• A group samples beer at The Commons, one of Portland's dozens of breweries.
    Welcome to Beervana Beer lovers, look no further — in Portland, you’ll find nearly 60 breweries, scads of beer fests and tap lists galore. Take a sip »
  • Base Camp Brewing, where Collabofest kicked off on Jan. 24.
    #PDXNOW presents Base Camp's Collabofest Ten of the city’s breweries team up for Portland’s first collaborative beer festival. Get the details »
  • #PDXNOW Beer, food, music and shopping are happening right now in Portland and people are tweeting, posting and 'gramming about it all. See the latest »
  • Diners at Paley's Place in Northwest Portland
    Grab your fork From food carts to farmers' markets, Portland's food scene is fresh, local and internationally acclaimed. Dig in »
  • No time for sales tax In Portland, you’ll find everything you expect from big-city shopping — except the sales tax. Start shopping »

Portland is Happening Now

When’s the best time to visit Portland? Right now. Tomorrow. Ten days from now. Because every second of every day, something is happening here that isn’t happening anywhere else.

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Upcoming & Ongoing Events

  • ALL CAPS: A Comedy Show with Character(s) curated by Scott Rogers. Photo Jason Traeger.

    Jan. 22–Feb. 1, 2015
    New works of theater, dance and comedy fill Portland's stages every January.

  • Sample truffles like these from Portland's Alma Chocolate at ChocolateFest.

    Jan. 23–25, 2015
    Every January, Portland celebrates sweets at ChocolateFest.

  • Enjoy limited-edition brews and unique pairings this season.

    Jan. 24–Feb. 28, 2015
    Fight off winter's chill at one (or all) of these Portland beer events.

  • Bobby Watson & Horizon were joined by Portlander Devin Phillips (center) at the 2014 festival.

    Feb. 18–March 1, 2015
    The annual festival celebrates the rich local jazz scene and attracts international stars.


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