Oregon Symphony

 

Concert Information

Arts for All

A question-and-answer guide to this resource:


Q. Who can buy $5 tickets?
 
A. Anyone who qualifies for and has a valid Oregon Trail (SNAP) Card.

Q. Where do I get $5 tickets?
 
A. Either: 1. In person at the Oregon Symphony Ticket Office at 909 SW Washington, in downtown Portland Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm, starting the Monday before a concert, or at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall at 1037 SW Broadway in downtown Portland at the concert hall starting two hours before a concert. OR 2. By phone by calling the Ticket Office at 503-228-1353 Monday-Friday, 10 am-9 pm to secure your ticket. It will be held in will call for you to pick up the night of the concert by showing both your state issued photo ID and your Oregon Trail (SNAP) card.


Q. How do I buy the tickets?
 
A. You must provide your Oregon Trail Card at the time of purchase and pay with cash or credit card. SNAP credit on the Oregon Trail Card cannot be used for purchasing concert tickets.

Q. What tickets can I buy?
 
A. $5 Arts for All tickets are usually available for the same Oregon Symphony concerts that offer student discounts. Some seating restrictions apply and tickets are subject to availability. Check OrSymphony.org/student for updates, and be sure to call the ticket office at 503-228-1353 to verify eligibility.

Q. How soon before a concert may I buy tickets?
 
A. You may purchase tickets starting the Monday before a concert weekend.

Q. Who else is offering $5 tickets?
 
A. Portland Opera, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Chamber Music Northwest, Friends of Chamber Music, Portland Piano International, Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland Youth Philharmonic, Portland Symphonic Choir, Cappella Romana, and many others. See the complete list of participating arts organizations on the RACC Arts for All web page.

Check with the individual group for their ticketing details.


Sponsored by: City of Portland, Work for Art, Regional Arts and Culture Council and All Classical Portland.

 

 

 


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