Event Information

  • Tickets


    General Admission Tickets $40 for adults in advance/$50 day of show. $15 for children under 12 years of age. Call the Chamber office: 828.295.7851 Stop by the Chamber office: 132 Park Avenue, Blowing Rock, NC 28605 Buy tickets online here. Sorry, NO REFUNDS on any tickets. Tickets may be purchased in person through the Blowing Read More
  • Symphony Program 2017

    Symphony Program 2017

    July 27, 2018 Chetola Resort, Blowing Rock, NC
  • Sponsorship Info

    Sponsorship Info

    The Symphony by the Lake at Chetola has long been considered the “centerpiece” of the summer season in Blowing Rock. Each year, over 4000 attendees assemble on the surrounding lawn to enjoy music, food and drink under the open sky. The symphony scheduled to perform for the 2018 event is The Symphony of the Mountains Read More
  • Parking & Shuttles

    Parking & Shuttles

    Shuttle service, provided by Air Haven Limo and Trolley, will run from the American Legion Hall parking deck and the BRAHM parking deck as well as from the Food Lion parking lot. Use of the shuttle is strongly suggested. The shuttles begin at 5:30pm. Will Call ticket pick up will be at the Blowing Rock Chamber Read More
  • Volunteer Info

    Volunteer Info

    Our volunteers are the foundation and heart of our ability to do events in Blowing Rock.  The Symphony by the Lake will bring approximately 4000 guests to the area who will need assistance with ticketing, parking, directions and more.  We’d love to have your happy face and kind words to welcome guests and assist us Read More
  • Patron Tent Rentals

    Patron Tent Rentals

    Join the Fun! Reserve one of our Patron Tents and host your own private symphony party!  A great option for both business and social contacts, host your guests under the comfort of your own private tent and adjoining area.  Bring your own food, have it catered by your favorite chef or purchase your meals at the Chetola buffet.  Read More
  • About the Orchestra

    About the Orchestra

    Symphony of the Mountains was formed in 1946 as the Kingsport Civic Symphony. Twenty-seven musicians attended the first rehearsal and the number grew rapidly to more than forty. The first concert was free to the public and neither the conductor nor any of the musicians were paid. Today Symphony of the Mountains serves the entire Read More