Attending a Concert
Sun Valley Summer Symphony concerts are admission-free. The Sun Valley Summer Symphony is the largest free-admission symphony in the United States funded almost completely by contributions. Thank you!
Take the Bus
- MOUNTAIN RIDES BLUE ROUTE BUS: Free from Warm Springs, downtown Ketchum and Elkhorn Springs. Stops at Pavilion Lot.
- VALLEY ROUTE BUS: Nominal charge from Bellevue and Hailey. Stops at Dollar Circle (back of Pavilion lawn)
- SPECIAL SERVICE: Red route free bus will pick up at Dollar Circle (back of Pavilion lawn) 15 minutes after each Symphony concert and will stop at all bus stop locations in Elkhorn.
FOR INFORMATION: Call 788-RIDE (7433) or visit www.mountainrides.org
Reserved Seating. Interested in Reserved Seating? In gratitude for your support, donors at $2,500 and higher are given the opportunity to reserve seats for the orchestra concerts. Learn more by clicking below.
Timing. Evening orchestra festival concerts typically last 60-75 minutes unless noted.
In Focus Series concerts are about 90 minutes long.
Running late? Ushers will allow entry at appropriate breaks in the music.
Please, no outside food or glass allowed in the Pavilion.
In Focus Series – July 24, 26 and 28
Late, Great Beethoven — Presbyterian Church of the Big Wood, August 7
Family Concert: Sun, Moon and Stars – August 9
BrassTacular: Trumpets of the Sun Valley Summer Symphony – August 14