Cape Symphony Joins State EBT Card to Culture Program

HYANNIS – The Cape Symphony joins over 100 other non-profit arts, history and science venues across the state in providing free or discounted admission to low-income families.

It’s made possible through the newly announced EBT Card to Culture program.

The program is a collaboration between the Mass Cultural Council and the Executive Office of Health and Human Services’ Department of Transitional Assistance.

“We’ve always believed that the arts are a vital element to a well-rounded, enriched life and this program fall right into that belief, supporting our mission of inspiring joy through the arts,” said Cape Symphony Chief Operating Officer Linda Mawhinney.

The Cape Symphony is offering free tickets to every concert in the 2017-2018 season, subject to availability, for the EBT Card to Culture program.

A valid Massachusetts EBT card must be presented to receive the free tickets.

Tickets must be obtained by either visiting the Cape Symphony Box Office in Hyannis or the Box Office at the Barnstable Performing Arts Center on the concert date.

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