FAQ

COVID – 19

While we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and our re-opening, the Weber Center is committed to and will be following the science based recommendations from the CDC, State of Wisconsin and the La Crosse County Coulee Collaborative.
To ensure the safety of our patrons, employees, volunteers, and visiting artists, the Weber Center has made significant improvements to our HVAC system, with the addition of a state of the art ionization air purification system manufactured by AtmosAir. We have also reduced seating capacities to aid in physical distancing. Our seating capacities will either increase or decrease depending on local, state, and CDC recommendations. Patrons over the age of 2 are required to wear face masks that properly cover both their mouth and nose, and physically distance between groups and parties as much as possible while on the premises. The mask requirement applies to those who may be fully vaccinated or unable to wear a mask. While we want to remain accessible to all, those who are unable to wear a face mask are not recommended to attend in person performances at this time.
As we continue to progress through the COVID- 19 pandemic, we will continue to assess our policies and procedures and our ability to ensure the safety of our patrons, employees, volunteers, and visiting artists.

Be sure to follow the Weber Center for the Performing Arts on our Facebook and Instagram accounts for
announcements. If you have any questions please contact info@webercenterarts.org

If you would like information on how the Weber Center for the Performing Arts is addressing safety regarding COVID-19, you can view our most recent Safety Guide HERE.

How do I rent a space in the Weber Center?

There are areas available for meetings, classes, performances, and much more. Call or email Dillon McArdle, Executive Director, at 608-784-9292 #5 or click for rental information.

Who are the partner organizations involved in the Weber Center for the Performing Arts?

The Weber Center is home to the collaborative efforts of La Crosse Community Theatre and Viterbo University.

Where is the Weber Center for the Performing Arts located?

Settled along the banks of the Mississippi River, the Weber Center can be found in La Crosse’s growing downtown arts district, near multiple restaurants, lodging and shopping venues.

Where is parking available for the Weber Center?

Parking is available in the public ramp anytime (entrance on Jay Street) or in the Logistics Health ramp after 6 p.m. or on weekends.  The public surface lot on the east side of Second Street is also available after 6 p.m. or on weekends or holidays.  Street parking is available, though limited. Parking can be a challenge downtown, so we encourage you to plan your arrival for a performance accordingly and allow extra time to reach the theatre.

What are the box office hours?

Monday – Friday: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

How do I purchase tickets?

In person, online, or by telephone box office.

  • Weber Center for the Performing Arts: 608-784-9292
  • Viterbo University Fine Arts Center: 608-796-3100 (For Viterbo sponsored events only)

How much do tickets cost?

The cost of a ticket will depend on the individual performance.

Is there a student discount available?

Ticket discounts are available to Viterbo University students, staff, and alumni for Viterbo productions only. Contact the Viterbo Box Office at 608-796-3100 or boxoffice@viterbo.edu for more information.

How can I be added to the mailing list or request a brochure?

Weber Center for the Performing Arts

Contact the Box Office at 608-784-9292 or info@webercenterarts.org to request to be added to the mailing or email list or to request a brochure.

Viterbo University Fine Arts Center

Contact the Box Office at 608-796-3100 or boxoffice@viterbo.edu to request to be added to the mailing or email list or to request a brochure.

Are cameras allowed in the theatres?

No, cameras are not  allowed in the theatres. Audio or video recording is strictly prohibited.