Get your Passport (To the Arts)

Did you know?

The Hilberry Theatre is destination 2 on the Detroit Passport to the Arts!

What is the Passport to the Arts?

MISSION STATEMENT:
The mission of Detroit Passport to the Arts is to cultivate the next generation of arts and culture enthusiasts in Metro Detroit through increased awareness of and access to the arts community.

HOW THE PASSPORT WORKS:
With a single passport, you will have access to six performances presented by seven metro Detroit cultural organizations. Each will be accompanied by an evening of insider events, such as wine or beer tastings, dance lessons or guest speakers, along with after parties and access to world class artists.

Enjoy all the VIP benefits you would normally receive when purchasing a season pass to a single organization’s series. But now, instead of committing to just one series, you will enjoy a sampling of offerings by some of metro Detroit’s world-class arts organizations.

PASSPORT DESTINATIONS INCLUDE:
Detroit Symphony Orchestra, The Hilberry Theatre, The Detroit Film Theatre, Eisenhower Dance Ensemble, Michigan Opera Theatre and Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival.

Interested in Buying a Passport? Check out dp2a.org. We suggest hurrying! The initial 200 passports offered (at a special introductory price of $89) have been sold!

An additional 100 passports have been released for a price of $109. But hurry! As of Sept 20th, the price will increase to $119.

As they explain on the dp2a.org website: “Demand for such performances often increases as the events draw near…”

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