Where can I buy tickets for A Forest for the Trees?
Tickets for this event can be purchased on the event website, www.aforestla.com
When do tickets go onsale?
Ticket sales are exclusive to Mastercard cardholders through Tuesday, April 26, 2022. Mastercard cardholders also receive exclusive benefits, including 10% off show tickets and a one-month digital trial subscription to The Atlantic.
Tickets will be available to the general public Monday, May 2, 2022.
What are the different ticket options?
Individual tickets range from $10 to $50. Prices range according to the date and ticket type purchased. All dates will offer adult, child (age 6-14), and VIP ticket options. Children under 6 enter for free.
VIP tickets include expedited line and VIP room access plus a limited-edition show poster. Mastercard cardholders receive exclusive benefits, including 10% off show tickets and a one-month digital trial subscription to The Atlantic.
Does every individual need a ticket?
Every individual over the age of 5 will need a ticket to enter.
Where in L.A. will the show be held?
The show will be held in Downtown Los Angeles at the Ace Mission Studios at 516 South Mission Road.
When can I visit A Forest for the Trees?
Thursday, 2–9 p.m.
Friday, 2–9 p.m.
Saturday, 12–6 p.m.
Sunday, 12–5 p.m
Is the show suitable for all ages?
A Forest for the Trees is suitable for visitors of all ages.
How is A Forest for the Trees keeping sustainability in mind?
The wood and trees used in A Forest for the Trees were sustainably salvaged from logging depots in California by West Coast Arborists and Angel City Lumber. Additionally, the gift shop and culinary experience are rooted in sustainable practices. A focal point within the show is the symbolic resurrection of an iconic 144-year-old tree from nearby Olvera Street felled by a recent storm, which, along with other trees from the Los Angeles area, was sourced with the assistance of Angel City Lumber, whose mission is to reconnect Angelenos with nature by producing wood products from the trees they have lived with in their neighborhoods.
Conservation International, a leading global conservation nonprofit and 501(c)(3), will plant a tree for every ticket sold as part of Mastercard’s Priceless Planet Coalition, giving people an opportunity to contribute to preserving the planet through reforestation.
Is photography allowed?
Photography for personal use and for sharing on social media is encouraged. However, if you will be using professional equipment, or if you will be using the content for commercial purposes, you must make arrangements in advance. No flash photography is permitted out of respect for the experience of other patrons.
The show may be photographed, videotaped, or otherwise recorded. By attending, you agree to be recorded and grant The Atlantic permission to use such recordings for editorial, publicity, or other purposes.
How can I interact with the art?
Although we encourage exploration at the show, we do not permit running and climbing on the works.
Will there be strobe lights/intense lighting?
There may be some flashing and moving lights in certain moments and environments.
Will there be food and beverages available to purchase?
Yes. The food and beverage program is directed by celebrated chef Minh Phan of porridge + puffs and PHENAKITE, the latter of which earned its first Michelin star and was named Los Angeles Times restaurant of the year in 2021, and is a 2022 James Beard Award semifinalist.
Will there be a gift shop?
Yes. The on-site store is conceived and curated in collaboration with the Thunder Voice Hat Co., whose work explores conditions of memory and the sacred, carrying on the lineage of sustainable, handcrafted Native fashion emerging through unique collaborations between Indigenous cultures.
Will there be parking on site?
Yes, there is paid parking available for ticket-holders.
How can I get a one-month digital trial subscription to The Atlantic?
Use a Mastercard to purchase a ticket and receive a one-month digital trial subscription to The Atlantic. To begin your trial, follow the prompt after you complete your purchase. Note: this offer is valid for new and returning subscriptions only.
What is your refund/exchange policy?
Tickets are non-refundable. We do accommodate exchanging tickets under certain circumstances (at the discretion of management) but only when inventory allows.
What is your late admittance policy?
Please arrive at your ticketed entry time. Late entry is at A Forest for the Trees’ discretion, dependent on availability.
Can I use Apple Pay or Google Pay to buy tickets?
Some users may encounter an error when using Apple Pay or Google Pay to buy tickets. Please use an alternative payment method, if so. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional issues.
What’s the event COVID-19 Policy?
To mitigate risks associated with COVID-19 the event reserves the right to implement health restrictions in line with government guidelines, warnings, or guidance at any time and communicate these to visitors on the event website or in person at the event site. Visitors experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, or who have recently been in contact with a person experiencing symptoms, are asked not to attend the event. View our COVID-19 policy (LINK).
Is A Forest for the Trees wheelchair accessible?
The entrance to the show and the inside of the show are accessible and meet ADA standards. Our entrance, lobby, and restrooms are accessible and navigable by wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, and crutches. Currently, wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, or any other mobility aids are not provided. Some areas further into the show may require additional navigational guidance from our docent staff, who are always available to help our participants have a great experience.
I have additional questions about the event, who do I contact?
You can contact the event organizer directly at email@example.com