2021/22 Season FAQs

Updated September 1, 2021

We can’t wait to welcome you back for in-person performances in our 2021/22 season! We understand that you may have questions about our return to the stage. We’ll do our best to provide you with the most up-to-date information. Check this page often for new details.

Thank you for your continued support and patience as we work to safely bring audiences, musicians, and employees together again.



How will the 2021/22 season look compared to previous seasons?

Due to restriction limits and the uncertainty of what further restrictions the next few months may bring, there will be no Subscriptions for the 2021/22 season. All tickets will be sold individually online or over the phone.

When will you announce the second half of the season?

The second half of the season will be announced in November. Updates will be available on our website, Facebook page, and through our newsletter.

What safety measures will be in place?

The safety of our patrons, musicians, and staff is our top priority. We have developed safety guidelines that meet Canadian Public Health requirements. You can see our current guidelines for attending a concert HERE.

When will tickets go on sale?

Tickets for the first half of the season will be on sale Monday, September 13th. Attendees MUST purchase their tickets ahead of time. Tickets will not be available at the door.

How many tickets will be available for each concert?

Currently, we are limited to a 50% capacity for all performances. To accommodate for this restriction, we will be performing each concert two nights in a row.

What happens if concerts are impacted by COVID-19?

The TBSO values the support of our patrons and it is important to use that you feel confident when purchasing a ticket to our concerts. In the event that a concert in the 2021/22 season is cancelled due to COVID-19, ticket holders will have the choice to receive a refund or donate your tickets for a charitable tax receipt.

How can I support the TBSO?

A great way to support your TBSO and ensure the rich traditional heritage of symphonic music stays alive in Thunder Bay is to become an annual donor— either with a single gift or monthly installments. To make a donation visit www.tbso.ca/donate.

We appreciate the support of all our annual donors, at all levels of investment. Thank you!

How to Reach Us

Is your office open?

TBSO Staff are working remotely and can be reached over the phone at (807) 626-8276 or via email at [email protected] during summer business hours, Monday – Thursday 10am-4pm.