GP Theater

Grants Pass High School boasts one of the best concert facilities in southern Oregon. In the heart of Grants Pass, the campus extends over nearly 50 acres. The Performing Arts Center was built in 1999 when the entire campus was reconstructed. The 750-seat hall includes premium box seats, and exceptional sound quality throughout.

Please note: if you would like to contact the Performing Arts Center to purchase tickets for their theater shows, please call them at 541-474-5700.  The GPPAC does not sell RVS tickets and the RVS does not sell GP PAC tickets. Please call our box office (541) 708-6400 to purchase tickets to the symphony.

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Address:

313 NE Olive St
Grants Pass, OR 97526

Directions

From the South:
Take I 5 North to Exit 55/GRANTS PASS PKWY/REDWOOD HWY/US-199
Turn right at the first light on Agness
Stay on Agness which curves around to become “A” Street.
Grants Pass High School begins at NE A Street and 9th Street
Stay on NE A Street past the football field
Make the next right after the football field (no street sign)
The Theater is the large building at the end of the street.

From the North:
Take I 5 South to Exit 55/Grants Pass Pkwy/Redwood Hwy/US-199
Turn right at the exit onto US-199
Turn right at the first light on Agness
Stay on Agness which curves around to become “A” Street.
Grants Pass High School begins at NE A Street and 9th Street
Stay on NE A Street past the football field
Make the next right after the football field (no street sign)
The Theater is the large building at the end of the street

From the coast:
Follow US-199 N to Grants Pass
Take the exit for OR-99 N/City Center
Merge onto OR -99 N/SE 7th St
Follow SE 7th St for about 1 mile
Turn right on NE A St, then left on SE 8th St
The Theater is the large building on the right, just after the intersection of 8th and Olive.

Parking

There is a parking lot on that corner and a parking lot behind the theater building. There is also parking on the street surrounding the high school. PARKING IS FREE in both lots for Rogue Valley Symphony concerts.

The front entrance to the Theater is facing the quad area in the middle of the school.

Public Transit

From the east & south, connect to the Rogue Valley Commute Line #100 at the Rogue Valley Commute Line stop in Medford and take it to the Anne Basker Auditorium stop in Grants Pass, then walk about a 1/2mi to the Grants Pass Performing Arts Center. The ride costs $2 and takes about 20 minutes.

From the north (Merlin as an example), connect to the Josephine Community Transit bus #80 at the Merlin Post Office to the Anne Basker Auditorium stop in Grants Pass, then walk about 1/2mi to Grants Pass Performing Arts Center. The ride costs $2 and takes about 15min.