ProMusica serves as the resident orchestra of the historic Southern Theatre, located in downtown Columbus. The orchestra also hosts performances at Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens and other notable venues around central Ohio. Each performance venue is a unique offering to audience members, adding to the acoustical splendor and visual delight of the ProMusica experience.

Southern Theatre
21 East Main Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Located downtown, adjoining to the Westin Hotel on the corner of Main and High Streets. Parking is available directly across Main Street in the Columbus Commons Main Garage.


Worthington United Methodist Church
600 High Street
Worthington, OH 43085

The Worthington United Methodist Church is located near the corner of New England and High Streets, directly across the street from the Worthington Post Office.  Parking is available adjacent to the church.


Saint Mary Catholic Church
684 S. 3rd Street
Columbus, OH 43206

The recently renovated Saint Mary Catholic Church is located in the heart of German Village. A parking lot with a limited number of spaces is available and located directly behind the church. Street parking is also available.


Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
1777 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43203

Summer concerts are held on the Conservatory’s Grand Mallway, just west of the Palm House. Parking is available on the grounds of Franklin Park.


Alum Creek Park Amphitheater
221 W Main Street
Westerville, OH 43081

Summer concerts take place at the Amphitheater located in Westerville’s Alum Creek Park North. Parking is available on the grounds of the park.


Accessibility & ADA Information

All of ProMusica’s performance venues have wheelchair-accessible seating. The Southern Theatre accessible seats are located on the main floor, Row ACC. All other venues are general admission seating. Assisted Listening Devices are available upon request at the Southern Theatre concession area. ProMusica can provide the following services with a minimum of four weeks notice prior to the concert date:

  • Concert guides in Braille or large print, an audio recording in program order, program notes and guest artists biographies
  • A sign language interpreter to interpret any vocal music that might be part of the program

Please let us know if you need further assistance by calling us at 614.464.0066. Our Ticketing & Patron Services Manager will work with you to ensure that your ProMusica experience is safe, smooth, and enjoyable.