From summer swims to winter film fests, here's how to fill your calendar.
Portland Monthly Staff
2018 marks the legendary music fest’s 20th birthday, and it’s as alive and kickin’ as ever.
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A blazing night out at Rossi Farms will bring city and country together.
The multimedia show features hip-hop, poetry, and an award-winning deaf dancer.
With ceremonies, a slew of vendors, and classes on proper tea preparation, 2018 will be a full-on bonanza.
The three-day fest, which also features headliners like Bon Iver and Modest Mouse, takes place in Washington May 25–27.
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From an all-gamay partay to the venerated IPNC, here's your ticket to patios, party tents, and pinot.
… including a clay pot dinner at Aviary, Jolie Laide’s Langbaan takeover, and a month of chocolatey desserts.
The group joins a stellar lineup for this year’s Bedstock festival to raise funds for kids with cancer.
After the inaugural 'Oregon Cheese Month,' the stoke is high for the state’s biggest dairy blowout.
Eleanor Van Buren
Stackstock is a brand-new music festival bringing Colin Meloy, Pure Bathing Culture, and more to Cannon Beach this weekend.
After major damage to Austin’s iconic Franklin Barbecue last week, a Portland favorite will stay home to rebuild.
Sketchfest’s cofounder Ted Douglass promises plenty of laughs—and powerful air conditioning.
On August 5, Portland Monthly throws a beer bash for the astronomical event of the century (barring an asteroid or doomsday solar flare).
An Alaska Airlines charter flight is eclipse viewing at its most exclusive. Oh, and there are two seats up for grabs!
It's the first multiday fest in the country wholly dedicated to queer comics and their friends and fans.
On June 3, come taste the suds of the Pearl.
Need some help navigating the annual bonanza of new, locally produced performance? Here are three solid bets and three wild cards.
Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann
Alternative Arab music. The Rolling Stones. Malian blues. Nick Cave. They’re all on the big screen at the 34th annual fest—here are our picks.