Know Before You Go
The 2020 Peacock in the Park event has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. For the most up-to-date information, please visit the Peacock in the Park website.
Sequins, boas and a rainbow of talent mark the triumphant return of LGBTQ+ variety show Peacock in the Park each June.
Founded in 1987, this free, all-ages, family-friendly event ran for 18 years until it was replaced in 2005 by the Peacock After Dark show. In 2014, in response to popular demand, the Peacock went back to the park — Washington Park, that is. Anyone is welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy on-site, including beer and wine (just no hard liquor). Peacock in the Park is free, but attendees are encouraged to donate to the Audria M. Edwards Scholarship Fund, which benefits LGBTQ students.
2018 marked the 31st anniversary of Peacock in the Park, bringing another full afternoon of entertainment staged among the roses at the Washington Park Amphitheater. Entertainment included live music, food, dancers and drag performers.
Portland's offerings range from traditional female impersonation to queer burlesque.
Portland has no shortage of LGBTQ-owned and -friendly bars and clubs. Whether you're looking for a relaxing night with friends, a high-energy dance party or a drag show, Portland delivers.
From film festivals to parties and pride parades, Portland's LGBTQ community celebrates all year 'round.
Disjecta Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present Unquiet Objects, the second exhibition in Turnstones, Lucy Cotter’s program as Curator in Residence 2020-21. Presenting works by ten international artists, Unquiet Objects questions the naturalized but uneasy separation of cultural objects from human life and social reality. The exhibition highlights the value of (art) objects as…
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