What to Expect

Most Longmont Symphony Orchestra performances are at Vance Brand Civic Auditorium in Skyline High School, Stewart Auditorium in the Longmont Museum, Westview Presbyterian Church, and Thompson Park.

There are many ways to support the LSO. Visit our Supporting the LSO page to learn how you can help as a volunteer, donate or sponsor, or join our board, staff, or orchestra!

You can purchase tickets and learn details of each concert by starting on our Concerts & Events page.
Subscription packages are available now through October 7th.
Single tickets go on sale July 29th.

When you subscribe you receive your same seats for each concert, a 20% discount off single ticket prices, pre-sale access to Nutcracker tickets, and more. You can sign up for a season subscription here through October 7th.

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It is best to arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled performance begins. This leaves time for parking, picking up tickets, visiting the restroom and finding your seat.

In consideration of the comfort and listening pleasure of a seated audience, patrons who arrive after the concert begins will be asked to any available seat near the rear of the auditorium or in the balcony until intermission.

Handicapped parking is located directly in front of the main entrance to Vance Brand Civic Auditorium and the Longmont Museum’s Stewart Auditorium. Wheelchair seating and companion seats are available for all performances. LSO Ushers will be stationed at the doors to help. Please contact the LSO box office at 303-772-5796 or info@longmontsymphony.org for more information.

Please be sure to silence your cell phone and all other electronic devices upon entering the auditorium.  Also, please avoid talking during a performance. Consideration of your neighbors allows everyone to enjoy the concert.

The LSO strives to ensure an enjoyable listening environment for all guests. We rely on parents and guardians to take responsibility for the behavior of the child in their care, which includes the listening experience of nearby guests.

The LSO strives to ensure an enjoyable listening environment for all guests. We rely on parents and guardians to take responsibility for the behavior of the child in their care, which includes the listening experience of nearby guests.

The taking of photographs and the recording of Longmont Symphony Orchestra concerts is strictly prohibited.

Please direct any suggestions or concerns you may have to info@longmontsymphony.org or 303-772-5796.