Symphony Season Subscriber Benefits
When you become a subscriber, you have priority based on your subscription history and contributions to the MSO, and the date when your subscription is received. We want your concert experience to be enjoyable and will do our best to accommodate you and your seating preferences.
Unlimited Ticket Exchange
If a conflict comes up, you can exchange your tickets for a different MSO 2019–2020 subscription performance up to 24 hours before the concert in conflict (there is no exchange fee at the Overture Center Box Office).
Missed Concert Insurance
Miss a performance? No problem. We’ll provide tickets to another subscription concert during the 2019–2020 Season — for free (one time only).
Lost Ticket Replacement
Never worry over misplaced tickets again. Simply contact the MSO or visit the Overture Center Box Office on the day of your concert for reprints.
Can’t Use Your Tickets?
Give them back to the MSO at least 24 hours before the concert and receive a receipt for your tax-deductible donation.
We know, parking can be a nuisance. But not for our subscribers! Enjoy reserved parking at the Dane County Parking Ramp, two blocks from Overture Hall, for just $4.25 per concert.
When you subscribe, you’re a part of the family. It begins with the August arrival of your Subscriber Welcome Kit, filled with tickets, exchange cards, calendar reminder stickers, and a wealth of information.
Questions? Call 608-257-3734 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance at any time. Or, visit us at our courtesy table in the Overture Hall lobby before all concerts. We want to ensure you have an optimal concert experience and love chatting with our guests.
Invite your friends on us. Order all eight subscription concerts and we’ll send you a pair of free ticket vouchers (one pair of vouchers per subscription household).
Save 10% on Extra Single Tickets
Single tickets for all subscription concerts are available exclusively to subscribers at 10% discount during Subscriber Courtesy Days, August 14-16, before they go on sale to the general public. Learn more about Subscriber Courtesy Days.