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The Muziekpublique membership card has plenty of advantages. For an annual cost of 10 euros, the card entitles you to discounts on standard concert ticket prices and free entry to concerts listed as ’free to members’. Membership cards are issued to individuals and are valid from January until December.

- Benefits

-Free access to selected ’free to members’ concerts
-Reduced ticket prices for standard concerts upon presentation of membership card.
-Access to courses.
-A quarterly concert programme mailed to your home address
-A personal code (on the back of the membership card under the barcode) entitling you to a membership discount when buying Muziekpublique tickets online

How can I get a membership card?

1) Via the TICKETSHOP on the Muziekpublique site:

There are various options:

- *COMBO*: Membership card (10€)+ ticket with membership discount for a concert of your choice. On the webpage showing the concert details, the ’combo’ ticket can be bought by clicking on TICKETS. Then, on the day of the concert, exchange your voucher for the relevant concert ticket and receive your membership card.

- Membership card to be picked up at the Molière or MABO (10€) Buy a membership card via our TICKETSHOP. Your card will be held ready at Molière or MABO (addresses below). After picking up your card, you can use it to get discounts. To obtain a discount before you can collect your card, email us atticket@muziekpublique.be, and we will send you a temporary code for your first purchase.

- Membership card to be sent by post (€ 11.25) Buy a membership card via our TICKETSHOP. Your membership card will be posted to the address you give when you apply for the card. If you do not receive your card in time, email us at ticket@muziekpublique.be, and we will send you a temporary code for a discount on your first purchase.

- Muziekpublique, Molière, Galerie Porte de Namur, 1050 Brussels
- Mabo, Rue de la Braie 22, 1000 Brussels

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