We are proud to participate in Arts for All and offer discounted tickets to Oregon Trail Card holders. $5 tickets for Hand2Mouth performances are available in advance and at the door. We ask that patrons please show their Oregon Trail Cards at the time of purchase. Cardholders may purchase up to two tickets per event.

Anyone who receives food stamps (SNAP) and has the Oregon Trail Card is eligible to purchase $5 tickets; however, SNAP credit on the Oregon Trail Card cannot be used towards the price of the tickets. This discount is not valid with any other offer. Discounted tickets are subject to availability. There are no refunds or exchanges.

Arts for All Questions & Answers

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. At Hand2Mouth, up to two tickets per event can be purchased.

Q. How and where do I get $5 tickets?
A. Tickets for Hand2Mouth events can be purchased in advance with the code "AFA" (or by selecting the Arts for All drop-down menu), or at the door with cash or check. As with all advance ticket purchases, seats will be held until 5 minutes before the show begins. SNAP credit on the Oregon Trail Card cannot be used for purchasing tickets.

Q. I want to see other arts events. Who else is offering $5 tickets?
A. Artists Repertory Theatre, Aurora Chorus, BodyVox, Cappella Romana, Chamber Music Northwest, Friends of Chamber Music, Miracle Theatre Group, Northwest Dance Project, Northwest Film Center, Oregon Bach Festival, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Oregon Children's Theatre, Oregon Symphony, Pacific Youth Choir, Polaris Dance Theatre, Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland Center Stage, Portland Chamber Orchestra, Portland Opera, Portland Piano International, Portland Playhouse, Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade, Portland Symphonic Choir, Portland Taiko, Portland Vocal Consort, Portland Youth Philharmonic, Tears of Joy Theatre, The Circus Project, The Portland Ballet, Third Angle Ensemble, Wisdom's NW Indian Storytelling Festival.

Arts for All is sponsored by: City of Portland, Work for Art, Regional Arts and Culture Council, All Classical FM, and the Oregon Department of Human Services.