Arts For All


Show your Oregon Trail Card and buy $5 tickets to many of Portland’s best arts events!

Frequently Asked Questions:

.Q. Who can buy $5 Tickets?
A. Anyone who gets food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and has the Oregon Trail Card.

.Q. How many tickets can I buy for $5 each?
A. Two per Oregon Trail Card, but ask the group if you can buy more.

.Q. Where do I get $5 tickets?
A. Contact the group. They will tell you where and when you can buy $5 tickets.

.Q. How do I buy the tickets?
A. You must show 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 to buy tickets.

.Q. Which events have $5 tickets?
A. Check with the individual group (see right) to find out when their concerts are and if $5 tickets are available.

.Q. I don’t have an Oregon Trail Card. Are there other discounts available?
A. Check out our listing of other free and reduced-price admission opportunities with dozens of arts organizations; visit


In the News

Art for All Offers $5 Performances for Oregon Trail Card Holders
By Alison Hallett, Portland Mercury | October 11, 2011

Oregon Children’s Theatre, 31 other groups expand Music For All into Arts for All
By David Stabler, The Oregonian | October 3, 2011

‘Music for All’ exceeds expectations in making concerts affordable
By David Stabler, The Oregonian | June 06, 2011

‘Music for All’ helps Oregonians in need with low-cost tickets…
By Jennifer Yocom, Portland Online | January 5, 2011

PDX Tonight – Music For All Project
KGW | January 5, 2011

Cheap Classical Music for Low-Income Families
By Ned Lannamann, Portland Mercury | January 5, 2011

‘Music For All’ Programs Offers Classical Music On A Budget
By Aaron Scott, OPB | January 5, 2011

Music for All program to provide $5 tickets to classical music concerts
By James Bash, Oregon Music News | January 5, 2011

Music for All makes classical music, ballet accessible to low-income Oregonians
By David Stabler, The Oregonian | January 4, 2011

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