Due to rising cases of COVID and increased restrictions on public gatherings, The Dubuque Symphony Orchestra (DSO) announces that their Holiday Brass concerts (originally scheduled December 5-6, 2020 at Five Flags Theater) will now be presented as an online-only concert, available for viewing free of charge December 15-31, 2020 (a donation link will be provided for those wishing to support the DSO’s efforts). Visit DubuqueSymphony.org for concert access. Refund details are outlined below based on where tickets were purchased.

“Although we are disappointed not to be able to play before a live audience, safety must come first. We are, however, very excited to keep the holiday spirit going through an online version of this DSO holiday tradition,” states Mark Wahlert, DSO Executive Director “This is made possible through the generous support of Concert Sponsor Medical Associates Clinic & Health Plans who have supported us for 35 years and really stepped up to make this online version a reality.”

Despite the holiday format change, plans are still well-underway for an exciting, in-person DSO Classics Season opening, February 20-21, 2021. Season packages are available through the DSO office by calling 563-557-1677, Monday-Thursday 10am-2pm.

For though who have already purchased tickets to Holiday Pops – Dubuque Symphony Orchestra Season subscribers have already been issued refunds.

Single ticket holders who have purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will be refunded via the payment option used for purchase. Please look for an email notification from Ticketmaster. Refunds may take up to 30 days for processing. Those who have purchased at the Five Flags Box Office will also have tickets automatically refunded back to the payment option used for purchase. For questions, please leave a message with the box office at (563) 589-4258.

For more information, call the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra office at (563) 557-1677.

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