Under 28 Youth subscription and rates
Under 28 Youth subscription and rates
The Cité de la musique - Philharmonie de Paris offers you a full, varied programme. With its choice of concerts, festivals, exhibitions and workshops, come and get in touch with, listen to, share, understand and play music!
Concerts & shows
Are you aged between 15 and 28? Whether you are a beginner or connoisseur, very or not very organised, you can choose the offer that suits you best among the three available:
At any point in the season, get tickets at a flat-rate of just €8 each when you book tickets to at least three concerts or shows of your choice from the entire season programme in a single purchase.
This offer applies to all concerts and shows (except the Days Off and Jazz festivals at La Villette) during a given season (from 1 September to 30 June).
Advantages of the under 28 Youth subscription
- Priority booking;
- A quarterly newsletter with special offers from the Philharmonie de Paris and our cultural partners;
- 10 per cent discount on CDs and DVDs at the gift & book shop;
- 5 per cent discount on books at the gift & book shop;
- A secure online personal account where you can consult your current advantages.
*Open to individuals who can certify they are under the age of 28 on the date of the first show selected. You will be asked to present a document certifying your age and identity for admission to the concert hall on the day of the event. Youth subscriptions are personal, nominative and limited to one youth subscription per person per season. Intended for young people with a certain autonomy, who are able to attend a concert without the accompaniment of a parent or guardian. If youth subscription tickets are purchased along with tickets from different pricing categories, seating side by side is not guaranteed.
Within the limit of the quotas of seats available at these rates. For concerts at the Cité de la musique (Amphitheatre and Concert Hall), youth tickets are not numbered; admission to the hall is guaranteed, but concertgoers are seated according to availability just before the start of the concert.
To catch a special favourite, accompany your subscriber friend or just see for yourself, tickets for the season’s concerts and shows are priced at €10 for young people under 28 (subject to capacities and quotas).
If unsold tickets remain 30 minutes before the start of the concert, you may purchase tickets at the following discounted rates:
- €30 for concerts and shows with Category 1 tickets priced between €71 and €160;
- €20 for concerts and shows with Category 1 tickets priced between €41 and €70;
- €10 for concerts and shows with Category 1 tickets priced at or below €40.
Are you under 16 and going to a concert with an adult? You are entitled to a reduction of 30% (subject to available quotas).
Adjoining seats can be reserved when tickets are purchased simultaneously. The ticket can be collected on the day of the concert or show on presentation of the ID of the person concerned. This offer cannot be combined with any other reduction and applies to the full ticket rate. It does not apply to 5th and 6th category places in the Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie or 2nd category places in the Salle des concerts - Cité de la musique. Concerts and shows for families are not included in this offer.
Musée de la musique & exhibitions
Reduced rates are available for purchase, only at the Musée de la Musique ticket counter:
Are you aged between 15 and 28? Enjoy reduced prices for activities.
- A reduction of 20% on all workshops.
This rate cannot be combined with any other discount.
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