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This Week in Portland Event News: Chelsea Handler, Tig Notaro, and More

Ticket Alerts and Event Updates for the Week of October 18, 2021
October 20, 2021
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We can't wait to hear about Chelsea Handler's new romance with fellow comedian and longtime friend Jo Koy during her Vaccinated and Horny Tour. (Getty Images)

In a mere four months, comedy powerhouses Chelsea Handler and Tig Notaro will roll through town a day apart (choose your fighter, or go to both). We’ve got you covered with the details on those and other newly announced events, including pro-vaccine singer-songwriter Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, plus other big event news, like the cancellation of The Weeknd's 2022 arena tour.

Tickets go on sale at 10 am unless otherwise noted.

ON SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22

COMEDY

Andrew Schulz: The Infamous Tour
Newmark Theatre (Jan 7, 2022)

Chelsea Handler: Vaccinated and Horny Tour
Keller Auditorium (Feb 4, 2022)

Tig Notaro: Hello Again Tour
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Feb 3, 2022)

MUSIC

Boy Harsher
Wonder Ballroom (Feb 7-8, 2022)

Bryce Vine
Roseland Theater (Feb 16, 2022)

Fletcher
Wonder Ballroom (Feb 25, 2022)

Gang of Four
Revolution Hall (Mar 24, 2022)
On sale at 6 am

I Don’t Know How But They Found Me (iDKHOW)
Roseland Theater (Jan 24, 2022)

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
Keller Auditorium (Mar 4, 2022)

PERFORMANCE

That Golden Girls Show! A Puppet Parody
Newmark Theatre (Mar 30, 2022)

NEW EVENTS ON SALE NOW

Ryan Hurd: tour de pelago
Roseland Theater (May 8, 2022)

Sleepy Hallow: The Still Sleep Tour
Roseland Theater (Mon Nov 22)

EVENT UPDATES

Black Country, New Road
Moved from Polaris Hall to Aladdin Theater (Mar 4, 2022)
Previously sold out; additional tickets on sale now

Tinariwen *CANCELLED*
Aladdin Theater (Sat Oct 23)

The Weeknd: After Hours Tour *CANCELLED*
Moda Center (Mar 3, 2022)

OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Last Wednesday, the National Women’s Soccer League announced that their Championship Game, previously scheduled for November 20 at Providence Park, will instead take place in Louisville at the request of its players. The news follows the public revelation of sexual coercion and misconduct by former coach Paul Riley and the ensuing actions (or lack thereof) taken by the Thorns front office.  

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