HAMMERSTEIN: The Song Is You, SINATRA, POPS Rocks: Let It Be, and Star Wars: A Galaxy of Music have been rescheduled to the 2021/2022 season in Verizon Hall. All tickets that have already been purchased will automatically be credited to your POPS MyAccount.
WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW MORE THAN EVER!
"In these unprecedented times, the musicians and staff of The Philly POPS particularly appreciate the support that we’ve received. We ask that you consider a special donation as part of The Philly POPS’ efforts to bridge the gap to our future. Under the best of circumstances, and these are surely not the best, ticket sales cover only a portion of the costs associated with POPS' performances and beloved community initiatives like the Salute Series and POPS in Schools. We rely on your support now more than ever. Please consider a gift to our Annual Fund. "
— David Charles Abell, Music Director & Principal Conductor
The Philly POPS Frequently Asked Questions
Is The Philly POPS postponing its upcoming performances?
We are committed to the health and safety of our guests and patrons.
In accordance with the recommendations of officials at both the City, Commonwealth, and National level, we have postponed HAMMERSTEIN: The Song Is You, SINATRA, POPS Rocks: Let It Be, and Star Wars: A Galaxy of Music.
How do I use my POPS Credit or exchange tickets?
We are happy to let you know that all purchased tickets have already been credited towards your POPS MyAccount!
You have four options for your tickets:
- Use them toward another show as a credit from MyAccount.
- Use it as a credit toward a new subscription.
- Donate your tickets to help keep the POPS playing!
- Call 215-875-8004 to speak with a member of the POPS team about other options.
To use your credit or exchange tickets, please call Patron Services at 215-893-1999 or call 215-875-8004 to speak to a POPS representative.
*Ticket exchanges for 2020–2021 season shows will be processed over the summer. Ticket price value will be matched, but seat location will be subject to availability. POPS staff will ensure that each seat is carefully selected.
How can I donate my tickets to The Philly POPS?
Many of our patrons have chosen to donate their tickets as tax-deductible support for The Philly POPS in this difficult time. To donate your tickets please contact Joshua Thomas, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are exploring many streaming and broadcast opportunities so that those who have purchased tickets for concerts may enjoy them from the comfort and safety of your home. Our plans will evolve with the best practices of guidance from the City, the Commonwealth, and the Federal government as time goes on.
How will we meet the needs of our patrons?
The POPS is exploring streaming possibilities for all those who have purchased tickets and would prefer to enjoy our upcoming concerts at home. In addition, we’re a member of the Kimmel Committee designed to develop protocols for a safe return to Verizon Hall. As we get closer to our programming, return here to see the results of the Committee’s work. For example, we’re looking at reserving extra seats for you, so as to observe social distancing.
How can I stay connected to the POPS?
The POPS has launched POPS@Home, which includes memories of past seasons, as well as sneak peeks of upcoming shows! Along with POPS@Home, we've launched the POPS Daily, a daily piece of content designed to brighten your day!
Continuing our educational programming, POPSinSchools@HOME brings educational music content into the comfort of your home with lessons, notes from the masters, and fun activities!