EverOut & the Portland Mercury Present: Five Events to Put on Your Radar This Week

August 5, 2022 Edition
August 5, 2022
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Beloved summer tradition Kickstand Comedy in the Park is going strong through September. (Kickstand Comedy)

Here at EverOut Portland, we believe in the importance of supporting our local community as much as we can, particularly when it comes to the arts and entertainment. That's why we're proud to be sponsoring these upcoming events in the Rose City. Read on for all the details, or check out our Mercury & EverOut Presents calendar.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 5

COMEDY

Kickstand Comedy in the Park Add to a List
Kickstand Comedy is reprising its hugely popular Comedy in the Park series in Laurelhurst Park through September. Grab your pals with a sense of humor and spread out on a blanket to catch chill comedy. SUZETTE SMITH
(Laurelhurst Park, Southeast, free)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 6

SPORTS & RECREATION

Rooftop Roller Disco Add to a List
Skate along with roller derby league Rose City Rollers on the Lloyd Center rooftop to boogielicious DJ'ed beats. The RCR bar will be fully stocked to keep you quenched while you watch the sunset.
(Lloyd Center - West End Parking Structure, Multnomah, $0 - $30)

THROUGH AUGUST 14

FOOD & DRINK

Portland Mercury's Summer of Slushies 2022 Add to a List
The coolest, most delicious event of the summer is finally here! The Merc and Jim Beam present Summer of Slushies, which brings boozy, frozen, custom-made treats to the frugal and thirsty denizens of Portland at just $6 a pop.
(Various locations, $6)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20

The Summer Fair 2022 Add to a List
The Oregon Cannabis Association's Summer Fair invites the public to come celebrate Oregon's cannabis community while enjoying a bounty of traditional fair food, games and crafts.
(The Redd on Salmon, Buckman, $15 suggested donation)

SEPTEMBER 2–3

Lose Yr Mind Fest 2022 Add to a List
Lose Yr Mind brings Portland acts, ex-Portland acts, and more together along with regional food trucks, booze suppliers, and beer peddlers. Bands across eras, such as '90s psych-pop heavies The Dandy Warhols, contemporary “sad rock” stars Soft Kill, trailblazing '80s post-punk outfit Bush Tetras, and many more are guaranteed to deliver memorable sets.
(Various locations, $25–$110)

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