Chandler Center for the Arts Seats


We are reaching out to our patrons and community members by asking them to Adopt-A-Seat at the Chandler Center for the Arts. We hope you will join us in this special opportunity to show your support for the Arts in Chandler.

Commemorate family members, friends, favorite teachers, special occasions, school, hometown or state! Or give it as a unique and special gift.

Net proceeds from the Adopt A Seat Campaign replenish the Center’s renovation fund and support future facility improvements.

It’s Easy To “Adopt-A-Seat!”

Your $250 gift is greatly appreciated.

  1. Your $250 gift can be paid all at once or paid in 5 easy installments.
  2. Call us or drop by the Center Box Office. You can adopt any seat in the house (as long as it hasn’t been previously adopted.)
  3. Complete the electronic form here.
  4. For more information about the “Adopt-A-Seat” Campaign, please call 480.782.2674.

Frequently Asked Questions...

Q. What is the contribution to Adopt-a-Seat?
A. $250

Q. What do I get for my $250 contribution?
A. You will get a metal plate permanently attached (approximately 3½" X ¾") to the seat(s) of your choice and a tax donation “Adoption Certificate” inscribed with the name and location of your seat.

Q. Can I pick the location of my seat?
A. Yes. On a first come, first served basis, you can pick any seat in the house (as long as it hasn’t been previously adopted.)

Q. How can I pay for my seat(s)?
We will happily accept cash, credit card or you may pay for part of the seat and we will bill you quarterly for the remainder.

Q. May I name a seat in honor of, memory of or a gift for someone else?
A. Yes, of course.

Q. When I attend an event will I be able to sit in my adopted seat?
A. Being recognized on a seat is a naming gift opportunity only and does not in any way guarantee that the seat will be available for you to sit in during performances.

Q. Is my seat contribution tax-deductible?
A. Yes, all contributions to Chandler Center for the Arts““Adopt-A-Seat” Campaign are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.