Concert Sponsorship

We continue to present concerts with world-renowned artists because of our generous sponsors. Show your support for music in the local community today! There are many different levels and options to choose from. Sponsor the WSO by calling (724) 837-1850 for more information.

Concert Sponsor: $3,000

  • Verbal recognition from the stage
  • Mention in all concert newspaper ads, direct mail, social media
  • Name and logo on WSO website
  • Sponsor poster in the lobby of the The Palace Theatre the evening of concert
  • Program book insert
  • Opportunity to display sponsor materials in The Palace Theatre lobby
  • Eight (8) tickets to each sponsored concert upon request

Other Sponsorship Levels include:

  • Guest Artist Sponsor – $1,500
  • Nutcracker Sponsor – $3,000
  • Summer Concert in the Park – $3,000
  • Corporate Contributions – $500

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