Have a question regarding concert ticketing? It may be answered below. Alternatively, please contact our Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 9929 9600 (Monday to Friday between 10am and 5pm).
Most Melbourne Symphony Orchestra tickets can be purchased through this website, via phone or at the event venue. Head to each event page to purchase tickets online, or call (03) 9929 9600 (Mon - Fri, 10am - 5pm) to speak to the MSO Box Office.
All ticket purchases are finalised once payment is received, and no refunds can be made after this time unless an event is cancelled, rescheduled or significantly re-located. Please review our Terms and Conditions for more information.
Most tickets purchased through the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra may be exchanged to attend another performance within the same concert season, for a fee, by contacting the MSO Box Office. For more information about exchanging your tickets see our Terms & Conditions.
Please contact the outlet where you purchased the tickets.
If your tickets were purchased through this website or over the phone please contact our Box Office on (03) 9929 9600 for further assistance. Alternatively, you can see the Box Office counter prior to the concert and receive a lost ticket pass.
Yes. Any attendee under 18 years of age is eligible for a child ticket.
We also offer a student membership program which provides students 18 years or older access to discounted tickets. A Student Membership is $25 and includes one free ticket.
Alternatively, if you’re aged between 18 and 35, our Friends of the MSO Under 35s membership offers access to discounted tickets to a range of concerts throughout the year, plus other benefits.
We love seeing young people enjoying music at our concerts, and have introduced a $20 Child Price for children aged 0-17. These $20 tickets are available for most MSO performances across all reserves, until allocation exhausted. If $20 child price tickets are not available for a performance, the concession rate applies for attendees under the age of 18.
If you’d like to ask about the suitability of an MSO concert for your child, feel free to call our Box Office on (03) 9929 9600.
means-tested Government issued concession card holders. These include age pension, disability support pension, Newstart, supporting parent pension and seniors healthcare card holders
Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) White and Gold cards
Seniors card concessions are available only for concerts at Iwaki Auditorium (where available), St Patrick's Cathedral and Melbourne Town Hall performances.
School concessions are available to all parties of teachers, students and parents booking as one group in the name of a school for Geelong, Monash and Metropolis series concerts. Learn more about our programs for schools here.
Proof of eligibility for a concession must be shown at the time of purchase and be on hand at each performance. Concession tickets booked online must be collected at the performance with proof of eligibility presented.
Companion Card-holders are eligible for a complimentary companion ticket to all performances.
To book, please call our Box Office team on (03) 9929 9600, between the hours of 10am–5pm, Monday to Friday. Please note, Companion Card tickets can only be collected at the venue once a valid Companion Card has been presented.
We offer discounts for groups of 10 or more attendees, unless otherwise specified*.
Group discounts are available for both subscription series and single ticket purchases. For subscriptions, you will pay one reserve lower than your ticket. For single ticket bookings, there is a 15% discount off the standard price.
*Some performances may not be available for group bookings.
For further information, please contact the MSO Box Office on (03) 9929 9600.