Beware of Scams

Buyer Beware!

It’s so easy to be tricked by ticket scammers when purchasing online. Marin Symphony does not sell tickets through third-party ticket vendors. Our tickets should only be purchased through our website: and ticketing platform, by phone (415) 479-8100, or at the concert starting 60 minutes before the performance.

Why are we telling you this?

Scammers are becoming more and more prevalent, and they prey on unsuspecting shoppers by making you believe they are legitimate through convincing impersonation and domain names. They are not. If you purchase tickets directly from a reseller, you will pay 80%-300% more than the tickets are priced through us. Don’t fall for this scam!

Marin Symphony 2023-24 actual ticket prices:

$20 (youth) $42 (subscriber) $45 (single ticket) plus a $3/ticket fee.

How to know you're on Marin Symphony's site

If you’re unsure you’re on the right site, search for language such as: “3rd” or “third party”, “re-sale” or “resale”, “not associated with any venue, performer or box office”, or “prices may be above or below face value”. Google the seller name and phone number to see if they result in fraud alerts.

Here are known ticket resellers to avoid:

(this is a partial list)

ticketnetwork dot com
ticketsqueeze dot com
ticketliquedator dot com
ticketsmarter dot com
rateyourseats dot com
vividseats dot com
eventticketcenter dot com
ticketsonsale dot com

This is what our homepage and ticket platform look like:

Where to safely purchase Marin Symphony tickets
Phone: (415) 479-8100
At concerts: Starting 60 minutes before the performance

Our ticket policy regarding third party sellers

Marin Symphony is not responsible for tickets purchased through unauthorized third parties such as ticket brokers or online outlets. Tickets purchased from third parties may not be valid and unusable for admittance, and we cannot replace lost or stolen third-party tickets. Tickets purchased from third parties may be priced much higher than the ticket’s actual face value, and we will be unable to contact holders of such tickets about program changes or cancellations.