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This Week in Portland Event News: Charli XCX, José González, and More

Ticket Alerts and Event Updates for the Week of November 8, 2021
November 10, 2021
Charli XCX will coming crashing into town next year with her new album, Crash, and tour of the same name.

We can’t get enough of Charli XCX’s new track “New Shapes” featuring Christine and the Queens and Caroline Polachek, so color us excited for the edgy pop princess’s 2022 Crash tour. Indie artists Dijon and José González will also be rolling through Portland next spring. In the immediate future, don’t miss the NWSL number one seed Portland Thorns take on the Chicago Red Stars this Sunday. We’ve got the details on those and other newly announced events.

Tickets go on sale at 10 am unless otherwise noted.

ON SALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12

MUSIC

Charli XCX
Crystal Ballroom (Mar 29, 2022)

The Chats
Crystal Ballroom (May 26, 2022)
On sale at 9 am

Dijon
Wonder Ballroom (May 20, 2022)
On sale at 7 am

Jeff Rosenstock
Wonder Ballroom (Jan 16, 2022)
On sale at noon

José González
Revolution Hall (Mar 11, 2022)

Kaki King
Winningstad Theatre (Feb 20, 2022)

Low
Wonder Ballroom (Oct 6, 2022)

Pup Returns: Thank F***ing God
Crystal Ballroom (Apr 11, 2022)

Thursday
Roseland Theater (Feb 11, 2022)

COMEDY

Gary Gulman: Born On 3rd Base
Revolution Hall (May 27, 2022)

NEW EVENTS ON SALE NOW

SPORTS

NWSL Semifinals - Portland Thorns FC vs. Chicago Red Stars
Providence Park (Sun Nov 14)

MUSIC

The Band CAMINO
Roseland Theater (Mar 31, 2022)

Flight Facilities - Forever Tour
Wonder Ballroom (Jan 27, 2022)

COMEDY

Bert Kreischer: The Berty Boy Relapse Tour
Keller Auditorium (Jan 14, 2022)
Late show newly added

Paula Poundstone
Revolution Hall (Apr 23, 2022)

EVENT UPDATES

PODCASTS

Risk! Live in Portland
Moved to Mississippi Studios from Revolution Hall (Fri Nov 19)

OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Hollywood Theatre’s microcinema at the Portland International Airport has reopened. Near gate C13, travelers can once again enjoy locally made short films for free in the 22-seat cinema. 

Local drag icon Darcelle XV (the world’s oldest drag queen per Guinness World Records) turns 91 next Tuesday and is celebrating the inclusion of their venue Darcelle XV Showplace on the National Register of Historic Places.