SAN ANTONIO— The San Antonio Symphony announced today details of new plans for its 2020-21 performance season, the Symphony’s 81st. The SAS will offer socially distanced in-person concerts beginning in February 2021. Plans will be announced for new streaming attendance options in the coming weeks….
We are excited to announce our reprogrammed and reimagined concert offerings to begin in February 2021!
2020-21 Ticketing Policies
At this time, single ticket purchases are suspended.
If you have purchased subscription(s) to our previously scheduled 2020-21 Season, a Symphony representative will contact you personally in the coming weeks to discuss your options and tickets. If you have any urgent questions, please email email@example.com
Unrenewed subscribers will receive a 2020-21 Season packet in December that includes programming for the season and details on how to access the virtual performances.
San Antonio Symphony Subscription Box Office Hours
The SAS Subscription Box Office may be contacted by phone between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday, at 210-554-1051. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The The San Antonio Symphony Subscription Box Office remains closed for walk-in services. Please note that the SAS Subscription Box Office will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving November 23 – 27.
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