TICKET OFFICE HOURS:
Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
315 Franklin Street
Columbus, Indiana 47201
For ticket information: 812-376-2638 x1
Single Tickets On Sale Now
10% discount offered to groups of 10 or more when ordered in advance.
All ticket sales are final. No refunds will be issued after a sale is complete.
No matter what the occasion, Columbus Indiana Philharmonic Gift Certificates are the perfect gift for music lovers. Certificates are available in any dollar value and may be used for the purchase of any product sold through the Columbus Philharmonic Box Office.
Call the Box Office at 812-376-2638 to order yours today!
Gift Certificates are redeemable in person or by calling 812-376-2638.
Save 15% – 45% by purchasing a full season ticket package!
Season Subscription Form (PDF)
Zone A Zone B Zone C
Adult - $ 275
Adult - $ 210 Adult - $ 110
Senior - $ 245 Senior - $ 180 Senior - $ 100
Student - $ 145 Student - $ 110 Student - $ 60
*Call 812-376-2638 x1 for Zone D seating location information.
If you are unable to attend a concert, please share your tickets with a friend or turn in your tickets and make it possible for someone else to enjoy the concert.
Can’t commit to an entire season?
Pick at least 3 concerts and save 10%.
Call 812-376-2638 x1 to create your package.
OFFER EXPIRES 02/04/17
Buy 2 Shows: 10% OFF
OFFER EXPIRES 3/9/17
Buy All 3 Shows: 15% OFF
OFFER EXPIRES 4/6/17
Phil’s Family Fun Pass
Looking for an affordable family-friendly night out with the kids? Join the Phil’s Family Fun Pass club and attend this season’s concerts for $10/adult and $5/student/child. Each adult must be accompanied by at least one student/child under the age of 18. Families pay an initial $25 fee to join the club. These ticket prices are guaranteed for the 2016-2017 season. Call the office at 812-376-2638 x1 for more details!
Donating Season Tickets Seats for Resale
If you are turning in a season ticket seat for resale, please return it the CIP office by noon the day before the concert. Unfortunately, we are not able to issue refunds, however, your ticket price may be counted as a tax deduction.