Our ticket programs for college and high school students.
- $12 & $20 UMS Student Tickets
- Dig In With UMS
- New York Philharmonic (Oct 10) at Rackham Building, 4th Floor
- Youssou N’Dour (Nov 14) at at Alumni Center
- Handel’s Messiah (Date TBD) at Location TBA
- Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, trumpet (Jan 20) at Rackham Building, 4th Floor
- Nufonia Must Fall (Mar 11) at Alumni Center
- Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán (Apr 1) at Alumni Center
- First- and second-year Bert's Ticket
- Busting Student Myths
We’ve got great news! UMS is simplifying our student ticket options with a new, easy program. Whether you buy in advance or on the day of the show, students will always get the same sweet deal: All student tickets are $12 or $20, depending on seat location.
Dig In With UMS
Sponsored by the University of Michigan Credit Union, Dig In with UMS is a $15 ticket package deal that includes a great seat at the performance, exclusive access to a pre-show dinner, and a fun activity to get you thinking about the performance in a whole new way. The UMS Student Committee will be hosting Dig Ins before six exciting UMS performances:
All student tickets — including Dig In With UMS tickets — will go on sale in on September 14, 2015. More information about events and performances coming in August 2015.
Dig In With UMS is sponsored by UM Credit Union.
For undergraduate first-year and second-year students
Photo: Bert Askwith holds “Thank you” card signed by U-M students.
Bert Askwith (1911-2015) was a true victor for the arts and an incredible advocate for the U-M student experience. In 2012, at 102 years old, Bert pledged to buy every U-M first- and second-year undergraduate student a free ticket to a UMS performance and a second ticket for a friend available for only $10.
Eligible performances will be announced at the beginning of each semester — the rest is up to you. Don’t miss out on your free ticket!
Our Student Committee put together a few student myths about UMS – and then busted them! Check out some of these common misconceptions and learn more about our student programs.
Myth 1: Tickets are expensive!
Wrong! All students (not just University of Michigan students!) can get student tickets starting at just $12 to most UMS performances. University of Michigan undergraduate first- and second-year students are also eligible to receive one free Bert’s Ticket to a UMS performance of their choice.
Myth 2: UMS just presents classical music.
Wrong! UMS actually presents all kinds of performances, from classical music and chamber music to theater, dance, jazz, global, and even Indie music. Check out our full season to explore all of our offerings.
Myth 3: I won’t fit in, or I have to dress up to attend a UMS performance.
Wrong! There’s no dress code at UMS performances. While there’s sometimes a culture of dressing up nicely for classical music orchestra performances and recitals, most of our audiences dress casually. We encourage you to wear what you want to the performance – this is Ann Arbor, after all!
Myth 4: It takes too much of a time commitment to go to a UMS performance.
Wrong! UMS performances vary in length, but they generally begin at 7:30 pm or 8 pm and last an hour or two. Most UMS performances are right here on University of Michigan campus. You can enjoy world-class artists all before 10 pm, when the night is still young.
Got more questions or myths? Contact the UMS Student Committee at email@example.com