins promptly at 7:00 pm with no opening act, featuring one intermission. Refreshments, including wine, beer, and sodas, can be purchased in the lobby. For those looking to dine, the on-site restaurant is available, and it is strongly recommended to make dinner reservations.