Ticketing & Policies
Continued Masking & COVID-19 Vaccination Policies, Updated September 1, 2022
Welcome back! We are committed to ensuring the extended comfort of our community and the protection of our most vulnerable attendees. For the safety of fellow audience members, performers, and our staff, we thank you for your sensitivity, kindness, and support in respecting the protocols below as we all get ready for our dose of music!
For the health of our entire community of music lovers, masks at our performances are strongly encouraged.
As per Princeton University COVID-19 policies, all campus visitors must be either fully vaccinated, have recently received and prepared to show proof of a negative COVID test (via PCR within 72 hours or via rapid antigen within 8 hours of the scheduled visit), or agree to wear a face covering when indoors and around others.
IF YOU DON’T FEEL WELL
If you have any onset symptoms of COVID-19, please do not attend your scheduled event at Princeton University Concerts. To receive assistance with your unused tickets, please email email@example.com or call 609-258-2800.
This year, our ticket policies are designed with maximum flexibility in mind. Should a change in policy or public health conditions make you uncomfortable with your ticket purchase for any reason, we will be happy to issue a refund or exchange upon request. We hope to make you feel as comfortable as possible and are grateful for your continued patience and cooperation as we work together to ensure the safety of our community.
All policies are subject to change should public health conditions and guidelines shift. Ticket holders will be notified via email of any such changes, and updates will continue to be posted on this page.
How to Buy Tickets
Every season, Princeton University Concerts offers a variety of ticketing options for maximum convenience and flexibility. This includes single tickets, full subscriptions, and make-your-own packages.
Single tickets are available for purchase. If you are interested in several events, you can save on single ticket prices by subscribing to a full series or making your own package of 3+ concerts.
Sign-up for our mailing list to stay updated on all ticket announcements.
All students can access discounted tickets to all of our offerings! Princeton University Students also enjoy special ticketing initiatives. Students over the age of 10 will be asked to present a valid ID.
Can’t Use Your Tickets?
Don’t let your seats go empty! Pass your tickets on to friends or donate them to the Concert Office so that others may enjoy the experience. Contact us to donate your tickets by 3PM on the concert day. Current subscribers will receive a donation acknowledgement letter for their taxes.
Richardson Seating Chart
The Fine Print
Please note that all programs and artists are subject to change.