To contact The Phil's Box Office:
The Fort Wayne Philharmonic Box Office
Call the Box Office at 260.481.0777
4901 Fuller Dr.
Fort Wayne, IN 46835
Box Office Map
Box Office Hours
Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Saturdays 12 pm – 4 pm (Masterworks or Pops concert days only)
The Philharmonic Box Office opens 45 minutes to one hour before performances at concert sites.
Tickets for regular season concerts may also be purchased at The Embassy Theatre Box Office during the hours of 10 am - 6 pm, Monday through Friday.
Box Office Information
The Box Office accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal checks or cash. No refunds on tickets (see “No Risk” policy). Exchanges are limited to subscribers and subject to availability.
"No Risk" Policy
If you are a subscriber and unable to attend a performance, you may donate your subscription tickets 24 hours prior to series performances to receive an acknowledgement for tax purposes or to receive credit in the amount of your subscription ticket price that can be used for other concerts. Ask the Box Office for complete details. Subscribers are asked to inform the Philharmonic beforehand if they are unable to attend a concert.
Student Rush Tickets
Students may purchase single tickets to classical series: Masterworks, Chamber, or Freimann concerts for $10 one hour prior to performances with valid school ID. Advance Student Rush Tickets may be purchased up to two weeks in advance, contact the box office for more information. Seating is at the discretion of the Box Office.
Kids Attend Free!
Children K through 12 can attend free with a paid adult to classical series concerts: Masterworks, Chamber, or Freimann. Child pricing is also available for Pops concerts. Call the Box Office at 260.481.0777 to include a child ticket with your order. Limit two free child tickets per one paying adult.
Processing fees added to your ticket price help cover the administration costs for the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. As a non-profit organization, these fees aid in fulfilling its mission to foster and instill a lifelong love of symphonic music through performance and education.
All concerts, conductors, programs, and soloists subject to change.
No photographic or recording devices allowed. Please silence cell phones and other electronic devices. Latecomers seated at management’s discretion.