Flashy concept albums, dreamy choreo, and a soothing home concert round out TBA 2020.
Highlights include an Indigenous dance album, a queer sermon, and a puzzling bit of self-led choreo.
A handful of titles that did not screen at PIFF in March will be available online and at the Zidell Yards drive-in from October 1–3.
A sautéed iPhone, a timid Macbeth, and more.
A plague, shrinking budgets, and wildfire smoke aside, TBA 2020 is now streaming on a laptop near you.
The all-digital, 17 day festival will feature heavy hitters like Margaret Atwood and local favorites like Colin Meloy.
Plays, karaoke, drag, and more—all from the comfort of your home.
Organizers of some of the sunny season's biggest bashes weigh whether they can continue as planned.
The bassist set aside the hits and played dazzling solos for a rapt crowd at Portland Art Museum last Saturday.
The upcoming festival honors Vortex I with music, history, and volunteerism
Thundercat, Douyé, and more featured in this year's lineup
Gabriel Granillo and Conner Reed
Guitar-strumming drag queens, explosive volcano art, and festivals galore.
Book Festival 2019
The event heralded in its 15th year on Saturday, and proved why it’s one of the city’s most essential.
The kids are all right—and they lined up in droves on Saturday to see Raina Telgemeier, Rainbow Rowell, and more.
Tango lessons, pierogis, pottery exhibits, and more.
Stray on-the-clock observations from Portland's most unpredictable two-week art party.
Two tried-and true fall beer festivals, plus an all-new one—the first of its kind.
Local cartoonists, Harry Potter, and Weird Al star at the year's geekiest event.
River cleanup, fishing lessons, a water ceremony, storytelling, and music: Welcome to the inaugural Illamette Festival.
Kick off summer with a cannabis-centric gathering in bucolic Veneta.