The GCS does not have a permanent physical box office. A temporary “Box Office” table is made available at the entrance to each concert venue to handle ticket changes, refunds, etc. Look for the sign: “Georgetown Choral Society Box Office”.
One hour prior to concert start time, which varies, so please go to the Performances page on our website to confirm concert time.
There are three ticket outlets in Georgetown: Pat’s Prime Cuts and Deli in Georgetown South, JV Clothing in Georgetown Marketplace, McMaster’s Meats on Main Street South (downtown) and Cork Winery, 71 Mountainview Road North, Georgetown . There is one ticket outlet in Acton: Acton Optical, 80 Mill Street East, Unit 1. You will be asked to provide your name and phone number when purchasing from our outlets, so that we can track ticket sales, as we do for tickets sold by choir members. Your information is held in strict confidence and not shared with anyone.
Tickets are available at a reduced rate until midnight of the day before the concert.
Ticket prices vary from concert to concert. Tickets are priced for adults, students, families and groups. We do not offer a reduced ticket price for seniors.
Yes, the venue is accessible for people with mobility challenges: handicapped parking near the entrance; elevator to the concert hall floor; barrier-free washroom on the concert hall floor; special seating area in the concert hall to accommodate special mobility devices including walker/rollator, wheelchair, electric wheelchair.
The venue is also accessible for people with hearing impairment. Microphones are used for announcements, speeches and solos.
Our Accessibility page has images of the entrance to our performance facility
Yes, special seating is located at the back of the concert hall. If you or anyone in your party require special seating, please complete the form.
To use the accessible parking spaces, enter the property using the south driveway. The south front entrance is protected by a roof, so feel free to drop any passengers off during inclement weather. The handicapped parking, with a five vehicle capacity, is on your left, just past the south entrance.
Yes, please feel free to leave if necessary. We ask, though, that you leave your seat during a break between songs, so that you do not disturb others around you or the musicians who are performing.
Feel free to leave the concert hall to walk or settle your child in the Meeting Place, where you entered the building, beside the concert hall. Downstairs, you will find several quiet rooms that you may feel free to use for nursing babies or playing with your child. Return to the concert hall when your child is settled so that you can both to continue enjoying the music.