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Posted on September 14, 2021

Ticket Sales of September Subscription Program B & September Ikebukuro Subscription Program A under COVID-19 State of Emergency

Along with the government’s decision to extend the State of Emergency for the City of Tokyo until Thursday, September 30, the NHK Symphony Orchestra has stopped the sales of tickets for subscribers and single tickets for the following concerts effective Saturday, September 11 at 17:00 since they have already reached 50% of the seating capacity, the limit under the emergency restrictions.


[Single tickets]
September Program B (Wed. Sept. 15 & Thu. Sept. 16)
September Ikebukuro Program A 2nd day (Sun. Sept. 26)


[Subscription tickets]
Ikebukuro Program A 2nd day (annual/ seasonal tickets [September – November]
Program B 1st day (annual tickets)
Program B 2nd day (annual tickets)


Please note that the sales of single tickets for 1st day concert of September Ikebukuro Program A (Saturday, September 25) and Ikebukuro Program A 1st day subscription tickets (annual/ seasonal tickets for September to November) which contain this concert will be continued after 17:00 Saturday, September 11 by limiting the seating capacity to a maximum 50% of the concert hall, but will be stopped when the seating capacity reaches the limit.


Tickets already purchased all remain valid, so make sure you keep them safe, and we look forward to welcoming you to the concert.