Princeton University Concerts offers a unique one-of-a-kind experience for students. Through classroom visits, curricular connections, world premieres, large scale inter-disciplinary collaborations, master classes, residencies and one-on-one contact with professional musicians, students’ lives are transformed by musical engagement.
University Ticketing is open for students to purchase tickets in person at the Frist Campus Center Box Office, open Monday through Saturday 11AM-5PM or, if available, at the Concert Venue Box Office two hours prior to each concert.
Princeton’s Passport to the Arts program allows students to attend a number of world-class arts events each year at no cost. Each year, every student is given 8 Passports, of which:
Students can purchase tickets to PUC events for FREE using a Tiger Ticket for concerts with student ticket prices of $10 or above (Concert Classics, Beethoven String Quartet, PUC125), or using a Princeton Pass for tickets less than $10 (All in the Family, Richardson Chamber Players).
The TigerCard website allows students to keep track of their remaining Passports. If you run out, student tickets are only $10! It’ll never be this wallet-friendly post-graduation.
Questions about free tickets? Contact University Ticketing at (609) 258-9220 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sometimes some of the best seats in the house become available at the last minute, and will be reserved exclusively for Princeton University students! Look out for an email in the days prior to the performance to exchange your tickets for better seats, or stop by the venue box office before the performance.
Introduced in the 2016-2017 season, Princeton University students may purchase single tickets to any of our events before they go on sale to the general public. To reserve seats for the 2019-20 season, call the Concert Office at (609) 258-2800, or download an order form and email it to us.
- Dasha Koltunyuk, Class of 2015
“I can honestly say that Richardson Auditorium has been the most inspiring classroom during my time at Princeton. Here I have learned from world-class musicians, surrounded by wonderful friends ... which is why, for me, Princeton University Concerts is the greatest concert series in the world.”
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