The program is offered to those whose financial and/or social situation would otherwise prohibit them from attending the performing arts and enjoying the festival experience. Tickets are distributed solely through non-profit and community-based organizations that coordinate their visit to the Ann Arbor Summer Festival with their clients.
To be eligible for this program, your organization must be a registered non-profit that works with underserved populations who would otherwise be unable to afford tickets.
Tickets are to be distributed only to clients and appropriate chaperones or representatives. A copy of your organization’s nonprofit determination letter will also be required to confirm your group's eligibility. If your organization does not fit this description, we apologize that we are unable to assist you.
Tickets are not granted directly to individuals. To participate, interested organizations must submit the following online application to be part of the Good Neighbor Ticket Program with tickets being awarded after May 1. Distribution of tickets to select indoor shows is determined by demand, availability, and an organization’s previous requests. Every effort is made to provide each organization with some number of tickets to available performances.