Ticket Information

There are three easy ways to purchase Portland Opera tickets.

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In Person

The Hampton Opera Center
211 SE Caruthers St.
Portland, OR 97214

Monday–Friday
10:00am–5:00pm

By Phone

503-241-1802 866-739-6737

Monday–Friday
10:00am–5:00pm

Subscriber Benefits

Celebrate each opera as part of our vibrant family of subscribers!

Subscriber Benefits

THE SUBSCRIBER EXPERIENCE

  • Select your seats and dates, and relax knowing that you’ll enjoy our best pricing, and free ticket exchanges if your plans change.
  • Access the best seats at a discount, before single tickets go on sale. 25% down secures your subscription for the season, and we will create a payment plan that works for you.
  • If you’ve found your perfect seats, keep them with priority renewal, season after season.
  • Our team offers personalized subscriber services with a dedicated patron services representative to assist with your ticketing or concierge needs. You’ll enjoy discounts on any additional ticket purchases.
  • Enjoy invitations to exclusive events, like our annual Subscriber Open House, and special offers form our community partners.

THE MEMBER EXPERIENCE

Choose two of more operas to build your flexible membership.  Select your dates, price level, and operas, and our team will work with you to create your unique plan that includes built-in savings and perks. You’ll have access to build your next membership before tickets go on sale to the public next season.

Patron Services
503-241-1802
M-F, 10 AM – 5 PM

Rush Tickets

We're proud to offer many ways for community members to experience Portland Opera.

STUDENTS
Student tickets are $10, and are made available for every performance. Please call us to reserve tickets, and show your valid student ID at Will Call. Student tickets can be purchased up to two weeks prior to each performance.

Portland Opera also offers dress rehearsal tickets to school groups for most productions. For more information, call 503-321-5261.

U.S. ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL
We are proud to work with the Veteran Tickets Foundation (vettix.org) to share event tickets with U.S. Armed Forces personnel, veterans, and their families.

SENIORS (62+)
A limited number of senior rush tickets may be available 2 hours prior to each performance and at the Hampton Opera Center during business hours on performance days (limit three per patron).

Rush tickets are non-refundable, and non-transferable.  A photo ID is required at Will Call. 

 

For more information, call our Patron Services team at 503-241-1802, Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm.

Group Sales

Share the joy of opera with your group and save!

GROUP TICKETS
Groups ordering ten or more tickets to Portland Opera performances qualify for savings of up to 20%. Our team will help craft the perfect outing for your group: from dining options, transportation and parking recommendations, and onsite event possibilities—we’re happy to welcome you!

We’re also happy to work with your company or professional association to offer discounted group tickets as a benefit of Portland Opera.

For more information about group discounts and partnerships please contact concierge@portlandopera.org

Arts for All

Special Ticket Types & Partners

ARTS FOR ALL
Portland Opera is a proud participant in Arts for All, offering $5 tickets to audience members with Oregon Trail Cards. Advance tickets can be purchased through Arts for All two weeks prior to each performance. Give us a call at 503-241-1802. Tickets purchased over the phone will be available for pick up at Will Call with a valid ID and Oregon Trail Card.

MY DISCOVERY PASS
We are proud to offer a limited amount of free tickets to Multnomah County Library cardholders through the library’s Discovery Pass program. Visit multcolib.org for more information.

Venues

Portland Opera productions take place at Keller Auditorium, the Newmark Theatre, and the Hampton Opera Center.

Our administrative, production, and rehearsal operations are located at the Hampton Opera Center at 211 SE Caruthers St. We share this building with All Classical Portland radio and Friends of Chamber Music.

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