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Lied Center Discount Ticket Package

Ticket packages for 10 concerts from the select list below are available at the reduced cost of $50 for adults and $25 for children, seniors & students. At the time of purchase, package subscribers may select any 10 concerts from the list of 12 below. All concerts in the reduced price ticket package series begin at 7:30 p.m. Reduced price season ticket packages may be purchased at the Lied Center Ticket Office or by phone at 785-864-2787. The Lied Center charges a $5 service fee for each order.

Concerts that may be selected for the 2015-2016 KU School of Music reduced priced ticket package are: KU Wind Ensemble (Oct. 6), Symphonic Band & Chamber Winds (Oct. 22), KU Symphony Orchestra Halloween Concert (Oct. 30), KU Wind Ensemble (Nov. 12), KU Symphony Orchestra (Nov. 23), KU University Band & Symphonic Band (Dec. 2), KU Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, & Jazz Ensemble I (Feb. 6), University Band & Symphonic Band (March 7), KU Choirs - Joy of Singing Concert (Mar. 31), KU Wind Ensemble (Apr. 18), University Band & Jazz Ensembles II & III (April 26), University Band & Jazz Ensembles II & III (Apr. 26), Symphonic Band (May 3).

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