A free popular Portland event for 29 years, this year’s film festival features five weeks of more …
Portland’s Tender Table event series features performances and snacks by women and gender-nonbinar…
Join Reed College in celebrating its third annual Black Arts Festival! Family-friendly, free and ope…
The Northwest Film Center is hosting its 43rd Portland International Film Festival March 6-15, 2020….
Black History Festival NW is an all-ages celebration of culture and heritage showcasing Black artist…
The NW Black Comedy Festival returns in 2020 with four days of laughter at Harvey’s Comedy Club in N…
The Portland Jazz Festival returns every February with a stellar series of concerts and events celeb…
Celebrating trans and non-binary lives through story and song. All are welcome. ASL interpretation w…
Portland is home to more breweries than any other city on earth. (No wonder we call it “Beervana!”)
Powered by a collective of Southeast Portland spirit makers, Portland's craft distilling era is coming of age.
From food carts to farmers markets and award-winning restaurants, Portland is a culinary haven for foodies of all stripes.
Portland is a hub for artists, entrepreneurs and creators alike, with community studios, warehouses and makerspaces that let you DIY your way around town.
Portland’s musical offerings are diverse as the city itself, with options including indie rock, jazz, classical, pop and more.
Dance clubs, karaoke and comedy all come out at night in Portland — as do late happy hours, swanky bowling and other unexpected delights.
From seeing a soccer match with the Timbers Army to rooting for Rip City and the Trail Blazers, Portland loves its sports.
With wine country in its backyard, Portland overflows with wine bars and urban wineries, offering special varietals from around the world.
In the summertime, Portland pulls out all the stops, with festivals celebrating craft beer, music, contemporary art and the city’s culinary scene.
Springtime in Portland bring plenty of showers and new growth, along with only-in-Portland activities and celebrations of beer, food, fiestas and flowers.
As the trees change color and the weather cools, Portland’s calendar fills with cultural, wine and autumnal events.
From theater to roller derby, Portland kicks off the year with an eclectic assortment of events.
Shop, eat and cheer your way through the last of winter with these March events in Portland.
Portland's "festival season" warms up every June with the Portland Rose Festival, Portland Pride Parade and Festival, plentiful outdoor concerts and celebrations of craft beer.
July in Portland is a busy time, with a variety of live music, beer fests and film events to take in.
Biking across bridges and cheering on soapbox racers are two of many great August events in Portland.
As summer winds down, Portland ups the ante with performance art, live music and dining events throughout September.
October events in Portland include a giant pumpkin race, "can't miss" film festival, corn mazes, haunted houses and other autumn and Halloween-themed events.
Get cozy with downtown's holiday tree lighting, Willamette Valley wine or a good Northwest-made movie.
With a never-ending roster of events in Portland, you’re sure to find plenty worth celebrating every month of the year. Here are 54 of our favorites.
We’ve collected PDX’s best foodie events to help you make the most of what our sweet and savory city has to offer all year round.
Portland isn't shy about its love of beer — the city has nearly as many beer festivals as it does breweries.