Event Calendar

Friends of Lincoln Center

  • Exclusive Presale Access
  • Open Rehearsals (free, members-only)
  • Patron Lounge access during concert intermissions
  • Invitations to exclusive events

Pre-sale for American Songbook 2020

Members enjoy pre-sale access for American Songbook 2020, starting November 6th.

Presale starts at noon on Nov 6th and Nov12th.

Season Announcement

October 30, 2019

Even Earlier Access

Members at the Sustaining ($500) Level and above enjoy six extra days of presale!

November 6, 2019

Member Presale

Members at the Member ($100) and Contributing ($200) Levels have an extra four days to buy.

November 12, 2019

Public On Sale

November 15, 2019

Looking to make a bigger impact?

Join the Chairman’s Council for invitations to pre-performance dinner parties, exclusive events, and concierge ticketing assistance across the Lincoln Center campus. Join the Chairman’s Council

Open Rehearsals 2020

Mostly Mozart Festival Open Rehearsals will be announced June 2020.

  • At the $100 level, you and one guest are eligible to attend one open rehearsal.

  • At the $200 level, you and one guest are eligible to attend all open rehearsals.

  • At the $500 level, you and one guest are eligible to attend all open rehearsals and the pre-rehearsal breakfast.

Explore Our Other Membership Groups

Chairman’s Council

This influential group of patrons attends special dinners and performances year-round.

Lincoln Center Young Patrons

Lincoln Center Young Patrons connects culturally-minded New Yorkers in their 20s and 30s who celebrate, support, and promote the world’s leading performing arts center: Lincoln Center.

Lincoln Center Kids

Lincoln Center Kids (LC Kids) is an exciting program that makes the performing arts both fun and accessible for children and families.

Lincoln Center Student Arts Council

Lincoln Center Student Arts Council (LC SAC) is a group of teen advocates working to engage their generation in all art forms. Using the resources of Lincoln Center, the group’s mission is to create opportunities to make the arts more accessible to a diverse audience.

Lincoln Center Presents performances include: American Songbook, Great Performers, Mostly Mozart Festival, and White Light Festival.