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Youth Concert Information
A $100 deposit is due two months prior to the performance. Payment in full is due one week prior to the performance.
We do not use paper tickets for our Youth Concerts. We hold reservations at the door and seat groups upon arrival.
Approximately 55 minutes without intermission.
Please arrive 10 to 30 minutes prior to the performance time to allow time to get seated and comfortable before the performance starts.
Drop off zones will be assigned and communicated approximately one week prior to the performance. Have buses, vans or cars drop off on North University, Thayer or East Washington streets based on your drop off assignment information. If there is no space in the drop off zone, circle the block until space becomes available.
Bus waiting locations include Briarwood Mall (100 Briarwood Circle, Ann Arbor, MI 48108), Maple Village (155 North Maple Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103) and Westgate Plaza (2603 Jackson Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48103).
SEATING & USHERS
When you arrive, tell an usher the name of your school/group and they will direct you to your seating location.
BEFORE THE START
Please allow ushers to seat individuals in your group in the order that they arrive in the theater. Once everyone is seated, you may then rearrange yourselves and escort students to the bathrooms before the performance starts. Please spread the adults throughout the group of students.
DURING THE PERFORMANCE
Please remain seated during the performance. If you have any questions, concerns or complaints (for instance, about your comfort or the behavior of those around you), please immediately report the situation to an usher.
Please remain seated following the performance. For the safety of everyone in the theater, a staff member will come to the stage and dismiss each group individually.
When your group is released, please exit the performance hall through the same door you entered.
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra staff and volunteers will be ready to help or direct lost and wandering children.
If someone in your group loses an item at the performance, contact the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra to attempt to help recover the item.
Courtesy wheelchairs and hearing impaired support systems are available to audience members upon request.
There is handicapped parking located in the Maynard parking structure.
Hill Auditorium is wheelchair accessible with ramps found at the east and west entrances, off Thayer Street and Ingalls Mall. The auditorium has 27 accessible seating locations on its main floor and 8 on the mezzanine level.
ADA compliant toilets are available near the Hill Auditorium box office (west side facing Thayer).