Venue Info

P45 Amphitheatre at
Civic Center Park

357 S Civic Center Drive
Traverse City, MI 49686

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Planning an event in the spring or fall and looking for a safe, outdoor venue? Host your guests at P45 Amphitheatre at Civic Center Park, with event space and seating for up too 300. To learn more, email GT County Parks and Recreation at


Parking is available for free anywhere within the Civic Center Grounds. There is also street parking available on Titus, behind the amphitheatre. Note all parking areas and entrances in the venue map.


We're back under the tent! Seating is reserved and available in Premium and Standard Seating. Individual pricing is available on each show's page. Our actors perform to all three sides on this intimate stage, and there are no bad seats.

The lawn opens one hour before showtime, where you can enjoy our bar and concessions stand with light snacks, soft drinks and water, or bring your own picnic to enjoy! Please, no glass or outside alcohol.

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P45 Amphitheatre is ADA accessible, with two entrances to our lawn and stage. The entrance off of Titus Ave. is in close proximity to closer over a small grassy area to access to the paved pathways into our space, or you can use the direct paved pathway from Civic Center Drive. Wheelchair and Companion seating is available at each show. Our portable restrooms are accessible via the paved pathways. If you have additional access needs or questions, please email and we will be happy to help.

Inclement Weather Policy

If inclement weather poses a safety concern, the decision to cancel a performance will be made up to 90 minutes prior to the scheduled start time. If a show is cancelled, you will receive an email notification. In the event of a cancellation, P45 Theatre will automatically contact you about show options or refunds.

Safety at P45

P45 Theatre respectfully follows all CDC and public health guidelines. Michigan currently does not require the use of face masks outdoors, for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people, so the use of masks is up to each audience member’s comfort level.