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Stern Grove Tickets for 6/22 Concert

How do I get tickets for the 6/22 concert @ stern grove? Where do I call?

Hello and thank you for your question!

You can either buy the Big Picnic tickets online on the official Stern Grove site or order them over the phone at 415.625.6004. Click this link to go to the official site and buy your tickets online.

Reserved seating tickets start at $250 per person. This includes reserved seating for the concert, access to the Big Picnic Lounge (which includes snacks and beverages) and reserved parking.

The next set of tickets start at $500 per person. They include reserved seating for the show, admission to the Big Picnic Party, access to the Big Picnic Lounge and reserved parking.

The Premium individuals tickets are $1,000 per person. They include exclusive reserved seating at the Big Picnic Party, exclusive reserved seating at the concert, access to The Big Picnic Lounge, valet parking and a listing in the day’s program.

If you have a group, you can also purchase some of these group tickets:

Picnic Family Ticket: Reserved seating for two adults and two children at The Big Picnic Party and Concert, access to The Big Picnic Lounge and reserved parking. These tickets are $1,200.

Picnic Patron Table for Ten: These tickets are $5,000 and include premium seating for ten people with access to The Big Picnic Party and Concert, valet parking and a listing in the program.

Picnic Benefactor Table for Ten: This one is $10,000. It includes reserved seating at The Big Picnic Party and Concert, access to The Big Picnic Lounge, valet parking and a listing in the program.

Other Details for This Day

If you are just interested in attending the concert, you can attend admission-free. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. This day is usually the busiest, so I recommend heading out early to grab the best seat possible. They will also have food and beverage on sale for those attending the admission free portion of the concert.

The concert starts at 2pm and features Smokey Robinson and Patti Austin.

You can find the full Stern Grove Concert Series calendar through this link.

I hope this helps. Have an amazing time at the concert and let me know what you think!

Enjoy ~ Jill

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