Tickets now on sale for all 2021-22 season. Tickets can be purchased online or by phone at 800-595-4849. With the Harris Center not providing ticket office services for our 2021 concerts, tickets will not be available to purchase at the door. Tickets can be purchased online or via the phone up to 15 minutes before concert time. Be sure to bring your “print at home” ticket for entry.

The management of the Harris Center, where the Folsom Lake Symphony performs, is transitioning to an outside company. The new management company, to be announced in the coming months, will assume responsibility for the Harris Center by the end of this year. In the meantime, we will manage our own concert ticketing (via, independent of the Harris Center, for our October and December 2021 concerts. Due to this change, we are unable to offer 2021-22 season subscriptions. Thank you for your understanding and support during this transition.

The health and safety of our audiences, musicians, volunteers and staff continue to be our top priorities. All symphony musicians, volunteers and staff are vaccinated. The Harris Center COVID-19 safety protocol requires all patrons to be vaccinated and to show proof of vaccination along with photo ID upon entry. Children under 12 do not require vaccination. For those who are unable to get vaccinated (including those who self-attest to a medical or religious exemption), you may provide a negative test result from a COVID test (must be a lab/PCR/TMA test; home and/or antigen tests are not accepted) taken within 72 hours of performance time for entry into the venue. All patrons, including children under 12, are required to wear a mask at all times. Please arrive 30 minutes in advance to check proof of vaccination.

Please see the Harris Center COVID-19 Safety Protocol for additional details.

The Harris Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the return of live performances!
In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Harris Center was temporarily closed to ensure the health and safety of our patrons, performers, volunteers, faculty, staff, and students. Even while closed, support from our donors, members, and community never wavered. Because of this generosity, the Harris Center and the Los Rios Colleges Foundation are pleased to partner with our local community-based organizations and help sponsor their return to live performances at the Center as part of the soft reopening this fall. All nonprofits participating will have the opportunity to receive a financial sponsorship from the Harris Center to help offset the costs associated with rental fees and other operating expenses. These funds will ensure the return of some our community arts organizations to the stage, and allow them to provide the professional, entertaining, and heartwarming performances the Harris Center has become known for over the past 10 years.

Pricing and programming subject to change without notice. All ticket sales are final and there are no refunds or exchanges.