2024 Locals Pass

The Locals Pass brings music to the community at significant discounts. 

Please note purchasers must be full-time local residents and present a state-issued ID showing residency in the Roaring Fork Valley. 


2024 Locals Pass


Seat selection advantage!  The Klein Music Tent is tiered at different price levels for Friday and Sunday orchestral concerts, but Locals Passholders may choose seats anywhere in the hall for the same low pass price.


Pre-sale!  Locals Passholders may call to purchase their pass and tickets in a special dedicated pre-sale on April 18 and 19, from noon to 4 pm. Call 970-925-9042.


Locals Pass Details:


There are no online pass sales; please call to purchase your pass. There are no deadlines so no need to order your pass before you are ready to order tickets using it. You may even order it in the summer!


The pass costs $85. One pass per person. Each pass offers the holder 10 discounted tickets. If you run out of tickets, you may purchase a Season Pass for additional discounted tickets.


To purchase tickets with your pass, simply contact the box office and the discounts will be automatically applied to your order.


  • Sunday Aspen Festival Orchestra concerts cost $30 (regularly $92/$75/$45)
    • $40 for July 14 and Final Sunday on August 18
  • Friday Aspen Chamber Symphony concerts cost $25 (regularly $92/$75/$45)
  • Recitals cost $20 (regularly $55-$85) with the following exceptions that each cost $30:
    • June 29 - Recital with Daniil Trifonov and Sergei Babayan (regularly $85)
    • July 30 - Recital with Sharon Isbin (regularly $75)
    • August 8 - Bach's Mass in B minor (regularly $85)
  • Saturday Chamber Music concerts cost $15 (regularly $45)
  • Operas
    • July 1 - Matthew Aucoin and Peter Sellars's Music for New Bodies costs $15 (regularly $40)
    • July 19 - Hansel and Gretel costs $30 (regularly $85/$50)
  • Opera Encounters in the Wheeler Opera House cost $20 (regularly $40) 
  • Aspen Conducting Academy Orchestra concerts cost $15 (regularly $20)
  • Harris Concert Hall Classes cost $15 (regularly $25)
  • Dress rehearsals cost $15 (regularly $20)
  • Wind Orchestra on July 2 and August 6 costs $15 (regularly $20)
  • Percussion Ensemble on July 29 costs $15 (regularly $25)


Tickets do not carry over to other seasons. Other terms include the following:

  • Passholders can purchase any number of tickets per concert, up to 10 over the course of the season.
  • Not valid for Special Events, Collaborations, House Musics, or Benefits



Qualifying for the Locals Pass:


As always, purchasers must present a state-issued ID showing full-time residency in the Roaring Fork Valley. To do this, you have two options:

  • By phone: You may send a photo of your state-issued ID verifying your local residency to localspass@aspenmusic.org after your order over the phone. Once the box office has seen your ID confirming local residency, your tickets will be sent to you or you may pick them up once the box office opens at Harris Hall in June.
  • In person: You may purchase your pass and tickets at the Harris Hall box office in person with your state-issued ID starting June 17. See full box office service details here.


The following are the only zip codes permitted to access the Locals Pass: 81611, 81612, 81615, 81656, 81654, 81693, 81621, 81628, 80693, 81623, 81601, 81602, 81642, 81647, 81652. If your state-issued ID does not contain one of these zip codes, you are ineligible for a Locals Pass. Other documents including leases, utility bills, and subscriptions are not valid for proof of residency.


Other important information:

  • The box office will be open by phone at 970-925-9042. Find more information on the box office days and hours HERE
  • Note: there is an $8 order fee for all orders, including online and in-person orders at the box office, which helps defray costs for box office technology and operations. We encourage you to plan and purchase your tickets in batches to save time and money!

For more information, email tickets@aspenmusic.org.


Pass Exclusions


Passes do not apply to these events; tickets need to be purchased at full price:

  • Opera: Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro (August 12, 15, and 17)
  • Special Events
    • An Evening with Chris Thile mandolin and Orchestra (June 27)
    • A Fauré Evening with Joshua Bell violin, Steven Isserlis cello, and Jeremy Denk piano (July 13)
    • As We Speak with Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer bass, Zakir Hussain tabla, and Rakesh Chaurasia bansuri (July 17)
    • A Recital by the Zukerman Trio (July 31)
    • A Recital by Leonidas Kavakos violin and Daniil Trifonov piano (August 17)
  • Collaborations
    • The Science of Music: The Art and Science of Musical Peak Performance (July 15)
    • The Science of Music Neural Notes: Music and the Brain (July 22)
    • Fiddler on the Roof In Concert (July 23)
  • House Musics
  • Artist Dinners
  • Benefits