Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including to the Rose City Rollers, Hip Chicks Do Wine, Holocene, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Jujuba, and more!
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Win Tickets ($60): American Heritage Fundraiser @ theSLATE | Music, Dinner, Dancing (August 3): The event will be an evening of Americana with a dinner and performances. Food by Salt, Fire & Time and Retrolicious. Music by The Sunrise Review feat. Michael Money, The Student Loan, The Brown Chicken Brown Cow String Band. To win, comment on this post.
Win Tickets ($16): FRESH w/ Baauer, Most Custom, Nicky Mason @ Holocene | Future Crunk Dance Party (August 3): FRESH is a forward-thinking dance party, happening every first Friday at Holocene. This month features rising Brooklyn-based producer Baauer, putting out fresh sounds on Mad Decent’s “Jeffrees” imprint. To win, comment on this post.
Win Tickets ($80): Break Neck Betties vs Tilted Thunder Rail Birds + Girls vs Boys – RCR vs Portland Men’s Roller Derby | Rose City Rollers Roller Derby Bouts (August 3-4): We are giving away a pair of VIP Tickets (includes drinks) to two Rose City Rollers bouts this weekend. The first is the Rose City Rollers versus Tilted Thunder Rail Birds on Friday, August 3, 2012. The second is the Rose City Rollers versus the Portland Men’s Roller Derby on Saturday, August 4, 2012. To win, comment on this post.
Win Tickets ($35): ANDAZ w/ DJ Anjali & The Incredible Kid @ Rotture | Bhangra/Bollywood Dance Party (August 4): The longest-running Desi party West of the Hudson river! ANDAZ just celebrated its ten-year anniversary! July was the biggest ANDAZ at Rotture yet, a raucous, sweaty dance party with aunties and uncles getting down with all the young kids. This will be a night of hardcore Panjabi and UK Bhangra dancefloor Molotovs, Bollywood/Tollywood/Kollywood percussion riots, and the latest urban Asian flavors from all corners of the desi diaspora. To win, comment on this post.
Win Tickets ($16): Jujuba @ The Goodfoot | 11-Piece Afrobeat Ensemble feat. Nojeem Lasisi (August 4): Jujuba delivers a funky, danceable style of Nigerian Afrobeat and Juju music. The strength of the eleven-piece revolves around its energetic cohesion between percussion, rhythm and horn sections. Renowned for their ability to engage a wide variety of audiences, the band draws a dance floor full of smiling faces at every event. To win, comment on this post.
Win Tickets ($250): Hip Chicks Do Wine 13 Year Anniversary | Music by Tony Starlight, Appetizers, Wine (August 4): Hip Chicks do Wine (Portland’s oldest Urban Winery) is celebrating 13 groovin’ years of making Hip Chick wines in Portland! For this anniversary we are pulling out all the stops with a 70′s show featuring Portland’s own Tony Starlight! Join us for appetizers, music, and of course, delicious wines. To win, comment on this post.
Win Tickets ($20+): Restless City @ Clinton Street Theater | Story of an African Immigrant in New York City (August 6-9): Directed by Andrew Dosunmu, RESTLESS CITY tells the story of an African immigrant surviving on the fringes of New York City where music is his passion, life is a hustle, and falling in love is his greatest risk. To win, comment on this post.
Win Tickets ($80): Dirty Dozen Brass Band w/ Pimps of Joytime, Rare Monk @ Bob White Theater | New Orleans Jazz, Funk, Soul (August 7): To describe how the Dirty Dozen Brass Band has arrived at its 35th Anniversary, trumpet player Gregory Davis employs a tried-and true New Orleans-centric analogy: “It ends up being like a pot of gumbo you drop in a little okra, drop in a little shrimp, you drop in some crabs. Before you know it, you’ve mixed in all these different ingredients and you’ve got a beautiful soup. That was our approach to music early on and it still is today.” To win, comment on this post.