Tickets

Buy Ticket Online or Order by Phone

Tickets will be mailed to the address you provide. Tickets ordered the week of the concert will be held in Will Call located inside The Palace Theatre lobby. Handling fees are also applied at checkout. The box office opens the evening of the concert at 6:30 p.m.

WSO Ticket Prices

During the season, tickets may also be purchased over the phone by calling (724) 837-1850 or in person at 951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg, PA 15601 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please note Opera Box seats are sold only by phone due to the extremely limited number available. Cash, credit cards (MC, Visa and Discover) and checks are accepted at the WSO office.

For large group (more than 15) ticketing, please call (724) 837-1850.

Ticket sales are final; sorry, no refunds.


Student Rush Tickets

We welcome college students to attend our classical concerts! Student Rush tickets are $5 each and are available for our four classical concerts one hour before the concert beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Palace Theatre box office. A valid student ID must be presented and the offer is one ticket per ID. Tickets are best available – some seating areas may be excluded. They are not valid on previously purchased tickets or in combination with other offers.


Subscriptions: Four or Five Concert Option

Why Subscribe? Become a member of the WSO subscriber family and enjoy maximum savings AND flexibility! You’ll enjoy:

  • Ticket prices 15% lower than if purchased as single tickets.
  • Half-price child/student subscriptions (with an adult order).
  • Complimentary replacement for lost tickets.
  • Receive a free ticket voucher for use at a classical concert of your choice.
  • Qualify for priority renewal opportunities for the next exciting WSO Season.

Change plans? Can’t attend a concert? Exchange your tickets for a future concert OR return the tickets before 3 p.m. the Friday before a concert and receive a receipt for a tax deduction.

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