ESO 24/25 Season FAQ

ESO 24/25 Season FAQ

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The deadline to renew your existing series seats for the 2024/2025 season was Wednesday, May 8, 2024. If you wish to purchase now, please purchase a new series here or contact our Box Office. Compose Your Own packages will be available starting in June. Check back soon for more details.

You can purchase a new subscription at any time, starting now. Click here to explore our 2024/2025 subscription packages.

A Compose Your Own allows you to choose three or four concerts from the Classics series, the Robbins Pops series, and the New Music series. There are 18 Classics, 7 Pops, and 3 New Music programs to choose from – you pick the concerts you want, on the dates you want! Compose Your Own packages offer savings of 10% compared to single ticket prices. Compose Your Own packages for the 2024/25 season go on sale in June. Check back soon for more details.

Yes! You may mix Robbins Pops, Classics, and New Music concerts into one Compose Your Own package.

We understand that things can change. You can cancel your subscription anytime up until just before the first concert in your series.

A subscription is for a curated series featuring set concerts with set dates. You pay for it upfront or split it into two payments. Members pay a monthly fee for membership status, which then allows them to purchase tickets to ESO concerts anytime they want for as many concerts as they want for only an additional $10 a ticket. Learn more about ESO Monthly Memberships here.

If you are already an ESO Member, your ESO Monthly Membership will automatically renew on July 3, 2024. If you would like to purchase a new membership, you can do so here.

You may start booking your membership tickets on July 17, 2024, during the exclusive presale for subscribers and Members. Members will receive their presale code the morning of July 17 via email. You can book all of your concert seats for the entire season at one time or throughout the season – whichever you prefer!

Yes! You can subscribe to a series or multiple series, and you can also add on an ESO Monthly Membership if you would like to purchase tickets to concerts outside of your subscription package.

Yes! Monthly members may purchase $10 member tickets to ESO Specials. To view ESO Specials, click here.

As the Hawrelak Park renovations continue, we will hold Symphony Under The Sky at Snow Valley Ski Club from August 21-24. Subscription packages are now available. There will be an exclusive presale for subscribers and members starting on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at 10 AM. Subscribers and Members will receive their presale code the morning of May 21. Single tickets go on sale to the public on Thursday, May 23, 2024, at 10 AM MT.

Yes, you can exchange ESO tickets for any other ESO performances. An exchange fee may apply. Subscribers and ESO Monthly Members can exchange tickets without paying an exchange fee. Subscribers and Members get early access to exchanges, starting on July 17, 2024, at 10 AM MT. Contact the Box Office by emailing or calling 780.428.1414 to exchange tickets.

The subscriber presale for single tickets begins on Wednesday, July 17, 2024, at 10 AM MT. Subscribers will receive their presale code the morning of July 17 via email.

Public single ticket sales begin on Wednesday, July 26, 2023, at 10 AM MT.

Our Box Office has phone hours Monday to Friday from 10 AM to 4 PM. If you would like to meet with a Box Office representative in person at the Winspear, please call or email us to arrange a time. We are also open for walk-ins beginning 75 minutes before scheduled events. For contact information, click here.

Yes! We have listened to your feedback and increased the number of Classical programs we offer to allow for more variety. We have 18 Classical programs this season. Five programs - Fauré’s Requiem (Nov 8), The Nutcracker & Mozart (Nov 28), Beethoven, Liszt & Piano (April 24), The Complete Beethoven Concertos: Part 1 (May 2) and The Complete Beethoven Concertos: Part 2 (May 3) only have one performance each. The other 13 programs have 2-3 performances each. Four of the Classics programs have a shorter counterpart in the Pairings series.