Plan Your Visit

Frequently Asked Questions

The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra performs concerts at both Stambaugh Auditorium and their home venue DeYor Performing Arts Center.

Stambaugh Auditorium features two large 450-spot parking areas located off of Ford Avenue. Overflow parking can be found on the streets surrounding Stambaugh as well as in both the paved lot and grass lot on Caroline Street between Fifth Avenue and Ford Avenue. Parking for events in Stambaugh Auditorium’s designated lots is free.

Guests can utilize public parking lots surrounding the venue or purchase parking passes for designated performances at DeYor Performing Arts Center. Passholder parking is located in the lot on the north side of West Commerce Street. Additional parking is available in downtown Youngstown, with varying pricing.

Purchase your parking pass here.

There are multiple ways for an individual or business to donate and support DeYor Performing Arts Center and the YourArts initiative. From corporate sponsorships to individual gifts, any donation level is appreciated to continue growing the arts in Youngstown. For more information, visit

The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra hosts a variety of events during its seasons that include everything from traditional orchestra performances, such as the Masterworks series, to Pop symphony concerts featuring more modern music arrangements to holiday movies featuring live symphony accompaniment. There’s something for everyone during the YSO season!

Nearby Hotels

Double Tree by Hilton

Double Tree Downtown

Holiday Inn

Boardman Holiday Inn

Courtyard by Mariott

Courtyard by Mariott Canfield

Area Attractions

Have some extra time before one of our shows? Check out some attractions in Youngstown: 

Mill Creek Park

 Mill Creek Park encompasses over 2,658 acres with recreation opportunities include hiking, biking, boating, fishing, golf, tennis, volleyball, picnicking, cross country skiing, sledding, and much more.


OH WOW!® The Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology is a colorful, hands-on environment encourages independent thinking through interactive STEM-based exhibits and EDUtaining programs. Since opening in 2011, OH WOW! has delighted over 645,000 inquisitive minds!

Tyler History Center

A community gathering place with a history focus, the Tyler History Center showcases the people and stories that shaped the Mahoning Valley through exhibits, programs and events.

The Butler Institute of American Art

Founded in 1919, the Butler Institute of American Art is devoted to celebrating America’s visual arts heritage featuring over 22,000 individual works.