Camden Opera House
29 Elm St
Camden, ME 04843-1910
Phone: 207-236-7963
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 - 5 PM
Email: dmorrison@camdenmaine.gov
Fax: 207-236-7956

The Camden Opera House is a regional performing arts & conference center. The 500-seat auditorium features national, international, and local artists, concerts, conferences and events. Four distinctive and gracious conference/meeting event rooms are available for reservation.


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Jazz in June tickets, passes on sale

Jazz in June, Camden's first-ever multi-day/multi-venue jazz festival, is set for Friday through Sunday, June 14 through 16. Tickets and All Access Passes are on sale now. The three-day festival where the jazz meets the sea offers music outdoors and in, including a couple of free concerts and ...
Camden Opera House Presents the Hal McIntyre Orchestra

Sunday, May 5, 2 pm Camden Opera House Presents the Hal McIntyre Orchestra Billed as “The Band America Loves,” the original McIntyre Orchestra debuted in New Rochelle, NY in 1941, and headlined such venues as New York's Commodore Hotel, Hollywood's Palladium Ballroom and Chicago's Sherman ...
Camden Opera House Blue Café Presents Storytime: Moms ...

Friday, May 3, 7:30 pm Camden Opera House Blue Café Presents Storytime: Moms Tell All Storytime: Moms Tell All is a curated evening of hilarious storytelling by local moms! Join us for a fun-filled night of hilarious, true-life tales as moms spill the beans about parenting and living the good ...
Camden Opera House Presents Micromassé and Sara Hallie ...

April 27, 7:30 pm Camden Opera House Maine Made Music Presents Micromassé and Sara Hallie Richardson Micromassé is a trio of accomplished musicians offering a fresh new sound that is nostalgically analog, worldly and explosively modern, combining the classic sound of the Hammond Organ with ...
Camden Opera House Blue Café Presents Travis James ...

Friday, April 19, 7:30 pm at the Camden Opera House We loved Travis so much when he recently opened for Chris Ross, we invited him back for his own show! Travis James Humphrey was born in northern Maine. He learned his trade from his father, Tim Humphrey, who taught him the rougher and finer ...