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ARE YOU READY FOR THE FALL TICKET RELEASE ON SEPTEMBER 2 at 10am (ET)?

If you’re all set for Wednesday, read no further and we’ll see you soon at an event! If you have questions about ticketing, we’re here to help.

As you may know, beginning this seasonĀ Concerts from the Library of Congress ticketing will be powered by Eventbrite, eliminating all ticket processing and service charges. Yes, you read that right: We now offer you an easy, convenient and completely FREE way to obtain tickets to our events on the Capitol Hill campus.

Using a new ticketing platform can be confusing. If you aren’t totally confident with the Eventbrite system, we invite you to take this very simple tour. Want to see what the Eventbrite experience is like? Try it out by clicking on the image below:

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We strongly recommend setting up a free account to speed up your ticketing experience. When you’re logged into your account your name and email will automatically populate each order, saving you time and making the booking process even easier. Please note that there is no shopping cart. Tickets to individual events must be booked separately.

Check out the full list of our events at Eventbrite. See an event you’d like to attend? Click SAVE THIS EVENT to build your personally curated list.

If you have questions after using the tutorial, feel free to email us at concerts [at] loc [dot] gov.

    Guide to using Eventbrite [Click on the image to view at full size]

Guide to using Eventbrite [Click on the image to view at full size]

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