Frequently Asked Questions

Most shows at Timucua are completely free. We ask for donations which go to the performers to help offset their costs. Some performers will also have merchandise or recordings for sale at the shows. Please help us by supporting them.

Every so often we have a paid, ticketed event. Ticketed events are indicated clearly on the events calendar. You can buy tickets online or in person. Please note that ticketed shows are $5 more on the day of the show. 

Please bear in mind that we have only 99 seats. If there’s an event you want to see, don’t hesitate to RSVP or buy tickets online.

Can I bring food and wine?

What a generous offer! Please do. Guests are encouraged to bring food or wine to share. If you bring your food in a dish, please remember to take it with you when you leave. Please do not bring items in single-use plastic or styrofoam, as we cannot dispose of these materials and you will need to take them with you when you leave.

Can I bring my family and children?

Please, bring as many family members as you like. Our shows are family-friendly, and kids are welcome.

Is Timucua wheelchair accessible?

​Yes! The entrance on the Summerlin Avenue side is accessible. The restroom on the first floor has a wall mounted sink with plenty of clearance. If you have additional questions about accessibility, please contact

I’d like to perform at Timucua.

That’s not technically a question; but as you’re so eager, I’ll let it slide. We’re open to lots of different kinds of performances. If you think what you do would be a good fit for the Timucua Arts Foundation, start by finding a date on the Concert Calendar marked “OPEN”. Then fill out this form to apply. Explain your proposed performance, and include a link to where we can see or hear your stuff online, and send us links to your social media profiles.

Can I paint or sculpt during a show?

Yes! Many of our performances include a visual artist alongside the music. Look through the schedule for an event that says “art: TBA”. Get in touch with the programming committee at and tell them what you’d like to do (painting, sculpting, sketching, digital art) and on what date.

How can I get involved?

Organizations like the Timucua Arts Foundation thrive with help from volunteers. If you’d like to offer your time, talents, and expertise, we’d be glad to work together. Fill out this form to tell us more about yourself and your interests, and we’ll get back to you in about a week. Thank you for your support!