How to buy concert tickets

Ordering ONLINE

You can order tickets online with a credit card or PayPal. Select the type and number of tickets you’d like to order and press “Add to Cart.”

Scroll up to see your shopping cart in the upper right hand corner of the webpage. View the contents of your cart by pressing the shopping cart button. When you are finished adding tickets to your cart, press the cart button to check out.

Ordering by Phone

If it’s possible for you, we ask that you order tickets online. It saves you a stamp, saves us time, and helps us provide better customer service. If you would like to order tickets by phone, call us to leave a message with your name and phone number.

Ordering by MAIL

If it’s possible for you, we ask that you order tickets online. It saves you a stamp, saves us time, and helps us provide better customer service. If you would like to order tickets by mail, make your check payable to Bach Society of Dayton and indicate which concert(s) you'd like to attend.

RECEIVING your TICKETS

When you buy concert tickets a week or more before a concert, we'll send them to you through the mail.  When you buy tickets less than a week before the concert, we'll place them in Will Call for you to pick up at the concert.

When you buy season tickets May through August, we’ll send them to you by September.

TICKET PRICES

A season subscription to every concert in the season is $75. Single concert tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for active military, $15 for students, and free for children 12 and under.  Group tickets for 10 or more people are $20.

TICKET DISCOUNTS

During the 2019-2020 season, Culture Works and WYSO discounts are available for Haydn and More (in November), Divine (in March), and Magnificat (in May).  Culture Works and WYSO discounts are not available for Sweet Sounds of the Holidays (in December).  Group discounts are also not available for Sweet Sounds of the Holidays.

FREE ADMISSION for kids

Children 12 and under attend our concerts for free.

TICKET refundS

As a small nonprofit (and mostly volunteer-run) organization, we lack the financial and human resources to offer refunds on purchased tickets. All sales are final. If a patron holds an unused ticket, we encourage them to donate it or sell it to a friend.