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Young Musician's Passport

Every August, some of the greatest orchestras, soloists and conductors come to perform at the International Festival. With a Young Musician’s Passport, you can see them for free!

What’s the deal?

Young Musician’s Passport holders can get one free ticket plus one half price adult ticket to any of the classical music concerts shown in the Usher Hall and Queens Hall during August.

To be eligible you must…

  • be aged 18 or under on 24 March 2018;
  • go to school in Edinburgh or the Lothians;
  • play a musical instrument or be part of a choir

More details will soon be announced about what is included in the scheme.

To register, please complete the form below. Details must be provided by a parent or guardian. Please allow two working 

Alternatively you can call us on 0131 473 2000, or come in person to Hub Tickets (Castlehill, Edinburgh, EH1 2NE) 

Terms and Conditions

The email address provided will be used for online bookings only. No marketing will be sent to this email address. This will need to be different to any email address the parent/guardian uses for their own International Festival bookings.

An International Festival brochure and welcome pack will be sent to the address provided. 

To be eligible the participant must be 18 years old or under on 24 March 2018 and attend a school/be home schooled in Edinburgh and the Lothians and be learning as instrument or be part of a music group, ensemble or choir.

The passport entitles you to one free ticket plus one half price adult ticket for each of the selected concerts. The free ticket must be used by the named participant and cannot be transferred to another individual.

Offer subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or discounts.

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