On Deck Sports Bar has all major-sports TV packages. We have 25+ HDTVs for your viewing pleasure along with great food, drinks and staff. It’s no surprise we’re the destination for those who like to get close to the action! On Deck Sports Bar & Grill has the largest outdoor patio in Portland’s Pearl District, […]
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Sports fans, you’ve definitely come to the right place! We have 25 flat screen TV’s and we subscribe to most sports viewing packages. Our staff is happy to help you find your favorite game.
The Rambler is Mississippi Ave’s best spot to watch the Blazers this season. With two TVs inside and one on our covered, heated back patio you’re sure to find a seat. We’re also the only bar on the block with NFL Sunday Ticket. Come down, grab a bite and a drink and root for your […]
October 27 Through Downtown Portalnd – Take a twilight journey down Portland’s oldest streets to see the city’s most imaginative, historic neon gems. Steeped in architectural significance and a playful, pioneering spirit, these glowing beauties create a magical nightscape, connecting us to Portland’s sordid past, the richness of urban life, and a humble yet other-worldly, […]
Otober 21 @ Spare Room – Murderinos and Quizerinos unite! We at Triviology are doing a theme quiz especially for “good people who like to talk about bad things” – My Favorite Murder fans!
October 21 @ Deepwood Museum – Our annual Wine & Jazz Festival has moved to the fall as a celebration of the year’s harvest. Enjoy wine tasting from an array of both new and returning wineries while listening to live music performed by the MsQuartet amidst the beauty of the Deepwood Gardens.
The Blazers are back on the court October 18 vs the Lakers in Portland! Game starts at 7:30 p.m., Below are places to watch in Portland including food & drink specials.
October 27 @ Melody Ballroo – PORTLAND! It’s Halloween 2018 and we’re once again transforming a massive 22,000 square foot venue and the surrounding block into a complete interactive Halloween experience. It’s going to be spectacularly spooky, so come play with us!
October 21 @ Aladdin Theater – Henry Rollins – Travel Slideshow Tour Early Show @ Aladdin Theater
Hello, Portland! We’re in for another sunny fall weekend! Have you tried Portland’s Newest Haunted Attraction – The Beneath? Celebrate the Grand Opening of Sock Dreams w/ Cat Rapper Moshow, See if you can survive all 3 haunted houses at Clark County Scaregrounds! And Halloween is coming up fast, but there’s still time to get […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including EmiSunshine, Video Dance Attack, The Alarm & more!
Stop by Bar Vivant for Happy Hour from 4-6 p.m. for free tapas & amazing drink specials and tasty treats from their tapas menu! Come on Thursdays when it’s Happy Hours All Night featuring $5 Tinto & Txakoli + 10% off all wine bottles.
Watch Blazers Games at The most OKest bar on Foster! During Blazer games Starday Taveen will offer the “Trail Blazer” for $6. It’s a blended whiskey cocktail with root beer schnapps and cherries.
October 27 @ Nemo Desin – NEMOWEEN: A night to remember until the day you die.
October 19 @ Sock Dreams Shop – October 19th, from 6-8pm, Sock Dreams is celebrating their shop’s move to Mississippi Avenue in North Portland with performances by Moshow the Cat Rapper. Watch him perform live, pick up a pair of his socks, and have your picture taken with the man himself.
November 1 @ Aladdin Theater – For most, a brush with death would be cause for retreat, reflection, and reluctance, but Seattle band La Luz found something different in it: resilience.
October 27 @ EastBurn – It’s time for our annual Halloween festivities! Show up with your best costume and win cash prizes. We’ll have live music; Hans & The Wanted playing upstairs & DJ Jockys downbar.
November 3 @ Revolution Hall – We, the band Los Campesinos!, are between biographies at the moment, but essentially we invented and rejected indiepop in 2006, have released 5 albums, sold a lot of beer and are your ex-girlfriend’s favourite band.
November 1 @ Revolution Hall – Billy Strings plays hard and he lives hard, picking so fast and intensely that he’s known to break multiple strings per song, and basing the songs he writes on the hard lives he grew up around in the abandoned rural communities of America.
October 20 @ Eastburn – Join us for the best Latin Party in town, a bit of all the rhythms that you want to dance to; merengue, salsa, bachata, cumbia, reggaeton, timba and more!
October 31 @ Tony Starlight Showroom – Our Halloween show this year will feature such “dearly departeds” as Liberace, Elvis, Sinatra, Judy Garland, Marlene Dietrich, Dean Martin, Eartha Kitt, Bobby Darin, Johnny Cash, and many more.
October 13-November 3 @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum – The BENEATH is a brand new amazing haunted attraction in Portland! 3 terrifying haunted attractions located in the 40,000 square foot Veterans Memorial Coliseum Exhibit Hall.
This weekend, Rose City Rollers have a pre-season home team (Guns N Rollers) game against a visiting team on Friday, an all-day round-robin tournament with the recreational Wreckers team and 6 visiting teams on Saturday, and a Junior Derby double-header on Sunday!
October 22-28 @ Custom Blocks – The annual Portland Film Festival,presented by Comcast NBC Universal, brings more than 200 independent and mass audience films to the city October 22-28, 2018. Featuring films, workshops, educational panels, networking events and parties, the Portland Film Festival is one of Oregon’s largest film festivals and was named “one of […]
October 24-26 @ McCulloch Foundation – Come be spooked and thrilled at our creepy Queen Anne Victorian mansion on NE 15th Ave in Irvington.
October 27 @ Crystal Ballroom – Considered one of the events that “Keeps Portland Weird”, Portland Erotic Ball features 3-levels of non-stop entertainment including live bands (Portland’s popular Soul Vaccination are headliners), as well as a full fetish demonstration stage in Lola’s Room, as well as burlesque performances, aerialists, stilt walkers and contortionists.
October 26 @ Salmon Street Springs Dock – Join us for our 8th annual Halloween costume dance party aboard the Portland Spirit! Featuring amazing costumes, DJ, cash bar, available food service, and 2 hours of cruising down the Willamette on the best party boat Portland has to offer. The boat boards at 10:30 pm by […]
October 27 in Downtown Portland – 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.
October 31 @ Aladdin Theater – Before assembling material for The Alarm’s first album of new music in eight years, Mike Peters paused to take stock. To move forward, he first had to look back and acknowledge the back-story of a group whose songs of defiance have traditionally been fuelled by an almost umbilical bond […]
October 18 @ Clinton Street Theater – A unique piece of regional filmmaking, LAKE STREET DETECTIVE is a collaboration between Seattle filmmaker Erik Hammen and a cast of some of Minneapolis’ most interesting artists and performers.
October 28 @ Aladdin Theater – Acoustic guitarist Leo Kottke was born in Athens, Georgia, but left town after a year and a half. Raised in 12 different states, he absorbed a variety of musical influences as a child, flirting with both violin and trombone, before abandoning Stravinsky for the guitar at age 11.
October 26-27 @ Beaverton Masonic Temple – Experience Theatre Project, Beaverton’s immersive theatre company, proudly presents a horrifying immersive event that can only be described as a new kind of haunted house.
November 12 @ Aladdin Theater – Rufus Wainwright, one of the great male vocalists, composers, and songwriters of his generation, has released eight studio albums, three DVDs, and three live albums. He has collaborated with artists ranging from Elton John, David Byrne, RobbieWilliams Mark Ronson, Joni Mitchell to Burt Bacharach. His album DzRufus Does Judydz […]