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Thank you for requesting tickets for the RPS Music Awards Dinner at The Brewery on Wednesday 9 May 2018. You will receive email confirmation of your order shortly.

If you have requested your complimentary ticket(s) only, then you may close this page. You will receive confirmation of your booking shortly.

If you are purchasing tickets, please now make your payment by following the instructions below, or contact us to request an invoice.

1) SELECT YOUR TICKET TYPE from the drop-down menu below and click 'Pay Online'. Please note:

  • If you are booking a table of 10/12, please select "Shortlist Table Rate" (£125 per ticket) from the drop-down menu below and amend the ticket quantity to the number of tickets you are purchasing (on top of your complimentary ticket allocation) on thefollowing PayPal Checkout page. For the Shortlist Table Rate deal, there is a minimum purchase of 8 tickets.
  • If you are buying more than one of the same ticket type,please amend the ticket quantity on the following PayPal page, then click 'update' to refresh the total payment amount. Be sure to double check your ticket quantity on the next page before you checkout.

2) PROCEED TO CHECKOUT, and either log into your PayPal account or click ''Check Out - Pay without a PayPal account'.

Alternatively you may send a cheque payable to the Royal Philharmonic Society to 48 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7BB.

RPS Music Awards Tickets

What happens next?

If you are paying online, you will receive an email from PayPal confirming that your payment has been received. If you are contacting us to request an invoice, we will be in touch with you in due course. Tickets will be sent out via post towards the end of April.

If you have any queries about your booking, please contact us.

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