Arts Passport

With the Arts Passport Program Emory students get free entrance to most ticketed Arts at Emory events.

→ Incoming freshmen, transfers, and Oxford continuees are given an Arts Passport free of charge.

→ All other graduate and undergraduate students can purchase an Arts Passport for $12 from the Arts at Emory box office.

→ Passport holders are entitled to one free ticket to each passport event.


Using Your Passport

Get your tickets in advance by visiting the Arts at Emory box office in the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts and presenting your Emory Card and passport to a box office associate.

If there are seats left on the date of a performance, they will be sold one hour before show time at the box office. Tickets can't be guaranteed in the event of a sold-out performance.

Non-passport holders accompanying a passport user must purchase their own ticket separately.

Passport Eligible Events


Below is a list of all passport eligible Arts at Emory shows this season. Click on the event for more information about start times and locations.

Please note: Student tickets may be limited for some events. It is advised that passport holders reserve their tickets early.

Candler Concert Series

Sep 28: Max Richter with the ACME Ensemble

Oct 10: Jersualem Quartet with Pinchas Zukerman & Amanda Forsyth

Oct 31: Daniel Hope and Friends: "Air - A Baroque Journey"

Nov 17: Lise de la Salle, piano

Jan 25: Ray Chen, violin with Riko Higuma, piano

Feb 17: Czech National Symphony Orchestra with Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano

Mar 22: Eric Owens and Lawrence Brownlee

Emory Dance Program

Nov 15-17: Emory Dance Company

Feb 1-2: Catellier Dance Projects!

Feb 23-24: "another piece apart," Jennifer Nugent and Paul Matteson

Apr 25-27: Emory Dance Company

Music at Emory

Dec 7-8: A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

Feb 1: St. Olaf Choir

Feb 8: Jazz Fest 2019: Vanessa Rubin, jazz vocalist

Theater Emory

Oct 23-Nov 9: "The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity" by Kristoffer Diaz

Oct 25-Nov 11: "We are Proud to Present..." by Jackie Sibblies Drury

Oct 27-Nov 7: "The Moors" by Jen Silverman

Apr 4-14: "The Tatischeff Café" by John Ammerman