A floodgate of newly announced shows are on sale this week. Granted, many tours aren’t hitting the road until next year, but they’re guaranteed to sell out well in advance. Snag these babies while they’re hot and be sure to set a calendar reminder… Just like finding $20 in a pocket, future you will be grateful for doing yourself a solid. From drag excellence like dynamic duo Trixie and Katya and international superstar Pabllo Vittar to rising stars like Tate McRae, we’ve rounded up all the top tier talent rolling into town.
Tickets go on sale at 10 am unless otherwise noted.
ON SALE FRIDAY, JULY 16
100 Gecs - 10,000 Gecs Tour
Wonder Ballroom (Tues Oct 12)
Wonder Ballroom (Jan 25, 2022)
Crystal Ballroom (Feb 9, 2022)
Roseland Theater (Mar 11, 2022)
Wonder Ballroom (Thurs Oct 21)
Eels: Lockdown Hurricane Tour
Revolution Hall (May 13, 2022)
On sale at 7 am
John Craigie - Keep It Warm 2021 Tour
Aladdin Theater (Sat Dec 4 & Sun Dec 5)
Wonder Ballroom (June 20, 2022)
Revolution Hall (Apr 19, 2022)
Roseland Theater (Tues Nov 9)
An Evening with Sparks
Crystal Ballroom (Mar 13, 2022)
Wonder Ballroom (Mar 11, 2022)
Trixie and Katya Live
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Mar 18, 2022)
On sale at noon
Wonder Ballroom (Sat Oct 30)
Walk the Moon - Dream Plane Tour
Crystal Ballroom (Tues Oct 19)
Criminal: A Podcast
Revolution Hall (May 17, 2022)
Revolution Hall (Jan 9, 2022)
Risk! Live in Portland
Revolution Hall (Fri Nov 19)
An Evening with Ólafur Arnalds
Portland Art Museum Kridel Ballroom (June 10, 2022)
Living Room Theaters announced that they are dropping mask requirements for patrons and relaxing social distancing as of Friday, July 9. The full food and drink menu is poised to return soon, but meanwhile you can still grab soft drinks, popcorn, and candy to munch your way through the latest flicks.
The Northwest location of Voicebox is reopening Friday, July 16. The karaoke joint is taking reservations for its private suites so you can belt your lungs out with a handful of your closest friends.
All of Multnomah County Library’s 19 branches are set to reopen by the end of August. The Central Library will reopen with new hours. Patrons will be able to browse, pick up holds without an appointment, use computers and WiFi, scan/fax/print documents, and access help from library staff. There will be no time limit for visitors, and masks are recommended. Services such as in-person programs, storytimes, and public meeting room use will resume at a later date.
The Portland Winterhawks have rebranded their logo, shedding Indigenous appropriative imagery that was adopted from the Chicago Blackhawks and somehow stuck around for 45 years. The 2021-2022 season starts Friday, October 1.