Student Card

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The Dallas Symphony Student Card provides access to FREE concert tickets to elementary, middle school and high school students.

Ticket Availability

Throughout the season, the Dallas Symphony will publish which performances are available to Student Card holders on this page.

Each student card entitles the student to two (2) FREE tickets to the concerts listed below, plus a 25% discount on any additional tickets for those concerts.

Student card holders access their free and discounted tickets by:

  • Entering the card # listed on the back of their card during the online purchase process
  • Calling (214.TIX.4DSO) or contacting our Guest Services team.

Student Card Purchases

Students who didn’t receive a card through one of our education programs are eligible to purchase one for $25 through our Guest Services team.

Student Cards purchased through the DSO must be picked up in person from the Dallas Symphony Box Office during normal business hours or directly prior to the performance. Your first two complimentary tickets will be included in your order. Please bring your student ID to pick up your card.

Once you have the card, you can request tickets to additional concerts here.

Available Concert Dates

Regina Carter | Jazz Series

Explore the power of music through the voice of the violin with virtuoso Regina Carter. Featuring a sound that transcends genres, she is widely hailed for her mastery on the violin and her drive to expand its possibilities. Performing many styles of music from jazz, R&B, Latin, classical, blues, country, pop, African, and every musical genre in between, she has cemented herself as a true pioneer of her instrument.

Oct. 21

Mendelssohn & Elgar

The spirited prelude to Wagner’s comic opera The Mastersingers of Nuremberg highlights his uncanny ability to build suspense with powerful orchestral tuttis and pregnant pauses.

Oct. 28

Día de los Muertos Concert

Join us for a vibrant Day of the Dead concert and celebration featuring traditional Latin American music and culture, dazzling guests artists, colorful festivities and fun-filled events for the whole family.

Oct. 31

Patriotic Pops Veteran’s Day Celebration

Join conductor Jeff Tyzik for this uplifting tribute honoring our nation’s men and women in uniform.

Nov. 12

Bartók & Beethoven

Experience nature and love through music during this concert. Debussy’s sublime suite uses musical impressionism to evoke the gradual blossoming and eventual birth of nature in springtime.

Nov. 18

Dallas Symphony Christmas Pops

The beloved tradition continues with the Dallas Symphony Chorus performing transcendent anthems, classical holiday favorites and sing-along carols.

Dec. 3

Christmas With Cantus

In a “powerfully poetic Christmas program,” the all-male vocal ensemble presents familiar holiday carols alongside narrated passages from The Little Matchstick Girl, Christmas or The Good Fairy and The Nutcracker.

Dec. 6