2012-2013 Texas Performing Arts Tickets Go On Sale 6/15

By: Jun. 12, 2012

Individual performance tickets to the 2012-2013 Texas Performing Arts season go on sale Friday, June 15th. In celebration, tickets to all season performances will be discounted for one day only.  From midnight – 11:59 p.m. on Friday, June 15th, single tickets to all 2012-2013 season performances will be priced at 15% off face value. Tickets will be available at all authorized ticket outlets, which include the Bass Concert Hall Box Office, most H-E-B stores and all Texas Box Office outlets, online at www.texasperformingarts.org, or by calling (512) 477-6060 or (800) 982-BEVO.
From an evening with performance artist Laurie Anderson, to multi-Grammy Award winning Latin Jazz pianist Chucho Valdés, to Australia's contemporary circus C!RCA, the 2012-2013 season boasts an eclectic mix of artists and performances. The season also includes return engagements by some of Texas Performing Arts' most innovative artists, including master storyteller Mike Daisey, 2012 Grammy Award-winning new music sextet eighth blackbird, Brazilian dance company Grupo Corpo, and The National Theatre of Scotland, who played to sold-out audiences during the past two seasons.

It's not too late to become a subscriber! 
Visit www.texasperformingarts.org/events/subscribe or call 512.471.4454 for more information. 

Four (or more) performance subscription packages are now on sale starting at $112.00, and this year you may choose one Broadway show as part of your Texas Performing Arts subscription, including Disney's THE LION KING! Becoming a subscriber not only ensures great seats for each subscription performance, but also offers a host of additional benefits including15% off ticket prices to all season performances, preferred seating in advance of the general public, flexible ticket concierge service, free and easy ticket exchanges, access to the exclusive subscriber hotline; an invitation for 2 to the Texas Performing Arts season preview party, and guest passes to Bass Concert Hall's Texas Inner Circle Lounge.
Texas Performing Arts continues to rely on support from Texas Inner Circle members because University funding (just 15% of our budget) and ticket sales do not fully cover the cost of presenting the finest performing arts events and the many engagement programs we offer to the UT campus, Austin, and the Central Texas region. Exclusive benefits for members include access to the best seats in the house, pre-sale opportunities for Broadway performances and touring concerts, unlimited entry into the Texas Inner Circle Lounge at Bass Concert Hall, free parking passes, and more. For more information on the Texas Inner Circle, please visit www.texasperformingarts.org/support
Groups of 15 or more may be eligible to receive a 10% discount off the original ticket price. Groups of 40 or more may be eligible for a 15% discount. For more information on group discounts, please visitwww.texasperformingarts.org, or call 512.471.0648.


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