Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra
The Box Office (at the concert venue) opens one hour before the concert performance.
The following is currently required of all patrons entering the hall. If you do not have these you will not be allowed to enter the facility.
- Masks are required and must be worn properly at all times for everyone regardless of vaccination status. Masks will be available for anyone who does not have one.
- Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours or a negative Antigen test within 24 hours prior to entering the concert hall.
Seating of latecomers will take place during appropriate pauses in the music, out of courtesy to the audience and musicians.
As of our 2021/22 season, refreshments are not available for purchase at our venues. We hope to re-open concession sales in our 2022/23 season.
This is a very common question we receive, and there is no dress code. You will see a variety of styles at Phil concerts–dresses, suits, jackets and ties, khakis, jeans, and sweaters. Dressing for a special night is whatever makes you happy and comfortable.
Shuttle Service for Memorial Hall
A complimentary shuttle bus from the designated lot at the Hotel 1620 to Memorial Hall is available to all concertgoers. The shuttle loops 90 minutes before concert start time and returns to the lot following the concert. This service is only available for Memorial Hall concerts.
The Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra does not support the unauthorized reselling of tickets at a price above printed face value. The state of Massachusetts bars the resale of tickets above face value. If you have purchased tickets from an unauthorized ticket dealer and arrive at the theatre unknowingly with a fraudulent ticket, or you arrive at your seat to find someone has been sold the exact same seat, the Phil cannot honor, refund or exchange those tickets. Authorized tickets can be purchased through our website plymouthphil.org or by phone 508-746-8008.