Tickets Available Online (24 hours a day)
Visit our ticketing site, or click on the EVENTS menu item, to see all upcoming events.
Tickets Available By Phone
Feel free to phone us anytime during box office hours to purchase a ticket. If no one is in office, please leave a message and one of our staff will return your call.
Phone number: (867) 766-6101
Tickets Available At Box Office (times subject to change)
Box Office is open from Tuesday to Friday, 12:30PM to 4:30PM.
The Box Office will also open one hour prior to the start of each show.
NACC is located in downtown Yellowknife, only a few blocks from the main street of Franklin Avenue toward Great Slave Lake. The theatre entrance is located at the back of Sir John Franklin High School, 4701 52nd Ave near the intersection of 48th Street – see location map
Prior to NACC Presentations, the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre showcases performers in the lobby. This showcase begins an hour prior to the start of show. During this time, patrons are invited to view the performance, look at our Northwestel Artist of the Month display, and enjoy beverages & snacks from our concession with friends. We encourage patrons take full advantage of the pre-show experience.
NACC Candle Ice Café
The NACC Candle Ice Café is our theatre’s concession. Our concession serves wine, beer, coolers, NWT Brewing Company Kicksled Ale on tap, pop, and coffee. In addition, NACC sells chips and chocolate bars.
The Candle Ice Café closes 15 minutes prior to the start of the performance, so please arrive early to take advantage of the fantastic products!
Gift Certificates can be purchased online, over the phone, or at the box office. These are redeemable for all shows sold through NACC.
Youth & Senior Discounts
For NACC Presentations, patrons 18 years of age and younger qualify for the youth discount. Patrons 65 years of age and older qualify for the seniors discount.
The Northern Arts and Cultural Centre will not issue refunds for any tickets for any reason. All sales are final.
Age Requirement / Young Children at Performances
For all NACC Presentations, every guest requires a ticket, regardless of age.
As a courtesy to our patrons, children under the age of 3 are not encouraged at most NACC performances. Some shows will make further age appropriate recommendations, which are listed on the NACC ticketing website. Parental discretion is always advised, and judgement of the content for each show should be made on an individual basis prior to purchase.
For questions regarding show content, please contact our box office.
The Northern Arts and Cultural Centre has four wheelchair designated spaces in our theatre. Should a patron prefer to sit in a chair, we have three designated seats with adjustable arms, allowing for patrons with mobility issues to easily seat themselves (seats A1, B5, B6). Should you wish to book a wheelchair designated space, please contact our box office, as they are placed on hold to ensure patrons who need them are able to access them.
Seating for persons with size concerns are also available. Please contact our staff for assistance.
Assisted Listening Devices
For patrons with difficulty hearing, we have Phonix Ear Headphones and other devices on hand that assist in facilitating a more enjoyable experience of the performance. Please ask for this service at the box office window on the night of the performance.
Please ensure that you turn off your cell phone, or any other electronic devices prior to entering the theatre.
The use of cameras or any sort of recording device is prohibited.
Latecomers will be seated according to usher’s discretion to minimize disruption to other patrons, so please arrive early to ensure you can enjoy the entirety of the performance. Should you exit the auditorium during the performance, you will be reseated according to usher’s discretion to minimize disruption to other patrons.
Please be considerate of those around you, and understand that they are also here to enjoy the performance.
Behaviour that may cause disruption include, but are not limited to:
- Singing along to the music with the performers
- Having a conversation during the performance
- Wearing large amounts of cologne or perfume
- Bringing an infant or child who is too young to appreciate the production.
- Texting on your cell phone
NACC reserves the right to ask patrons to leave a performance if they are deemed a disruption.