Young Friends Unlimited Card | Various Center City Venues

By: Philadelphia Chamber Music Society  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Concerts

PCMS Young Friends Unlimited Card

If you're a young professional 35 years of age or younger, you can now attend all PCMS concerts for one flat fee.  Here's how it works:

  • Unlimited access to all PCMS concerts during the current season.  One ticket per cardholder.
  • Pick up your ticket at our will-call desk before the concert.

So what are the requirements?
Well, you must be 35 or younger with a valid DATED I.D.  So that we can make sure you are who you say you are, please bring your I.D. to the concert.

Sorry, but you can't transfer your tickets or your unlimited pass to your friends.  However, you can share news about this great deal with your friends, so they can come with you.   

I'm not sure, are there other options?

  • If you plan to attend just a few concerts, you can always purchase tickets to individual concerts at our everyday low prices ($17-23 per ticket, and even less by subscription). Also, be sure to sign up for the PCMS e-mail list and our popular Young Friends list to receive special ticket offers throughout the season. 

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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