2019-2020 Season Tickets

Watch this space for season ticket sales for 2019-2020, coming soon!

PATRON PASSES

Reserved Seating

Best seats in the house – saved just for you

Tax Receipt

A $50 tax receipt in return for your patronage

Concert Admission

Admission to all major season concerts (details coming soon!)

SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS

Cost Savings

Get a discount on tickets by buying a subscription

Customize Your Season

You choose the subscription package that's right for you

Skip the Line

Come to the concert with your tickets in hand - no need to wait to purchase!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What's the difference between a patron pass and a season subscription?
Patron passes (formerly called season passes) are an opportunity for our audience members to enjoy guaranteed seating and tickets for our season concerts, while also supporting the work of the choirs with a $50 donation.

Season subscriptions offer audience members a chance to save money while pre-purchasing tickets for the 2019-2020 season.
Are patron passes and season subscriptions transferable?
Yes, patron passes and season subscriptions are each fully transferable. This means that your tickets or passes can be transferred to another person for part or all of the concert season. You can share!
Can I attend both shows for concerts with two show times?
No, both Patron Passes and season subscriptions entitle the bearer to attend only ONE of the shows for concerts with more than one show time. You will be asked to select which show you will attend at the time of purchase.
Which option saves me more money?
Season subscriptions offer a discount on tickets versus individual tickets purchased for concerts. They are the money-saving choice!

Patron Passes offer audience members a chance to support the organization through an additional donation, and to enjoy VIP perks like reserved seating.
What is your refund policy?
No refunds or exchanges are available on patron pass or season subscription purchases.

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