Popls in the Park

Sunday, June 27 is the Pops in the Park Concert by the Ashland Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. in the Guy C. Myers Band Shell. Rain would move it to Archer Auditorium.

ASHLAND -- Sunday marks the Ashland SYmphony Orchestra's Pops in the Park event.

Here are some fast facts about the concert:

Tickets will be required for the rain site and must be reserved online (no box office sales). There is no cost for these tickets. There is a six-ticket limit per order. The ticket link went live at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, June 23.

If the concert is moved inside, it will be live-streamed on the ASO’s YouTube channel.

Here are the key links:

Pops - Rain Site Tickets

Pops Live-Stream

All concerts for the upcoming 2021-2022 Re!magined season are posted on the ASO’s website. Patrons will be able to choose from 3 p.m. matinee, 7:30 p.m. evening, or stream-on-demand options.

Season tickets will go on sale on July 6, 2021 via mail or the box office. You can find a copy of the order form on the website or at the ASO office, Ashland University’s Center for the Arts, 331 College Avenue, Ashland. To request a copy by mail, please call 419-289-5115 and leave your name and mailing address.

The ASO is pleased to announce that Jane Roland and Barb Queer are co-chairing the Annual Fund Drive. All pledges and donations received by June 30, will be considered pacesetter gifts. You may donate online or send a check to Ashland Symphony Orchestra, 401 College Ave, Ashland OH 44805.

Make A Gift 2021-2022

See you at the Symphony!

POPS IN THE PARK

What: Ashland Symphony Orchestra's Pops in the Park

When: Sunday, June 27, 2021 at 8 p.m.

Where: Guy C. Myers Memorial Band Shell, 209 Parkside Drive, Ashland

Rain site: Robert M. & Janet L. Archer Auditorium, 1440 King Road, Ashland

Information: Call 419-281-3018, ext 3 for same day weather updates

Martha Buckner, Executive Director

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