March 10 @ Revolution Hall – Creator and innovator, musician and producer, artist, and philanthropist, Herb Alpert is a man with a profound passion.
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February 22 @ Revolution Hall – Pedro the Lion has always been David Bazan, but it took a long time to get back there. In August 2016, during what he now recognizes as his lowest point, Bazan was touring the country alone in an aging minivan and found himself in his hometown of Phoenix, AZ.
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Oregon Zoo Pub Talk, Galactic, Tom Segura & more!
February 25 @ Aladdin Theater – On September 7, Katie Crutchfield’s ever-shifting musical project Waxahatchee returns with the Great Thunder EP. Featuring a collection of songs written with now-dormant experimental recording group Great Thunder while Crutchfield was also writing the Waxahatchee albums Cerulean Salt and Ivy Tripp, the original recordings have mostly faded into obscurity.
March 13 @ Crystal Ballroom – Noname (born Fatimah Warner) is an American artist from Chicago, Illinois, who blurs the lines of poetry and rap through the music she creates.
February 20-21 @ Holocene – join Third Angle New Music for Orpheus Unsung. Grammy award winning composer Steven Mackey does not wield a lyre, but instead crafts the tale of Orpheus’ journey to Hades (and back again) with rock guitar contortions, while Jason Treuting (So Percussion) wordlessly sets scenes and soliloquies with a wide ranges […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Oregon Zoo Pub Talk, Galactic, Steve Gunn & more!
February 28 @ Sentinel Hotel – A 6th generation Oregonian himself and the leader of the iconic 108 year-old Oregon farming co-op, Patrick Criteser sits down with the Portland Business Journal for the February Power Breakfast.
The Weekend is back, Portland! Super Bowl weekend is here and we’ve got lots of great place to catch the big game. This weekend is your last chance to see Richard III adaptation Teenage Dick & Fertile Ground Festival continues presenting new works through Sunday. Be wowed by the puppetry in Boom Arts Presents Pescador. […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Oregon Zoo Pub Talk, Russell Peters, Kiss & Tell & more!
February 6 @ Moda Center – An international sensation since 2011’s rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal” reached video viral fame on YouTube, Croatian cellists Luka Sulicand Stjepan Hauser, together known as 2CELLOS, have since created a name for themselves with their electric and dynamic playing style.
February 8 @ Keller Auditorium – After taking time off since filming Almost Famous for Netflix, Russell has produced and starred in his own comedy-drama limited series for Netflix, The Indian Detective. The Indian Detective also stars Anupam Kher (The Big Sick, Silver Linings Playbook), William Shatner (Star Trek), Christina Cole (Suits, Casino Royale), Mishqah […]
January 26-27 @ Skyview Concert Hall – The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra presents a thrilling evening of classic Broadway music, featuring one of the region’s favorite musical theater performers—Susannah Mars—along with the Portland Gay Men’s Chorus on January 26th and 27th at Skyview Concert Hall. Adding to the festivities will be the VSAA Choir students, all […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! This weekend’s all about the cats: See hundreds of cats at the International Cat Show. Civic Taproom hosts Barrel Aged Festival, or you can try all the things at First Taste Oregon. 80s Weekend takes Crystal Ballroom back a few decades and Fertile Ground Festival of new works kicks off […]
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Portland Cello Project, ANDAZ, Leftover Salmon & more!
Contemporary Chilean puppetry ensemble Silencio Blanco returns to Portland with four performances of Pescador (Fisherman), February 2-9, 2019 at Imago Theatre.
February 2 @ Aladdin Theater – Ally Maine may have not gotten to do that European tour, but nothing can stop Who? Weekly from embarking on a trip across the U.S.A.
January 27-March 3 @ Alder Stage – 15 years after Norwegian house wife Nora Helmer walked out on Ibsen’s Torvald, she walks back in the front door in the sequel to the 1879 social drama. In the ensuing years of her departure, Nora has become an incendiary writer — which isn’t a profession that married […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! Who’s a good boy!? Find out at this weekend’s Rose City Classic Dog Show. Celebrate the Blazers at Rip City Ale Fest. Samples 10 local cider houses at Wassail Cider Fest. And Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Portland Cello Project, Cannabis Collaborative Conference, Truth I’d Dare & more!
January 27 @ PSU Viking Pavillion – As the village taiko drum calls families home, Mochitsuki brings together the Japanese cultural organizations to celebrate, strengthen, and enrich the community.
February 12 @ Aladdin Theater – For over a decade, guitarist/vocalist Steve Gunn has been one the American music’s most pivotal figures – conjuring immersive and psychedelic sonic landscapes both live and on record, releasing revered solo albums ranking high on in-the-know end of year lists, alongside exploratory collaborations with artists as diverse as Mike […]
January 31 @ Sentinel Hotel – Kimberly is responsible for the city’s overall economic development. As Portland evolves from a small city to a major one, Kimberly is tasked with the responsibility of building an equitable economy that can sustain the growth while equally benefiting all residents. She came to Prosper Portland after spending four […]
January 18 @ Clinton Street Theater – Movies on the darker side of life and death brought to you by Projekt Records. Projekt is a Portland, Oregon-based independent record label that specializes in darkwave, ambient, and shoegaze, started by Sam Rosenthal in 1983. Projekt is also known for releases in the gothic rock, ethereal, dream-pop, […]
The Weekend is back, Portland! Plan your next adventure at Portland Boat Show. See the magic behind the animation at Animaniacs in Concert. On Sunday, it’s OK to lose your pants on the subway. And see if you can solve Escapism’s Haunted Escape Room!
Teleios Traveling Theatre will present the dramatization of three stories by the classic American short-story writer O. Henry January 18th through 26th
January 12 @ Clinton Street Theater – We are living in a plastic age and the solutions may seem glaringly obvious, so why aren’t all 7.6 billion of us already doing things differently? Shocking statistics don’t guarantee effective change. So what’s the alternative? American photographer and filmmaker Chris Jordan believes the focus should be on […]
The 20th annual Portland Old Time Music Gathering is set for Jan. 16-20 and it will once again serve as a hub for the West Coast old time music scene as well as an entrypoint for locals interested in learning more about this uniquely American genre of music and dance.
Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including Pigs on a Wing, Corb Lund, Truth I’d Dare & more!
January 25 @ Aladdin Theater – Now and always, Orgōne delivers dirty, organic, California soul with heart; music that grabs you by the collar, pulls you to your feet and shoves you wantingly onto the dance floor. It all started with two kids from the San Fernando Valley, whose shared affinity for gritty soul records […]
January 25-26 @ Oregon State Fair – First Taste features some of the industry’s best winemakers, craft brewers, spirit distillers, artists and culinary masters. If wine is not your thing, enjoy a hard cider or a craft brew from one of the state’s best craft brewers or discover your new favorite distilled beverage. With over […]
January 25 @ Revolution Hall – Since the group’s inception in late 2007, the Portland Cello Project (or, PCP, as their fans affectionately call them), has wowed audiences all over the country with extravagant performances, everywhere from Prairie Home Companion, to parties on loading docks in NYC, to symphony halls from coast to coast, to […]
January 16 @ Aladdin Theater – Over four decades the contributions of John Sebastian have become a permanent part of our American musical fabric. His group The Lovin’ Spoonful played a major role in the mid-’60s rock revolution, but what leader, singer and songwriter Sebastian had in mind was actually a counter-revolution.