Win Portland Tickets ($1,600+): Oregon Brewers Festival, Toots and Maytals, Tiffany Jenkins, Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts & More!

Win Portland Tickets from PDX PipelinePipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Japanese Breakfast, Iron & Wine Calexico and Iron & Wine & more!



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Win Tickets: Get On Up w/ Takimba & DJ Saucy @ The Goodfoot | Funk, Mashups & Remixes (July 20)
Join us for another sweaty, ecstatic night on the dance floor with Get On Up! Takimba (Melting Pot Sounds, Heartbeat Silent Disco) and Dj Saucy will be spinning, re-mixing and mashing up hip-hop, funk and soul from the get go till the doors close. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tasting Packages ($40): Oregon Brewers Festival @ Tom McCall Waterfront Park | Featuring 100+ Beers & Ciders From Around Oregon (July 24-27)
The Oregon Brewers Festival has announced details for this summer’s 32nd annual event, and for the first time in the festival’s history, it will feature 100 percent Oregon craft beers and ciders, with more than 85 of these being first-release products that will debut at the event. From Allegory to Zoiglhaus, the Oregon Brewers Festival will pour 101 products from 93 breweries and eight cider houses in 34 cities––from the Pacific Coast to the High Desert, and the Cascade Mountains to the Willamette Valley. Participants range from the nano-est of nanos to some of the powerhouses of the craft brewing industry. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($50): Tal Wilkenfeld @ Aladdin Theater | Australian Bassist, Singer, Songwriter and Guitarist (July 25)
Love Remains, Tal Wilkenfeld’s debut solo album for BMG, is a testament to the celebrated bassist’s unconventional journey. While a dedicated fan base may already know Tal for her work with Jeff Beck, Prince, The Allman Bros., Herbie Hancock and Mick Jagger, Love Remains reveals a new side of Tal as a songwriter and singer with skills on par with her legend-in-the making musicianship. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($70): Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts Presents Broken Social Scene | w/ The Helio Sequence (July 27)
“I don’t want to go out there being presumptuous,” Kevin Drew says, “because, I’ve worn those presumptuous shoes before, and you don’t want it to feel like, ‘Oh, what a let-down.’” That’s the fear when you bring back one of music’s most beloved names seven years after their last album. But with Hug of Thunder, the fifth Broken Social Scene album, Drew and his bandmates have a right to feel presumptuous. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($70): MIYAVI @ Crystal Ballroom | Samurai Guitarist (July 27)
MIYAVI is a musician, actor, and philanthropist, bridging cultures across the globe with his music and message. His unique style of guitar playing has taken him on 7 world tours in over 30 countries. Most recently, you can find MIYAVI as the face of Beats headphones in Japan or walking the runway for Yohji Yamamoto & Y3 at his 2018 Paris Collection. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($20): Art & Wine Fusion Street Festival in Bingen, WA | Live Music, Artisans, Wines, Spirits, Ciders, Beer Garden, Food, Kids’ Activities & More! (July 27)
It’s time to Uncork and take a walk on the ART side at the 15th annual Art & Wine Fusion, a premier Columbia Gorge summer Art, Wine, Beer, Cider, Spirits, Food and Music festival. This iconic fixture in the Columbia Gorge epicurean landscape features amazing artisans, specialty wines created just for the Art and Wine Fusion from world-class WA and OR wineries. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($40): NW Natural Street of Dreams | Featuring the Latest in Building Tech, Design & Sustainability at Wilsonville’s Stafford Meadows (July 27-August 25)
The NW Natural Street of Dreams at Stafford Meadows returns to Wilsonville. The annual luxury home event produced by the Home Builders of Metro Portland offers a unique opportunity to be inspired – whether planning a new kitchen, bathroom or building a new house. This year’s show will feature homes showcasing the latest in design trends, technology, energy-efficient building practices and more. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($92): The Psychedelic Furs, James @ Crystal Ballroom | w/ Dear Boy, English Rock, Post Punk, New Wave (August 1)
If you were to dissect the today’s alternative rock music, you’ll find that much of it pays homage to The Psychedelic Furs. Led by vocalist and songwriter Richard Butler, and his bass-wielding brother Tim, the Furs scored major hits with “Love My Way,” “Pretty In Pink,” “Heaven,” “The Ghost In You,” and “Heartbreak Beat” in all releasing seven studio albums, spawning several compilations, a boxed set, and a live concert DVD. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($60): Tiffany Jenkins: This Show is Awkward AF @ Revolution Hall | Viral Video Blogger, Comedy, Recovering Addict (August 1)
Tiffany Jenkins is a wife, mother, author, content creator and recovering addict. Although best known for her funny viral Facebook videos, Tiffany speaks shamelessly, openly and honestly about her past and addiction, as well as her struggles with depression and anxiety. Tiffany’s story of hope has had such an overwhelming response from her supporters that she is ready to tackle her next life goal – travel the globe, meet her fans and make as many people laugh and feel inspired as possible. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($72): Toots and Maytals – Live in Concert @ Revolution Hall | “Do the Reggae” (August 2)
Toots is one of the true architects of reggae – so much so that “Do the Reggae,” a 1968 single by Toots and his group, the Maytals, is credited with giving the genre its name. Classic songs written and recorded by Toots and the Maytals have been covered by the likes of the Clash and the Specials, and the group was featured in reggae’s greatest breakthrough event – “The Harder They Come,” the 1972 film that became an international sensation. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($50): Yacht Rock Revue @ Revolution Hall | Soft Rock (August 3)
The Yacht Rock Revue is everything the late ‘70s and early ‘80s should’ve been: massive sing-along soft rock hits, tight bell-bottom jeans, impeccable musicianship, polyester shirts, glorious vocal harmonies, sunglasses at night, breezy dancing and sax … lots of sax. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($50): James McMurtry @ Aladdin Theater | w/ Bonnie Whitmore, Roots Rock, Folk, Country (August 7)
The New York Times Magazine’s cover story “25 Songs That Tell Us Where Music Is Going” (Sunday, March 12) prominently features a four-page spread focusing on James McMurtry’s “Copper Canteen,” from his 2015 release Complicated Game. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($70): Marc Maron – Hey, There’s More Tour @ Revolution Hall | Stand Up Comedian, Podcast Host (August 10)
For over thirty years, Marc Maron has been writing and performing comedy for print, stage, radio, online and television. Best known for his hit landmark podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, he has interviewed iconic personalities such as Conan O’Brien, Robin Williams, Keith Richards, Ben Stiller, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lorne Michaels and former US President Barack Obama. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($70): Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts Presents Steve Earle & The Dukes + Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real | Country, Folk (August 11)
In the strictest sense, Steve Earle isn’t a country artist; he’s a roots rocker. Earle emerged in the mid-’80s, after Bruce Springsteen had popularized populist rock & roll and Dwight Yoakam had kick-started the neo-traditionalist movement in country music. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($70): Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts Presents Grammy Nominee Feist w/ Special Guest Rhye | Indie Pop (August 13)
Feist’s first album in six years reflects on secrets and shame, loneliness and tenderness, care and fatigue and is at it’s core a study on self-awareness. As the fourth full-length from the Canadian singer/songwriter, Pleasure builds off the warm naturalism of the Polaris Prize-winning Metals and emerges as Feist’s most formally defiant and expansive work so far. And while each album marks a departure from the next,Pleasure finds the 4-time grammy nominee again showing the extraordinary depth of her artistry. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($97): Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts Presents ThePianoGuys | Classical Crossover, Orchestral Pop, Cello Rock (August 15)
Hailing from Utah, The Piano Guys became an Internet sensation by way of their immensely successful series of strikingly original self-made music videos. They’ve made over 35 since joining forces in early 2011, including their hit video, an innovative 10-handed version of One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful.” To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($79): Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts Presents Grammy Winner Taj Mahal + Marc Cohn | Featuring Guest Vocalists Blind Boys of Alabama (August 16)
In September 2014, some 50 years after moving to Los Angeles to form the band Rising Sons with fellow blues musician Ry Cooder and Jessie Lee Kincaid, Taj Mahal hightailed it to Nashville to receive an honor he called “one of the most powerful and wonderful things that could ever happen in my life.” To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($85): Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts Presents Grammy Winner Herbie Hancock and Kamasi Washington | R&B, Acoustic and Electronic Jazz (August 17)
Herbie Hancock is a true icon of modern music. Throughout his explorations, he has transcended limitations and genres while maintaining his unmistakable voice. With an illustrious career spanning five decades and 14 Grammy® Awards, including Album of the Year for River: The Joni Letters, he continues to amaze audiences across the globe. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($210): HR Summit & Healthiest Employers of Oregon @ Hilton Hotel | Exhibitor Booths, HR Sessions, Awards & More! (August 22)
Corporate wellness continues to be a prevalent topic in companies across the globe. With constant changes in technology, research and the industry one way to stay up to date is to attend the Portland Business Journal’s HR Summit & Healthiest Employers of Oregon event! To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($70): Calexico and Iron & Wine @ Keller Auditorium | Americana, Indie, Folk (August 23)
Calexico and Iron & Wine first made an artistic connection with In the Reins, the 2005 EP that brought Sam Beam, Joey Burns and John Convertino together. The acclaimed collaboration introduced both acts to wider audiences and broadened Beam’s artistic horizons, but it was the shared experience of touring together in the tradition of Bob Dylan’s “Rolling Thunder Revue” that cemented their bond. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($50): Japanese Breakfast @ Crystal Ballroom | Indie Rock, Pop, w/ Special Guest (August 23)
“The title Soft Sounds From Another Planet alludes to the promise of something that may or may not be there. Like a hope in something more. The songs are about human resilience and the strength it takes to claw out of the darkest of spaces.” To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($85): Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts Presents Amos Lee – My New Moon Tour 2019 | Rock, Soul, Blues, Folk (August 25)
Over the course of more than a dozen years and six studio albums, Amos Lee has continued to evolve, develop, and challenge himself as a musician. With SPIRIT, he makes his biggest creative leap yet. To win, comment on this post here.

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Win Tickets ($139): Brian Wilson & The Zombies @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall | Something Great From ’68 Tour, w/ Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin (September 17)
Legendary songwriter Brian Wilson began his career as a teenaged founding member of The Beach Boys, who signed with Capitol Records in July 1962 and released their first album, Surfin’ Safari, that same year. The band’s initial surf-rock focus was soon broadened to include other themes. Wilson’s innovative vocal and instrumental arrangements for major hits including “I Get Around,” “California Girls,” “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “God Only Knows,” and the No. 1 smash “Good Vibrations” established The Beach Boys as America’s preeminent band of the 1960s. To win, comment on this post here.

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