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Ticket Alert: Ali Wong, Counting Crows with Dashboard Confessional, and More Portland Events Going On Sale This Week

Plus, Jimmy Eat World & Manchester Orchestra and More Event Updates for March 16
March 16, 2023
You could watch Don Wong on Netflix, but you should go see Ali Wong live on her Milk & Money tour.
Pint-sized beef lover and queen of vulgarity Ali Wong has plans to pop by Portland this coming July. Plus, there’s plenty of nostalgia on the schedule this summer as college rockers Counting Crows with Dashboard Confessional and perennial emo favorites Jimmy Eat World & Manchester Orchestra rock the Red Mill District in Bend. Read on for details on those and other newly announced events, plus some news you can use.

Tickets go on sale at 10 am unless otherwise noted.



Bill Callahan Past Event List
Aladdin Theater (Wed May 17)

Carla Morrison Past Event List
Crystal Ballroom (Wed Aug 16)

Counting Crows & Dashboard Confessional Past Event List
Hayden Homes Amphitheater (Thurs Sept 14)

Declan McKenna Past Event List
Roseland Theater (Wed Oct 25)

Dierks Bentley: Gravel & Gold Tour Past Event List
Hayden Homes Amphitheater, Bend (Aug 24-25)

The Helio Sequence Past Event List
Aladdin Theater (Fri May 12)

Jamestown Revival Past Event List
Aladdin Theater (Fri Apr 21)

Jimmy Eat World & Manchester Orchestra: The Amplified Echoes Past Event List
Hayden Homes Amphitheater, Bend (Sun July 16)

Matt and Kim Past Event List
Crystal Ballroom (Tues Oct 10)

The Robert Cray Band Past Event List
Revolution Hall (Sun July 16)


Ali Wong Past Event List
Keller Auditorium (Tues July 18)



Fied: Ferxxo Nitro Jam Underground Tour Past Event List
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Fri Apr 21)

Love and Rockets Past Event List
Roseland Theater (Fri May 26)


Rachel Bloom Past Event List *second show added, April 8 show sold out*
Aladdin Theater (Sun Apr 9)



My Morning Jacket Past Event List
Edgefield (Tues Aug 15)


The Minor League Baseball team Hillsboro Hops and the City of Hillsboro have announced plans to construct a new venue that will have a capacity of 6,000 for baseball games and 7,000 for concerts and other events. A new venue was made necessary after the Hops were promoted to the “High-A level” and therefore required to meet the MLB venue standards; it was determined more cost effective to build a new ballpark rather than renovate the existing Ron Tonkin Field inside the Gordon Faber Recreation Complex List . The venue is projected to be completed prior to the Hops’ 2025 season. 

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