Tag Archives | portland the goodfoot

portland-events

MANY Portland St. Patrick’s Day Weekend Events & Free Tickets ($750+): St. Paddy’s Day Bar Crawls & Festivals, Theater & More! | March 13-16, 2014

The holiday weekend is here and so are signs of spring! We’re halfway through Portland Dining Month, be sure to enter to win dinner for a year. Get some great deals at Icebreaker’s Portland Friends & Family Sale. St. Patrick’s Day is Monday, so that means a lot of events are happening this weekend such […]

Continue Reading
Native Melodies @ Goodfoot

Win Tickets ($16): Naive Melodies w/Lesser Bangs @ Goodfoot Lounge | From Early Art Rrck to Radio Hits, Harmonies, Synthesizers & Heavy Grooves

Naive Melodies was formed in Arcata, CA early in 2011, performing and honoring music created by Talking Heads. Sets are designed to interweave older and newer Talking Heads songs. Fans can expect to hear a wide range of material, from early art-rock, to radio hits, and everything in-between. With blends of three-part harmonies, synthesizers, and […]

Continue Reading
portland-events

MANY Portland Weekend Events & Free Tickets ($1,100+): Ladies Day Out, Holiday / Christmas Shows & Markets, Nutcracker & More! | December 12-15, 2013

The weekend is here again! If you haven’t found that one special gift yet, there’s plenty of holiday markets this weekend where you’re sure to find something perfect such as Gifted 2013, LOOPTWORKS Holiday Sale Pop Up Shop, Hip Happening Holiday Bazaar & more! Get in the spirit at several holiday shows including Christmas Revels […]

Continue Reading
Blue Cranes, Dylan Ryan Sand, The Kandinski Effect @ The Goodfoot

Win Tickets ($20): Blue Cranes, Dylan Ryan Sand, The Kandinski Effect @ The Goodfoot | Rock, Jazz, Alternative

Since their formation in 2007, Blue Cranes have become a key player in the Portland, Oregon creative music/DIY scene and one of the most exciting groups to keep tabs on in the Northwest. They’ve developed a singular musical voice grounded in melody and explosive improvisations–marking off their unique microcosmic territory in post-jazz circles.

Continue Reading