February 23, 2017
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Free for Kids
Free for Kids invites young audiences to hear the Philharmonic with complimentary admission for ages 7-17. Free for Kids is made possible in part by the support of GE Johnson Construction Company and annual gifts from other generous donors.
How it works
Two Free for Kids tickets are available per regular-price adult ticket. Free for Kids tickets may be requested in person at the Pikes Peak Center box office.
Free for Kids Concerts
Symphonic Dances, September 18, 2016
Paul McCartney: Live and Let Die, September 23-24, 2016
Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini, October 15, 2016
Note: Parental guidance is advised due to adult themes.
Citizen Without a Country, October 23, 2016
The Great, November 13, 2016
Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, January 22, 2017
Swing, Swing, Swing!, April 1, 2017
Mahler 6, April 23, 2017
Texas Tenors, May 5, 2017
Carmina Burana, May 21, 2017
Terms of Sale
Free for Kids offers complimentary admission in seating levels 2-5 to young people ages 7-17 when accompanied by a regular-price adult ticket (offer excludes senior and military discounts). Up to two Free for Kids tickets are available per regular-price adult ticket. Free for Kids tickets are subject to sufficient ticket availability at select Philharmonic concerts and may not be combined with other offers. Other restrictions and/or exclusions may apply. For young people outside of the ages of participation in Free for Kids (7-17 years), student priced tickets are available. Philharmonic performances are not recommended for children under 7 years or who are unable to sit quietly for the duration of a concert. This policy is subject to change without notice.
Philharmonic subscribers must request Free for Kids tickets in person at the Pikes Peak Center box office and may be re-seated. Any price differences associated with upgraded seats will be charged to the subscriber, and no refunds are issued for moving to a lower priced seat.
Free for Kids is sponsored by: