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For the young

Pass' Jeune Opéra/Comédie Française

THE paris opera/COMÉDIE-FRANÇAISE YOUNG ADULT’S 2014-2015 SEASON PASS



Sold at a price of €20 and specifically designed for those under the age of 28*,the Pass’ Jeunes young adult’s pass allows holders to purchase tickets in advance and at reduced rates on a selection of performances at the Paris Opera and the Comédie-Française.

Due to the high demand for young adult's 2014-2015 season pass from their first day of sale, we are no longer able to offer any more this season.

*Born after January 1st 1986

*Born after January 1st 1986

Preferential rates
Young clients – 2014/2015 season

AT THE PARIS OPERA AT THE COMÉDIE-FRANÇAISE

> 30€ for operas

> 20€ for ballets and symphonic concerts

> 10€ for "salons musicaux"

> 26€, 16€ ou 9€ at the Salle Richelieu (depending on the category)

> 10€ at the Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier


> The Pass’ Jeunes allows holders to avoid the lines and enjoy reduced rates on the purchase of last-minute tickets at the Paris Opera’s box offices only (not including special-event evenings*). These tickets are sold on a selection of performances at the price of €30 for operas, €20 for ballets and symphonic concerts and €10 for  salons musicaux", depending on availability. Tickets for Friday and Saturday evening performances cost €35 for operas and €25 for ballets and symphonic concerts.

> Holders of the Pass’ Jeunes Opéra/Comédie-Française young adult’s pass also enjoy free visits to the Palais Garnier throughout the period of validity of the Pass.

* Last-minute ticket prices do not apply to any of the above performances which are deemed to be “Special-Event” evenings: 
- Lander/Forsythe, 20 September 2014
- Lander/Forsythe, 4 October 2014
- Die Entführung aus dem Serail, 16 October 2014
-The Nutcracker, 7 December 2014
- New Year at the Opera Bastille, 31 December 2014
- New Year at the Palais Garnier, 31 December 2014
- The Song of the Earth, 4 March 2015
- Le roi Arthus, 19 May 2015




The Paris Opera’s actions in favour of young audiences enjoy the support of the Fondation BNP Paribas.