The Casino Ballroom is located at 169 Ocean Blvd Hampton Beach, NH. We are just 45 minutes North of Boston, MA, 45 minutes south of Portland, ME, and 20 minutes east of Manchester, NH.
The Casino Ballroom has either seated or non seated shows. The style in which we set the room up for the show is determined by the artists preference. If the show is seated our capacity is 1,800 if the show is General Admission (no seats on the dance floor) our capacity is 2,200.
Cameras, video recorders, tape recorders or any type of recording device are prohibited inside the venue unless otherwise specified by the artist.
Yes. The Casino complex has a parking lot. It is located directly behind the Casino and can be accessed from D or F street. Parking costs very depending on time of year, the Ballroom does not run or set parking prices.
NO. Gambling is illegal in the state of New Hampshire. The word Casino comes from the 19th century definition of "gathering place".
Call our box office at 603-929-4100, we do have a lost and found, however it will take some time to go through it to find what you have lost. Please be patient and we will do our best to help out.
The Casino Ballroom is a seasonal facility and as a general policy is not available for rent.
Unless specifically stated on the event you are attending the doors for all shows at the Casino Ballroom will open at 6pm and the show will begin at 8pm. Please check the events page for your specific event.
All back stage pass or meet and greets are done through the bands representatives. The Casino Ballroom does not hold meet and greet's or grant "backstage" passes.
Tickets for Casino Ballroom events can be purchased three different ways:
Online at http://ticketmaster.com.
Over the phone: Casino Ballroom Box Office 603-929-4100.
Ticketmaster phone line 603-868-7300 (NH), 617-931-2000 (MA).
In person at the Casino Ballroom box office located at 169 Ocean Blvd Hampton Beach, NH (no service charge). Any ticketmaster outlet.
All shows at the Casino Ballroom are ages 18+ unless specified on the event that you are attending. You must have a federally issued I.D. to enter the Ballroom, this is a state law there are no exceptions. Parents may bring children under the age of 18 but they must remain with them at all times. Children under the age of 5 are not permitted.
That is solely up to the radio station, no the Casino Ballroom. Once we have a list from the station we do not make any changes to that list. You need to contact the station to see if they allow changes.
Just ignore it. These numbers help prevent counterfeiting and duplication and keep track of ticket inventory.
When you purchase tickets within two weeks of the show date your tickets will be held at the "Will Call" window instead of being mailed to you. The "Will Call" window is located on the Beach side of the venue. Simply present positive identification and the credit card used for payment and the tickets will be handed to you.
The Casino Ballroom box office hours vary during the course of the year. We suggest calling 603-929-4100 to make sure the box office is open before coming down. On most days the box office hours are M-F 10am to 3pm. The box office opens on weekends during the summer and has extended hours on show days.
Because the Casino Ballroom is selling many tickets at the same time from different locations you cannot choose what seats you will get for the show unless you come to the box office in person. Ticket orders over the phone or on line will pull the next best available seats in the level that you choose.
For our seated shows we have three tiers of seating. Gold seats include the tables located right up in front of the stage. Gold seats account for about 1/4 of the total seats available for a seated show. Reserved seats are the next section of seats after gold. The reserved section is a horseshoe shape seating section that goes around the gold section. Reserved seats also account for about 1/4 of the total seats available for a seated show. GA or General Admission seats account for about 1/2 of the total available seats in the room. They are fantastic seats, but they are not reserved and they are on a first come first serve basis. We recommend arriving early to get the best General Admission seats.