Dedicated in 1971, the Pittsburgh Symphony Heinz Hall is the corner stone of the Pittsburgh Cultural District. The building first opened in 1927 as Loew’s Penn Theater, which presented both films and live shows.
This cultural-entertainment focal point of the Golden Triangle has helped spur the continuing economic and cultural revitalization of downtown Pittsburgh. With its international reputation for grandeur and excellence as a concert hall and showplace, the 2,661-seat Heinz Hall is home of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Heinz Hall is centrally located near Gateway Center, PPG Place, CNG Tower, Fifth Avenue Place and Liberty Center. The Cultural District offers many restaurants, hotels and parking facilities within easy walking distance to Heinz Hall.
The box office is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (phone orders end at 6:00 p.m.) and Saturday, Noon to 4:00 p.m.
It is open on Sunday if there is a performance.
A parking garage is located across Sixth Street with access on Penn Avenue.
Pre-paid, discounted parking is available to Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) subscribers subject to availability.
For general information, call (412) 323-4455. For PSO subscriber parking, call (412) 392-4900.