Performances & Events
Buy tickets to Flynn-presented and regional events
The Flynn Center’s benefit events raise approximately $80,000 each year in annual revenue. Each event is supported by hundreds of participating patrons, generous sponsors, outstanding volunteers, and numerous in-kind donations.
The Flynn Student Matinee Series connects children, teachers, and schools with the performing arts in deep and meaningful ways, bringing performances to Vermont that both complement school curriculum, and introduce students to worlds they have never known before.
The Amy E. Tarrant Gallery—an extension of the Flynn Lobby—is open to the public on Saturdays from 11 am to 4 pm, and during the First Friday Art Walk. Performance attendees may also view exhibits prior to MainStage shows and during intermission.
For over a quarter of a century Burlington, Vermont, has celebrated amazing live music during the annual Burlington Discover Jazz Festival. This 10-day event has become a tradition, a chance for the community to revel in jazz’s spectrum of different forms and an opportunity for fans to learn from and meet the world-renowned artists who have inspired them for years.
The Flynn plays host to extraordinary visiting artists on our two stages, and often we arrange for these visionaries to offer special classes to our community, giving you a chance to personally engage with amazing performers and performance-makers
Book clubs are presented in association with the Fletcher Free Library. Books will be related to an upcoming event at the Flynn.