A Folk & Acoustic Music Coffeehouse Since 1973
Concerts at The Universalist Church, 433 Fern St., West Hartford, CT*
860-770-3001•Credit/Debit Cards Accepted at the Door
*unless noted otherwise
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The Sounding Board is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1973 to present and preserve folk music in all its forms in the Greater Hartford area
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The Sounding Board uses Brown Paper Tickets for advance ticketing services.
To purchase tickets to a Sounding Board concert. click on the event you want to attend in the list at the right. You will be taken to the Brown Paper Tickets website where you can complete your purchase.
When your ticket purchase is complete, you may print paper tickets on your own printer. You can also show the confirmation email received from Brown Paper Tickets on your mobile device at the door.
Your ticket purchase will appear on your credit card statement as Brown Paper Tickets.
Ticket purchases are non-refundable. A small service charge in addition to the ticket price applies to every purchase. A portion of the service charge is used to support arts and cultural organizations throughout the United States.
The Sounding Board also accepts credit and debit cards for ticket purchases at the door.
Events with The Sounding Board ticket logo will be held
Saturdays at 7:30 pm at The Universalist Church,
433 Fern Street, West Hartford, CT. For directions click here.
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