BSO announces eTickets for your phone


Have you ever arrived at a concert without your tickets because you left them at home or lost them? The Boston Symphony Orchestra has just announced its BSO eTickets program. All you have to do is use your smartphone (because you never forget that) to access your account on The tickets will show on your phone with a barcode that will be scanned by a Symphony Hall usher. And that’s not all. If your concert buddy arrives separately (or is always late), you can send him an eTicket rather than go out and meet them.

The BSO also announced its Print at Home program if you purchase tickets through or by phone (888-266-1200). Instead of waiting in the “will call” line or getting your tickets via snail mail, you’ll receive your tickets via email in a PDF document.

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