We are proud to offer diverse and inspiring performances every season. A detailed list and available dates are available on Ticket Omaha, our official ticket retailer.
Omaha Performing Arts is committed to ensuring that our performances and facilities are accessible to everyone according to criteria established by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
For the Holland Center, event parking is available in the Omaha Park Eight garage starting two hours prior to performances. Omaha Park Eight is located directly to the north of the Holland Center at 13th & Dodge Streets. Meters run 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Sundays and holidays are free. Accessible parking is available at the Holland Center.
Due to downtown construction, we will no longer be able to offer pre-paid valet at the Holland Center. We will honor all previously purchased valet for upcoming shows. Drive-up, cash-only valet may be available on a limited basis.
|Scott Recital Hall|
The 350-seat capacity Suzanne and Walter Scott Recital Hall makes every event feel casually sophisticated, with incredible acoustics and unique lighting options. During Holland Music Club performances, patrons enjoy tabled seating and refreshments delivered right to them.
The John and Carmen Gottschalk Founders Room offers donors and special guests private washrooms, coat check and bar service. Special guests often meet in the Founders Room after performances. It was refurbished in 2015 to include new furniture and a special light sculpture.
The Carl G. Mammel Courtyard is an open-air space with a finely landscaped grassy area.
|Cassling Education Center|
The Cassling Family Education Center is a multipurpose educational complex at the Holland Performing Arts Center featuring a multidisciplinary arts lab for youth performances; space for dance and music master classes and workshops; and fully equipped breakout rooms for classes, meetings and conferences.
Located on Tier 1, the lounge area includes a full bar and indoor/outdoor seating for patrons at the Holland Center.
Skyview Terrace on Tier 2 is an indoor/outdoor lounge offering sweeping views of downtown Omaha and an assortment of beer, wine, specialty cocktails and small plates.
|Susan Morris Star Artist Suite|
The Susan Morris Star Artist Suite is the largest of several artist dressing rooms available in the backstage area of the Kiewit Concert Hall. This Star Suite includes a shower, private dressing space and reception area.
|The Tim and Teddi Slattery Gathering Room|
The Tim and Teddi Slattery Gathering Room was specially designed as an artist gathering area before and after each rehearsal and performance.
Enjoy artful dining at the Holland with a well-crafted meal or decadent dessert at Zinc. Open two and half hours before performances at the Holland Center, Zinc offers the best of the season’s flavors just steps away from the Kiewit Concert Hall. Reservations are recommended. Please make your reservation through OpenTable.
Visit Clearway Energy Ovations bar and lounge, a destination for wine, drinks and appetizers before and after the show. Located on the first floor of the Holland Center, Clearway Energy Ovations is a place to gather, to celebrate and to give an enthusiastic round of applause to the performing arts in Omaha. Stop by for conversation and libations in a casual atmosphere.
The Holland Music Club transforms the Scott Recital Hall at the Holland Center into a cool and cozy nightclub with table seating, light fare and a full bar.
The Holland Performing Arts Center is one of the finest venues in the country with widely celebrated acoustics and dynamic room configurations. The 2,000-seat Peter Kiewit Concert Hall is modeled after European "shoebox" shaped halls and detailed with fine-grained woodwork. The Suzanne and Walter Scott Recital Hall, a flexible "black box" space with seating for 350, features a similar feeling of warmth. When you rent the Holland Performing Arts Center, our staff will work closely with you on every detail.
The following production specifications document is password protected. To acquire the password, please contact booking@O-pa.org.
Community leaders commission a facilities study at the Orpheum.
Key community leaders engage Heritage Services to work with HDR on a design for a possible performing arts center.
The Omaha Performing Arts Society (later Omaha Performing Arts) announces a fundraising campaign including $10 million in Orpheum renovations and funding for a performing arts center. The campaign eventually exceeds $107 million.
Group selects site at 13th and Douglas streets for the new performing arts center that includes a 2,000-seat concert hall, a 350-seat recital hall and a courtyard.
Omaha Performing Arts breaks ground for the new performing arts center to be constructed by Kiewit Construction Co.
Construction is finished.
October 21, 2005
The Holland Center opens to the public with a grand opening concert and ten days of festivities.
Omaha Performing Arts’ administrative offices move to the Holland Center.
The 1200 Club (now the Holland Music Club) opens in the Scott Recital Hall with two performances by actor Jeff Daniels.
Omaha Performing Arts installs overhead heating in the Holland Center Arrival Plaza.
The 2016 update of the economic impact study shows a $40.8 million annual impact on Douglas County and Nebraska.