Tixr - Columbus Theatre

All ages
$10 +
Thu May 19 at 7:00PM
The Tale Of King Crab at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$10 +
Fri May 20 at 7:00PM
Gaspar Noe's LUX AETERNA (2022) at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$20 +
Sat May 21 at 8:00PM
Kweku Aggrey & Leland Baker at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$12 +
Thu May 26 at 8:00PM
Long Trees & special guest The Glare at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$15 +
Fri May 27 at 8:00PM
Shakespeares Shitstorm at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$10 +
Sat May 28 at 7:00PM
Ninja Thyberg's PLEASURE (Providence Premiere!) at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$25 +
Tue May 31 at 8:00PM
Future Islands at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$10 +
Fri Jun 3 at 7:00PM
Gaspar Noe's VORTEX (2022) at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$10 +
Sat Jun 4 - Jun 5
Céline Sciamma's PETIT MAMAN (Providence Premiere) at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$10 +
Tue Jun 7 at 8:00PM
Cómo Qué Wao at Caloric
All ages
$20 +
Thu Jun 9 at 8:00PM
Bombino with special guests Museum Legs at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$20 +
Thu Jun 23 at 10:00PM
Mount Eerie at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$25 +
Thu Jun 30 at 8:00PM
Club d'Elf with John Medeski at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$18 +
Wed Jul 6 at 8:00PM
Mary Lattimore with special guest Ornament at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$35 +
Thu Jul 7 at 8:00PM
Rhys Darby at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$15 +
Fri Jul 22 at 8:00PM
Elf Power at E.R. Jurken
All ages
$39 +
Thu Jul 28 at 7:00PM
Tim Heidecker Live! at Columbus Theatre
All ages
On Sale 5/18
Tue Aug 23 at 7:00PM
COMEDY BANG! BANG! LIVE at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$20 +
Wed Aug 31 at 8:00PM
Bully at Columbus Theatre
All ages
$40 +
Sat Dec 10 at 8:00PM
A John Waters Christmas at Columbus Theatre

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Columbus Theatre

"one of the city’s top cultural venues" - Washington Post

the city’s reigning cool music venue” – Travel & Leisure

“As the actor John C. Reilly, who has played the Columbus with his band, John Reilly and Friends, explained in an email, having musicians run a concert hall is “sort of like the inmates running the asylum. In a good way... A very pleasant change of pace from the usual disgruntled-roadie and sketchy-promoter vibe of many rock venues.” One night he played, the actor Joaquin Phoenix was among the revelers who hung around after the show. “We listened to records, had some refreshments, looked at a giant oscillating moth sculpture in the dark and composed free jazz poems while accompanied on upright bass,” Reilly wrote. “You know, the usual Providence stuff.” – New York Times T Magazine

a beloved space for unique and inspired musicmakers, from mega-string bands (Mother Falcon) to deep-voiced savants (Bill Callahan) to soul shouters (Charles Bradley).” – Providence Phoenix

The Columbus Cooperative sure knows what it’s doing. Charged last year with keeping the upstairs space at the historic Columbus Theatre booked and rocking, the Cooperative has made very, very good on that promise. It lures national indie artists to the stage, but also keeps local musicians in rotation and up on the marquee. And for the folks who are there to truly see, hear and experience the music, the 200-seat venue is about as intimate as it gets.” – Rhode Island Monthly

The Columbus Theatre was designed by architect Oreste DiSaia and built by realtor Domenic Annotti in 1926. The Theatre originally featured vaudeville and silent films before being leased by RKO Albee Theater, who renamed the building the Uptown Theater and operated it as one of Providence’s premier cinemas for the next 25 years. With the advent of television the Theatre fell on hard times, but builder Misak Berberian, whose love of architecture drew him to the Theatre, purchased it in the summer of 1962. He revived the Theatre’s original name and installed his son Jon at the helm. After extensive repairs, the Berberians reopened the Theatre on November 1, 1962 – the 36th anniversary of the building’s original opening.

After more than four decades of operation—which included music, film, and theatre presentations, as well as serving community groups from throughout Rhode Island with a beautiful venue for their programs—the Theatre was forced to close again in 2009 because of fire code updates. Since that time, Jon Berberian has worked tirelessly to meet those requirements for the Theatre, which reopened its doors November 17, 2012 and has once again become a beautiful and valued asset to the community.

The Tale Of King Crab Gaspar Noe's LUX AETERNA (2022) Kweku Aggrey & Leland Baker Long Trees & special guest The Glare Shakespeares Shitstorm Ninja Thyberg's PLEASURE (Providence Premiere!) Future Islands Gaspar Noe's VORTEX (2022) Céline Sciamma's PETIT MAMAN (Providence Premiere) Cómo Qué Wao, Caloric, Glenna Van Nostrand Bombino with special guests Museum Legs Mount Eerie Club d'Elf with John Medeski Mary Lattimore with special guest Ornament Rhys Darby Elf Power, E.R. Jurken, Imperial Knife Tim Heidecker Live! COMEDY BANG! BANG! LIVE Bully A John Waters Christmas