Subscriber Benefits & Information
Being an ASO Subscriber brings many pleasures. Besides experiencing the thrill and joy of live performances in Symphony Hall, you will also enjoy the conveniences that make your evening complete: nearby pre-paid parking options, Woodruff Arts Center campus-wide discounts, the intrinsic benefit of supporting Atlanta's musical ambassador to the world, and the shared pride that comes from being a vital part of our renowned ensemble. Thank you!
- Subscribers receive a 10% discount on additional single tickets to any Delta Classical and Family concerts. Present your subscriber ID card at the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office, order by phone at 404.733.5000 or online at aso.org.
- ASO subscribers are eligible for a 10% discount on single tickets to performances at the Alliance Theatre. Simply present your subscriber ID card at the Woodruff Box Office. For more information on specific performances please call 404.733.5000.
- ASO subscribers receive 10% off admission to the High Museum of Art. Present your subscriber ID Card at the ticketing desk at the High. Some restrictions may apply.
- Present your subscriber ID card at The Symphony Store for a 10% Discount.
- Enjoy a pre-concert meal with 10% off food purchases when dining at Twelve Eighty – Inspired Dining for ASO subscribers.
Enjoy a unique opportunity to go behind the scenes and hear the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in rehearsal. Observe firsthand the artistic collaboration between the Orchestra, conductors, guest artists and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus as they prepare for concerts in Atlanta Symphony Hall. Complimentary for $50+ donors and subscribers. For more information, please call 404.733.4839.
Flexible Ticket Exchanges! As a benefit to our Atlanta Symphony Orchestra subscribers, there is NO fee charged for exchanging within Delta Classical Series Concerts, you only pay the difference if you are exchanging for higher-priced tickets.
Additional Concert Information
Latecomers will be seated at an appropriate interval in the concert program. Reserved seats are not guaranteed after the performance starts. Latecomers may be seated in the back out of courtesy to the musicians and other patrons.
Concert Changes or Cancellations
In the case of a program change or concert cancellation, we will contact you via email and phone. Please be sure you have updated contact information on file so you will receive these communications.
Can’t Attend a Concert?
If you cannot use or exchange your tickets, please pass them on to friends or donate them back to the Orchestra. To donate your tickets, please call the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office at 404.733.5000 at least one hour prior to performance time. The Woodruff Arts Center Box Office can take the location of your seats and make them available to waiting patrons. A receipt acknowledging the value of your tickets will be issued to you in January for all seats donated for re-sale.
Should you lose or misplace your subscription tickets, please call the Season Tickets Office at 404.733.4800 at the earliest possible date so that a duplicate set of tickets may be issued. Lost tickets cannot be exchanged.
Program notes to the Orchestra's Delta Classical Concerts are available on the Orchestra website, aso.org. Program Notes are posted about three weeks prior to each Delta Classical concert. Be sure to sign up for the e-mail club, too. Our e-mail club provides a convenient reminder of your concert and a link to program notes.
Plan Your Visit
If this is your first visit to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, we recommend arriving 30 minutes early so you can easily park, get your bearings, visit the Symphony Store, enjoy refreshments in the lobby, and comfortably find your seat prior to the concert.
What should I wear?
There is no dress code, so concertgoers are encouraged to wear whatever suits them, from casual to formal. Either way, you¹ll feel right at home. Intermission: Most concerts are 90 minutes to two hours long with a 15 to 20-minute intermission. However, there may not be an intermission if the concert has only one featured work, so it¹s best to check the program book when you arrive. Atlanta Symphony Hall ushers are at your service to answer any questions.
Save each time you park. Pre-paid parking is available to our subscribers in the Woodruff Arts Center Garage for $16 and can be purchased through our Season Tickets Office at 404.733.4800, in person at the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office or online at aso.org. Add parking to your current subscription concerts or additional concerts, such as Coca-Cola Holiday and Special concerts.
Please Note: The Woodruff Arts Center Garage is used by patrons of the High Museum of Art, the Alliance Theatre and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Many exciting events occur on the same evening, and parking is limited. Those patrons with pre-paid parking passes will be honored. Parking passes are also available for Woodruff Valet Parking. Other parking options include Colony Square Parking Garage on Peachtree Street and Promenade Parking Garage on 15th Street.