July 6 @ Kaul Auditorium – A remarkable evening with two masterpieces by one of classical music’s greatest composers and two premieres from today’s. Experience Mozart, the world premiere of Kenji Bunch’s Ralph’s Old Records, and a West Coast premiere by Pulitzer Prize-winner David Lang.
The United States plays the #1 ranked Germany in a semifinal World Cup match on Tuesday, June 30th at 4:30 p.m. in Montréal. There are several great places to watch in Portland including an outside beer garden on Hawthorne! The U.S. Women’s National Team includes Portland resident Abby Wambach, Thorns stars Alex Morgan & Tobin […]
July 2-5 @ Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets – Celebrate Independence Day w/ good deals and more at Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets Memorial Day Weekend sidewalk sale!
Saturdays July 4-August 22 @ Bella Organic Pumpkin Patch – Come visit Bella Organic on Sauvie Island for Live Music and Fun on the Farm!
July 2 @ Shiekh Shoes @ Lloyd Center – As shoppers prepare for a stylish fourth of July weekend, Shiekh will be welcoming store-goers with a live DJ and refreshments to celebrate the thriving sneaker culture in Portland!
The weekend is here and the HEAT is ON! Too hot for clothes?, How about hopping on the World Naked Bike Ride on Saturday? Stay cool on Portland Spirit’s Totally 90s Dance Cruise or Radical 80s Dance Cruise. Sip cooling Sangria at Hip Chicks Do Wine, The B-52s are at Oregon Zoo this weekend and […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including MusicFestNW, July 4th Fireworks Dinner, Northwest String Summit & more.
The United States plays their fifth Women’s World Cup match Friday vs China at 4:30 p.m. at Ottawa. If you don’t have a TV or want to watch with a group in Portland, here are some suggestions.
June 26-28 @ Oaks Park – Experience three days of derby-crushing sweetness with Wheels of Justice, Oakland’s Bay Area Derby Girl’s Golden Girls, Denver Roller Derby’s Mile High Club and Vancouver’s Terminal City Rollergirls All-Stars!
June 1-30 @ Multnomah County Animal Services – As the only *open door* shelter in Portland, Multnomah County Animal Services accepts all lost, stray, and abandoned animals from Multnomah County. We never pick and choose based on breed, health or temperament and our adoptable animals are 100% local.
July 3-4 – The Estacada Timber Festival is Back at the Timber Park just like the old days of log rolling, bucking, sawing and pole climbing. Estacada Oregon welcomes you! Enjoy libations the day before with a fun concert featuring Portland favorite, Brass Tacks.
July 3-5 @ The Field Park – Portland, Oregon has more breweries within its city boundaries than any other municipality in the world. The Portland Craft Beer Festival (PCBF) will be an annual opportunity for patrons of legal-drinking age to sample a substantial representation of beers originating from every brewery in Portland. What makes the […]
July 10 @ Pioneer Courthouse Square – This July, thousands of people will descend on Portland for the 5th annual World Domination Summit. With so many amazing folks coming to town, we wanted to find a way to bring our attendees together with Portlanders to accomplish something both meaningful and memorable.
June 28 @ Reed College – Chamber Music Northwest bring you a groundbreaking collaboration with Oregon Bach Festival featuring Beethoven’s amazing music performed by Portland Baroque Orchestra’s Monica Huggett, soprano Tamara Wilson, the Oregon Bach Festival Berwick Academy Chamber Orchestra, and led by Maestro Matthew Halls.. This exciting partnership will celebrate the mastery of Beethoven!
June 24 @ The Tiny House Hotel – Join us on Wednesday evenings as we gather around the bonfire to make s’mores and listen to music by creative and talented Portland-based musicians. This week features Maya Dorn.
Last Thursday is back for 2015! Alberta Street between 15th and 30th Avenues will be closed for Last Thursday at 6 p.m. and reopen at 9:30 p.m. There will be many art openings, live music and plenty of fun to be had!
The United States plays their fourth Women’s World Cup match Monday vs Colombia at 5 p.m. at Edmonton. If you don’t have a TV or want to watch with a group in Portland, here are some suggestions.
Hello Portland! Summer’s officially here and it’s Father’s Day Weekend! We’ve got tons of ways to treat Dad, like brunch, cruises & Deep Woods Revival w/ Red Yarn! You can even walk into Portland’s Sinful Past w/ Dad! Tour 4 unique homes on Rare and Amazing Architectural Tour or see if you can escape the Ritual […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Soulful Giving, ARchitecture Tour, Northwest String Summit & more. FREE PORTLAND: We give out 100s of $$$ in free tickets every week including to many of the top music and art venues in Portland. Join our email list if you like free […]
Father’s Day is this Sunday, and there are many great Portland events this weekend to enjoy with dad including Portland Beer Week, Father’s Day Brunch, Portland Spirit cruises, architecture tour, Sunday Parkways & More! You can find updates on our Portland Father’s Day Weekend events calendar here.
June 22 @ Hollywood Theatre – Our odd and talented power panel of Curiosity Club alumni will share the best and worst facts that they’ve ever come across! Join us as we make the best of these malingering misconceptions, prove that these Truths are actually False(s), and share how we really feel about living lies!
The first day of summer arrives this Saturday, June 20th! 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 […]
Tuesdays June 23-September 29 – Portland Spirit’s Willamette Star will run a new summer cruise along the Willamette River to the Willamette Falls in Oregon City, incorporating a city tour (via motor coach) of historic Oregon City – Oregon’s first city and end of the Oregon Trail.
June 24 @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall – Come and hear renowned Climate Scientist Katharine Hayhoe bridge the divide between Fact and Faith—one of the most contentious schisms in the climate change debate. Hayhoe is the final speaker of the 2015 International Speaker Series put on by the World Affairs Council of Oregon.
June 21 @ Portland Spirit – Celebrate Father’s Day in a new way this year; spend quality time with family and friends aboard the Portland Spirit, Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler or Explorer jet boat. With many cruises to choose from, you are sure to find the right way to spend the day with Dad. Our Father’s […]
Wednesdays, June 17 @ Tiny House Hotel featuring Johanna Warren – Join us on Wednesday evenings as we gather around the bonfire to make s’mores and listen to music by creative and talented Portland-based musicians. Each week, we’ll feature local musicians with an emphasis on highlighting both well-known Portland musicians and on introducing exciting new […]
The United States plays their Third Women’s World Cup match this Tuesday vs Nigeria at 5 p.m. at BC Place, Vanouver. If you don’t have a TV or want to watch with a group in Portland, here are some suggestions.
June 21 @ Old Church – Joined by a full band and choir, Red Yarn will debut lush and lively folk song adaptations and original songs from his new studio album. With puppetry and storytelling, Red Yarn and company will present the album’s narrative of childhood exploration and discovery in the wild.
Summer’s nearly here! Pedalpalooza continues this week with Robin Williams Ride, Ginger Ride, Star Wars vs Star Trek Ride & More! Pride Weekend kicks off with several parties tonight. The BEER is flowing for Portland Beer Week: Get your fill at Fruit Beer Festival, Rye Beer Festival, Beer & Cider Garden & More! + Add […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Soulful Giving, Oregon Garden Brewfest, Northwest String Summit & more.
June 20 – Here’s your chance to explore four unique Portland houses designed by noted architect Robert Oshatz: A fundraising to benefit the Portland Chamber Orchestra lets ticket holders tour the Fennell floating home, Wilkinson treehouse, Rosenthal house with giant diamond-shaped windows and Robert Oshatz’s Elk Rock home from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, […]
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The United States plays their second Women’s World Cup match this Friday vs Sweden at 5 p.m. at Winnipeg Stadium. If you don’t have a TV or want to watch with a group in Portland, here are some suggestions.