The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra (LSO) partners with Veteran Tickets Foundation (VetTix) to provide free symphony tickets to veterans.
7:30 P.M. Friday & Saturday, November 10th and 11th
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre, 1501 Mac Davis Lane Lubbock, TX 79401
The LSO is partnering with VetTix to provide veterans free tickets to the season’s second Masterworks concert, Pictures at an Exhibition with guest conductor Donato Cabrera and pianist Richard Fountain. Tickets are available for both performances on November 10th and 11th, which is Veteran’s Day. The concert features music by José Moncayo, Leonard Bernstein and Modest Mussorgsky. For more information about the LSO, call (806) 762-1688. For more information about VetTix, or to register as a veteran for LSO tickets, visit www.VetTix.org.
About Lubbock Symphony Orchestra:
The LSO, currently in its 71st season, is the oldest and largest cultural organization in Lubbock. The LSO not only offers exceptional musical performances by professional musicians, but also thrives in its educational services. The LSO provides educational learning experiences for more than 7,000 children annually and maintains a creative home for local artists while cultivating the next generation of artists.
About Veteran Ticket Foundation:
Veteran Tickets Foundation (VetTix) is a national non-profit that supports the military community by providing free event tickets to currently serving military, veterans and family members of those killed in action, allowing them to attend sporting events, concerts, performing arts and family activities. Since 2008, VetTix has provided more than 3 million free event tickets to over 550,000 verified VetTixers, giving back to those who have given so much. Military persons and veterans experience many difficult transitions as they reintegrate into their families, community, and eventually, into civilian life. Attending events improves morale, strengthens family bonds through shared interests and encourages service members to stay engaged with local communities and American life.