After a robust summer of sales to new and returning subscribers, single tickets go on sale August 8 for all UGA Presents performances, starting at just $25*. And from Aug. 8-19, University of Georgia staff and faculty receive a 20% discount on all single tickets (exclusions apply). UGA student tickets are $10 and go on sale Aug. 17. Parking is always free.
*promo code “PAC25” required for $25 tickets. Learn more about discounts here.
Buying tickets could not be easier. There are three ways to choose from:
- Purchase tickets online 24/7 here.
- Call the Performing Arts Center Box Office at (706) 542-4400, Mon.-Fri., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
- Visit the UGA Performing Arts Center Box Office, Mon.-Fri., 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (5 minute parking is available in the drop off circle at the Performing Arts Center for purchasing or picking up tickets.)
UGA Presents season subscriptions are still on sale and offer the deepest discounts available to all patrons. Choose from the all-encompassing Everything Ticket (25% off single ticket prices), one of our curated series (20% off), or create your own series of five or more performances (10% off).
Violinist Itzhak Perlman, singer-songwriter Kishi Bashi with the University of Georgia Symphony Orchestra, and the Martha Graham Dance Company in Appalachian Spring are just a few of the 33 soloists, ensembles and theatrical companies appearing on the mainstage season and in Piedmont Athens Regional Performances for Young People.
The season opens Sept. 8 at the incomparable Hodgson Concert Hall with The War and Treaty, a Southern soul and country band that Rolling Stone has called “one of Nashville’s hottest acts.” It ends May 13, 2023, with the Yonder Mountain String Band, a pioneering bluegrass and jam band.
Ira Glass, the award-winning producer and host of the public radio sensation This American Life, appears Sept. 18 with Seven Things I’ve Learned, a one-man show. The 2022 holiday season concerts are the Grammy-winning gospel a cappella group Take 6 (Dec. 17), and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus in the Christmas portion of Handel’s Messiah (Dec. 21).
The Franklin College Chamber Music Series includes two of the leading string quartets: the legendary Emerson String Quartet on their farewell tour, and the Pavel Haas Quartet, called by Gramophone magazine “the world’s most exciting string quartet.” Jazz is represented by pianist Matthew Whitaker (Feb. 10) and saxophonist Joshua Redman with his trio (Apr. 20).
The Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine appears Jan. 23 with Dvorak’s beloved “New World” Symphony. Theatrical offerings include Complexions Contemporary Ballet (Sept. 29 and 30) and the Aquila Theater Company in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (Jan. 27).
View the full season here.