Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center offers a variety of different ticket packages throughout the year. These packages allow our patrons the chance to buy tickets to multiple shows at discounted rates. Our Subscription Series packages are our biggest seller, and the best way to ensure you get the best seats for the best price!





Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center invites you to join us as we “DREAM BIGGER” during our upcoming 2017-2018 season.  This season encourages us to expand our perception of what’s possible, as we consider the state of the American Dream, contemplate a man’s impact on the world and enlist a flying nanny to help a family in need.  The 8 shows in this year’s Subscription Series will not only bring to life fascinating characters, they will all feature high-quality production values, affordable ticket prices and incredible talent.  Whether you choose a subscription package to see all 8 shows, 6 Mainstage Shows or pick 4 of your choice, your experiences at Lincoln Park are sure to be memorable ones.  Bigger dreams begin at Lincoln Park.


8 Show Premium Package - 



6 MainStage Marquee Package-



Pick 4 Ovation Package-

Pick any 4 shows on any day and receive a 10% discount.  Click the button below to choose the 4 shows you would like and purchase your package.






Big Dreams can happen at any age. See these dreams and larger than life characters come to life on stage with these two epic adventures. For a limited time only get discounted tickets to James and the Giant Peach, Jr. and Big Fish when you purchase this package. 


Based on Roald Dahl's classic novel of the same name, James and the Giant Peach Jr. is a musical with music and lyrics by Benji Pasek and Justin Paul, the team behind broadways hit Dear Evan Hansen. This show is full of heart and magic and beautifully tells the story of a young man navigating his way through adolescence. 


At its core, Big Fish deals with the stories parents tell their children. Edward Blooms' life is a glorious one. From giants, witches, and dancing elephants, the tales he tells his son are larger than life. Through lush scenery and choreography, the show deals with the very human idea of wanting to be remembered as something bigger than they were. Life is about learning what's worth being learned, and then coping with that. Big Fish is a charming and captivating story that does that.