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Ticket Alert: Bad Bunny, Jacob Collier, and More Portland Events Going On Sale This Week

Plus, Sasha Colby and More Event Updates for October 19
October 19, 2023
Megastar Bad Bunny's recently released album Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana explores different genres. (Bad Bunny via Facebook)
Criminally talented Latin trap rapper Bad Bunny has proved that he is indeed “Mr. October” with the announcement of his Most Wanted tour. Genre-bending musician Jacob Collier will travel across the pond to get the audience involved during one of his signature energetic performances. Plus, RuPaul's Drag Race season 15 winner (and your favorite drag queen’s favorite drag queen) Sasha Colby will also sashay into town to “feel the power.” 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.



Beartooth Remind List
Crystal Ballroom (Feb 25, 2024)

Code Orange Remind List
Wonder Ballroom (Mar 10, 2024)
On sale at 9 am

Destroyer (Solo) Remind List
Aladdin Theater (Mar 6, 2024)

Love & Special Sauce 30th Anniversary Tour Remind List
Aladdin Theater (Mar 8, 2024)

Helado Negro Remind List
Revolution Hall (Feb 25, 2024)

It’s (Still) Alright: The Lone Bellow Trio 10 Year Anniversary Tour Remind List
Aladdin Theater (Mar 29, 2024)

Jacob Collier Remind List
Keller Auditorium (May 25, 2024)

Lilly Hiatt Remind List
Doug Fir Lounge (Mar 29, 2024)

Machine Head Past Event List
Roseland Theater (Jan 21, 2024)

Otoboke Beaver Past Event List
Wonder Ballroom (Feb 22, 2024)

Our Last Night Remind List
Roseland Theater (Apr 27, 2024)

Parker McCollum: Burn It Down Tour Remind List
RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater (Aug 17, 2024)

Qveen Herby Past Event List
Wonder Ballroom (Jan 19, 2024)

The Record Company - Roll With It Tour Remind List
Aladdin Theater (Mar 7, 2024)

This Will Destroy You presents: Tunnel Blanket Remind List
Aladdin Theater (May 25, 2024)

Umphrey's McGee Remind List
Crystal Ballroom (Mar 15-16, 2024)

Waterparks Remind List
Roseland Theater (Feb 27, 2024)


Jim Gaffigan Remind List
Keller Auditorium (Mar 1, 2024)
Second show added


Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour Remind List
Keller Auditorium (Apr 23, 2024)

Dancing with the Stars: Live! Remind List
Ilani Casino Resort (Mar 14, 2024)

Sasha Colby: Stripped Tour Remind List
Revolution Hall (April 12, 2024)


You’re Wrong About and American Hysteria present A MASSIVE SÉANCE Holiday Spectacular for the Living and Dead Past Event List
Aladdin Theater (Wed Dec 6)



Alkaline Trio Remind List
Crystal Ballroom (Mar 25, 2024)

††† (Crosses) Remind List
Crystal Ballroom (Mar 10, 2024)

Gloria Trevi - Mi Soundtrack Us Tour 2024 Remind List
RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater (Sep 20, 2024)

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum Remind List
Aladdin Theater (Mar 2, 2024)


Becky Robinson: She Gone Tour Remind List
Aladdin Theater (May 11, 2024)


Portland Holiday Brew Fest Past Event List
Pioneer Courthouse Square (Dec 2-3) 


The Hip Hop Nutcracker Past Event List
Keller Auditorium (Tue Nov 14)



Bad Bunny Remind List
Moda Center (Mar 7, 2024)
Presale registration open now until Sun Oct 22; registration onsale Wed Oct 25

Blake Shelton: Back To The Honky Tonk Tour Remind List
Moda Center (Mar 16, 2024)

Chelsea Cutler Remind List
Roseland Theater (Mar 15, 2024)


That creepy old porn movie house on Division is now PAM CUT’s Tomorrow Theater List , a 250-seat venue “devoted to expanding what constitutes cinema, art, and multimedia storytelling.” The space will open on November 3 with an activation by David Byrne(!), who will create an interactive Portland edition Past Event List of his online nonprofit magazine Reasons to be Cheerful. (Byrne’s takeover launches the theater’s Carte Blanche series of activations by artists and polymaths.) The Tomorrow Theater’s opening purposefully aligns with PAM’s Rothko Pavilion project, aiming to offer a wide range of programming while the museum’s Whitsell Auditorium is offline. They’ve announced programming through December, so take a look at the full slate here—it’s far more robust than we might’ve expected.

Artists Repertory Theatre recently suspended its 2023/24 season, citing a lack of funding and the rejection of House Bill 2459, which would have awarded the organization $250,000 in recovery funding, as a primary cause. The choice was made after pre-production work for Pueblo Revolt by Indigenous playwright Dillon Christopher Chitto had already begun. The organization is still struggling to raise operational cash, but they’ve now secured enough funding to complete a "grand lobby," which may be used to present theatrical works as soon as spring 2024.

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