The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s popular holiday performances in December always sell out. Now, you have a chance to not only secure your seat, but to save 15% as well. Some of the concerts are very suitable for families with small children.
The Christmas in July sale prices are good through July 28th, as long as there are available seats left.
To take advantage of the offer:
- Visit the Symphony’s holiday concert page
- Choose the performances you wish to buy tickets for
- Enter the promo code HOLIDAYS in the box at the top of the page before you choose seats
2019 Atlanta Symphony holiday concerts
The following shows are eligible for the 15% discount through the Christmas in July sale.
- Home Alone in concert with the ASO
November 30th and December 1st
Watch the classic film on the big screen as the ASO performs the John Williams film score live.
- Christmas with the ASO
December 6th, 7th, and 8th
This is a choral concert with a youth choir.
- Handel’s Messiah
December 12th and 13th
A beloved holiday classic!
- A Flicker of Light on a Winter’s Night
Two afternoon matinees on December 15th (1:30 and 3 p.m.)
This children’s concert features child actors and choral groups.
- Cirque de la Symphonie
Artistic performances bring the magic of cirque to the concert hall.
Remember to enter promo code HOLIDAYS in the box at the top of the page before you choose seats. This way, you’ll see the discounted price for the seats you click on. And remember that sales tax and Ticketmaster fees will be applied at checkout.
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