Important information for holders of tickets and season passes to LNSO concerts
In view of the restrictions introduced to limit the spread of Covid‑19, namely, the obligation to keep a distance between visitors attending events in enclosed areas, all visitors must exchange tickets for the following LNSO concerts: Tchaikovsky, Grieg and Rachmaninoff; LNSO chamber music. 16 double basses and Alice in Wonderland; LeNeSOn and Schumann’s Scenes from Childhood (in Latvian and Russian).
Season passes and tickets for these concerts can only be exchanged at the Great Guild ticket office, starting from 12 August. The ticket office is open weekdays from 12:00 to 19:00.
Tickets and season passes must be exchanged for the following concerts:
Tchaikovsky, Grieg and Rachmaninoff on 11 September (rescheduled from 2 April);
LNSO chamber music. 16 double basses and Alice in Wonderland on 8 October (rescheduled from 16 April);
LeNeSOn and Schumann’s Scenes from Childhood on 21 November at 14:00 and on 28 November at 14:00 (both in Latvian). The concert in Russian will take place on 21 November, as planned, at 11:00 (rescheduled from 18 April);
Casadesus and Beethoven on 26 November (rescheduled from 21 May).
Approximately 300 seats are available for each concert. The first ticket holders to visit the ticket office will be able to attend the concert, whereas the rest will receive a full refund.
According to Cabinet Regulation that entered into force on 1 August, each fixed seating position must be personalised. It can be done on the website of ticket provider Biļešu paradīze https://www.bilesuparadize.lv/en in the section Ticket personalisation. The name, surname, ticket number, and contact information of each visitor must be provided. The data will be used to identify and contact the ticket holder, if necessary. The data are stored for one month after the respective event. Upon arrival at the event venue, each visitor must present a personal ID. The personal data associated with each ticket must match the information provided inthe ID.
The concert Symphonic hit with Goran Gora. Beethoven’s Sixth (Pastorale) planned for 22 April has been rescheduled for 18 February 2021 whereas the concert LNSO. Dvořák’s Cello Concerto and Sibelius’s Fifth planned for 8 May 2020 has been rescheduled for 24 September 2021 and will take place at Cēsis Concert Hall.
Ticket holders may still apply for a refund for tickets to three cancelled concerts: Mahler’s Fifth and RIX (13 March); Beethoven vs. Šmite (19 March), and A German Requiem (9 April).