Tickets

La Slague offers a new solidarity pricing system

For the 2021-2022 season, Carrefour francophone and La Slague are letting you decide how much to pay to attend our shows or purchase our artistic products. Why are we doing this?

  • Because rich and rewarding cultural experiences should be available to everyone, regardless of their financial situation.
  • Because all of Sudbury’s Francophones and Francophiles should be welcome in a supportive and vibrant community. 
  • Because belonging to a culture and the quality of life fostered by the arts are human rights. 

How much should your ticket cost?

You are welcome to choose a reduced price for your ticket if you are struggling to meet basic needs like food, medication, lodging or transportation. 

How much should you pay? See the categories below and determine your position on the scale. 

Free ticket – $0

  • You are unemployed or your revenue is minimal. 
  • You struggle to meet your basic needs and you’re financially stressed. 
  • You struggle to pay the cost of public transit or gas for essential transportation. 
  • You never eat out and you can rarely afford a ticket to a show or a cultural event. 
  • You use government aid, such as social assistance and food banks.
  • You are a refugee or an asylum seeker. 
  • You have minimal or no savings.

Economy ticket – a portion of the full price 

  • You have limited income.
  • You struggle to meet your basic needs, but you manage. 
  • You can pay the cost of public transit or gas for essential transportation. 
  • You have a job or regular work.
  • You can sometimes eat out and occasionally buy tickets for a show or a cultural event. 
  • You have modest savings.

Regular ticket – full price

  • You can comfortably meet all of your basic needs. 
  • You can comfortably pay the cost of public or private transportation. 
  • You have a job or regular paid work. 
  • You eat out fairly often and you can afford tickets to shows or cultural events. 
  • You have significant savings. 

Solidarity ticket – more than the regular price

  • The criteria for regular tickets describe your situation. But to help your less fortunate neighbours access arts and culture, you are willing to pay a bit more than the regular price for your ticket, thus supporting the aims of the “pay what you can” policy. 

We would like to thank the Théâtre Cercle Molière in Winnipeg, which inspired this new payment scale!

La Slague is a member of the Coalition for Fair Ticketing, which brings together cultural organizations wishing to jointly reflect on best accessibility ticketing practices and thus promote access to art and culture.

La Place des Arts du Grand Sudbury is La Slague’s official box office. 

Online

Through La Place des Arts’ secure online box office

Link will be available on October 6 at 9am.

In person

The box office is 100% online until the opening of La Place des Arts. 

More info coming soon.

By phone

Call: 705 207-8674.

Health measures - COVID-19

We want our spectators to feel confident and at peace at our events, and we take everyone’s health and safety very seriously. Always following the recommendations of Public Health in force, we offer shows at reduced capacity and following safety protocols. Your seats are reserved in advance, so no stress! Arrive at your show in peace, and pass the ticket office without a hitch.

All ticket holders will receive the details of the measurements before the date of the show, because each partner venue has its specificities. Here’s a rundown of measures you can expect:

  • We ask that you wear your mask until you sit down in your seat and when traveling. You can remove your mask when you are sitting down, to drink and / or eat;
  • Hydroalcoholic gel stations are present at several strategic locations in the building;
  • The seats offered allow you to sit with the people in your social bubble while ensuring physical distancing with the rest of the spectators.

Government of Ontario vaccine passport policies require all customers wishing to attend events in indoor performance venues to present proof of identification and proof of full COVID-19 vaccination before they can enter the premises, with limited exceptions.

Q&A: Accessibility and special needs

How many spots are available for wheelchairs in the concert halls used by La Slague?

Spaces are reserved for persons in wheelchairs and an accompanying person in all concert halls:

  • At the Caruso Club, all the seats can be transformed into spaces for wheelchairs, walkers or companions (cabaret style tables, unlimited number).
  • At Collège Boréal’s Trisac Auditorium, 8 spots are reserved for people with reduced mobility: 4 in the upper section and 4 in the lower section of the hall. Please select the appropriate seats on the seating chart when purchasing a ticket.
  • At Place des Arts, 12 spots are reserved for people with reduced mobility in the Great Hall. Please select the appropriate seats on the seating chart when purchasing a ticket. In the black box in cabaret format, all the seats can be transformed into spaces for wheelchairs, walkers or companions. In theatre format, 4 places are reserved for people with reduced mobility.

For any questions, please contact the box office.

Are there reserved parking spots for persons with reduced mobility near the entrance of the venues?

Reserved parking spots for vehicles with a handicap parking permit are available near the entrance of the venues.
All ticket holders will receive details of the parking options before the date of the show, as each partner venue has its specificities.

  • At Club Caruso, 3 spots are located in the lot near the entrance.
  • At Collège Boréal, 5 spots are located in parking lot B3, near the entrance to Trisac Auditorium.
  • At Place des Arts, two “drop-off” parking spaces are available on the corner of Larch Street, near the main entrance. The city of Sudbury allows a maximum of 4 free hours for any vehicle holding a regulatory sticker. A detailed parking plan for Place des Arts will be available soon.

Are there accessible washrooms for persons with reduced mobility?

  • At Caruso Club, sanitary facilities for women / non-binary persons are accessible on the 1st floor (next to the bar), sanitary facilities for men / non-binary persons are accessible in the basement.
  • At Collège Boréal, sanitary facilities are accessible on the 3 rd and 4 th floors next to the Trisac Auditorium.
  • At Place des Arts, mixed sanitary facilities are available on all floors.

Other useful information:

At Caruso Club, there is a ramp at the main entrance to the great hall and another to get to the restaurant area.

At Place des Arts, the performance halls and the ticket office are equipped with hearing loops.

La Slague's Evolution

La Slague was established in 1964 by the Centre des jeunes de Sudbury. After many years of success, La Slague went dormant, and then reappeared for a time in the mid-1980s as a community-based volunteer organization. With La Slague’s renaissance in 2006 as part of the Carrefour francophone, a third generation of concert promotion activities was afoot.