Ten Percent of Cincinnati Symphony's LUMENOCITY Tickets Handed Out Free of Charge

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's LUMENOCITY will draw tens of thousands of people to Washington Park for five nights of sound and light August 5-9, 2015. Ten percent of the 30,000 total have been distributed free of charge by human service organizations.

"From the beginning, LUMENOCITY has been guided by a spirit and character of equity, access and generosity," said CSO President Trey Devey. "We're incredibly grateful for these dedicated human service organizations who do such wonderful work in our community that have helped us distribute ten percent of LUMENOCITY tickets for free to those in need. We're also grateful for the generous funders who made this ticket distribution possible."

The Orchestra distributed these 3,000 (600 for each night) tickets through the following human service organizations:

- Artifex/CILO

- Big Brothers Big Sisters

- Caracole

- City Gospel Mission

- Union Bethel/Anna Louise Inn

- DePaul Cristo Rey High School

- Dress for Success

- Drop Inn Center

- Faces Without Places

- Freestore Foodbank

- Friends of Internationals

- Most Valuable Kids

- MyCincinnati/Price Hill Will

- Nast Trinity United Methodist Church

- OTR Faith Alliance/Prince of Peace

- Our Daily Bread

- Peaslee Neighborhood Center

- Prospect House

- Talbert House

- Tender Mercies

- United Way of Greater Cincinnati

- YMCA of Greater Cincinnati

- Woodward Career and Technical High School

Random ticket drawing results certified by Clark Schaefer Hackett.

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