Lazy summer evenings, picnic blankets, cool beers and hot music. Since 2008, this idyllic combo has been the norm at McMenamins Edgefield. The bucolic venue located 15 miles east of Portland in Troutdale has welcomed acts ranging from Al Green to ZZ Top, turning its Concerts on the Lawn series into an annual rite of summer.
In addition to acclaimed musical acts, Edgefield also hosts thousands of overnight guests each year — the grounds also include a hotel, spa, brewery, distillery, winery, movie theater and golf course. A popular destination year-round, Edgefield throws events that range from wine tastings to weddings, and its Black Rabbit Restaurant has been ranked as one of the best farm-to-table eateries in the Pacific Northwest by Condé Nast Traveler. In other words, come for the concert, but plan on staying for breakfast.
Musicians and fans alike flock to concerts at the Oregon Zoo each summer to enjoy live music, sunshine and friends.
Every August since 1999, Pickathon draws diverse musical performers to celebrate music and the outdoors at the lush Pendarvis Farm just outside of Portland.
Every Fourth of July weekend, the Waterfront Blues Festival takes over downtown Portland’s Waterfront Park.
Join the Oregon Symphony for an evening of good cheer with seasonal classics, a very merry sing-along and a jubilant celebration sure to put you and yours in the finest of Yuletide spirits.
Celebrate the joy of the season at the Gospel Christmas. Presented by the Oregon Symphony. This tradition just gets bigger and better, year after year. Clap your hands and stomp your feet along with the region’s premier gospel singers and the Oregon Symphony at this beloved annual concert.
Oregon Repertory Singers is delighted to celebrate Jonas Nordwall’s 50th year as organist at Portland’s First United Methodist Church by featuring him in Ralph Vaughan Williams’ majestic Fantasia on Christmas Carols. Our 48th Glory of Christmas celebration also features new carol arrangements by Naomi LaViolette and Stacey Philipps. This glorious performance is sure to soothe…
The Portland Symphonic Choir tradition will be in-person this year. This 2021 annual concert is sure to put you in a holiday mood as you share in music that brings everyone together in the spirit of celebration and community. Join in for the warmth and music of the season. This year’s Wintersong concert is free…
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Feature film with Oregon Symphony Celebrate the season as Jimmy Stewart’s encounter with a guardian angel brings hope and redemption just in time for Christmas, in Frank Capra’s holiday classic for the entire family.
Featuring Paul F. Tompkins Live Wire Radio is coming to Revolution Hall for an extra special Season Finale featuring Paul F. Tompkins. More guests are to be announced. If you’re looking for comedy and podcast royalty, look no further than PAUL F. TOMPKINS. A comedian, actor, and writer, he’s appeared on over two hundred episodes…
The awe-inspiring talents of Troupe Vertigo join forces with the Oregon Symphony, bringing their unique hybrid of cirque, dance, and acrobatic art to Tchaikovsky’s beloved holiday masterpiece, The Nutcracker. This concert is sure to be a delightful treat for the entire family.
The Portland Youth Philharmonic continues its long-held Concert-At-Christmas tradition. The Concert-At-Christmas will feature performances by an Alumni Orchestra, String Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, Conservatory Orchestra and Percussion Ensemble. Repertoire will include Carlos Chavez’s Sinfonia India and Farhad Poupel’s Childhood Memories.
After taking 2021 off, the Portland Folk Festival is coming back strong in 2022 with not two, but THREE days of an all-ages celebration of Folk and American music at the historic Crystal Ballroom. This carefully curated lineup will highlight some of the best folk and Americana acts that the West Coast has to offer….
Music is medicine. RX Fest is a multi-venue, multi-day festival is a large-scale benefit for organizations vital to our community, all centrally located in downtown Portland at Star Theater, Dante’s, Kelly’s Olympian and Valentine’s.
The annual Harefest music festival in Canby presents the Northwest’s best tribute bands performing on three stages over two days. The Harefest experience has been described by many attendees and performers as “adult summer camp” not only for the fun-loving, good-natured attendees but also because of its rustic location and tent camping around the festival…
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