Friday, April 4, 2014

Detroit Symphony Orchestra offers Soundcard Members additional FREE Tickets, Discounts in April


During the month of April, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) will celebrate its student audience with Student Appreciation Month. All DSO Soundcard members and their friends will be extended additional offers and benefits, as outlined below.

Any student, of any age is eligible to purchase a Soundcard, the DSO’s all-access student pass. Purchase the card for $25 and attend any Orchestra Hall Classical, Pops or Paradise Jazz concert all season long at no additional cost.

Student Appreciation Month Benefits include -

• Reserve a second free ticket to any Classical, Pops, or Paradise Jazz Series concert in April. No strings attached. Enjoy two free tickets in April instead of one, and introduce a friend to the great benefits of Soundcard.

• Refer a friend to purchase a Soundcard for the 2013-14 season, and we’ll renew yours for just $15 for the 2014-15 season. Make sure they tell us that YOU referred them!

• A chance to win two free tickets to The Ben Folds Orchestral Experience on October 15, 2014 plus dinner for two at the Paradise Lounge. For every concert you attend, and for every guest you bring, you are entered into the raffle. There is no limit to the amount of times you can be entered.

About Soundcard...
Inspired by Leonard Slatkin and introduced in 2011, Soundcard is valid for Classical, Pops, and Paradise Jazz Series concerts performed in Orchestra Hall. Membership is valid through the end of the 2013-14 season. Tickets are issued up to two weeks prior to each concert. Cardbearer must present a valid student ID to will call attendant or usher upon arrival. The name on the student ID must match the name on the cardbearer’s account. Cards and tickets are non-transferrable. Admittance is subject to availability and seating is at the discretion of the Box Office.

Find out more about the DSO Soundcard FREE Tickets and Discounts


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