MUSIC FOR ALL PROGRAM: $5 Concert Tickets for Oregon Trail Recipients

MUSIC FOR ALL PROGRAM: $5 Concert Tickets for Oregon Trail Recipients

5dollarbill MUSIC FOR ALL PROGRAM: $5 Concert Tickets for Oregon Trail RecipientsTwelve of Portland’s classical music groups are offering $5.00 concert tickets for select performances, subject to availability, now through July 2011 to anyone who receives food stamps (SNAP) and has the Oregon Trail Card.

The Details

Q. Who can buy $5 Tickets?
A. Anyone who receives food stamps (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 performing 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 them. (Some groups will sell $5 tickets only in advance and some will sell them at the door.)
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 for purchasing concert tickets.
Q. Which concerts have $5 tickets?
A. Check with the individual group (below) to find out when their concert are and if $5 tickets are available.

 

Participating groups to contact for concert information:

Thanks to Jennifer Bickett for the tip.

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3 Comments

  1. Thank you for this valuable resource.

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  2. Nice that this is available…but what about us who work full time and do our very best to never use government resources…and can’t afford to go to the symphony. I guess I should quit work and go on food stamps so I can enjoy the same perks and not have to work so hard??

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    • Arts isn’t “for all” because it’s certainly not for me….need to be on government assistance…hummm…maybe I am eligible even if I have learned to make it on what I make….

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