2019-20 Concerts Unable to Be Rescheduled

DULUTH, Minnesota – The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra has been working closely with the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center to solidify make-up dates for two concerts in the 2019-20 Season. But as we review Minnesota Governor Tim Walz’s orders and plans for large venues around the state, it is clear that venues will not be prepared for large group gatherings during the timeframe of possible rescheduling dates. With the health and safety of our musicians and patrons in mind, we have officially made the difficult decision to cancel and not reschedule the April 18 and May 2 concerts.

The following options are available for tickets purchased through the DSSO Box Office.

  • Donate Your Tickets: As a nonprofit arts organization, the DSSO relies on the audience we serve. By donating the value of your tickets back to the DSSO. A tax letter will be provided at the end of the calendar year.
  • Account Credit: A credit in the form of a gift certificate will be applied to your DSSO account. This credit can be applied to season subscriptions (not valid on already completed purchases), or for single tickets for individual concerts after August 10, 2020. Credits must be used by the end of the 2020-21 Season.

Ticket donations and credits must be indicated to the DSSO by no later than June 30, 2020. If we do not hear from you, we will automatically convert your tickets into a donation.

If tickets were purchased from Ticketmaster or the DECC Ticket Office, they will contact regarding refund options.

While we are unable to reschedule these concerts, we are still working on ways to stay connected with you during these difficult times. We have launched DSSO at Home, a free on-demand service that provides you with links to virtual concerts from DSSO musicians, discussions with Music Director Dirk Meyer, and so much more!

WDSE-WRPT is continue to rebroadcast DSSO concerts on PBS North every Friday night in May at 9 pm. These recordings are available to stream on DSSO at Home on Saturday for 45 days.

The DSSO has also recently partnered with Wisconsin Public Radio to broadcast DSSO concert recordings on Thursday evenings at 7 pm, every week through September. Listen live on 93.1 FM or stream live on uwsuper.edu/kuws. These audio recordings will be available on Friday’s beginning in June.

For the full broadcast schedule visit: https://dsso.com/2020/05/20/dsso-concerts-broadcast-on-wpr/

To learn more about DSSO at Home visit: dsso.com/athome