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Photo: Benaroya Hall
Benaroya Hall

Photograph by Lara Swimmer

BUY TICKETS THREE EASY WAYS
Online: www.benaroyahall.org
Phone: 206 215 4747 or toll-free 866 833 4747 Mon-Fri: 10 AM – 6 PM, Sat: 1 – 6 PM
In Person: At the Ticket Office, corner of Third Avenue and Union Street, downtown Seattle

SUNDAY SERIES CONTINUES BY POPULAR DEMAND
The Sunday Matinee series this year again features all of our inspiring speakers at the convenient time of 2 PM. Enjoy the intimate setting of the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall—great for those who prefer afternoon events, as well as families with children ages 8 and up.

SERIES TICKETS
Series subscription renewals are available as of May 4. Renewing subscribers have until Friday, June 20 to renew their seats or to request a seat change. Seat changes will be made after June 20 in order of the date received, so send in your renewal request early! Use the login code on your brochure address panel to renew online (go to www.benaroyahall.org, login, and follow the renewal instructions), over the phone, or in person at the Benaroya Hall Ticket Office. If your brochure login says “Please call 206 215 4747” you must call the Ticket Office to renew. New subscription sales will begin Monday, June 30. Series ticket packages are priced as follows:

Sunday Matinees
Front of Hall (Rows A-H): $130 (member), $145 (general public), and $86.50 (children)
Back of Hall (Rows J-T): $122 (member), $136 (general public), and $86.50 (children)

Monday and Tuesday Evenings
Explorers Circle (Orchestra center, rows A-H): $500 (member), $518 (general public) (Tuesdays only)
Front Orchestra (Rows A-R): $154 (member), $172 (general public)
Middle Orchestra (Rows S-HH): $138 (member), $154 (general public), $86.50 (student)
Back Orchestra (Rows JJ-RR): $122 (member), $136 (general public), $86.50 (student)
Founders’ Tier: $138 (member), $154 (general public), $86.50 (student)
Second Tier (Boxes L-V, center): $106 (member), $118 (general public), $86.50 (student)
Second Tier, partial view (Boxes A-K): $86 (member), $95.50 (general public), $77.50 (student)
Third Tier (Boxes L-V, center): $98 (member), $109 (general public), $86.50 (student)
Third Tier, partial view (Boxes A-K): $86 (member), $95.50 (general public), $77.50 (student)

SINGLE-EVENT TICKETS
A limited number of single-event tickets will be available beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, August 8, 2014, on a first-come, first-served basis. Order online, by phone at 206 215 4747, or in person at the Benaroya Hall box office. Event ticket prices are listed below. An $8 per order handling fee applies to phone and online orders.

Sunday Matinees (March 22, April 12, May 17)
Front of Hall (Rows A-H): $32 (adults), $19 (student)
Back of Hall (Rows J-T): $30 (adults), $19 (student)

Sunday Matinees (January 11 and February 22)
Front Orchestra (Rows A-R): $38 (general public)
Middle Orchestra (Rows S-HH): $34 (general public), $19 (student)
Back Orchestra (Rows JJ-RR): $30 (general public), $19 (student)

Monday and Tuesday evenings
Front Orchestra (Rows A-R): $38 (general public)
Middle Orchestra (Rows S-HH): $34 (general public), $19 (student)
Back Orchestra (Rows JJ-RR): $30 (general public), $19 (student)
Founders’ Tier: $34 (general public), $19 (student)
Second Tier (Boxes L-V, center): $26 (general public), $19 (student)
Second Tier, partial view (Boxes A-K): $21 (general public), $17 (student)
Third Tier (Boxes L-V, center): $24 (general public), $19 (student)
Third Tier, partial view (Boxes A-K): $21 (general public), $17 (student)

YOUR TICKET PURCHASES MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Your support funds critical expeditions and scientific fieldwork; important geographic and environmental literacy projects; and inspiring exhibitions and events, including our National Geographic Live series. If you find you cannot use your tickets and return them to the box office for resale, we thank you for taking another step to support our mission. Visit natgeotakeaction.org to find out more about making a difference.

SUSCRIBE TO NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
Subscribe to National Geographic magazine three ways: choose digital ($15), print ($19), or print plus ($24, includes digital and print). Go to ngm.com/eventsavings to subscribe.

SUPPORT THE SEATTLE SYMPHONY
With ticket sales covering only a portion of the Symphony’s operating expenses, donor support makes it possible to sustain the outstanding quality of our local musicians and guest artists, offer innovative educational programming, and provide tremendous cultural and economic vitality to our region. Learn about donor benefits at www.seattlesymphony.org or by calling 206.215.4832.

SUBSCRIBE TO THE SYMPHONY
Seattle Symphony subscribers receive the member price discount on National Geographic Live series tickets. To become a Seattle Symphony subscriber, call 206 215 4747.

BECOME A MEMBER OF THE EXPLORERS CIRCLE
Become of member of the Explorers Circle and receive the satisfaction of knowing that—because of your support—our explorers can continue their quests and do more for the planet. You’ll receive special benefits, including premium seating to all Tuesday evening events, an invitation to a private reception with Steve Winter prior to his March 23 event, a signed copy of Steve Winter’s book Tigers Forever, acknowledgment onscreen prior to all events; additional supporter-level benefits; and a receipt for the $250 tax deductible portion of your ticket. Call 206.215.4747 or go to benaroyahall.org to join. Explorers Circle packages are $500 for National Geographic Society members and $518 for non-members.

DISCOUNTS
Group discounts are available at the following rates: 10–19 people, 10% discount; 20–35 people, 15% discount; more than 35 people, 20% discount. Student discounts are available for full-time students and children ages 12 and under.

CONVENIENT TICKET EXCHANGES
Exchange subscription tickets in advance by calling 206.215.4747 no later than 24 hours prior to the event. Only series tickets can be exchanged.

LOST YOUR TICKETS?
Call 206.215.4747 for assistance before the day of the event.

DIRECTIONS
Get driving directions.

GIFT SERIES TICKETS
Give a unique and wonderful present this holiday season by giving series tickets to your friends and family! Call 206 215 4747 to request series tickets.

ASL INTERPRETATION
ASL interpretation is available with two weeks’ notification.

PLEASE NOTE
In the event of unforeseen circumstances, alternate speakers may be presented without notice. The views presented by the speakers are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of National Geographic, Seattle Symphony, or Benaroya Hall.

EDUCATORS
We invite area schools to attend the popular National Geographic Live Student Matinees at Benaroya Hall. Registration opens on November 3 at nglive.org/studentmatinees.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Flying Monsters 3D, Washington, D.C.
September 13, 2014 – April 1, 2015

Sea Monsters 3D: A Prehistoric Adventure, Washington, D.C.
September 13, 2014 – April 1, 2015

The Art of the Matter, Washington, D.C.
November 4, 2014

View all events on the calendar page →

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