BOX OFFICE INFO

 

Box office
- Monday: 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
- Tuesday: 10.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.
- Wednesday: 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
- Thursday: 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
- Friday: 10.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.
- an hour before every spectacle
- during the first concert intermission


We accept payment cards.
 

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Listener Service Center (BOS)

BOS sells group tickets and cooperates with companies and institutions
Contact person: Sylwia Lewicka
Tel.: 663 200 902, (42) 664 79 99
e-mail: sylwia.lewicka@filharmonia.lodz.pl


Auditorium organization

The auditorium of the Lodz Philharmonic Concert Hall includes 658 seats, divided into two ticket areas. Area I (more expensive tickets) assumes 220 seats (chairs 5-26 in row VI to XV). Area II assumes the remaining 438 seats. During live “The Met: Live HD” broadcasts, the auditorium offers 620 available seats (box seats are not offered). The auditorium is divided into three ticket areas: area I assumes 220 seats: seats 5-26 in row VI-XV, area II assumes 250 seats: all seats in rows VI-IX and XX-XXII and seats 1-2 and 29-30 in rows X-XVIII; area III assumes 110 seats: all seats in rows from I to V.
The Chamber Music Room accommodates up to 100 listeners. The seats are not numbered.

Discount tickets

Normal and discount tickets apply to concerts in the Concert Hall in all price areas and to concerts in the Chamber Music Room. Discounts apply to: pupils, students (1st and 2nd degree and doctorial studies), seniors, pensioners and the disabled. The students and pupils of fine arts schools may purchase tickets at a special discount. Discount tickets do not apply to the following cycles: “The Metropolitan Opera”, “Odkrywcy muzyki” and “Baby Boom Bum”.

Entrance cards

Entrance cards are sold for selected concerts. Their number is limited and depends on the type of concert and room, in which the concert takes place. The sale of entrance cards starts an hour before the beginning of the concert. They may be purchased for cash only. To facilitate ticket sale, please prepare the specific sum for the entry card.
All persons holding entrance cards may take any free seats available after the third call. They are however obliged to empty the seat to the person who purchased a ticket for this seat.
 
 

Returns

The box office will return cash for all tickets purchased up to the day preceding the day of the concert, for which the tickets were purchased. A receipt must be provided in order to return a ticket.


Payment methods

We accept payment cards.
Tickets may be purchased on our website and via eBilet and Bilety24 portals.

 

Please transfer the sums due for reserved tickets on the following account:
58 1030 1205 0000 0000 8790 6019

 

Subscriptions
You may also purchase tickets to selected concert and workshop cycles in the form of subscriptions. In the 2014/15 season, the Lodz Philharmonic offers subscriptions for symphony concerts, for the broadcasts of opera performances “The Met: Live in HD” and for cycles of workshops for childes: “Odkrywcy muzyki” and “Baby Boom Bum”. The price of a ticket in subscription is lower to the price of a single ticket by 40%. Subscriptions are sold earlier than single tickets. Subscription for a given cycle is sold from the day of the first concert or workshop assumed by the subscription.


Large Family Card

The Lodz Philharmonic accepts the local Large Family Card. The holder of the Card may purchase a ticket (single, family or for a few people) with a 50% discount from the normal ticket price. The discount does not apply to “The Met: Live in HD” broadcast, the “Odkrywcy muzyki” workshops and external events. The director of the Philharmonic decides on the possibility of discounting special concerts.


Please refer to the cashier in the box office of the Lodz Philharmonic for more information.

 

 

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