The Show Must Go On


As can be expected, this season will be unlike any other. It is our highest priority to protect the health and well-being of all our patrons, artists, volunteers, and staff. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for your continued support of the Meridian Symphony Orchestra and your patience during these unprecedented times. 

MSA and MSU Riley Center staff are working diligently to provide a safe, artistic experience for our upcoming 60th Anniversary Season. Please review our new COVID-19 policies below for an optimized concert experience.

For updates concerning concert programming in real time, connect with us via website, social media, and e-newsletter.

Ticket Sales


Due to capacity restrictions, we are unable to sell individual tickets for upcoming concerts at this time. We encourage patrons to purchase season subscriptions, which include benefits such as discounted tickets to all six concerts of the season, admission to special events, and reserved seating. 

We will continue updating our patrons via website, social media, and e-newsletter if individual tickets become available.

Safety Policies


As can be expected, this season will be unlike any other. MSA and MSU Riley Center staff are working diligently to provide the safest concert experience possible; our patrons can expect the following safety measures upon attending a Meridian Symphony Orchestra concert this fall:

Patrons will likely experience assigned seating which is different from their typical first-choice in order to allow for social distancing throughout the theatre.

The MSU Riley Center staff will be utilizing a thermal imaging camera in order to screen for fevers.

50% seating capacity allows for approximately 4 feet of distance between parties, which necessitates a mask requirement inside the theatre.