We know you’re as excited as we are about the Cape Symphony’s return to the concert hall!

On May 17, 2021, Governor Baker announced that all remaining COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted effective May 29th. All industry-specific restrictions will be lifted, and capacity will increase to 100% for all industries, plus the gathering limit will be rescinded. For the Cape Symphony, and for everyone, this is great news!

Combined with the excellent news that the Town of Barnstable Schools will welcome us back into the Barnstable Performing Arts Center this fall, it means we can proceed with our plans to present our 2021/22 season beginning in September!

Our plan is to begin renewing series subscriptions in early July, and tickets will go on sale in early August.

If you’re a current subscriber to the Masterpiece or CapePOPS! Series (or both), we’re holding your seats for you. Subscribers will receive the first preview of the new season’s programming.

If you had tickets to a canceled concert from the spring of 2020, here’s what you need to know. Credits have been applied to customer accounts in the Cape Symphony ticketing system for all three of the canceled concerts: April, May, and June of 2020. You can dispose of any tickets in your possession, as all new tickets for the 2021/22 season with the new dates will be printed and mailed to you. Whether you’re a subscriber or individual ticket buyer, you’ll have the opportunity to apply your canceled concert credits to the upcoming season’s balance.

Recently, some of you asked if you can still donate the value of your tickets for the canceled 2020 concerts back to the Cape Symphony. We appreciate this so much! If you’d like to do so, please email the Box Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We’ll email you a tax donation letter.

We’re looking forward to seeing you again!

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