Know Before You Go
Oregon’s governor has prohibited large gatherings through the end of September, so no events are being held at this time. Previously scheduled events and festivals are canceled or postponed.
With summer just around the corner, Memorial Day weekend (May 22–25, 2020) always promises a slew of vacation-level-fun events and activities in the Rose City. Start the holiday with a bang at the Portland Rose Festival’s opening night fireworks show at downtown Portland’s Waterfront Park, followed by the first weekend of CityFair. Scroll down for even more ways to celebrate Memorial Day Weekend.
EVENT POSTPONED. Please visit the event website for current information. Considered the “hub” of the annual Portland Rose Festival, CityFair fills Waterfront Park with carnival rides, concerts, food and fireworks for multiple weekends during the festival.
For more than 30 years, the Festival of Flowers at Pioneer Courthouse Square (in the heart of downtown Portland) has been one of city’s most renowned festivals. Every year, the Square works with a local artist or design firm to create a masterpiece of vibrant color utilizing more than 24,000 flowers and plant material, filling…
Portland Rose Festival features multiple parades, waterfront carnival rides, concerts, dragon boat races, fireworks and plenty of roses.