How to purchase

The easiest and best way to purchase tickets is through our secure online payment system. You do NOT need a Paypal account.

  • add multiple concert tickets to the shopping cart, then pay once with the View Cart button
  • on each event page, select your ticket option (General, Member, Senior, etc.) and click Add to Cart. Adjust quantity on next page. To select more than one type, click Continue Shopping and repeat the process

Other ways to pay

  • Check:  Email us ( or call (978-692-6333) to confirm that tickets are still available.  Once we confirm that tickets are still available, send a check to: PCA, PO Box 411, Westford, MA 01886.   Please send payment within 7 days of purchase.
  • E-gift card – to redeem a PCA e-gift card, email us with the event name, ticket details, e-gift card number, and total amount. This may be done up to one day prior to the event. Look for a return confirmation email. Admission is NOT guaranteed until you receive the confirmation email.
  • At the Door: If the event is not sold out, tickets will be available at the door and may be purchased by cash or check only. We will indicate sold out shows on the event page of the website, but check with us by phone to make sure.

Ticket Refund Policy

All sales are final.  If you find that you can no longer use your seats, let us know and we may have a waiting list.  It is your responsibility, however, to resell your seats to the folks on the waiting list.

Where are My Tickets?

We don’t actually print tickets; we keep a reservation list.  So when you come to the event, your name is listed along with the number of seats purchased. You may bring a printout of the Paypal or e-gift card confirmation email as a backup.

Seating / Tables / Refreshments

For most evening concerts and events, patrons sit at cafe tables. If you reserve 5 or more tickets, or if you need special seating for wheelchair access or the elderly, you may request a reserved table.  Smaller parties will share the table with other patrons.  The PCA does not sell refreshments so patrons are encouraged to BYOB and BYO food.

Classical concerts are generally “concert-hall” style without a BYO policy. Exceptions are noted on the event page.