Ticket Information

Purchase Season Tickets by Mail, In Person or Online

By Mail:
Download the order form here, fill it in and mail with your check to:
MWSU Music Dept – PH 114
4525 Downs Drive
St. Joseph, MO 64507

In Person:
Tickets are also available at the Allied Arts office, 118 S. 8th St. – 816-233-0231, from any SJCC member or at the door. Children ten and under admitted free. If purchasing tickets at the door cash or check is accepted.

For more information email us here.

Season Tickets: Adults $35; Seniors $29; Students Free with a valid ID

Single Tickets: Fall and Spring Concerts
In Advance: Adults $12; Seniors $10; Students Free with a valid ID
At the Door: Adults $14; Seniors $12; Students Free with a valid ID

Single Tickets: Christmas Concert – “Christmas at the Cathedral”
In Advance: Adults $16; Seniors $14; Students Free with a valid ID
At the Door: Adults $18; Seniors $16; Students Free with a valid ID

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2018-2019 Season Tickets
$35 – Adults
$29 – Seniors

Single Tickets: Fall Concert
Ye Shall Have a Song
Sunday, October 21, 2018 – 3 p.m.
MWSU Fulkerson Center • 4525 Downs Drive • St. Joseph, MO
$12 – Adults
$10 – Seniors

Single Tickets: Christmas Concert
Christmas at the Cathedral
Sunday, December 16, 2018 – 3 p.m.
Monday, December 17, 2018 – 7:30 p.m.
Cathedral of St. Joseph • 519 North Tenth Street • St. Joseph, MO
Sunday, December 16, 2018Monday, December 17, 2018

$16 – Adults

$14 – Seniors

Single Tickets: Spring Concert
Stepping Out on the Town
Sunday, April 7, 2019
MWSU Fulkerson Center • 4525 Downs Drive • St. Joseph, MO
$12 – Adults
$10 – Seniors

Allied Arts Council
Missouri Western State University Department of Music
Missouri Arts Council
St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau
City of St. Joseph.
Financial assistance for this program is provided by the Arts Fund of the Allied Arts Council and the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency, Missouri Western State University Department of Music, the St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau and the City of St. Joseph.