Ticket Returns/Donate Your Tickets
Individual concert purchases are non-refundable. Exchanges may be made for a per-ticket fee based on availablity. However, if you are unable to attend a concert, you may donate your tickets to the Symphony. The Box Office will then mail you a contribution receipt for donated tickets if received they are resold. You also can tear your tickets in half and fax a copy to (816) 471-0976 between 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday.
For questions please contact the Box Office at (816) 471-0400 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Automated Ticket Return Hotline
Our new automated Ticket Return Hotline makes ticket exchanges and donations easy and hassle-free.
You may call our automated Ticket Return Hotline 24 hours a day, but at least one hour prior to any performance you cannot attend. We will make these tickets available to patrons who otherwise would not be able to find a seat. You also may be eligible for a tax deduction for those tickets you return.
When leaving a message, please leave your name, customer number (on the left side of your ticket preceded by A#), the date of the performance, and the number of tickets you are returning.
Automated Ticket Return Hotline is (816) 218-2632
While most exchanges are free for subscribers, we regret that we cannot allow any exchanges into the following concerts during the 2013-2014 Season:
NOVEMBER 1-3, 2013: Saint-Saëns' Second Piano Concerto, Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet
JANUARY 10-12, 2014: Beethoven's Violin Concerto and Seventh Symphony
FEBRUARY 7-9, 2014: Scheherazade! And, Leon Fleisher Plays Ravel
MARCH 7-9, 2014: Joshua Bell, Plus Bartók Concerto for Orchestra
Symphony subscribers may still exchange out of the concerts mentioned above, and may exchange within these concert weekends, subject to availability. As always, subscribers will be responsible for paying the difference when exchanging into an upgraded seat.