Concert Series Tickets
Tickets to Concert Series performances are $5.00 (students w/ID) and $10.00 (general admission). Tickets are available at each business location for Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon Concert Series performances at least two weeks before each Series.
The YSSO organization extends its thanks and appreciation to the owners and staff of the businesses listed below for assisting the YSSO organization by selling tickets to Concert Series performances. When you visit these businesses please thank them for their support of the YSSO!
Winter 2016 Concert Series Ticket Outlet Locations
Paddington Station, 125 East Main Street, Ashland
Tom's Guitars, 1103 North Riverside Avenue, Medford
Oregon Books & Games, 150 NE E Street, Grants Pass
Advance tickets for the Winter Concert Series performances on February 19, 20 & 21, 2016, are available at each of the locations listed above until approximately 3 hours before concert time. Remaining tickets are sold at each concert.
Tickets for performances at the Craterian Theater at the Collier Center are available through the Craterian Theater box office (541-779-3000).
The YSSO box office located inside the lobby at the Oregon Center for the Arts SOU Music Department Building will open one hour before concert time.
Theater Box Office (for tickets to Craterian performances only)
61 South Bartlett Street, Medford
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Performing Arts Access Initiative
The Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon is pleased to be a participating organization in the Performing Arts Access initiative. When Concert Series tickets are available, the YSSO will offer two $5.00 Concert Series tickets for YSSO performances at the Craterian Theater in Medford to anyone presenting an Oregon Trail Card from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). To purchase tickets please visit the Craterian Theater box office (61 South Bartlett Street, Medford). The Oregon Trail Card card must be presented at the time of purchase. To see a list of the organizations participating in the Performing Arts Access initiative, click here.