Subscribers enjoy great Art
- Subscribers receive top ticketing priority!
- More flexibility!
- No limit on tickets! Need just a pair for one concert, but plan to take the whole family to another? As a subscriber, you can order as many tickets as you like to performances at special subscriber savings, so long as you order a minimum of 4 performances.
- No-charge ticket exchange privileges!
- Early notice of events and specials!
Questions about Subscriber Benefits? Call the Ticket Office at 540 338-7973.
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How Orders are Filled
Get your orders in as soon as possible for best seats! Subscribers receive top ticketing priority. Seats may vary from one performance to another. Subscription tickets will be mailed no later than two weeks prior to the date of your first performance.
Subscriber Returns and Exchanges
Subscribers enjoy certain priveleges that single ticke buyers do not. Subscribers may exchange their subscription tickets for another performance within the Subscription Season with no exchange fee. To exchange, return your tickets by mail or in person by 5 pm the day of performance for evening performances, and by 5 pm the previous business day for matinee performances. Please call the Box Office at 540-338-7973 for detailed instructions on how to exchange tickets.
Frequently Asked Questions about Subscribing
Q; Why can’t I order my subscription online?
A: Unfortunately, our online system does not accomodate the discounting feature to allow subscription sales online. To subscribe, you simply need to call us at 540-338-7973.
Q: Why can’t you take my credit card over the phone to complete my subscription order?
A: County of Loudoun policy does not allow us to take a credit card by phone. (for security purposes) We will process your order and e-mail you a link to complete your subscription online–you can print your tickets at that time. Or you can come into our box office and we can process you order completely in person.
Q: Why are there shows where all tickets are sold online and other shows where only a certain number of tickets are sold online and the remaining tickets must be purchased using another method?
A: Our rental arts groups allow us only a fixed number of tickets to sell online. After that number of tickets are sold, the rental group must sell the remaining tickets themselves either by using will call or their own ticketing system. We are working on a possible solution to this issue, but not in time for this season.