The Old National Centre, formerly the Murat Centre, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The building was constructed in three parts beginning in 1909 and was considered one of the nation's largest Masonic Shrines upon its completion: February 28, 1910. The completely restored Murat Theatre has played host to some of the biggest names in entertainment, including concerts and national touring events. The Old National Centre is conveniently located in Indianapolis' Arts & Theater District, "Mass Ave."
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Parking for Old National Centre shows is available throughout the Mass Ave area. We recommend parking in one of two Old National Centre surface lots located directly in front of the main marquee (entry via Alabama Street) and directly north of the building (entry via North Street).
Broadway in Indianapolis Season Patrons receive complimentary parking vouchers for all Old National Centre season shows. However, parking spaces are not reserved and according to availability.
Reserved, Premier Parking is available for purchase at the Old National Centre Box Office once your desired production is on sale to the general public. For on-sale date information please visit each show's information page by clicking here. For additional information about reserved, “Premier Parking” please click here.
Guests requiring stage dialogue amplified may pick up sound-enhancing receivers at the receptionist desk, located on the west end of the Grand Lobby.
Sign language interpreted performances are the first Sunday evening performance of each production, unless otherwise noted. For additional information or to purchase tickets, please call (317) 632-7469.