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Pops on the Heights
the Barbara and Jim Cleary Scholarship Gala
September 26, 2014

Pops on the Heights: the Barbara and Jim Cleary Scholarship Gala is a Boston College tradition that brings the world-famous Boston Pops Orchestra to Conte Forum for an evening of melodies and memories, all in the name in supporting scholarships.

Join us this September for an unforgettable night by purchasing either a floor-level Benefactor’s Table or a ticket in one of the four sections in the stands.

Changing Lives Through Pops Scholarships

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Ticket Information

Guests are seated on a first-come, first-served basis. While we will try our best to meet the requests of our guests, we cannot guarantee the reservation of specific seats.

Handicapped-accessible seating is available for $50 per ticket.

No refunds are available for Pops on the Heights tickets.

With the exception of the tickets for Balcony, a portion of the price of each ticket is tax-deductible. Boston College will send tax receipts two to four weeks after the date your order was placed. Please be advised Donor Advised/Charitable Gift Fund regulations will not allow you to use this payment method for any portion of your purchase for Pops. If you have any further questions, please contact your Donor Advised Fund/ Charitable fund directly.

James Cleary

The Cleary Legacy

Barbara and Jim Cleary ’50 H’93, P’84, ’89, were the founders and chairman of Pops on the Heights. Click here to read more about these great friends to Boston College

Leading benefactors enjoy Pops at a table on the floor of Conte Forum with family, friends, and leading members of the BC family. Interested? View more information about Benefactor Tables and how they help change lives.

Individual Tickets »

Pops on the Heights is open to the entire Boston College community. We encourage you to bring your family and friends.

All individual tickets are currently sold out. For more information, please call 1-800-767-5591.

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