Does the Mystic Theatre have food and a bar?
There is a full premium bar in the lobby of the theatre which opens up for service from the lobby and the inside of the theatre (however during sit-down or quieter shows only the lobby side is open).
Food is available in the Mystic Theatre. We suggest that you secure a seat in the theatre before ordering food as it can be difficult to eat standing up!
Can I bring my camera into the Mystic?
At load-in our hospitality manager checks in with the band’s tour manager to find out what the band’s policy on photography is. Our entire security and door staff is notified of this policy so that they may enforce it. Some bands say absolutely no cameras while others say cameras are okay, just no flash photography. We suggest that you ask the door staff upon entering the theatre as to whether or not you may take pictures. This way you will not have to deal with it during the show.
What do you offer for special needs patrons?
The Mystic makes every effort to accommodate the needs of our diverse patrons. If you have special needs, please let us know so we can ensure accommodations are available. Typically, these services can include interpreters for the deaf and access in getting around the Mystic for those with limited mobility.
For those who need sign language interpreters, we need to know in advance to make the arrangements; alternatively, we’ll be glad to work with you to get your usual interpreter access. We would need at least three weeks advance notice to accommodate.
I want to rent the Mystic Theatre for a private event. How do I go about doing that?
If you are having a private event (wedding reception, class reunion, meeting, expo, etc) and you would like to speak to our event’s coordinator, you can call 510.350.8896 or email and speak to Thomas Cussins.
Please visit our Private Parties page for more information.
If you are a promoter and are interested in renting the Mystic for your own production, you will need to call 510.350.8896 or email and speak to Thomas Cussins.