Hello, Portland! Memorial Day is here and we’re ready for lots of sunshine! All aboard Portland’s Oyster bus departing Saturday to Chelsea Farms. Stock up on your summer supply at Pure Green’s Memorial Day sale. And try all the wines at Hip Chicks Do Wine.+ Portland Sangria is hosting a FREE party!
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Come check out QuarterWorld at City Fair for the next 3 weekends! We have a full arcade tent and every game is just 1 quarter.
May 31 @ The Goodfoot – Sax-master, Skerik, returns with his crack band in tow for another scintillating goodfoot show. Skerik is a founding member of Critters Buggin, Garage a Trois (which has included Stanton Moore, Charlie Hunter, Mike Dillon and Marco Benevento), Crack Sabbath and The Dead Kenny G’s.
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Zoe Keating, Brazilian Night, Kathy Griffin & more!
Become the heroes of your own story with Portland Escape Rooms! Whether you’re running from zombies, escaping a kidnapper, fighting the Brits, or crushing a high score in the arcade, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience you’ll never forget.
This Saturday, May 26, from 4PM ‘til 10PM, join ENSO and Portland Sangria as we roll up our garage door and crack open the cans to kick off Memorial Day weekend with our annual Sangria Party, complete with Taco Pedaler and DJ Lamar Leroy.
June 22-24 @ North Park Blocks – Portland International BeerFest needs volunteers to pull it off! Volunteers will pour everything from classic styles (pilsners, pales, etc.) to exotic new-world hybrids (barrel-aged hoppy farmhouse sours, etc.)
This Memorial Day Weekend, get your family off the couch w/ a city wide scavenger hunt turns Portland into a giant game board!
June 10 @ EastBurn – PDX’s favorite Mario Kart Tournament is now a monthly event! Join us every second Sunday at EastBurn Public House for the Rose City Grand Prix.
June 8-10 @ Esther Short Park – This is the kickoff to festival season, and the biggest party of the summer! 20+ Craft Wineries from the Pacific NW sharing over 100 craft wines, 25 craft breweries and 3 distilleries. Wine centric arts/craftspeople, merchants and exhibitors and great local food. Live music features great talent including […]
Stop by Bar Vivant for Happy Hour from 4-6 p.m. for free tapas & amazing drink specials and tasty treats from their tapas menu! Come on Thursdays when it’s Happy Hours All Night featuring $5 Tinto & Txakoli + 10% off all wine bottles.
May 22 @ Dig A Pony – DANCE CLASS returns this Tuesday!! Featuring live performance from STRATEGY, DJ sets from residents Soft Cholo (Amoxtli Reyes) & Maxx Bass and hosted by our mistress of ceremonies Sasha Scarlett! Let’s Dance!
May 25 @ The Old Church – The rising star continues to rise. For those who have followed Brendan James from his 2008 major label debut to his current ranking among today’s top troubadours, the journey has been a pretty remarkable one.
June 30 @ Crystal Ballroom – Emmy Award winner and Grammy Award nominee David Cross is an inventive performer, writer, and producer on stage and screens both big and small.
May 28 @ Portland Expo Center – Presented by Vanport Mosaic with support from the Portland Expo Center and Beaumont Middle School, with special thanks to DWA Tradeshow & Exposition Services. This event will feature displays and presentations honoring our history, including the City of Vanport Flood, the Portland Assembly Center and more.
June 3 in NE Portland – Family friendly event features a 3K run through the beautiful Alameda Neighborhood, obstacle/challenges produced by local Beaumont Businesses and great prizes, including doughnuts from the world famous Pip’s Mobile, at the end!
Our next Orientation is scheduled for Saturday, May 26, 3-5:30pm at the Hangar. Can’t make it to this one? We have Orientations scheduled roughly every 3 months, so hopefully you can join us next time. Dates and times are subject to change.
June 2-3 @ District East – FINDpdx is a pop-up shop offering thousands of new items at 50% off the lowest retail prices found online. Everything has been donated to Bradley Angle which allows us to pass on great deals to you! All proceeds benefit survivors of domestic violence. Free entry.
August 10-13 @ Tidewater Falls – Forests think in decades, not hours. Beloved Festival, the annual gathering uniting eclectic music and ecstatic experience, thinks similarly, building community and building soil in the middle of the boreal rainforests of Oregon. Every year, the festival seeks out artists and movement teachers from around the world whose work […]
May 27 @ Club Privata – A special Sunday party because there’s no work on Monday! Come explore Club Privata, enjoy our BBQ menu and have some cold drinks! $20 admission (lowest admission of the year) and no-membership required.
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May 31 @ Aladdin Theater – Cellist and composer Zoë Keating is a one-woman orchestra. She uses a cello and a foot-controlled laptop to record layer upon layer of cello, creating intricate, haunting and compelling music. Zoë is known for both her use of technology – which she uses to sample her cello onstage – […]
June 21-24 @ Stevenson Ranch – The 11th Annual 4 Peaks Music Festival returns this summer for 4 days and 4 nights of music, family, friends, and fun! This intimate family-friendly, eclectic festival spans many genres of legendary musicians! Camping is free, as are kids 10 and under.
June 8-10 Near Washougal – Kick off the summer with Heartbeat Silent Disco for this silent sleep over Saturday, June 8th – 10th. Whether you’ve been to a bunch of our events over the years or this is your first one we welcome you to our community and hope that you will find some like-minded […]
June 7 @ Revolution Hall – The ninth studio album from Calexico, The Thread That Keeps Us is a timely snapshot of the Arizona bred band: a family portrait capturing their stylistic variety and unpredictability while still finding solace in limitless creativity.
June 2 – Some tour-goers search for inspiration for their next project; others hope to find an architect or home builder to work with; whatever the reasons may be, all tour-goers come to see a curated selection of Portland homes that embody the Pacific Northwest’s unique modern architecture and design aesthetic.
On Sunday, June 3rd from 12pm-6pm, House Spirits Distillery will be hosting a free bike-themed event at their SE Portland tasting room to celebrate the conclusion of their month-long Bike More Challenge!
May 26-28 @ Pure Green – Are you feeling that summertime vibe yet? We are!! Stop in Memorial Day weekend, 5-26-5/28 for specials to help kick in your summer vibe! Whatever it is you are getting into, BBQ, river trip, hike, park day, we have the perfect something to compliment your day / activity. We look forward […]
June 7 @ Union/Pine – Brides- and grooms-to-be in and around the city of Portland are invited to attend The Big Fake Wedding. The event will be held on June 7, 2018 at 7 p.m. at Union/Pine. The Big Fake Wedding is a bridal show alternative in the form of a big, fake wedding. “Wedding […]
May 26-28 @ Oaks Park – The friends of the Multnomah County Fair present the 112th annual Multnomah county fair! Adults and children, both returners and newcomers are sure to have an enjoyable weekend experiencing the many offerings of the Fair, including great food, entertainment, activities, and attractions!
June 8 @ Aladdin Theater – Comedian, actor, television writer, author, and musician Paul Reiser has spent the last 30+ years acting in Oscar and Emmy award-winning movies and TV shows. He was voted one of Comedy Central’s “Top 100 Comedians of All Time.”
May 31 @ Crystal Ballroom – Natalia Lafourcade is an innovative singer-songwriter from Mexico. Her music has roots in Latin America, yet contains elements of rock, jazz, pop, bossa nova and folk, drawing a major following in the Americas and beyond. Her work has been recognized with awards including ten LATIN GRAMMYs and one GRAMMY.