Tickets are $35. For the first time this year, tickets will be available through the Bobcat Ticket Office and are also available by phone or online.
The Bobcat Ticket Office, which is located in Brick Breeden Fieldhouse, is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Free parking for ticket buyers is provided in the lot directly below the ticket office.
Tickets may also be purchased over the phone by calling (406) 994-2287 (994-CATS) or online at ticketswest.com (search "madrigal dinner"). A convenience fee will be charged for purchases made online or over the phone.
The popular MSU School of Music production, which is in its 46th year, transports contemporary guests to a Renaissance feast. Paul Birkeland, director of MSU catering, and his crew will prepare a menu featuring a pork loin dinner or a vegetarian option. The dinner ends with traditional English fig pudding. Knaves and wenches perform traditional carols sung for centuries during the 12 days of Christmas.
The dinner will also be held Friday, Dec. 2, at the Gallatin Gateway Inn and Monday, Dec. 5, at Bucks T-4 in Big Sky. Tickets for the Dec. 2 performance may be purchased by calling the Inn, 763-4672. Tickets for the Monday night performance in Big Sky are available from the Big Sky Association for the Arts, 995-2742.
Kirk Aamot (406) 994-5755, firstname.lastname@example.org