Select a Standard Series to attend performances on the same day of the week with the same seats, or Create Your Own Series to suit your tastes and schedule. Can’t wait? There’s still time to save on our current performances with a Spring 2017 subscription.
2017/18 SEASON SUBSCRIPTONS
Download the 2017/18 Season brochure and calendars: Fall 2017, Winter 2018, Spring 2018.
Offering the most flexibility, create your own package by selecting any three or more dates. Available throughout the season.
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2016/17 SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS
View the Spring 2017 repertory and download the calendar.
Standard Series Subscriptions are no longer available for the 2016/17 Season.
Save on your Spring 2017 performances by crafting a package with any three or more dates. Available through May 27, 2017.
The Spring 2017 Here/Now Festival amasses 43 ballets from 22 choreographers to display NYCB’s unparalleled commitment to new work. Add all ten programs to your calendar and experience three decades of contemporary choreography commissioned by NYCB. With this special package, we’ll provide a complimentary performance, so you’ll not only purchase all of your performances at the preferred subscriber rate, but the tenth performance is on us.
To subscribe please call us at 212-496-0600, and one of our sales associates can personally assist in selecting your ten performance dates. You can also return an order form with your selections by mail or fax, and we’ll follow up to clarify your dates and complimentary performance if needed. Available through April 28, 2017.*
* Package must include all ten Here/Now Festival programs (April 25 – May 21, 2017) to qualify. The number of complimentary tickets corresponds to the number of subscriptions per order. Offer subject to availability and is non-transferrable. May not be combined with any other offers or used on previously purchased tickets. Complimentary ticket/s have no cash value, may not be returned, and are not available for resale. Complimentary ticket/s may only be exchanged inside of the Here/Now Festival.