Can I buy a single ticket to a Portland Arts & Lectures event?
Portland Arts & Lectures is a subscription-based series. Single tickets are typically not available for these events.
When should I expect to receive my subscription tickets by mail?
Subscription tickets for the 2016/2017Portland Arts & Lectures series were mailed out in early September. If you have not yet received your subscription, please contact us.
What does “will call” mean?
If your tickets are being held at will call, it means that they will be held for you to pick up at the door starting at 6:30 p.m. on event night from the venue’s box office.
Are tickets refundable?
All tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
Where can I buy tickets in person?
Tickets for Special Events can be purchased through the Portland’5 Centers for the Arts box office.
Where will my seat be?
Please see our Seating page.
I’m a Patron-level subscriber to Portland Arts & Lectures. What percentage of my subscription is considered a tax-deductible donation?
For the 2016/2017 season, we have restructured our pricing so that the cost of Patron-level subscription reflects full-value ticket prices. Therefore, NO part of the Patron-level subscription is considered a tax-deductible donation. If you have questions about your subscription, please contact us.
Are there reduced ticket rates available for student groups?
As a benefit to local college and university groups, Literary Arts offers single General Admission tickets to Portland Arts & Lectures events at a reduced rate of $15 per ticket. Click here for more information.
Are children allowed at ticketed Literary Arts events?
With the exception of Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival, Literary Arts events are not recommended for children younger than 8 years of age. All children must be ticketed, with an individual seat purchased for them.