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This Week in Portland Event News: James Blake, STRFKR, and More

Ticket and Info Alerts for the Week of July 26
July 28, 2021
Let James Blake's haunting melodies wash over you on his Friends That Break Your Heart Tour. Tickets on sale Friday. (Venla Shalin/Redferns/Getty Images)

Another batch of new shows has been announced this week, including critically acclaimed artists Caroline Polachek and James Blake. And we don’t have to spell it out for you, Portland’s STRFKR and consummate jackass Steve-O are also back to doing what they do best. Read on for details on those and other events rolling through town, and check out our August 2021 event guide for more ideas. 

Tickets go on sale at 10 am unless otherwise noted.

ON SALE FRIDAY, JULY 30

MUSIC

Caroline Polachek
Wonder Ballroom (Tues Dec 14)

Dream Theater 
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Tues Nov 2)

James Blake: Friends That Break Your Heart Tour
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Tues Sept 21)

Son Lux
Wonder Ballroom (May 11, 2022)
Tickets on sale at 9 am

STRFKR
Roseland Theater (Jan 21, 2022)

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Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Tues Nov 2)

NEW EVENTS ON SALE NOW

MUSIC

Portland’s Singing Christmas Tree
Keller Auditorium (Fri Nov 26-Sun Dec 5)

FESTIVAL

Hood River Hops Fest
The Columbia Lot, Hood River (Sat Oct 2)

COMEDY

Steve-O: The Bucket List Tour 
Revolution Hall (Jan 8, 2022)

PERFORMANCE

The Return of the Jinkx & Dela Holiday Show Live!
Newmark Theatre (Thurs Dec 30)

JUST UPDATED

MUSIC

Silverstein
Previously sold out, more tickets released 
Hawthorne Theater (Mon Nov 15)

COMEDY

Ronny Chieng
Late show just added 
Aladdin Theater (Fri Dec 10)

OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Sunlight Supply Amphitheater in Ridgefield, WA recently changed its name to the RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater (which doesn’t quite roll off the tongue). LiveNation is running a Return to Live promotion for shows at the rechristened venue through Sunday, August 1, which will offer $20 tickets to The Black Crowes, The Doobie Brothers, Jason Aldean, Jonas Brothers, Kings of Leon, and KISS.