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2018 Beloved Music Festival | Open-Air Sacred Art & Music Festival @ Tidewater Falls

August 12, 2018
Cost: Weekend passes start at $243
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Tidewater Falls
12154 E Alsea Hwy
Tidewater, Oregon 97390
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Beloved Festival

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Forests think in decades, not hours. Beloved Festival, the annual gathering uniting eclectic music and ecstatic experience, thinks similarly, building community and building soil in the middle of the boreal rainforests of Oregon. Every year, the festival seeks out artists and movement teachers from around the world whose work speaks across boundaries, who can bridge broad divides yet keep an incisive edge. It hosts art that reveals all we have to learn from one another, in a space that mixes playfulness and thoughtfulness.

Past acts have included everything from Sufi devotional music to deep house, from West African desert blues to alt-Latin or Yemeni indie rock, all performing on a single stage to ensure focus and foster a unifying experience.Highlights include artists as diverse as Odesza, Beats Antique, Karshe Kale, Rising Appalachia, Les Nubians, Amadou & Miriam, Bombino, Vieux Farka Toure, DakhaBrakha, and King Sunny Ade.
“Beloved stands in between spirit and soul,” explains festival founder and artistic director Elliot Rasenick. “We try to create space for ecstatic, spiritual connection. We want to make this experience open for everyone, no matter where you’re from, and a festival setting is a great way to give people this opportunity.”

The festival stays true to this original mission, with substantial yoga and other spirit-centering practices and with electronic dance and world music designed to take listeners higher. Beloved also hosts nationally and internationally renowned yoga teachers and other revered teachers of other spiritual disciplines and practices. They conduct workshops and sessions in stunning custom tents with a top-notch production and live music or DJ sets. All serves to elevate and expand, to heal and connect via the spirit.

Yet exploration of spiritual heights is insufficient on its own. For Beloved and the community it has fostered over more than ten years have realized they need to address the soul, the deeper core of each person must be in contact with the depths of the struggles of humanity. “In its earlier years, Beloved focused explicitly on spirit, on ecstasy. However, as the festival has matured, it has been asked to be made whole and to get in touch with soul,” Rasenick says. “We’re choosing to go deeper, to be willing to have difficult conversations and to be engaged in the world. Spirit may not talk about rape or about gender and sexual violence. There is a spiritual plane where white supremacy and the painful inequities of a racist country get overlooked; and to make things whole in the world or in our own lives, we have to be in touch with soul, and to face the pain in the world..”

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Old Fashioned Fridays @ The EastBurn | $2 off House Old Fashioneds

January 24
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The Eastburn Public House
1800 E Burnside St.
Portland, Oregon 97214
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Phone:
(503) 236-2876
Website:
http://theeastburn.com/

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$2 off house old fashioneds

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Portland Friday Food & Drink Specials

January 24
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Portland, OR United States

Portland Friday Food & Drink Specials including daily specials, happy hours, & late night specials.

Note: Menus are subject to change. Please contact venue in order to verify.


 

Bare Bones Bar & Cafe | (2900 SE Belmont St) | Happy Hour 4-7 PM

  • Drinks: $3 Well Drinks | $2 Pabst & Ranier Tall Boys | $2 Session, Mickey’s, Miller LT | $1 Off All Other Beers
  • Food: Grilled Cheese, Chili Dogs, Hummus Plate, Tuna Salad, & more (Happy Hour Menu)

 

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Goodfoot Lounge | (2845 SE Stark St.) | Happy Hour 5-8PM

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Bar Vivant / Pix Pâtisserie | (2225 E Burnside St.) | Happy Hour 4-6PM

  • Drinks: $5 Tinto & Txakoli | 10% Off All Wine Bottles
  • Food: 1 free tapas with purchase of adult beverage

 

 

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Quarterwold | (4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd) | Happy Hour 3-6PM

  • Drinks: $1 Off Draft (Happy Hour Menu)
  • Food: $3 Soft Pretzel / Fries with Cheese / All Salads, $5 Chicken Strips (Full Menu)

 

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The EastBurn (1800 E Burnside St.) | Happy Hour 3-5PM

  • Drinks: Old Fashion Fridays, $2 off house old fashioneds, Happy hour Drinks Available (Menu)
  • Food: $1 Off Salad & Entrees (Menu)
  • Late Night: Late Night Food & Drink Menu starts at 10pm (Menu)

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North Bar (5008 SE Division St.) | Happy Hour 3-6PM

  • Drinks: $8 Margarita, Patron Select Barrel Aged Reposado $6
  • Food: Vegan Chilli, Greek Salad, Flatbreads & More (Happy Hour Menu)

 

 

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5&Dime (6535 SE Foster Rd, Portland) | Happy Hour 3-7 p.m.

  • Drinks: $1 Off All Drafts (including cocktails & Wine); $1 off Wells; $6 Cocktail Special (Menu)
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Discover Portland’s Hidden Mysteries w/ Urban Adventure Quest’s Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure! | Discount / Promo Code

January 24
Cost: $39.20
Save w/ code PDXPIPELINE

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Portland
Portland, OR United States

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Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure
Hours of Operation – Play anytime, Sunrise to Sunset
$39.20 for a team of 2-5 people w/ code PDXPIPELINE at urbanadventurequest.com

Looking for a way to turn Portland into a giant game board? Give the gift of adventure with a city-wide scavenger hunt!

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Save Big w/ Artists Repertory Theatre’s Holiday Half Special! | Major Discount on Last 3 Shows of the Season

January 24
Cost: Previews - 3 shows for $75/Package; Regular Run - 3 shows for $100/Package

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Portland, OR United States

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Holiday Half Special
Available through February 16, 2020
Previews – 3 shows for $75/Package
Regular Run – 3 shows for $100/Package
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Cost: $20
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Circa 33
3348 Southeast Belmont Street
Portland, OR 97214 United States
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Prohibition Party
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The Urgency of Toni Morrison @ Hollywood Library | The First African American Woman to Win the Nobel Prize in Literature

January 24 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Hollywood Library
4040 NE Tillamook Street
Portland, OR 97212 United States
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Phone:
(503) 988-5123

Explore the life and legacy of Toni Morrison, whose best-selling work examined racial and gender identity in America — particularly the often-crushing experience of Black women — through incandescent prose resembling that of no other writer in English. She was the first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature and the author of 11 novels as well as five children’s books (written with her son Slade) and several essay collections. In these turbulent times, her work is essential reading.