New Features on the Center's Web Site Give Patrons Their Very Own Box Office
Right at Their Home Computer
SCFTA.org now allows patrons to personally select seat locations and print
Segerstrom Center for the Arts has added two new
user-friendly features to its Web site that give patrons new options in purchasing
tickets to all performances at the Center. The new functionality allows the
patron to personally select their own seating location using a seating chart
for the desired performance. Patrons also now have the option to print tickets
from their computer, in addition to the traditional options of mail and will
call. These new features are now available for all single ticket purchases
Select Your Own Seat Functionality
Once patrons have chosen their performance, they will be presented with an
overview of the venue, including the event's price ranges and general seating
availability by level. When they select a desired level or section, patrons
will see a detailed chart that enables them to choose specific seating locations
from available inventory. Patrons also have the option to launch video views
of the stage from their seating area before deciding on a final location.
The Select Your Own Seat option is available for all single ticket purchases
for performances in Segerstrom Hall, the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert
Hall and Samueli Theater.
Print at Home Feature
Patrons can continue to take matters into their own hands once they've purchased
tickets by printing their tickets from their home computer. This convenience
of printing tickets at home eliminates the need for worrying about tickets
lost in the mail or standing in the will call line at the box office.
These two new features complement the many existing functions available at
SCFTA.org, including a virtual tour of the entire campus and the Seat Buddy,
which provides video views of the stage from seat locations in all of the main
venues. The Center's online presence also extends to several related sites
at Blogger, YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and Flickr, all of which are
easily accessed from the SCFTA.org home page.