Family Connections

Introducing our new Family Connections Program:
Free Tickets For Kids and Teens 8-18

Don't get a sitter, bring the kids with you!

The Seattle Symphony is taking the bold step to invite young people ages 8-18 to attend
Masterworks Season and Seattle Pops series* performances FREE with the purchase of an adult ticket. The program is called "Family Connections" and it's an initiative of our Music Director, Ludovic Morlot, who has a passion for igniting the spark of imagination in young audiences and making symphony experiences more available to families.

*Please note that Family Connections tickets are not available for Seattle Pops: Home for the Holidays on December 5-8, 2013.

View our season brochure for a listing of Masterworks Season and Seattle Pops series concerts.

How does it work?

Free Family Connections passes are like "companion tickets." When you purchase a regularly priced ticket in sections C, D and E for yourself, you may request up to two Family Connections passes per order, for kids and teens ages 8-18.

Family Connections passes will become available three weeks prior to each concert date.

Family Connections passes may be used by parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, music teachers, mentorsanyone who brings a child ages 8-18 to a Masterworks or Seattle Pops concert.

The Seattle Symphony is making available 60 tickets for each of the 53 Masterworks Season and 20 Seattle Pops series performances in the 2013-2014 season, for a total of 4,380 free tickets.

Family Connections passes will be specially marked tickets that must be used by kids and teens ages 8-18.

Family Connections passes are subject to availability; no adjustments for previous purchases. Prices subject to change.

Family Connections passes are available by phone and in-person only at the Seattle Symphony Ticket Office.

How to order:

PHONE: 206.215.4747 or 1.866.833.4747 (toll-free)

IN PERSON: Visit us at the corner of Third Avenue & Union Street; Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 1pm-6pm; 2 hours prior to performances through intermission.