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This Week in Portland Event News: Bastille, The Head and the Heart, and More

Ticket Alerts and Event Updates for the Week of January 17, 2022
January 20, 2022
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Blast off into the future with Bastille this spring. (Sarah Louise Bennett)
Having steadily released a handful of new singles throughout 2021, British pop-rockers Bastille are poised to hit the road this year (with a Portland stop in the spring) with their fourth album, Give Me the Future. Plus, Portlanders can catch Seattle-based indie folk band The Head and the Heart at Edgefield this summer concert season. Read on for details on those and other newly announced events, plus some news you can use. 


Tickets go on sale at 10 am unless otherwise noted.

ON SALE FRIDAY, JANUARY 21

MUSIC

Al Di Meola Add to a List  
Aladdin Theater (Tue Mar 22)

Bastille: Give Me the Future Tour
Add to a List Keller Auditorium (Mon May 23)

Cloud Cult Add to a List  
Doug Fir Lounge (Fri Aug 26)

The Head and the Heart: Every Shade of Blue Tour Add to a List
Edgefield (Tues Aug 16)

Molly Burch Add to a List  
Doug Fir Lounge (Thu Mar 31)

Mudhoney Add to a List  
Revolution Hall (Fri Apr 29)

Pedro The Lion Add to a List
Revolution Hall (Thu June 2) 

Slipknot: Knotfest Roadshow Add to a List
RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater (Tues June 14)

Spacey Jane Add to a List  
Doug Fir Lounge (Tue May 17)

Thao Add to a List
Wonder Ballroom (Sat Apr 30)

Typhoon Add to a List *night two; night one on sale now*
Revolution Hall (Sat June 11)

Zac Brown Band: Out In The Middle Tour Add to a List
Moda Center (Sat Oct 22)

NEW EVENTS ON SALE NOW

READINGS & TALKS

Mark O. Hatfield Lecture Series Add to a List
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Feb 1-May 10)

Powell's Books Presents Bob Odenkirk in Conversation With Cheryl Strayed Add to a List
Revolution Hall (Mon Mar 7)

MUSIC

An Evening with Daniel Rossen Add to a List
Doug Fir Lounge (Fri Jun 17)

King Hannah Add to a List
Doug Fir Lounge (Tue May 24)

EVENT UPDATES

BROCKHAMPTON Add to a List *Canceled as the group takes an indefinite hiatus*
Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Wed Apr 13)

Folk Magik Presents: Fuzz Add to a List  
Wonder Ballroom (Rescheduled from Fri Dec 10 to Wed Apr 27)

OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Expo Center Add to a List COVID-19 testing site has been temporarily closed from January 14-24, The Oregonian reports. Operations are being handed off from OHSU to the Oregon Health Authority, who will reopen the site as a high volume center seven days a week. OHSU has opened a drive-through site at its Marquam Hill campus and will open a second indoor testing site at one of their South Waterfront clinics on Monday, January 24. Both sites will operate from 7:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, by appointment only.

TriMet launched several new features on their website this week, including upgraded Trip Tools and an interactive homepage, a real-time location tracker for buses and trains, smart location search, and trip interfacing with e-scooters, Uber, and BIKETOWN.

Business Oregon has announced the first of three grant programs to help arts venues in Oregon. The first grant opportunity has allocated $5 million to be awarded to independent movie theaters (up to $40,000 per theater) that saw losses due to COVID-19. The application goes live Monday, January 24, and will be open through Wednesday, February 9.

Patricia Reser Center for the Arts Add to a List , a multi-disciplinary “world-class” arts center, is set to open in central Beaverton in spring 2022. The venue will feature a 550-seat theater, a 1,800-square foot multi-use space called “the lab,” and a public art gallery dedicated to showing four exhibits of 2D and 4D art per year. 

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