Aspen Music Festival And School

2022 Locals Pass

We are pleased to be able to offer the Locals Pass again in 2022 and bring 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. See more details below.
 

2022 Locals Pass Information

  • There are no online pass sales; please call to purchase your pass.

  • The pass costs $70. One pass per person. If you run out of tickets, you may purchase a Season Pass for discounted tickets or purchase at full price.

  • With this pass, locals can purchase 10 tickets to concerts at a discount. Discounts are as follows:
    • Sunday Aspen Festival Orchestra concerts cost $30 (regularly $85
      • $40 for Final Sunday concert on August 21
    • Friday Aspen Chamber Symphony concerts cost $25 (regularly $82)
    • Recitals cost $20 (regularly $55-$75) 
      • $30 for Sharon Isbin on August 6 and Melissa White with Four Seasons on August 11
    • Faculty Chamber Music concerts cost $15 (regularly $45)
    • Operas
      • Falstaff starring Bryn Terfel costs $40 (regularly $60; discount not available on premium seating)
      • Don Giovanni costs $30 (regularly $50; discount not available on premium seating)
    • Opera Encounters in the Wheeler Opera House cost $20 (regularly $40) 
    • Aspen Conducting Academy Orchestra concerts cost $15 (regularly $25)
    • Harris Concert Hall Classes cost $15 (regularly $25)
    • Dress rehearsals cost $15 (regularly $20)
    • Wind Orchestra on July 13 is free for passholders
       
  • Patrons may purchase up to 10 discounted tickets over the course of the season, tickets do not carry over to other season. 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, The Sound of Music, House Musics, or Benefits
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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:
  • 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 held at will-call per your preference.
  • You may purchase your pass and come to the Harris Hall box office in person with your state-issued ID starting June 20. See full box office service details here. Once the box office has seen your ID confirming local residency, you may purchase tickets in person.
 
The following are the only zip codes permitted to access the Locals Pass. 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: 81611, 81612, 81615, 81656, 81654, 81621, 81628, 80693, 81623, 81601, 81602, 81642.
 

Other important information

  • Concert protocols will be determined based on current circumstances.
  • The box office will be open by phone at 970-925-9042 starting April 11 for locals passholders. The box office will open in person starting June 20. Find hours and more information 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 staffing.
 
For more information, email tickets@aspenmusic.org.
 
We look forward to enjoying music together with you this summer.

Robert Spano, Music Director

Alan Fletcher, President and CEO