Students save BIG!


Are you drawn to the energy of live music? Are you currently a student? We offer THREE unique opportunities that make it easy and affordable for students to experience the Jacksonville Symphony at Jacoby Hall!


Sound Check Card

One Card. One Price. All Access. The Sound Check Card gives all students, ages 25 and under, admission to EVERY Jacksonville Symphony MASTERWORKS, POPS, COFFEE, and MATINEE Series performance for the ENTIRE season for the incredibly low price of $25. In addition, card holders may bring one adult or friend who can purchase a ticket for $10 the night of the performance. Click here to download the Sound Check Card form and instructions.


Under 18 FREE! (Ages 7-17)

Purchase a single adult ticket to any MASTERWORKS, POPS, COFFEE, or SYMPHONY IN 60 performances and receive one ticket for a child from the ages of 7-17 for FREE.
*Excludes Symphonic Nights at the Movies, Family Series concerts and Holiday Pops.  


Student Rush Tickets

Students of all ages can purchase $10 Student Rush Tickets an hour and a half before any MASTERWORKS, POPS, COFFEE, and MATINEE series performance through the Ticket Office 90 minutes prior to the concert. Tickets are subject to availability. Students must present valid student ID at the Ticket Office to purchase tickets. One ticket per person (cash only).  

Party with Courtney Lewis and the Symphony

Bestbet Symphony in 60

Join Courtney Lewis and the Symphony after work for a unique 60 minute concert experience. This event starts at 5:30pm and includes a pre-concert Happy Hour, free drinks and hors d'oeuvres, 60 minutes of music beginning at 6:30pm. And an after party on-stage with the Symphony Musicians.

Meet John Weiland

Principal Bass

John Weiland is very serious about his bass instrument. Don’t tell his wife but he has a love affair with his James Cole bass from Manchester, England that was made in 1856. He engineered a three way trade that included international bass soloist Gary Karr to get his Cole, one of just two in the United States.