The New York Times proclaimed Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring" to be as "significant to the 20th Century as Beethoven's Ninth is to the 19th." Subscribers can now celebrate the centennial anniversary of this orchestral achievement by saving 50% on tickets to Pacific Symphony's "'Rite of Spring' Turns 100" at Segerstrom Concert Hall.
Promenade Circle seats, located below the Grand Tier, are now $36-$41 (reg. $72-$82) for these June 6-8, 8 p.m. performances. All other remaining sections are also half off regular prices.
Note: The higher price applies to the Saturday performance.
Travelzoo Tip: Before or after "'Rite of Spring' turns 100," check out "The Sacre Project" -- part media installation, part dance performance that re-envisions "The Rite of Spring" as a radically deconstructed performance event. Tickets are free and performances will take place in the Samueli Theater at 7 p.m. before, and again at approximately 10:15 p.m. after, each "Rite of Spring" concert June 6-8. Availability is limited and tickets are required.