Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get a ticket?
Select GET TICKETS (top right, home page) or TICKETS (beside available concert).
Fill out the form that arises, then select SUBMIT. Your ticket receipt will be emailed to the address you provided. Save it! Print this receipt or save it on you cell phone for ease of entry to the concert.
I'm not a Clinton resident. How do I get a ticket?
Non-Clinton residents may reserve tickets two weeks before the concert date.
I don't have an email address. How can I get a ticket?
Arrive one hour before the concert starts and place your name on a standby list. We usually are able to seat standbys.
How do I change or cancel my reserved seats?
Find your original Ticket Receipt email from email@example.com. Click on the “change your ticket reservation here” link and make your selection.
I can’t find or print my ticket.
Check your email (and junk & trash files) for an email from firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have your emailed receipt but are unable to print it, forward it to someone who is able to print and give it to you.
If those options fail, come to the concert one hour early for standby status.
I cancelled all of my tickets by mistake! What do I do now?
Start the process over.
Why can’t I get an assigned seat?
Seats are for general admission. Free tickets are distributed on a first come, first served basis with Clinton residents having first chance because George Flynn established his bequest for the people of Clinton, CT. Both of our auditoriums have excellent acoustics with not a bad seat in the house.
It appears the concert is SOLD OUT. Now what do I do?
Just show up an hour before the concert and place your name on a standby list. The odds are in your favor that we will find you a seat.
Are masks required?
For the safety of our artists and patrons, masks are recommended although not required. This policy may change as state or venue requirements change. Before the concert, please check our website for updates.