Are you 35 or under? Kind of interested in classical music? Always wanted to go to the symphony but never got around to it?
Also, are you on a tight budget?
If so, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra has a deal for you. The VSO – one of Canada’s largest and oldest symphonies – is offering a unique “all-access” pass for people ages 35 or under or full-time students. Sign up and you can nab tickets to one of the VSO’s more than 150 yearly concerts for the bargain price of $15. (A shout-out to Vancouver is Awesome’s “Cheap Stuff” column for putting this on our radar.)
The TD All-Access Pass is meant to give young people a chance to experience live classical music at a fraction of the usual costs. Anyone who meets the criteria can sign up for a free membership. Then, you’re able to purchase up to two tickets per concert for just $15 each. Tickets can be for any section, excluding the dress circle (i.e. the front-row seats). Continue reading:
Get tickets to the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra for $15