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Ongoing Offers

Save 10% on tickets to most additional concerts when you subscribe to a series of concerts. Learn more

Save when you buy tickets as a group of ten or more – the bigger your group, the bigger the discount! Learn more

 

$10 Student Tickets

With our Student Ticket program, you can see Oregon Symphony concerts as often as you want – you won’t even have to dip into your coffee budget. Pay $15 for student tickets at the door, or save even more when you buy an advance ticket online for just $10!

Here’s how it works:

  1. Visit our Ticket Office downtown (909 SW Washington) and show us your current student ID.
  2. We’ll give an access code for your student discount.
  3. Return here to find a list of eligible concerts. Note: we’ll continuously add new concerts to the list, so check back frequently!
  4. Buy your $10 ticket online. Student Tickets are available starting the Monday before the concert.
  5. When you arrive at the concert, simply show your student ID at Will Call to pick up your ticket.

If you haven’t bought a ticket online by concert time or don’t have an access code, don’t worry. You can always buy a $15 ticket at the door.

One ticket per student ID. Some seating restrictions apply.

Eligible Concerts and Dates

Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 (Monday, Oct. 29)
Petrushka (Sunday and Monday, Nov. 4–5)
The Capitol Steps (Tuesday, Nov. 6)
Beethoven’s “Emperor” (Sunday and Monday, Nov. 18–19)
Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances (Saturday and Monday, Dec. 1 & 3)
Comfort and Joy: A Classical Christmas (Monday, Dec. 17)

 

Military Discount

The Oregon Symphony invites active military personnel and veterans to attend select concerts at a special discounted rate!

To take advantage of this program, bring your military ID or veteran’s ID card to our Ticket Office or to the concert hall starting two hours before the concert. Based on availability, we are able to offer up to four tickets to select concerts at only $20 per ticket. Once you've shown your ID, you can also use the military discount when you buy tickets by phone.

The military discount is typically available for the same concerts that are eligible for student discounts; check this page frequently for an updated list.

Subject to availability. Some seating restrictions apply

 

Arts for All – $5 Tickets

The Oregon Symphony is proud to make our concerts accessible to all Oregonians through the Arts for All program. Oregon Trail (SNAP) card holders can buy tickets to eligible concerts for just $5.

To buy Arts for All tickets, call or visit our Ticket Office starting the Monday before the concert you’d like to attend. You’ll need to show your Oregon Trail Card and your photo ID when you buy your tickets, or when you pick them up from will call if you order over the phone. Note that you’ll need to pay with cash or credit card; SNAP credit cannot be used to buy concert tickets.

Arts for All tickets are typically available for the same concerts that are eligible for student discounts; check this page frequently for an updated list. Be sure to call the Ticket Office at 503-228-1353 to verify eligibility.

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

 

Senior Rush

Seniors (ages 62 and over) can buy half-priced rush tickets to most Classical and Pops Series in the lobby of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall starting two hours before eligible concerts.

For information about a specific concert, call the Ticket Office at 503-228-1353. Senior Rush tickets are subject to availability, and some seating restrictions may apply.

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