Getting tickets is easy
Every performing arts organization urges you to buy season tickets and sometimes it feels like a pushy sales pitch, a trick to make you buy more than you want. Here we’ll explain why buying a season or series subscription is in fact in your best interest.
What do you get with a subscription?
- Significant discount versus single tickets
- First choice of concerts
- First choice of seat
- Same reserved seat for every concert
- Renewal option for next season
- Ability to turn in tickets as a donation to AFCM,
if you find you cannot attend
- Receive your set of tickets by mail in September
to avoid will-call; seats assigned in mid-August
We may be biased, but we think it’s an offer that’s hard to refuse. But act quickly. The offer is available only until October 23, 2019.
A ticket to all 23 remaining concerts in the regular 2019-20 Season.
Evening Series (6 concerts)
Beethoven Thursdays (3 concerts)
NOW Music Series (6 concerts)
Festival Series (5 concerts)
Summertime Series (3 concerts)
Buy anytime. No discounts. Same day tickets often available.
*If you can’t make it to a concert, call our Box Office Manager to return your tickets at least 48 hours prior to the day of the concert and you may count them as a donation to AFCM, tax-deductible as allowed by law. Release seats online now
1. Purchase through PayPal with credit card?
Once you click “BUY TICKETS” you will be sent to a secure PayPal server where you can complete the transaction with any major credit card or your PayPal account. Confirmation will be sent via email, so please provide your email address where asked to do so! Your tickets will be waiting under your name at Will-Call on the night of the show.
2. I didn’t get my email confirmation! What do I do?
Sometimes the confirmation emails get filtered as spam or promos or other such things, and you may miss them. If you have any problems or questions, don’t hesitate to email Cathy Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Are the seats assigned?
For all concerts at Leo Rich Theater seats will be assigned in order of purchase. Series subscribers “own” the better seats in the house, but they are great at turning in their seats if they are unable to attend. These seats are then reassigned to single ticket subscribers.
For concerts at other locations seating is open and available first come first serve at the event.