Season & Festival Passes
Save up to 25% with a Season or Festival Pass. Choose the price point that best fits your budget, and Season Pass holders never pay fees!
The Early Bird Deadline for the Festival Pass (pay no fees!) is April 17. Interest-free payment plans available through July 2020.*
Save up to 25% with the ultimate package.
- Premium Seating—$700
- Standard Seating—$475
- Value Seating—$225
Includes the entire season of five performances: Woman with Eyes Closed, Macbeth, El Cimarrón, Oedipus Rex, and Tosca
Get the Best Benefits with a Season Pass
- Be at the front of the line for the best seats in the house
- Your choice of performances and dates
- Access to VIP Services concierge hotline
- No handling fees
- Complimentary ticket exchanges
- Invitations to Private Sales
Added Value with Your Ticket Purchase
- Performance Extras: Opera Overtures, Talkbacks, Community Conversations
- Ticket Insurance: complimentary ticket replacements
Order early to lock in the best seats at the best prices! Ticket prices will increase based on demand.
Seating priority is based on current donor level, number of years as a donor, number of years as a subscriber, package type, and date order is received.
Casting, program, schedule, and pricing subject to change without notice. Deposited checks or charges do not guarantee seating availability.
Deposited checks or charges do not guarantee seating availability.
*Convenient Payment Plans: payment plans are available through July 2020 only with credit card purchase. If paying by installments, the full amount of any contribution and processing fee will be charged with your first installment. If you wish to apply a payment plan towards your contribution, please contact Guest Services at 215.732.8400.
Obstructed View/No Supertitle Seating Options: Interested in discounted pricing available for obstructed view or no-supertitle seating in the Academy of Music? Please contact Guest Services at 215.732.8400.
The Academy of Music and Perelman Theater are part of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.