Buy Tickets PLEASE NOTE: The DECC Ticket Office is closed until further notice. Refunds are available at the original point of purchase for all cancelled shows. We ask patrons to hold on to their tickets for all postponed or rescheduled events as your tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date. If you purchased your tickets at the DECC Ticket Office or have any questions regarding events, please contact the DECC at 218-722-5573 or by e-mail. Click here for Information regarding Cancellation or Rescheduling of Live Events through Ticketmaster. Guests who purchased tickets by phone or Ticketmaster.com should contact customer support at www.ticketmaster.com/customerservice for additional information. Buy tickets To purchase tickets, visit our Ticket Office. Address: 350 Harbor Drive, Duluth, MN 55802 Phone: 218-727-4344 Fax: 218-722-4247 Ticket Office Hours Closed How to get here The DECC Ticket Office is located in the DECC Arena/Symphony Hall Lobby. From the main parking lot, enter at Door D. Otherwise, visit www.ticketmaster.com to purchase tickets. DECC Ticket Office: 218-727-4344 Ticketmaster TTY: 800-943-4327 Ticketmaster ADA Phone Line: 800-877-7575 Unauthorized ticket brokers The DECC includes all DECC properties & AMSOIL Arena. The official ticket provider for DECC events is Ticketmaster. The only official places to purchase tickets to our events are ticketmaster.com or in person at the DECC Ticket Office. We are not responsible for tickets purchased or the printing of tickets from unauthorized ticket brokers or websites. These websites are often made to look like legitimate ticketing agents of the DECC or AMSOIL Arena by using our logo, photographs, branding and venue name. No matter how legitimate a website may look, tickets that are not purchased directly from the DECC may not be valid for admission. BUYER BEWARE. If you purchased tickets from an unauthorized source and were not granted admission we suggest the following in this order: 1. Return to your original point of purchase (e.g., your ticket broker or online ticket resale website), report that the tickets were not valid for entry and demand a refund. 2. If you are unsuccessful in demanding a refund from the vendor, we suggest that you contact the credit card company you used for the purchase. Explain the situation and ask that they refund you. This is known as a “chargeback”.