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This Week in Portland Event News: James Vincent McMorrow, Teddy Swims, and More

Ticket and Info Alerts for the Week of September 20, 2021
September 23, 2021
James Vincent McMorrow's understated and dreamy vocals will make for an intimate show at Revolution Hall.

International names will pay our fair city a visit next year, from Irish folk/alt-rock singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow, to Scandinavian metal heavy hitters Ghost & Volbeat, to world music legends Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Read on for details on those and other events, plus the latest news on the Portland Book Festival.

Tickets go on sale at 10 am unless otherwise noted.

ON SALE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

MUSIC

Ghost & Volbeat
Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Jan 29, 2022)

James Vincent McMorrow
Revolution Hall (Mar 21, 2022)

Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Aladdin Theater (Feb 10, 2022)

Little Simz
Hawthorne Theatre (May 1, 2022)

Parquet Courts
Crystal Ballroom (Apr 19, 2022)

Teddy Swims
Wonder Ballroom (Apr 8, 2022)

COMEDY

Kathleen Madigan: Do You Have Any Ranch?
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Apr 1, 2022)

PERFORMANCE

Ginger Minj’s Winter Wonderland
Aladdin Theater (Thurs Dec 9)
On sale at noon

NEW EVENTS ON SALE NOW

TobyMac’s Hits Deep Tour
Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Mar 6, 2022)

Quality Ski Time Tour presented by Salomon
Aladdin Theater (Fri Oct 22)

EVENT UPDATES

Anderson East: Maybe We Never Die Tour
Moved from Roseland Theater to Aladdin Theater (Thurs Oct 28)

OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Portland Book Festival announced this year’s stacked lineup on Wednesday. A full schedule will be announced in October. Acclaimed authors such as Lauren Groff, Brandon Taylor, and Maggie Nelson are scheduled to appear. The festival will offer a virtual pass with five-day access to live streamed discussions, podcasts, and radio broadcasts on a sliding scale of $0-$100. Passes to the single-day in-person festival will be $15 in advance and $25 the day of. All adult passes include admission to the Portland Art Museum and a $5 book voucher. Attendees aged 17 and under and/or with high school ID will receive free admission.

After the success of this year’s decentralized COVID-friendly format and extended schedule, the Portland Winter Light Festival is set to return in February 2022 with the same structure.

Have a pile of napkins at the ready while you dig into a plate of $6 specially-sauced drums and flats at 24 different bars and restaurants during Portland Mercury’s Wing Week, running from October 4-10.