Klamath Symphony: Music for Heroes & Legends
Saturday, May 11 at 7:30 pm14$
Klamath Symphony to Honor Heroes and Legends with Spring Concert
First Responders will be honored with free admission to the Klamath Symphony’s Spring Concert: “Music for Heroes and Legends.” This will also be a legendary and superhero, cosplay, costume event. Though costumes are not required, audience members are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite super hero or heroine. Members of the symphony will also be in costume.
“It all started as a concert about superheroes. What’s more fun than a room full of superheroes? Then I got to thinking about real heroes. It was obvious; we need to honor those who, in real life, run toward danger when the rest of us should run from it. To reward our first responders with a free symphony concert seems the least we can do for those who put their lives on the line for us, day-in and day-out.” says guest conductor, Dan Conrad. First responders need only show their employee ID to receive a free ticket.
Music will include titles such as: “Star Wars”, Beethoven’s “Heroic, 3rd Symphony,” “Robin Hood”, “Lord of the Rings,” “Gladiator,” “Superman,” “Harry Potter,” “Armed Forces Salute,” and more.TICKETS
(Additional fees will be applied at checkout)
Refunds/Exchanges: Tickets are non-refundable. If you are unable to use your tickets to a Ross Ragland performance you may return them to the box office prior to the event and claim them as a charitable donation. Exchange privileges are reserved for Ross Ragland season ticket holders and Friends of the Ragland only. Original ticket must be presented for exchange and only RRT presented performances are valid. There is a $1.00 per ticket handling fee for each exchange.