Seattle Symphony offers free tickets to furloughed Federal government employees for remaining concerts through June 2019

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Seattle Symphony
Photo by Brandon Patoc
Offer includes up to four complimentary tickets and must be reserved by February 1, subject to availability.


The Seattle Symphony announced that furloughed federal government employees are eligible to receive up to four complimentary tickets for Seattle Symphony performances for the remainder of the 2018–2019 season.

Tickets must be reserved by February 1 in person or by calling the Ticket Office. A government-issued ID is required upon pick up.

Subject to availability, concerts on the following series are included: Delta Air Lines Masterworks Season, Seattle Pops series, Untuxed series, [untitled] series, Baroque and Wine series, In Recital series, Chamber series, Fluke/Gabelein Organ Recitals, Family Concerts and Tiny Tots Concerts.

“Federal employees devote their careers serving the greater nation,” shared Krishna Thiagarajan, President & CEO of the Seattle Symphony and Benaroya Hall. 
“At a time when they are being asked to make sacrifices, we hope our small gesture can help alleviate some of the burdens they and their loved ones are experiencing.”

How to reserve tickets
  • Phone: Call the Seattle Symphony Ticket Office at 206-215-4747 or toll-free at 866-833-4747.
  • In Person: Visit the Ticket Office in Benaroya Hall, located at Third Avenue and Union Street.
  • Ticket Office Hours: Monday–Friday, 10am – 6pm; Saturday, 1–6pm

Performances are held in Benaroya Hall, 200 University St, Seattle 98101

The Seattle Symphony is one of America’s leading symphony orchestras and is internationally acclaimed for its innovative programming and extensive recording history. The orchestra has made nearly 150 recordings and has received three Grammy Awards, 26 Grammy nominations, two Emmy Awards and was named Gramophone’s 2018 Orchestra of the Year.


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