Many Portland neighborhoods celebrate summer with a street fair. Get to know these unique neighborhoods by exploring these retail districts, and enjoy live music, food and local color.
May Street Fairs in Portland
The annual art- and craft-focused St. Johns Bizarre features a community parade. There is also local music, street performers, a market of craftspeople and vendors, food and a beer garden, kids’ art activities, and more in the heart of the St. Johns neighborhood in North Portland.
June Street Fairs in Portland
Alberta Street Fair
Celebrating diversity and inclusion, the Alberta Street Fair focuses on building community and connection with local artists, makers, musicians and food producers.
Foster Summer Soiree
Celebrate the summer season along Southeast Foster Road at the Foster Summer Soiree. Browse the sidewalk sales, vendors and pop-up shops that highlight Foster as the perfect place to eat, drink, shop and relax.
Kenton Street Fair
For over a decade, the Kenton Street Fair has been a lively place to watch live music on over 80 stages while shopping at local artisans and food vendors. Explore this great neighborhood while celebrating local makers and businesses.
July Street Fairs in Portland
Mississippi Street Fair
Montavilla Street Fair
Montavilla Street Fair brings 120+ local arts, crafts, food and retail vendors along with community organizations, live music and family activities with a dedicated kids stage, “Kid Villa”.
August Street Fairs in Portland
Hawthorne Street Fair
One of Portland’s favorite streets — and its longest-running street fair — the Hawthorne Street Fair pulls out all the stops with multiple music stages, two beer gardens and blocks of sidewalk sales at many of the more than one hundred local shops that line this original “shop local” stretch.
September Street Fairs in Portland
Art in the Pearl
Technically, Art in the Pearl is a fine arts and crafts festival, but with live music, hands-on activities and food vendors, this Labor Day weekend party in the North Park Blocks of the Pearl District certainly belongs on the list of summer street fairs. Of course, it’s easy to enjoy the Pearl District’s art offerings with the monthly First Thursday art walk.
Belmont Street Fair
The street fair season winds down in style with the Belmont Street Fair, a party in another popular Southeast Portland retail and dining district.
Portlanders' pent-up desire for sun may explain our skill at making the most of summer's long days and warm nights with outdoor concerts.
The city’s sunniest season makes it easy to fill your calendar with summer fun.
Portland Parks & Recreation offers over 400 free events including free movie screenings, concerts and rock climbing.
Monthly Art Walks in Portland
Explore Portland's art gallery scene with three regular art walks, held in different creative neighborhoods around town.
Portland Saturday Market
Open every Saturday from March–December, Portland Saturday Market is the largest arts-and-crafts fair in the U.S.
My People’s Market Spotlights Local Entrepreneurs of Color
My People’s Market showcases local entrepreneurs and makers of color, connecting them with industry professionals and consumers.
Portland’s biannual art and craft fair boasts unique handmade wares from 225+ local vendors.
Piano Push Play Brings Music to the People
Piano Push Play invites local artists to transform old, donated pianos into whimsical works of art which are distributed across the city.
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