Hylton on the Hill
We are thrilled to welcome you to Hylton on the Hill, our new outdoor performance space with seating on a natural rise just behind the theater. Get all the answers about what to expect when you attend an event at Hylton on the Hill.
Face coverings are required outdoors for all unvaccinated individuals and are highly encouraged for all patrons. Face coverings may be removed when actively drinking or eating. Learn more about safety protocols in place at the Hylton Center.
Outdoor Performances Coming This Fall
The U.S. Army Band Downrange
Saturday, September 18 at 4 p.m.
Sunday, September 19 at 4 p.m.
Sunday, September 26, at 4 p.m.
Carly Harvey’s Kiss & Ride
Sunday, October 3 at 4 p.m.
For Hylton on the Hill performances, the artists’ stage will be set up on flat grassy area behind the Hylton Center and the audience will be seated on the hill facing the stage and building. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
All parking for Hylton on the Hill events is in the Tower Lot behind the Hylton Center. You will be directed to the parking area when you arrive for the event. Accessible parking spaces are also available in the Tower Lot.
- Face coverings are required outdoors for all unvaccinated individuals and are highly encouraged for all patrons. Face coverings may be removed only when drinking or eating. Patrons are encouraged to bring bottled water. Alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited from Hylton on the Hill events.
- Hand Sanitizing Stations: Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the outdoor venue and near the restrooms.
- Stay home if you are sick: Please do not attend a performance if you are sick, displaying any symptoms of COVID-19, or have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19. We will happily refund your ticket purchase if you are not able to attend.
Yes. Chairs and blankets are not provided by the venue. If your chair blocks sightlines for other patrons you may be asked to remove it.
No concessions will be available for purchase at Hylton on the Hill events, however, patrons may bring non-alcoholic beverages and food/snacks with them to Hylton on the Hill.
We are striving to keep these events less then 90 minutes long so there will not be an intermission.
The restrooms in Beacon Hall will be open during performances at Hylton on the Hill presented by the Hylton Center.
Patrons are welcome to arrive up to one hour before the scheduled performance.
In order to reduce contact between staff and patrons, all programs will be provided digitally. Advance ticket buyers will receive the program via email and it will also be available with the event information on our website.
Tickets for events presented by the Hylton Performing Arts Center at Hylton on the Hill can be purchased online at HyltonCenter.org. Ticket sales for fall 2021 are now available. You may visit the Ticket Office in person or call 703-993-7759 to purchase tickets between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Please note the total capacity of available tickets for each performance is 200.
Accessible tickets are available for these events. We will reserve a number of accessible seats on the flattest part of the grassy seating area. These are suitable for those with minor mobility issues. We will also have a section of accessible seating in the side parking area. This area is completely flat tarmac and can accommodate those with more acute mobility issues or those using power chairs. If you are unsure what section would suit you best, please reach out to the ticket office for assistance.
Yes, when you purchase your tickets, select the “Tickets@Home” option in the cart online or let the ticket seller assisting you know your preference. You will receive an email from email@example.com with a link to either print your tickets or open up digital tickets on your phone. When presenting your tickets to an usher, please make sure the barcode is visible and turn up the screen brightness on your phone.
If tickets are still available for sale, you may purchase your ticket at the Outdoor Ticket Kiosk beginning one hour prior to the start of the event.
In the event of inclement weather, the performance will be moved indoors to Merchant Hall. Food and beverage will not be permitted indoors.
Patrons who do not wish to attend the performance if moved indoors have the following options:
- Receive an exchange certificate that is valid for other events in the Hylton Presents season, Hylton Family Series, Matinee Idylls Series.
- Donate the cost of their tickets back to the Hylton Performing Arts Center as an in-kind contribution and receive an acknowledgement letter for tax purposes from the GMU Foundation
- Receive a refund. Purchases made with a credit card will be refunded to the same card. Purchases made with cash, check, or a credit card that is now expired or invalid will be refunded in the form of a check.
If you are sick, experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19, or have recently been exposed to someone positive for COVID-19, please do not attend the performance. Please use our expanded ticket flexibility options to receive an exchange certificate, a refund, or donate your ticket back to the Hylton Performing Arts Center.
Yes, we encourage you to redeem your account credit towards purchases for our outdoor performances. You can call the Ticket Office to arrange a purchase with account credit, and either mail the physical certificate or email a photo of a torn certificate to redeem its value. Account credit can also be redeemed in-person at the Ticket Office. If you are experiencing issues with redeeming your account credit, please call the Ticket Office for assistance.
These performances are only available for sale as individual tickets. Due to the limited number of tickets available, subscription discounts will not be offered for these events. Half-price tickets for youth through Grade 12 are available for purchase.
Yes, a limited quantity of free student tickets will be available for each event. Student ticketholders will be required to sit in the designated student section at Hylton on the Hill. Eligible Mason students should contact the Ticket Office to claim their tickets. Students are encouraged to claim their tickets in advance and must review the outdoor event policies before attending.