The Covey Center Website Most people know that the Covey Center for the Arts is an amazing place to take in community productions, concerts, fine art and more. The Covey has two theaters and often hosts multiple productions a day. Did you know that the Covey Center is owned by Provo City and is parts of the Parks & Recreation department?
Purchase Tickets Online Did you know that you can buy tickets online? With our ticketing software you can select a performance, choose your seats, sign in/sign up and make a payment. It is a simple as that. If you're trying to purchase tickets now, simple click "more" below. More>>
Classes @ The Covey Center The Covey Center hosts a wide variety of events from world class talent to local favorites. You can see what is coming by visiting either our Calendar page, or our Performances page. Once you have found a show you are interested in, feel free to purchase tickets through our online ticketing. If you are looking for local musicians, plays, ballets, or musicals the Covey has you covered. Come and join us for an enriching evening of fun. More>>
Constructed in 2007, the Covey Center for the Arts is a 42,000 sq. foot premiere performance rental facility. It boasts a 670-seat performance hall, three dance studios furnished with a piano, ballet bars and walled mirrors, a 100-seat black box theater, three art galleries, state-of-the-art sound system, full theatrical lighting, 75-ft. theatrical fly, two backstage green rooms with make-up mirrors and a full orchestra pit.
In additions to serving the community, we have had the pleasure of hosting some of these internationally known performers: Kenny Loggins, George Winston, Stomp, David Lanz, Michael Ballam, The Beach Boys, Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband, The Oak Ridge Boys, Kurt Bestor, Styx, and Foreigner.