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Saké Fest PDX @ Oregon Convention Center | Sample from 150 US & Japanese-made Sake

Saké Fest PDX
June 21, 2017
5:30 – 9 PM | $55-$75 | 21+
Tickets: sakefestpdx.com

Oregon Convention Center
777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97232

The Oregon Convention Center welcomes nearly 40 Portland chefs and International saké producers on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 for Saké Fest PDX. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from over 150 samples of US and Japanese-made saké, beer and spirits, paired with gourmet food from many top Portland chefs and eateries. (more…)

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Win Tickets ($110): Saké Fest PDX @ Oregon Convention Center

Win Tickets ($110): Saké Fest PDX @ Oregon Convention Center | Sample from 150 US & Japanese-made Sake

June 21 @ Oregon Convention Center – The Oregon Convention Center welcomes nearly 40 Portland chefs and International saké producers on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 for Saké Fest PDX. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from over 150 samples of US and Japanese-made saké, beer and spirits, paired with gourmet food from many top […]

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rose city round

Rose City Round @ Kelly’s Olympian | FREE, Extended Happy Hour, Songwriter Residency

May 13 @ Kelly’s Olympian – Rose City Round is a revolving songwriter residency held at Kelly’s Olympian. Every Wednesday from 6-8pm, starting in May, two guests will join host Chris Walberg (Dead Teeth) taking turns performing and discussing their original compositions. This unique glimpse into the songwriting process will not only entertain but inspire.

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BoDeans @ Aladdin Theater

Win Tickets ($56): BoDeans w/ Clarence Bucaro @ Aladdin Theater | Alternative Rock

“I’ve always thought of the BoDeans as a truly American band,” says Kurt Neumann, the founder, primary writer and frontman of the veteran Milwaukee-based group. “We were blue-collar kids straight out of the heartland-how could we be anything else? ‘Roots rock’ was a label I fought when I was younger, but I came to realize […]

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