The spring pop-concert season opened in Symphony Hall last night, and will continue through the first week in July. The opening this spring has been delayed almost a month, as the orchestra has been playing at the Panama-Pacific exposition, whence they have just returned. The house is all sold out for tonight, but seats may now be obtained for tomorrow night and Friday, which will be Wagner night. The prices are 75 cents and 50 cents for reserved seats, and 25 cents for admission and second balcony.
Spring Pop Concerts Open
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