Spooktacular Comp Tickets for MIC Faculty and Staff

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Spooktacular Ticket Reservation Deadline: Friday, October 25

 

How the MIC Comp Ticket Program Works

  • Registered MIC students may request up to 3 complimentary tickets to MIC sponsored Nichols Concert Hall performances (subject to availability). Students are able to request one ticket for themselves plus two tickets for guests. If you have multiple registered MIC students in your family and are requesting more than three tickets, you will need to complete this form once per each order of up to three tickets. Please select the correct ticket type from the dropdown above.

  • MIC Faculty and Staff may request up to 3 complimentary tickets to MIC sponsored Nichols Concert Hall performances (subject to availability). Faculty and Staff are able to request one ticket for themselves plus two tickets for guests. Please select the correct ticket type from the dropdown above.
  • Be certain to complete the "checkout" process.  Upon completion, you will receive a receipt with link to your barcoded tickets.  Please print your barcoded ticket order or be ready to show it via your smartphone/tablet. (You will be able to login to view/print your order at any time).

  • Remember: request your tickets early!  Please make your request online.  If you need assistance, ask at your campus front desk.

  • Notify the Box Office (847.448.8326) if you are no longer able to attend the performance.
  • Need additional Spooktacular tickets? $10  Order additional tickets here >>

 

Please request your complimentary tickets by midnight Friday, October 25.  Orders by phone and "day of" request are not available.


 

The concert program features “The Carnival of the Animals” by Camille Saint-Saëns, performed in costume by the Music Institute’s acclaimed faculty. The Haunted Musical Open House following the concert invites guests to travel from room to room for music, trick or treating, and other activities. Audience members of all ages are encouraged to wear costumes and get into the spirit of the event.