Frequently Asked Questions:
Christmas Concert Tickets
How will I know if my online request was successful?
Once you’ve selected your tickets and confirmed them by entering your username and password, you will see a screen that says at the top “This is not your ticket.” This means that your request has been successful. Scroll down to see “Ticket Order Information,” which will include an order number. You may want to print or write down this order number.
How will I receive my tickets to the concert?
This year, you will not receive any tickets in the mail. Instead, all Christmas concert tickets can be managed at your “My LDS Tickets” account. You can choose to print the tickets at home, forward them via email to friends and family, or access them from your mobile device.
Watch this video for instructions. You can print or forward tickets on a computer or mobile device. If you print tickets, each ticket will need to be printed on its own 8½” x 11” piece of paper. To access your ticket on your mobile device, you will need to go through your “My LDS Tickets” account. Tickets will indicate the section where your seats are located.
What if I didn’t get tickets to the Christmas concerts? Are there other options available?
Each year there are hundreds of thousands of requests for tickets to the Christmas concerts. If you were not successful with your online ticket request, please check our Christmas Concert page for other options we will be adding to enjoy The Tabernacle Choir this Christmas. Please read about standby seating and the Music & the Spoken Word broadcast on Sunday morning as options.
Will there be standby seating?
We encourage patrons without tickets to join the standby line each evening. Many standbys are seated in the Conference Center each year. The standby line forms at the north gate on Temple Square approximately two hours prior to the concert start time. Patrons in this line will be seated in the Tabernacle and taken to the Conference Center to fill empty seats as they are available.
Since patrons who have tickets are required to be in their seats 30 minutes prior to the concert, seats that are empty at that time will be filled by those seated in the Tabernacle. The program will be screened live on the big screens in the Tabernacle for those who are not able to be seated in the Conference Center.
Do I need a ticket for the Music & the Spoken Word broadcast on Sunday, December 16, 2018?
No tickets are required for this 30-minute broadcast event in the Conference Center on December 16. Admission is free to those eight years of age and older. Doors will open at 8:30 a.m., and patrons should be in their seats by 9:15 a.m. The broadcast will include music from the concerts.
Special Offers Communicated to Choir Notes Subscribers
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Tickets not distributed through the Conference Center Ticket Office cannot be guaranteed to be authentic or valid. Buying or selling Christmas concert tickets is not permitted. Tickets obtained via these means can be invalidated.