On our TBA radar this year: a waterlogged drag clown, an over-the-phone musical performance, and more.
The Oregon State Fair, Pendleton Round-Up, yoga among the dahlias, and other fun around the state.
Portland Monthly Staff
John Waters, Hasan Minhaj, and Perfume Genius are coming to town—plus, local favorites like the Portland Book Festival and Time-Based Art Festival return.
Parisalexa, Blitzen Trapper, and others will hit the South Waterfront August 14 and 15.
Level, Away Days, Modern Times, and other breweries join the Gherkins and Rosebuds for a doubleheader.
Rather than flying in chefs from across the country, the smaller scale Feast Portland is all about showcasing local talent.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Arts editor Conner Reed talks this year's festival and the Pride package in the Summer 2021 issue of Portland Monthly.
Conner Reed and Nick Campigli
A gay hairdresser on a hero’s journey, cottagecore Australian lesbians, a forgotten Filipina-American punk band, and more.
Pedalpalooza, Sunday Parkways, and Bridge Pedal are still figuring out how to return in 2021
Portland Monthly news editor Julia Silverman talks with Portland Rose Festival Foundation CEO Jeff Curtis about challenges large outdoor events are fa...
The virtual festival runs February 18–27 and will feature livestreams from Portland to Brooklyn to Cuba.
Gabriel Granillo and Conner Reed
All of this year’s pieces will be available on-demand through February 15.
Through film, music, dance, and theater, the festival presents virtual holiday food for thought.
The Portland writer talks ambition, trauma, and her new book.
The typically one-day, in-person festival will sprawl across two digital weeks this year. Here's what you can't miss.
Fiona McCann and Conner Reed
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.