Presented by The CFCArts Community Choir, Symphony Orchestra, & Dance Company
This spring, embark on a journey through your imagination and beyond as the Central Florida Community Choir, Symphony Orchestra, and Dance Company present Spectacle! Combining show-stopping production numbers from stage and screen, selections from classical music’s greatest composers, and timeless songs from the past 100 years, this immersive, visually striking extravaganza will be unlike anything you’ve seen from CFCArts before. Join the nation’s largest community choir, members of Central Florida’s largest symphony orchestra, as well as the talented CFCArts Dance Company as they dream big through music’s greatest hits!
Please note: Beginning 2019, Northland has implemented new security measures. These measures include walkthrough metal detection and bag checks. Please arrive early to give yourself ample time and consider leaving personal belongings at home.
All seats are assigned, so you’re encouraged to reserve your seats in advance! Tickets are $10 each for Advance Standard Reserved seating ($15 At-Door), $15 Prime Seating, $25 Priority Seating, and $50 for Premium Seating (Priority Seating, plus a CFCArts Cookbook). For groups of 10 or more, reach out to CFCArts Box Office at (407) 937-1800 ext. 710 for our Group Sales services and group discounts on select tickets.
Tickets will NOT be available for walk-up purchase at Northland at any time prior to the night of the show. Tickets may be purchased online or by calling the CFCArts Box Office at 407-937-1800 x 710.
Balcony seating is not wheelchair accessible. For accessible seating, please call the CFCArts Box Office.
This performance features ASL interpreters. For information and availability for on the best seats to view the ASL interpreters, call or email the CFCArts Box Office.
Children ages 3 and under will be admitted for free. For those parents wishing for their 3 and under child to have his/her own seat, a free ticket will be available for reservation. Doors will open at approximately 7 p.m.