Ultimate 2014 Portland Summer Events Calendar: Festivals, Concerts, Movies, Street Fairs, Farmers Market, & More

Mississippi Street Fair - Portland
Mississippi Street Fair photo from Brewcaster.com

The first day of summer arrives this Saturday, June 21st. During the next three months, Portland has one of the greatest summers in the United States, not that we’re biased or anything. From large festivals and street fairs to free concerts and movies in the parks, there are countless ways to enjoy these idyllic summer days (and nights)! Below is a HUGE list of events taking place this summer in Portland as well as the Northwest region that will keep you entertained all summer long!

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2014 Portland June Events

All Month: Summer Movie Nights @ Pix Patisserie | Free Popcorn, Outdoor Courtyard
Throughout the summer, Pix will show movies in their outdoor courtyard. Bring a blanket and friends to watch French anime, indie films and classic comedies. Free Popcorn! More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Romantic Dinner Cruise | Entertainment, Amazing Views & Fantastic Cuisine
A vibrant setting enhanced by dazzling city sights and city lights. An evening filled to the brim with festive cuisine, locally sourced and prepared fresh on board and live entertainment. More info here.

Wednesdays: Downtown Farmers Market at Shemanski Park | 40+ Vendors
The Shemanski Park Farmers Market features over 40 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, seafood, meat, eggs, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Downtown Portland. The market is open Wednesdays, May through November from 10am-2pm, and is located on the South Park Blocks behind the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, just three blocks from Pioneer Courthouse Square. More info here.

Thursdays: Buckman Farmers Market | SE Portland, Fresh Local Produce, 20+ Vendors
The Buckman Farmers Market features 20 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Southeast Portland. More info here

Thursdays: NW Farmers Market | Fresh Local Produce, 20+ Vendors, Live Music
The Northwest Farmers Market features 20 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, eggs and flowers right to the heart of Northwest Portland. More info here.

Fridays: Kenton Farmers Market | North Portland, Fresh Local Produce, 15+ Vendors, Live Music
The Kenton Farmers Market features 15 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, seafood and prepared foods right to the heart of the Kenton neighborhood in North Portland. More info here

Saturdays: Portland State University Farmers Market | 100 Farmers + Food Vendors
Discover over 100 farmers and food vendors with booths overflowing with seasonal produce,pastured meats, fresh seafood, farm eggs, artisan breads, handcrafted cheeses, varietal honey, pickles, preserves, wine and sweets – everything you need to create seasonal meals from our local bounty. More info here.

Saturdays: Hollywood Farmers Market | NE Portland, 50+ Vendors, Live Music, Cooking Demos
Throughout the summer season, market shoppers enjoy farm-fresh produce and fruit from over 50 farmer vendors, locally sourced fare and live music, special events such as cooking demos, contests, Kids’ Days events, and more. More info here

Sundays: King Farmers Market | North/NE Portland, 30+ Vendors, Fresh Local Produce
The King Farmers Market features 30 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, seafood, meat, eggs, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Northeast Portland. More info here.

June 5-28: Pedalpalooza Events | Naked Bike Rides, Parades, Family-Friendly Rides
Portland’s gigantic annual bike festival Pedalpalooza runs June 5th through June 29th! There are currently over 260 scheduled events including several naked bike rides, parades, puppy-palooza, various music rides, & much more. See the event schedule here.

June 12-July 13: Watch World Cup in Portland | Schedule, Food & Drink Specials
The 2014 World Cup runs from June 12th – July 13th. Portland is known as Soccer City, USA and there will be many bars, theaters, coffee shops, etc showing the games! See the full schedule as well as places to watch in Portland + Food & Drinks Specials.

June 13-29: Astoria Music Festival | 100+ Performers, 2 Weeks, 4 Operas & More
Less than a two hour drive from Portland, the Astoria Music Festival will celebrate its Twelfth Anniversary from June 13 to June 29, 2014, with a major increase in concerts and activity in the past two years. More than 100 performers and students will gather in historic Astoria, Oregon for 23 performances of symphonic and chamber music, educational events, and four operas. More info and schedule.

June 19-Aug 20: Shakespeare in the Parks | Free, Schedule
Now in its sixth season, the Original Practice Shakespeare Festival (OPS Fest), a non-profit theatre company, introduces two new Shakespeare plays to its repertory: Henry IV, Part 1 and The Taming of the Shrew. More info & Schedule here.

June 20-21: Cider Summit NW | 120+ Ciders From Around the World (Win Tickets, $60)
The fourth annual Cider Summit NW will take place Friday, June 20 from 2-8pm and Saturday, June 21 from 12-6pm. Cider Summit is expanding to the new Fields Neighborhood Park at NW 10th/Overton in the Pearl District. This year’s event will feature over 140 ciders from producers around the country and around the world. More info + WIN tickets here.

June 21: Walking Tour of Portland’s Sinful Past (Win Tickets, $30)
As a nexus for labor and shipping in the Pacific Northwest, Portland often had the repute of a rugged, rough and tumble town, more than willing to allow the miners, loggers, and fishermen an opportunity to part with their hard earned cash in whatever debaucherous manner they chose. Join Historian Doug Kenck-Crispin as we visit locations of famous saloons, bars and bordellos, card rooms and gambling dens, some of which are still in operation today! More info + Win Tickets here.

June 21: Geek Olympathon | City-Wide Nerd Battle, CASH Prizes, & More!
Forming a team of up to five members, participants will compete in geeky contests and events all over Portland in order to win fantastic prizes, including CASH, and 4 all-day passes for five to the world’s premier gaming festival, PAX Prime in Seattle from August 29th – September 1st. More info here.

June 21: Cannon Beach Sandcastle Contest | Free, Concert, Bonfire
A 90 minute drive from Portland, the Cannon Beach Sandcastle weekend attracts thousands of visitors and locals, who come to build fanciful creations or just watch the fun. The event is one of the oldest sandcastle contest in the United States and the most popular annual event in Cannon Beach. Dozens of teams participate in the contest with divisions for Masters, who compete for cash prizes; plus large group, small group and children’s divisions with winners receiving medals and ribbons. More info here.

June 21-Aug 23: Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts | Merle Haggard, Amos Lee, Pink Martini
Merle Haggard is your favorite country singer’s favorite singer, a certified legend in a world where the word is overused, and he’ll be at the Oregon Zoo June 21, kicking off a summer’s worth of fantastic music. This year’s series brings some familiar faces back to the zoo. Hometown heroes Pink Martini will close the series with two shows, Aug. 22-23. After selling out the zoo last year, Huey Lewis and the News are back (Aug. 13). Trombone Shorty brings his fiery Crescent City funk back for the second year in a row (Aug. 16), this time with reinforcements: his fellow New Orleans funksters Galactic. More info & Schedule here.

June 22: North Portland Sundays Parkways | Schedule, Route Map, Pictures
In 2013, 85,480 Portland area residents and visitors participated in Sunday Parkways, allowing them opportunities to get out and active in communities across the city. Cruise along the scenic Willamette Boulevard, and then glide towards Peninsula, Arbor Lodge, Kenton, Columbia Annex and McCoy Parks to enjoy an array of activities, food, music, vendors and fun. More info & route here.

June 26: Sake Fest PDX | 130+ Sake, Plum Wine & Beer Varieties (Win Tickets, $100)
Portland chefs, local and International sake producers will gather and share the versatile (and often mysterious) world of Sake ‐ including Oregon’s own SakéOne based in Forest Grove. Participants attending Sake Fest PDX will experience about 130 sake varieties and learn how to pair it with any type of food from some of our best local chefs. More info & Win Tickets here.

June 26: Last Thursday Street Fair on Alberta | Music, Art, Beer Garden, Vendors
Alberta Street between 15th and 30th Avenues will be closed for Last Thursday at 6 p.m. and reopen at 9:00 p.m., a little bit earlier than last year. There will be many art openings, live music and plenty of fun to be had! Last Thursday Info & Tips here

June 26-29: North American Organic Beer Festival | FREE, Music, Food (Win Tickets, $220)
More than 15,000 beer lovers, music fans and supporters of sustainable living will come together at the North American Organic Brewers Festival (NAOBF) the last weekend of June to “Drink Organic, Save the Planet, One Beer at a Time.” The 10th annual event will take place June 26 through June 29 at Overlook Park in North Portland. Event hours are Noon to 9pm Thursday through Saturday and Noon to 5pm Sunday. More info + Win Tickets here.

June 26-Sept 13: Summer Movies In The Park | FREE, Schedule
The 2014 season on Portland Summer Movies in the Parks starts June 26th and runs through September 13th. There are 25+ films playing all over the city including Goonies, Frozen, Gravity, The Lego Movie, Hunger Games, Back to the Future, & many more. Pre-entertainment by local musicians begins at 6:30PM with free popcorn! Movies starting at dusk. More info & Schedule here.

June 27-28: NW Spirits Show in Sunriver | 150 Varieties of Spirits
Just outside Bend, Oregon, the 2014 NW Spirits and Mixology Show brings the craft cocktail world to you. This is Central Oregon’s chance to meet and mingle with the Northwest’s most exciting craft distillers and bartenders. Sample over 150 varieties of Whiskey, Brandy, Liqueurs, Vodka, Gin, Mezcal, Tequila and Rum, representing the Northwest and beyond. More info here.

June 27-29: Pirate Festival at Oregon Coast | FREE, Music, Treasure Hunt, Cannons, Food & Libations
Just over two hours outside of Portland, the 4th annual Rockaway Beach Pirate Festival and Treasure Hunt takes place in downtown Rockaway Beach. There will be pirate music, roving pirates, festival rides, and vendors. More info here.

June 27-July 12: Bach Fest PDX | Chamber Music, Choral-orchestral Masterworks
Under the artistic leadership of Matthew Halls the Oregon Bach Festival presents three weeks of choral-orchestral masterworks, guest artists, chamber music, social events, and education programs. More info & Schedule here.

June 28: Cruxapalooza Three in Bend | FREE, All Ages Music & Beer Festival
Just three hours from Portland, Cruxapalooza 3 takes place in Bend, Oregon. The all-day event features special beers by the Crux Fermentation Project, a pig roast & veggie delights, plus a full day of live music on the lawn featuring PNW favorites Polyrythmics, World’s Finest, Elektrapod, and local favorite Wilderness, among others. More info here.

June 28-29: Vancouver Recycled Arts Festival | 120+ Artists, Live Entertainment
Just outside of Portland in Vancouver, Washington, the 2014 Recycled Arts Festival is going to be bigger, better and funner than ever! With over 120 artists, great onstage entertainment, stilt walkers, jugglers and clowns, there is sure to be something for everyone! More info & Schedule here.

More Events: Our Calendar of June Events & Ticket Giveaways

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2014 Portland July Events:

All Month: Summer Movie Nights @ Pix Patisserie | Free Popcorn, Outdoor Courtyard
Throughout the summer, Pix will show movies in their outdoor courtyard. Bring a blanket and friends to watch French anime, indie films and classic comedies. Free Popcorn! More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Romantic Dinner Cruise | Entertainment, Amazing Views & Fantastic Cuisine
A vibrant setting enhanced by dazzling city sights and city lights. An evening filled to the brim with festive cuisine, locally sourced and prepared fresh on board and live entertainment. More info here.

All Month: Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts | Merle Haggard, Amos Lee, Pink Martini
Merle Haggard is your favorite country singer’s favorite singer, a certified legend in a world where the word is overused, and he’ll be at the Oregon Zoo June 21, kicking off a summer’s worth of fantastic music. This year’s series brings some familiar faces back to the zoo. Hometown heroes Pink Martini will close the series with two shows, Aug. 22-23. After selling out the zoo last year, Huey Lewis and the News are back (Aug. 13). Trombone Shorty brings his fiery Crescent City funk back for the second year in a row (Aug. 16), this time with reinforcements: his fellow New Orleans funksters Galactic. More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Shakespeare in the Parks | Free, Schedule
Now in its sixth season, the Original Practice Shakespeare Festival (OPS Fest), a non-profit theatre company, introduces two new Shakespeare plays to its repertory: Henry IV, Part 1 and The Taming of the Shrew. More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Summer Movies In The Park | FREE, Schedule
The 2014 season on Portland Summer Movies in the Parks starts June 26th and runs through September 13th. There are 25+ films playing all over the city including Goonies, Frozen, Gravity, The Lego Movie, Hunger Games, Back to the Future, & many more. Pre-entertainment by local musicians begins at 6:30PM with free popcorn! Movies starting at dusk. More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Concerts In The Park | Free, Schedule
The 2014 Portland Concerts in the Park series kicks off July 7th and runs throughout July and August at parks across the city. The first concert will be Sellwood Riverfront Park in SE Portland. The concerts begin at 6:30PM except the Sunday concerts at Elizabeth Caruthers Park, which are at 3PM. All the concerts are free and family-friendly. More info & Schedule here.

Wednesdays: Downtown Farmers Market at Shemanski Park | 40+ Vendors
The Shemanski Park Farmers Market features over 40 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, seafood, meat, eggs, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Downtown Portland. The market is open Wednesdays, May through November from 10am-2pm, and is located on the South Park Blocks behind the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, just three blocks from Pioneer Courthouse Square. More info here.

Thursdays: Buckman Farmers Market | SE Portland, Fresh Local Produce, 20+ Vendors
The Buckman Farmers Market features 20 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Southeast Portland. More info here

Thursdays: NW Farmers Market | Fresh Local Produce, 20+ Vendors, Live Music
The Northwest Farmers Market features 20 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, eggs and flowers right to the heart of Northwest Portland. More info here.

Fridays: Kenton Farmers Market | North Portland, Fresh Local Produce, 15+ Vendors, Live Music
The Kenton Farmers Market features 15 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, seafood and prepared foods right to the heart of the Kenton neighborhood in North Portland. More info here

Saturdays: Portland State University Farmers Market | 100 Farmers + Food Vendors
Discover over 100 farmers and food vendors with booths overflowing with seasonal produce,pastured meats, fresh seafood, farm eggs, artisan breads, handcrafted cheeses, varietal honey, pickles, preserves, wine and sweets – everything you need to create seasonal meals from our local bounty. More info here.

Saturdays: Hollywood Farmers Market | NE Portland, 50+ Vendors, Live Music, Cooking Demos
Throughout the summer season, market shoppers enjoy farm-fresh produce and fruit from over 50 farmer vendors, locally sourced fare and live music, special events such as cooking demos, contests, Kids’ Days events, and more. More info here

Sundays: King Farmers Market | North/NE Portland, 30+ Vendors, Fresh Local Produce
The King Farmers Market features 30 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, seafood, meat, eggs, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Northeast Portland. More info here.

July 1-12: Bach Fest PDX | Chamber Music, Choral-orchestral Masterworks
Under the artistic leadership of Matthew Halls the Oregon Bach Festival presents three weeks of choral-orchestral masterworks, guest artists, chamber music, social events, and education programs. More info & Schedule here.

July 1-13: Watch World Cup in Portland | Schedule, Food & Drink Specials
The 2014 World Cup runs from June 12th – July 13th. Portland is known as Soccer City, USA and there will be many bars, theaters, coffee shops, etc showing the games! See the full schedule as well as places to watch in Portland + Food & Drinks Specials.

July 3-6: Waterfront Blues Festival | Schedule, Music, Fireworks Show
This Portland hallmark event has become a treasured tradition for locals and visitors alike; it is the largest blues festival west of the Mississippi and the second-largest blues festival in the nation. Most important, the festival is Oregon Food Bank’s largest annual fundraiser at a time when need for emergency food continues to grow. More info & Schedule here.

July 3-Aug 13: Free Summer Concerts & Theater In the Parks | Portland, Beaverton, Aloha
These all-ages events are free and run from 6 to 8 p.m. The Nature Mobile and Rec Mobile will engage kids with games, crafts and other fun activities at the concerts. Community partners and sponsors will add to the festivities. Buy food and beverages at the park, or bring a picnic. Leashed dogs are welcome. More info & Schedule.

July 4: Portland July 4th Events | Celebrations, Fireworks Pictures
As always, we have a large list of Portland July 4th weekend events including parties, dinners, shows, etc. in 2014, July 4th falls on Friday, so there will be parties all weekend! Events & Fireworks Pictures here.

July 4: Estacada Timber Festival | Fireworks, Live Music, Timber Games
Come enjoy the fun in Estacada this 4th of July with our Timber Festival! The day starts with the Parade at 10am downtown.  Timber Park Gates open at 12 noon so you can get a spot around the bowl and visit our vendors and fun zone. The Timber Games start at 1pm with real loggers The Big Bang Fireworks go off at 10pm sharp! More info & Schedule.

July 6: Walking Tour of Portland’s Sinful Past | w/ Historian Doug Kenck-Crispin
As a nexus for labor and shipping in the Pacific Northwest, Portland often had the repute of a rugged, rough and tumble town, more than willing to allow the miners, loggers, and fishermen an opportunity to part with their hard earned cash in whatever debaucherous manner they chose. Join Historian Doug Kenck-Crispin as we visit locations of famous saloons, bars and bordellos, card rooms and gambling dens, some of which are still in operation today! More info here.

July 9, 16, 23, 30: Summer Arts on Main Street | Free Downtown Portland Concerts
Every summer, the streets of downtown Portland become a popular destination for locals, including downtown-area workers, tourists and residents. One reason for the increased foot-traffic is the free Summer Arts on Main Street series produced by Portland’5 Centers for the Arts. The series, presented every Wednesday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. during the months of July and August, includes free music (and other miscellaneous) performances, children’s activities and outdoor booths featuring local artisans selling handmade crafts. More info & Schedule here.

July 9, 16, 23, 30: Music On Main Street | Free Outdoor Summer Concerts
The 9th annual Music on Main Street free outdoor concert series are held on Wednesday evenings during July and August in downtown Portland on Main Street, between Southwest Broadway & Park Ave., next to Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. The 2014 season features jazz, salsa, tributes to the Beatles and the Allman Brothers, Ghanaian drummers, power pop, songwriters, and bohemian caberet. More info & Schedule here.

July 10, 17, 24, 31: Sundown at Ecotrust
| Free Outdoor Summer Concerts
Ecotrust heats up July evenings with the fifth edition of the Sundown Concerts. Sundown is quintessential summer in Portland – equal parts indie concert, block party, and classic Portland street fair. It’s back, for an even better fifth year, Thursdays in July starting 7/10 at 5:30 pm, at the Ecotrust Natural Capital Center. And it’s still free.

July 12: Intel Family Fun Festival | Hillsboro Stadium, Pinewood Derby Race, Music
At the Intel Family Fun Festival, you can enjoy activities ranging from the Pinewood Derby Race to robot races and demos to science, technology, engineering and math activities. There will also be all-day music performances from local Intel employees, singer- songwriter Jessica Lerner and, one of this year’s top 10 finalists from “The Voice,” Dani Moz! Food and drinks will be available for purchase, and be sure to check out the vendor fair, too! More info here.

July 12: Mississippi Street Fair | Largest Street Fair in Portland (more info)
The Mississippi Ave. Street Fair is an annual celebration of the history that makes N. Mississippi unique. The community­ building event honors residents, businesses and organizations from N. Fremont to N. Skidmore on Mississippi Ave. Pictures: See Our Flickr Set here.

July 12-13: America’s Largest Antiques & Collectibles Show | @ Portland Expo, 1,400 Booths
America’s Largest Antique & Collectible Show, takes place in Portland’s own backyard this summer on July 12 & 13. Produced locally by Christine Palmer, this show celebrates its 33rd year. Exhibitors come from all over the country bringing their most interesting and popular vintage items. Held at the Portland Expo Center, there are more than 1,400 booths available to view – both inside and outside – this is the big one – don’t miss it! If you are a treasure hunter, decorator, collector or just like to find pieces from your past, the July Expo Antique & Collectible Show is for you. More info here.

July 16 & 30: Sunsets in the Garden | Complimentary Beer & Wine Tastings, Live Music
Under an hour drive from Portland, the Oregon Garden returns its popular Sunsets in the Garden series presented by Columbia Bank, an after-hours event that takes place on select Wednesday evenings throughout the summer. Sunsets in the Garden features complimentary tastings from local wineries and breweries, live music and the opportunity to watch the setting sun from the beautiful Sensory Garden. More info & Schedule here.

July 17-21: Northwest String Summit | Music, Food Trucks, String Band Competition
Just outside of Portland, the 13th Annual Northwest String Summit (NWSS) returns to Horning’s Hideout (North Plains, OR) with the finest acoustic pickers and standout electric bands from July 17 – 21, 2014. Located just 20 miles outside of Portland, OR, Horning’s Hideout stands as one of the most scenic festival sites in the country; NWSS is the only music offering this year taking place at Horning’s Hideout. More info here

July 18-19: Oregon Berry Festival @ Ecotrust | FREE, Cooking Demos, Music, Sweet Treats
Whether you crave juicy, plump blackberries, mouth watering strawberry preserves or a good old fashioned blueberry pie, Oregon’s bountiful berry season will be on full offer at the 4th Annual LifeWise Oregon Berry Festival. This free, family friendly event will feature a 2-day farmers market, a children’s booth with activities and crafts, a main stage with cooking demos and entertainment, health and wellness seminars and more berry deliciousness than you can possibly imagine. More info here.

July 18-20: Cathedral Park Jazz Festival | Free, Pictures, Schedule
As usual, during the third weekend of July, thousands of music fans and qualified people of leisure will be gathering under the St. Johns Bridge to revel in jazz and blues at the longest-running free jazz festival west of the Mississippi. More info, pictures, & schedule here.

July 18-20: Pemberton Music Festival | NIN, Outkast, Deadmau5, Soundgarden & More! (Win Tickets)
Taking place Friday, July 18 through to Sunday, July 20, 2014, Pemberton Music Festival is a three- day contemporary music festival in British Columbia’s scenic Pemberton Valley, near the foot of majestic Mt. CurrieWith nearly 100 performances and six separate performance areas, including two main stages, two secondary stages, a dance tent and a comedy area, Pemberton Music Festival will be three glorious days of music, comedy, and camping on 300 clean, open acres in one of the most idyllic settings on Earth. More info & WIN Tickets here.

July 18-20: PDX Pop NOW! | FREE, 40+ Performances, 2 Stages, Street fair, Food Cart
The 11th annual PDX Pop Now! summer festival will take place over the weekend of July 18, 19, and 20th at Audio Cinema (226 SE Madison St). Remaining in the SE Industrial area that the festival has called home for the past ten years, our new location will feature an indoor and outdoor stage, street fair, food cart area, and over 40 performances from local musicians! More info here.

July 18-20: NE Broadway Summer Sale | Summer’s Best Prices, Happy Hour Deals, 75% Off, Pet Fair, Farmers Market
Amazing deals, storewide sales, cute pets and more will return the third weekend of July for the NE Broadway Summer Super Sale. The sidewalks will be packed with shoppers in search of incredible bargains all three days July 18-20, as 35 participants offer summer’s best prices, free gifts, happy hour deals and more. More info here.

July 18-20: Sand In The City | 60,000 Attendees, Pioneer Square
The greatest beach party in the country is coming to Portland’s living room, Pioneer Courthouse Square, on July 18-20. Yoshida’s Sand in the City features fun for all ages with majestic sand sculptures, interactive youth exhibits, live music, entertainment and more! It is estimated that over 60,000 people attend Sand in the City throughout the weekend. More info & Pictures here.

July 19: Troutdale Sumerfest | Parade, Music, Crafts, Vendors & More
Located just outside of Portland, kids will enjoy numerous events and opportunities including our “Chalk It Up” event on the Historic Columbia River Highway, a free kids “Build It” venue, and the Troutdale Recreation Department’s creative art and craft projects. Adults will be treated to a variety of music and other entertainment in the park, as well as getting a chance to see and sample the wares of dozens of creative and enjoyable vendor booths. It’s a street party! More info here.

July 23-27: Oregon Brewers Festival | Free Entry, 84 Craft Breweries, 85,000+ Attendees
On a sun-soaked July afternoon, there’s no better place to sip suds with friends than the Oregon Brewers Festival, one of the nation’s longest-running and best-loved craft beer festivals. Nearly 85,000 fans will travel from around the world to take part in the 27th annual event, which will run July 23 through July 27 at Tom McCall Waterfront Park in downtown Portland. More info here

July 15-Aug 12: “Noon-Tunes” | Free Downtown Concerts Series In Pioneer Square
On July 15th the ever popular Noon Tunes Summer Concert Series will return each Tuesday and Thursday from Noon-1:00pm to showcase the best of Portland’s regional and local musical talent curated by 101.9 Kink. With ten FREE concerts, and some of Portland’s favorite food vendors, the Square is sure to be Downtown’s summer lunchtime destination! More info & Schedule here.

July 24-26: Ho`ike & Hawaiian Festival | Hula Dancers, Singers, Arts & Crafts, 5K
Located at Esther Short Park in Vancouver, Washington, more than 10,000 visitors have swayed to the rhythm as hula dancers and Polynesian singers filled the park with the heartbeat of their cultures. Raffles, keiki (kids) activities, arts and crafts, business and delicious food vendors round out this two day long outdoor festival which is now considered the third largest annual event at Esther Short Park. More info here

July 24-Aug 28: Top Down Rooftop Cinema | Downtown Summer Outdoor Film Series
Top Down is the Northwest Film Center’s annual outdoor film series held atop the panoramic parking rooftop of the Hotel deLuxe. Classic, campy, and always entertaining, films screen on Thursday nights over the course of six weeks. This unique outdoor event also includes performances from local bands, cocktails, beers, and BBQ from Gracie’s Restaurant. Music starts around 8 p.m., screenings at 9 p.m., and doors open at 7 p.m.

July 25-26: Camas Washington Days | Parade, Beer, Wine, Duck Derby, & More
Located just outside of Portland, expect to see arts & craft vendors, a gated wine & microbrew street, a food street, concerts in the park, two parades (kids parade on Friday & main parade on Saturday), the ducky derby, the kids activities street, a softball tournament and the famous bathtub races in front of City Hall. More info & Schedule here.

July 26: Division / Clinton Street Fair | SE Portland, Parade, Music, Food, Arts & Crafts (more info)
Division/Clinton Street Fair begins with a wacky parade at 10:45 a.m. It offers arts & crafts booths, live music, food, sidewalk sales, and children’s events. Free.

July 26: NW Book Festival | Pioneer Square, Free, 50 Authors (more info)
Fifty critically acclaimed authors show their latest books and sign autographs at NW Book Festival at Pioneer Courthouse Square.

July 26: Beaverton International Celebration | 40+ Exhibitors, Food, Music Art
Just outside of Portland, the International Celebration is a free, fun, family-friendly event showcasing our many cultures through music, dance, interactive activities, food, art and more! In 2013, more than 8,000 people attended Party in the Park, many of whom came especially for the Beaverton International Celebration. 

July 27: Lents Street Fair | International Music & Food Festival, Live Music, Goats, & Beer (more info)
Lents Street Fair has a 12:15 p.m. family parade, food, beer, root beer, live music, and live goats.

July 27: NE Portland Sundays Parkways | Route Map, Pictures
In 2013, 85,480 Portland area residents and visitors participated in Sunday Parkways, allowing them opportunities to get out and active in communities across the city. Explore the Northeast Neighborhood Greenways while you make your way around the Northeast Portland route. Don’t forget to stop by Woodlawn, Alberta and Fernhill Parks where a collection of fun activities, festive music, and delicious food awaits you. More info & route here.

July 31: Last Thursday Street Fair on Alberta | Music, Art, Beer Garden, Vendors
Alberta Street between 15th and 30th Avenues will be closed for Last Thursday at 6 p.m. and reopen at 9:00 p.m., a little bit earlier than last year. There will be many art openings, live music and plenty of fun to be had! Last Thursday Info & Tips here

More Events: Our Calendar of July Events & Ticket Giveaways

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2014 Portland August Events:

All Month: Summer Movie Nights @ Pix Patisserie | Free Popcorn, Outdoor Courtyard
Throughout the summer, Pix will show movies in their outdoor courtyard. Bring a blanket and friends to watch French anime, indie films and classic comedies. Free Popcorn! More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Romantic Dinner Cruise | Entertainment, Amazing Views & Fantastic Cuisine
A vibrant setting enhanced by dazzling city sights and city lights. An evening filled to the brim with festive cuisine, locally sourced and prepared fresh on board and live entertainment. More info here.

All Month: Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts | Merle Haggard, Amos Lee, Pink Martini
Merle Haggard is your favorite country singer’s favorite singer, a certified legend in a world where the word is overused, and he’ll be at the Oregon Zoo June 21, kicking off a summer’s worth of fantastic music. This year’s series brings some familiar faces back to the zoo. Hometown heroes Pink Martini will close the series with two shows, Aug. 22-23. After selling out the zoo last year, Huey Lewis and the News are back (Aug. 13). Trombone Shorty brings his fiery Crescent City funk back for the second year in a row (Aug. 16), this time with reinforcements: his fellow New Orleans funksters Galactic. More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Top Down Rooftop Cinema | Downtown Summer Outdoor Film Series
Top Down is the Northwest Film Center’s annual outdoor film series held atop the panoramic parking rooftop of the Hotel deLuxe. Classic, campy, and always entertaining, films screen on Thursday nights over the course of six weeks. This unique outdoor event also includes performances from local bands, cocktails, beers, and BBQ from Gracie’s Restaurant. Music starts around 8 p.m., screenings at 9 p.m., and doors open at 7 p.m.

All Month: Shakespeare in the Parks | Free, Schedule
Now in its sixth season, the Original Practice Shakespeare Festival (OPS Fest), a non-profit theatre company, introduces two new Shakespeare plays to its repertory: Henry IV, Part 1 and The Taming of the Shrew. More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Summer Movies In The Park | FREE, Schedule
The 2014 season on Portland Summer Movies in the Parks starts June 26th and runs through September 13th. There are 25+ films playing all over the city including Goonies, Frozen, Gravity, The Lego Movie, Hunger Games, Back to the Future, & many more. Pre-entertainment by local musicians begins at 6:30PM with free popcorn! Movies starting at dusk. More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Concerts In The Park | Free, Schedule
The 2014 Portland Concerts in the Park series kicks off July 7th and runs throughout July and August at parks across the city. The first concert will be Sellwood Riverfront Park in SE Portland. The concerts begin at 6:30PM except the Sunday concerts at Elizabeth Caruthers Park, which are at 3PM. All the concerts are free and family-friendly. More info & Schedule here.

Wednesday: Downtown Farmers Market at Shemanski Park | 40+ Vendors
The Shemanski Park Farmers Market features over 40 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, seafood, meat, eggs, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Downtown Portland. The market is open Wednesdays, May through November from 10am-2pm, and is located on the South Park Blocks behind the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, just three blocks from Pioneer Courthouse Square. More info here.

Thursdays: Buckman Farmers Market | SE Portland, Fresh Local Produce, 20+ Vendors
The Buckman Farmers Market features 20 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Southeast Portland. More info here

Thursdays: NW Farmers Market | Fresh Local Produce, 20+ Vendors, Live Music
The Northwest Farmers Market features 20 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, eggs and flowers right to the heart of Northwest Portland. More info here.

Fridays: Kenton Farmers Market | North Portland, Fresh Local Produce, 15+ Vendors, Live Music
The Kenton Farmers Market features 15 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, seafood and prepared foods right to the heart of the Kenton neighborhood in North Portland. More info here

Saturdays: Portland State University Farmers Market | 100 Farmers + Food Vendors
Discover over 100 farmers and food vendors with booths overflowing with seasonal produce,pastured meats, fresh seafood, farm eggs, artisan breads, handcrafted cheeses, varietal honey, pickles, preserves, wine and sweets – everything you need to create seasonal meals from our local bounty. More info here.

Saturdays: Hollywood Farmers Market | NE Portland, 50+ Vendors, Live Music, Cooking Demos
Throughout the summer season, market shoppers enjoy farm-fresh produce and fruit from over 50 farmer vendors, locally sourced fare and live music, special events such as cooking demos, contests, Kids’ Days events, and more. More info here

Sundays: King Farmers Market | North/NE Portland, 30+ Vendors, Fresh Local Produce
The King Farmers Market features 30 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, seafood, meat, eggs, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Northeast Portland. More info here.

August 2: Maryhill Winery Concert Series | Styx & Foreigner, Beautiful Views
Located along the Washington border of the Columbia River Gorge, just 100 miles east of Portland, Ore., Maryhill Winery is lauded as one of the top destination wineries and most scenic music venues in the Pacific Northwest. With seating for 4,000 built into the natural slope of the outdoor lawn, Maryhill has been a popular summer hotspot for nearly a decade and continues to add new attractions, such as four world-class bocce courts and a Reserve Room, to make it the fifth most-visited winery in the state. More info here

August 2: Fremont Fest | NE Portland, Parade, Pub Crawl, Vendors, 5K (more info)
Fremont Fest includes a 5K run, parade of vintage cars & bikes & pets, pub crawl, entertainment, kids’ zone, and vendors on NE Fremont Street.

August 2: ObonfestJapanese Festival, Music, Performances, Food & Drink, Free Entry
Obonfest commemorates ancestors with Obon dance, lanterns, children’s booths, Japanese food, beer & sake at Oregon Buddhist Temple. More info here.

August 2-3: Urban Air Market @ Zidell Yards | 100+ Booths, Pop Up Outdoor Sustainable Shopping Event, Music & More!
Bringing together the creative communities of Portland and San Francisco, this free event is a pop-up marketplace for sustainable design featuring 100+ emerging and established artisans and brands, along with live music, art installations, food vendors and a beer garden. More info here.

August 5,7,12: “Noon-Tunes” | Free Downtown Concerts Series In Pioneer Square
On July 15th the ever popular Noon Tunes Summer Concert Series will return each Tuesday and Thursday from Noon-1:00pm to showcase the best of Portland’s regional and local musical talent curated by 101.9 Kink. With ten FREE concerts, and some of Portland’s favorite food vendors, the Square is sure to be Downtown’s summer lunchtime destination! More info & Schedule here.

August 6, 13, 20, 27: Summer Arts on Main Street | Free Downtown Portland Concerts
Every summer, the streets of downtown Portland become a popular destination for locals, including downtown-area workers, tourists and residents. One reason for the increased foot-traffic is the free Summer Arts on Main Street series produced by Portland’5 Centers for the Arts. The series, presented every Wednesday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. during the months of July and August, includes free music (and other miscellaneous) performances, children’s activities and outdoor booths featuring local artisans selling handmade crafts. More info & Schedule here.

August 6, 13, 20, 27: Music On Main Street | Free Outdoor Summer Concerts
The 9th annual Music on Main Street free outdoor concert series are held on Wednesday evenings during July and August in downtown Portland on Main Street, between Southwest Broadway & Park Ave., next to Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. The 2014 season features jazz, salsa, tributes to the Beatles and the Allman Brothers, Ghanaian drummers, power pop, songwriters, and bohemian caberet. More info & Schedule here.

August 8-11: Beloved Festival | Sacred Art & Music Festival, Tidwater Falls, Oregon
The Beloved Festival is a wild and wonderful, 4-day, camping, art, and music festival on the Oregon coast. Since it’s beginnings in 2008, the festival has grown to over five times it’s original size. Beloved Festival offers a unique mix of leading-edge EDM and world music, interactive art installations, live painting, yummy, local, organic cuisine, and educational programming, including workshops on yoga, ancient wisdom & eco-ethics. More info here

August 9: Alberta Street Fair | NE Portland, Music, Art, Food
The 17th Annual Alberta Street Fair is Saturday, August 9, 2014, 11AM – 6PM. The Alberta Street Fair is a daylong celebration of community, art and music that brings over 20,000 people to Alberta Street. Hosted by Alberta Main Street, the street fair features a day of eclectic activities celebrating the diversity and uniqueness that is Only on Alberta. More info here.

August 9-10: Bite Of Oregon @ Waterfront Park | Largest Culinary Event In Oregon
What do Oregon’s top chefs, best wineries, craft breweries and finest cuisine have in common? They will take over Portland’s Waterfront Park to support Special Olympics Oregon during the 31st annual Bite Of Oregon, August 8, 9, and 10. More info here

August 10: Portland Roots Festival | Pioneer Square, Food, Keynote Speaker
The celebration will feature some of Portland’s tastiest Afro-food vendors, a variety of fun and educational health-related activities for the whole family, and plentiful information from local health based organizations.

August 13 & 27: Sunsets in the Garden | Complimentary Beer & Wine Tastings, Live Music
Under an hour drive from Portland, the Oregon Garden returns its popular Sunsets in the Garden series presented by Columbia Bank, an after-hours event that takes place on select Wednesday evenings throughout the summer. Sunsets in the Garden features complimentary tastings from local wineries and breweries, live music and the opportunity to watch the setting sun from the beautiful Sensory Garden. More info & Schedule here.

August 14-24: Art in the Dark | AWOL Dance Collective, Outdoor Circus, Food, Drinks
A-WOL’s Art in the Dark annual performance is a fantastical, illuminated, full-length, evening production set in a unique and rare outdoor theater style setting. Transforming a dirt plot into a performance spot, each show is packed with the flavor of the Northwest and a wonderful taste of the talent this area has to offer! More info here

August 16: Neon Dash @ PIR | Nighttime 5k, Neon Glow Powder, Music
The original night time color 5k event, Neon Dash, brings their Live Bright Tour to Portland International Raceway August 16th, 2014. This night time fun run creates an experience unlike any other. As darkness falls, the light just gets brighter when participants are doused with neon fluorescent glow powder. After, they are lit up with professional-strength black lights, all while jamming out to their favorite tunes. More info here

August 16: Portland Adult Soap Box Derby | Mt Tabor Park, Vendors, Races, Free (more info)
The Annual Portland Adult Soap Derby is a popular Portland community event, a time-honored tradition, and a good excuse for a picnic. And it’s free! Pictures & video here.

August 17: Hawthorne Street Fair | SE Portland, Music, Art, Vendors, Food (more info)
Hawthorne Street Fair has vendors, family activities, a beer garden, and live music on the sidewalks of SE Hawthorne Blvd. from 12th to 52nd.

August 23: Maryhill Winery Concert Series | Peter Frampton w/ Buddy Guy (Win Tickets, $98)
Located along the Washington border of the Columbia River Gorge, just 100 miles east of Portland, Ore., Maryhill Winery is lauded as one of the top destination wineries and most scenic music venues in the Pacific Northwest. With seating for 4,000 built into the natural slope of the outdoor lawn, Maryhill has been a popular summer hotspot for nearly a decade and continues to add new attractions, such as four world-class bocce courts and a Reserve Room, to make it the fifth most-visited winery in the state. More info & WIN TICKETS here

August 24: SE Portland Sundays Parkways | Route Map, Pictures
In 2013, 85,480 Portland area residents and visitors participated in Sunday Parkways, allowing them opportunities to get out and active in communities across the city. Spend a warm summer day walking and rolling around the Southeast Sunday Parkways. While you’re at it, take a few moments to explore Laurelhurst, Colonel Summers and Ivon Parks to grab a bite to eat, listen to tunes, and join some activities. More info here.

August 28: Last Thursday Street Fair on Alberta | Music, Art, Beer Garden, Vendors
Alberta Street between 15th and 30th Avenues will be closed for Last Thursday at 6 p.m. and reopen at 9:00 p.m., a little bit earlier than last year. There will be many art openings, live music and plenty of fun to be had! Last Thursday Info & Tips here

Aug 29-Sept 1: Labor Day Weekend | Concerts, Festivals, Parties, Food & Drink
The 2014 Labor Day Weekend takes place August 29th-September 1st. There are many great Portland and Oregon events all weekend including watching the Vaux’s Swifts Watch @ Chapman School. As always, we have a large list of events and tips for you to enjoy the city or travel. Labor Day Weekend Schedule here.

Aug 30-Sept 1: Art in the Pearl | Music, Food, 1000+ Art Vendors (more info)
Art in The Pearl features 100 booths of fine art as well as music, food, and hands-on art activities along NW 8th Ave in North Park Blocks.

More Events: Our Calendar of August Events & Ticket Giveaways

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2014 Portland September Events:

All Month: Summer Movie Nights @ Pix Patisserie | Free Popcorn, Outdoor Courtyard
Throughout the summer, Pix will show movies in their outdoor courtyard. Bring a blanket and friends to watch French anime, indie films and classic comedies. Free Popcorn! More info & Schedule here.

All Month: Romantic Dinner Cruise | Entertainment, Amazing Views & Fantastic Cuisine
A vibrant setting enhanced by dazzling city sights and city lights. An evening filled to the brim with festive cuisine, locally sourced and prepared fresh on board and live entertainment. More info here.

All Month: Vaux’s Swifts Watch | Chapman School, Large Bird Migration
Every year in late August, one of Portland’s most spectacular natural events begins: Thousands of Vaux’s Swifts gather in the city as they prepare to migrate to Central America and Venezuela. Pictures and Video here

Wednesdays: Downtown Farmers Market at Shemanski Park | 40+ Vendors
The Shemanski Park Farmers Market features over 40 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, seafood, meat, eggs, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Downtown Portland. The market is open Wednesdays, May through November from 10am-2pm, and is located on the South Park Blocks behind the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, just three blocks from Pioneer Courthouse Square. More info here.

Thursdays: Buckman Farmers Market | SE Portland, Fresh Local Produce, 20+ Vendors
The Buckman Farmers Market features 20 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Southeast Portland. More info here

Thursdays: NW Farmers Market | Fresh Local Produce, 20+ Vendors, Live Music
The Northwest Farmers Market features 20 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, eggs and flowers right to the heart of Northwest Portland. More info here.

Fridays: Kenton Farmers Market | North Portland, Fresh Local Produce, 15+ Vendors, Live Music
The Kenton Farmers Market features 15 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, meat, seafood and prepared foods right to the heart of the Kenton neighborhood in North Portland. More info here

Saturdays: Portland State University Farmers Market | 100 Farmers + Food Vendors
Discover over 100 farmers and food vendors with booths overflowing with seasonal produce,pastured meats, fresh seafood, farm eggs, artisan breads, handcrafted cheeses, varietal honey, pickles, preserves, wine and sweets – everything you need to create seasonal meals from our local bounty. More info here.

Saturdays: Hollywood Farmers Market | NE Portland, 50+ Vendors, Live Music, Cooking Demos
Throughout the summer season, market shoppers enjoy farm-fresh produce and fruit from over 50 farmer vendors, locally sourced fare and live music, special events such as cooking demos, contests, Kids’ Days events, and more. More info here

Sundays: King Farmers Market | North/NE Portland, 30+ Vendors, Fresh Local Produce
The King Farmers Market features 30 vendors bringing locally-grown fruits and vegetables, berries, baked goods, seafood, meat, eggs, cheese, prepared foods and flowers right to the heart of Northeast Portland. More info here.

September 1: Labor Day Events  | Concerts, Festivals, Parties, Food & Drink
The 2014 Labor Day Weekend takes place August 29th-September 1st. There are many great Portland and Oregon events all weekend including watching the Vaux’s Swifts Watch @ Chapman School. As always, we have a large list of events and tips for you to enjoy the city or travel. Labor Day Weekend Schedule here.

September 1: Art in the Pearl | Music, Food, 1000+ Art Vendors (more info)
Art in The Pearl features 100 booths of fine art as well as music, food, and hands-on art activities along NW 8th Ave in North Park Blocks.

September 4-13: Summer Movies In The Park | FREE, Schedule
The 2014 season on Portland Summer Movies in the Parks starts June 26th and runs through September 13th. There are 25+ films playing all over the city including Goonies, Frozen, Gravity, The Lego Movie, Hunger Games, Back to the Future, & many more. Pre-entertainment by local musicians begins at 6:30PM with free popcorn! Movies starting at dusk. More info & Schedule here.

September 6: Portland Color Run 2014 | The “Happiest 5k on the Planet,” Thousands of Runners, Kaleidoscope Tour
With no winners or official times, The Color Run celebrates healthiness, happiness, and individuality, bringing the community together to create a five-kilometer canvas of colorful fun in which thousands of participants are doused from head to toe in different colors at each kilometer. More info & Schedule here.

September 10 & 24: Sunsets in the Garden | Complimentary Beer & Wine Tastings, Live Music
Under an hour drive from Portland, the Oregon Garden returns its popular Sunsets in the Garden series presented by Columbia Bank, an after-hours event that takes place on select Wednesday evenings throughout the summer. Sunsets in the Garden features complimentary tastings from local wineries and breweries, live music and the opportunity to watch the setting sun from the beautiful Sensory Garden. More info & Schedule here.

September 11-14: Mount Angel Oktoberfest | Biergarten, Sausage, Car Show, Bavarian Band
Less than an hour from Portland, one of the longest standing, best-loved folk festivals in the Northwest celebrates its 49th anniversary from September 11 through September 14, 2014. The Mount Angel Oktoberfest began as a traditional fall festival to celebrate the bounty of the earth and the goodness of creation. More info & Schedule here.

September 11-21: Time-Based Art Festival | Music, Art, Talks, All Over Portland (more info)
PICA’s annual Time-Based Art Festival (TBA) draws artists from across the country and around the globe for a convergence of contemporary performance and visual art. Installations and live performances fill out theaters, temporary galleries, and unexpected public spaces throughout Portland, activating the city with art and energy. From morning workshops to afternoon salons and talks, to evening shows and late-night happenings, TBA is an all-hours forum for new ideas and experiences.

September 13: Maryhill Winery Concert Series | The Best of Jethro Hill w/ Ian Anderson
Located along the Washington border of the Columbia River Gorge, just 100 miles east of Portland, Ore., Maryhill Winery is lauded as one of the top destination wineries and most scenic music venues in the Pacific Northwest. With seating for 4,000 built into the natural slope of the outdoor lawn, Maryhill has been a popular summer hotspot for nearly a decade and continues to add new attractions, such as four world-class bocce courts and a Reserve Room, to make it the fifth most-visited winery in the state. More info here

September 13: Belmont Street Fair | SE Portland, Music, Art, Food, Vendors (more info)
A full day of fun from noon to 7 p.m. for the whole family with live music, art, entertainment, shopping and good food & drink!

September 13: Carlton Crush Harvest Festival | Free Admission, Wine/Beer/Cider Corral
36 miles southwest of Portland, he event takes place in Downtown Carlton, complete with a Grape Stomp Competition, Barrel Rolling Race, Wine Thief Relay Race, Kids’ Watermelon Eating Contest and Kids’ Grape Stomp, live music and entertainment, traditional Midway games for children, Mark the Magician, helicopter rides, and terrific food from a variety of restaurants. The Crush Corral features fine wines and craft beers from wineries and breweries throughout the area.  More info here.

September 15: El Grito y Fiestas Patrias | Mexican Independence Day Festival in Pioneer Square (more info)
Celebrate the independence of Mexico and its neighbors from Spain at El Grito y Fiestas Patrias, which includes folkloric and Aztec dancers and live mariachi, salsa, cumbia, and pop music, plus food & craft vendors at Pioneer Courthouse Square.

September 20 & 21: Polish Festival | Food, Music, Dancing, Free Admission (more info)
During the festival, there are non-stop stage performances, including a few dance groups and music bands, polka contest on Saturday and Sunday, a street dance, delicious Polish food and imported Polish beer.

September 28: SW Portland Sundays Parkways | Route Map, Pictures
In 2013, 85,480 Portland area residents and visitors participated in Sunday Parkways, allowing them opportunities to get out and active in communities across the city. End the Sunday Parkways season by taking advantage of the route, including a walk-only trail. Whether rolling down Troy Street or exploring the SW Trails with its rolling hills and scenic views, don’t forget to stop by Gabriel Park, Multnomah Village and Hillsdale Shopping Center for food, music, activities and more. More info & route here.

More Events: Our Calendar of September Events & Ticket Giveaways

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