The colours indicate availability for the price shown as follows:
Green - Good availability,
Yellow - Limited availability,
Red - Fewer than 10 seats left,
Red with a line through the price - Sold-out.
Please note that:
Seats for wheelchair users may still be available even though all prices have a line through them.
Only standard prices are listed; some venues may offer concessionary prices.
Although a concert appears as sold-out, you might be able to get a return or day-seat ticket.
To get information on returns, please contact the venue or provide us with your email address, and we will keep you up to date when this occurs.
Are all ticket prices shown?
Ticket prices are standard published prices (excluding those annoying extras such as booking fees and credit card charges).
However, some venues may have concessionary, group discount, series discount or other forms of discounted ticket prices. Please check with the venue for more information.
Also, if the venue has more than eight price categories for a concert or if there are relatively few seats available at a certain price, only a selection of prices will appear here.
Why doesn’t the search work?
Unless you give us some more details, we don’t know. However, do try to use the ‘Reset Criteria’ button and the problem may disappear. Furthermore, the most annoying feature of the website search is selecting ‘Piano’ and not seeing any concerts with categories such as ‘Piano Concerto’ and ‘Piano Recital’. The reason for this is that your browser has a great built-in ’Find’ option. For example: type: ‘Control+F’ followed by ‘piano’ and the browser will locate this information for you. Nevertheless, please do inform us if there seems to be a genuine problem with the search facility of the website.
Why can’t I find categories such as flute, bassoon or oboe?
There are not enough concerts that specifically mention these instruments in order for them to have a category of their own.
Do use the built-in ‘Find’ (Control+F) function to find individual instruments.
Brass includes:Horn, Trombone, Trumpet and Tuba.
Strings (other) includes: Double Bass, Guitar, Harp, Viola and Viola da Gamba
Where are the venues and what do the Venue Logos represent?
The current list of venues and their logos:
Please check with the venue if you would like informaton regarding the copyright of these logos.
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