Concerts & Tickets
This season we have chosen to address the challenges of performing in the COVID-19 era with enthusiasm and caution. First and foremost, as a performing arts organization, we must protect our audience, musicians and staff. We think you will love and appreciate our solutions!
After many long conversations, we have developed a fluid performance plan in order to continue bringing symphonic music to northwest Oklahoma. In the spirit of creativity, we have chosen to open our season with two outdoor performances from the Gazebo stage in Government Springs Park. Hopefully, we will be able to return to Joan Allen Symphony Hall as the season progresses.
As an ESO VIP you will have access to reserved seating and reserved parking for all ESO performances regardless of the concert venue or location. Your season pass will designate your reserved seating in Symphony Hall but will also serve as your VIP seating in other venues. You will also be issued an ESO VIP dashboard permit. Please display this on the dashboard of your vehicle when attending ESO events.
You are a Very Important Person to the Enid Symphony Orchestra. Your season subscription supports and insures the continuation of our programs, maintenance of our facilities and, most importantly, employment of our wonderful musicians and staff.
Please take a moment to visit the Support page, and consider making a contribution to the 2020-2021 ESO Premiere Fund. All gifts up to a total of $99,000 will be matched by grants from the Oklahoma Arts Council and several private foundations!
We look forward to seeing you at Government Springs Park on October 17 at 7:30 pm as we present Get Happy, featuring Joan Ellison Singing the Songs of Judy Garland. Please let us know if there is any special assistance that we may extend to you as you enjoy the 2020-2021 Enid Symphony Orchestra season.