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TICKETS

Purchasing Tickets in Advance

You do not have to purchase tickets in advance although it is recommended to guarantee a seat. When you purchase in advance, you have the option to choose your seat.  Donors to the festival are able to purchase advance tickets at a special reduced price.

How to Purchase Tickets

Tickets can be purchased through the festival office by calling us at (719) 389-6552, email: festival@coloradocollege.edu, or, once available in the spring, through the ticketing office of the Fine Arts Center. 

Children

Children are charged the student rate of $5 for Festival Faculty and Fellow Orchestra concerts. However, many of our concerts, including the Children's Concert, are free. 

Reserved Seating

The following contains the seating plans for the concert locations:

Packard Performance Hall

Richard F. Celeste Theatre - Cornerstone Arts Center

Please note that all seats are available for the same price on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Parking

During the festival concerts, most on-campus parking is free of charge; however, some street parking is metered.

We plan to have handicap spaces available on the north side of Cache La Poudre between Packard Hall and the Worner Campus Center. Handicap parking for the Cornerstone Arts Center may be found in the lot to the east of the building, accessible from Tejon Street. Look for a golf cart shuttle running between the Armstrong, Cornerstone, and Numismatic Association lots.

Arrival to concerts

Doors open half an hour before each concert.

Please be respectful of both the performers and audience members and if you arrive late, and wait until the current performance is finished (sound of applause) before entering the theater.

Ticket Refunds

We do not provide refunds for tickets.

 

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