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City Ballet of San Diego

Rhapsody in Blue

Fri, Mar 25 & Sat, Mar 26 @ 8:00P

Fri, Mar 25 & Sat, Mar 26 @ 8:00P

Balboa Theatre
Masks are required for all guests regardless of vaccination status.
Proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test result required
Tickets start at $32 (includes a $2.00 Facility Restoration Fee)
Run Time
2 hours, 15 minutes
Must be 6+ years to attend. All ages must have own ticket.
On Sale
Public on Sale begins Mon, Oct 4, 2021 @ 10:00A

Per the California Department of Public Health (CDPH),  guests who attend this event will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least two weeks after final dose) OR a negative test is required. Tests must be taken:

  • 48 hours before an event for a PCR test
  • 24 hours before an event for a rapid antigen test

Masks are required for all guests regardless of vaccination status.

For your convenience, Lux Concierge is offering rapid testing onsite at the Civic Theatre for $40 per test.  Testing is available 1 hour before the event. Please plan to arrive early to the venue to accommodate the testing.

Click here for details on acceptable proof of vaccination and negative Covid-19 test results.

Three incredible ballets in one ballet lover's program. RHAPSODY IN BLUE:  City Ballet resident choreographer Geoffrey Gonzalez created his take on George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue for last season's online performances.  And audiences raved about this new work. This season, the full Rhapsody in Blue experience premieres live on stage! DANSES CONCERTANTES: City Ballet adds a 20th George Balanchine ballet to the company's repertoire with the San Diego premiere of Danses Concertantes. In 1944, George Balanchine created this intoxicating ballet to Igor Stravinsky's score, featuring a series of witty pas de trois. LA BAYADERE - KINGDOM OF THE SHADES: Hailed as one of Marius Petipa's supreme masterpieces, La Bayadere premiered in 1877. The ballet was universally hailed as Petipa's supreme masterpiece, particularly The Kingdom of the Shades scene. That scene is now a famous ballet showpiece, capturing classical ballet at its finest.