October 12 @ The Goodfoot Pub & Lounge – Garcia Birthday Band (GBB), is a group of veteran musicians interpreting and celebrating the vast repertoire of the late Jerry Garcia and The Grateful Dead. But this isn’t a “tribute band!”
October 10 @ The Goodfoot Dodgy Mountain Men sling a home-brewed Montana stompgrass that goes down smooth but packs a bite, mixing the rhythms of bluegrass, the soul of the blues and the energy of rock ‘n’ roll with a plethora of other musical traditions to create a unique electro-acoustic experience.
October 4-5 @ Barrel Room – Portland’s Longest Running and ONLY Dueling Piano Show Bar, now in its ninth award-winning season! Featuring National Touring Talent every weekend this Vegas Style request driven show
The Weekend is back, Portland! Get in some laughs with Tree Huggers Comedy. Bella Organic’s Haunted Corn Maze Opens Friday! Learn more about plant-based eating at VegFest. And apple season is here!
We will be gathering on the 11th of October from 10pm – 1 am to mix, mingle, and do the dance of mystery as we watch the Portland Skyline roll by under the stars on the The Portland Spirit.
October 26 @ The Redd on Salmon – Phantom PDX returns to The Redd on Salmon. We LOVE old warehouses and can’t wait to show off what our talented team is putting together this year.
October 26 @ Portland Spirit – It’s a night of fright, fun & rock as Generator takes the stage for a Halloween party to wake the dead, and keep them dancing till the dawn… or 1am at least. You’ll want to dance, groove and shake it till you break it as they weave their web […]
October 26 @ Irving St. Studio – The LAB is designed to be a different type of Halloween event, more boutique and a lot more elevated than what you’re used to.
The 2019 Portland Erotic Ball returns for its 20th year to the historic Crystal Ballroom on Saturday, October 26th as Portland’s biggest, sexiest adult Halloween party. The spectacular 3-story event is hosted by Emmy-nominee, Sasha Scarlett, and also features stilt walkers, aerial and burlesque performances & more!
October 18 @ Aladdin Theater – Blood is thicker than water and there’s nothing like family creating music together to prove it. With contrasting blood-harmonies and left-handed/right-handed guitar playing, singer-songwriter duo The Talbott Brothers combine rock, blues and pop with honest storytelling.
October 14 @ Aladdin Theater – An artist of rare calibre, Aldous Harding does more than sing; she conjures a singular intensity.
October 20 @ Revolution Hall – Witch was born from a marriage of apparently contradictory influences. J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. renown and his long time friend Dave Sweetapple were interested in forming a hard rock band.
November 2 @ Aladdin Theater – Charley Crockett, a true descendant of Davy Crockett, was born in a poor town in deep South Texas. His early years were spent between Texas and Louisiana, raised by a blues singing single mother in Dallas, and an uncle who introduced him to the big brass sound of the […]
October 17 @ Revolution Hall – After studying piano privately for 12 years, Rick gained a scholarship to the Royal College of Music, where he studied piano, clarinet and orchestration. In March 2012, Prince Charles presented him with his Fellowship of the RCM. He was also made a Professor at the London College of Music.
November 3 @ Aladdin Theater – Understanding the virtuosity of Reckless Kelly requires the perspective of where the band has been. Cody and Willy Braun grew up in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho. They moved to Bend, Oregon, and then migrated to that great musical fountainhead, Austin, Texas.
October 12 @ Alberta Street Pub – Wrangled by local musicians Pete Ficht and Ezra Holbrook, the 5th Annual “From Smiths to Smithereens: A Tribute to ‘80s College Rock” is a rocking show that features more than a dozen of Portland’s best bands playing.
December 13 @ Roseland Theater – With sold-out national tours, a social media following over 7 million, and video views over a quarter of a BILLION, Granger Smith has amassed a rabid audience, while building a truly groundbreaking career.
October 4 @ The Goodfoot – First Friday Superjam means funk, soul, disco & hip hop with DJ Magneto and Friends. Come and join the dance party!
October 3 @ The Goodfoot – Skerik band features 30 years of compositions from the saxophone legend backed by a stellar band of the NW’s finest musicians.
December 31 @ Crystal Ballroom – The Polish Ambassador (real name David Sugalski) is raising the bar for what it means to be a professionally touring musician. Sure, the electronic musician lays claim to producing the sweetest beats this side of the Milky Way Galaxy, but the world’s funkiest diplomat is also using his popularity […]
February 4 @ Crystal Ballroom – Fact: Queensrÿche have never been a band to rest on their laurels. In a career set against the new-millennium’s backdrop of cultural chaos, they’ve remained a constant; musically innovative and lyrically thought-provoking.
October 10-12 @ Newmark Theatre – Sasha Waltz is one of Europe’s most celebrated choreographers, and White Bird is immensely proud to introduce her company and masterwork Körper (bodies) to Portland.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Dive into Fall w/ Oktoberfest Beer Belly dinner Thursday at EastBurn Public House. Suit up on Sunday for How I Met Your Mother trivia! Halloweentown opens and Randy Rainbow is in town! And Portland Comedy Festival starts Tuesday!
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Grammy Winner Leo Dan, Beaverton Restaurant Week, Bella Organic Haunted Corn Maze & more!
October 18 @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall – Andrew Bird is an internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, whistler, and songwriter. Bird has recorded and toured extensively worldwide.
October 7 @ Aladdin Theater – Mercury Rev is Alternative rock band from Buffalo, New York, formed in 1989. They started as a collective to provide soundtracks for student films the band debuted in the UK as exponents of a psychedelic and experimental breed of indie rock, gradually revealing a more melodic, bittersweet sound.
October 11 @ Aladdin Theater – From the days of playing greasy local juke joints to headlining major festivals, JJ Grey remains an unfettered, blissful performer, singing with a blue-collared spirit over the bone-deep grooves of his compositions.
October 6 @ Revolution Hall – Leo Dan is considered one of the most important singer-songwriters in Latin America. His music has conquered the hearts of all Spanish-speaking countries.
October 13 @ Revolution Hall – Listening to “Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde” two full decades after its release, its sense of timeliness is unmistakable. Every song on the album inverts a hoary hip-hop cliché. With classics like “Oh Shit,” “Otha Fish”, “Ya’ Mama,” and hit single, “Passing Me By,” it is not surprising that […]
October 8 @ Aladdin Theater – The Long Ryders were formed in 1982 by young American musicians influenced by Gram Parsons, C&W, Sir Doug Sahm, and the energetic punk scene found in their hometown of Los Angeles. The Long Ryders were a near-perfect anecdote to formula stadium rock and wimpy synth-pop.
October 9 @ Aladdin Theater – Hiss Golden Messenger of Durham, North Carolina, a vehicle for singer-songwriter M.C. Taylor, calls up a wide spectrum of American vernacular music — from Archie Brownlee to the Staple Singers, and from singer-songwriters Van Morrison to Townes Van Zandt. After relocating from California to North Carolina, Taylor began to […]
October 5 @ Revolution Hall – There is a power present in the places where we’re invited to adopt the pace of nature. The same forces that patiently connect the cells of a sprig in the soil can uproot a redwood with a single winter storm.
October 4 @ Aladdin Theater – A forgotten roll of film inspired a musical accompaniment, the North Mississippi Allstars’ new record Up and Rolling. Shot before the turn of the century, the photographs resonate with the music of four families from the Mississippi hills. The album captures the communal spirit upon which the band was […]