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Ticket Alert: Bryce Vine, Goth Babe, and More Portland Events Going On Sale This Week

Plus, Mac Ayres and More Event Updates for December 2
December 1, 2022
Bryce Vine's upcoming tour will bring the serotonin. (Bryce Vine via Facebook)
Billboard charting hip-hop artist Bryce Vine has announced his Serotonin tour with a Portland stop next spring. PNW-based indie rock project Goth Babe will light up Edgefield in July with a concert on the lawn. Plus, soulful singer-songwriter Mac Ayres will also stop by on his Comfortable Enough tour next year. 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.



An Evening with Natalie Merchant Add to a List
Keller Auditorium (Sept 23, 2023)

Bryce Vine: Serotonin Tour Add to a List
Roseland Theater (Mar 5, 2023)

The Charlatans with Ride Add to a List
Crystal Ballroom (Feb 15, 2023)

Goth Babe Add to a List
Edgefield (July 22, 2023)

Lacuna Coil Add to a List
Crystal Ballroom (May 7, 2023)

Mac Ayres: Comfortable Enough Tour Add to a List
Roseland Theater (March 25, 2023)

Pimps of Joytime & Black Joe Lewis Add to a List
Aladdin Theater (Feb 19, 2023)
On sale at 8 am

The Wonder Years: The Hum Goes On Forever Tour Add to a List
Crystal Ballroom (March 8, 2023)


Small Town Murder Add to a List
Revolution Hall (March 25, 2023)



Vanessa Carlton Add to a List
Mississippi Studios (April 3, 2023)


Oregon Distilled Add to a List
The Redd on Salmon (Feb 18, 2023)


In an effort to increase accessibility to live theater productions, Artists Repertory Theatre is offering pay-what-you-will single tickets to their upcoming performances Add to a List starting at $20. They’ll also offer “preview” performances, scheduled during the final week of show rehearsals, starting at $10.

Portland Art Museum has announced a new exhibition, Guillermo del Toro: Crafting Pinocchio Add to a List . Opening in June 2023, the 8,000-square-foot show will center the innovative director’s singular vision and guide viewers through his stop-motion process with real set models and iconic creatures.

In recognition of World AIDS Day and Day With(out) Art, both of which fall on December 1, here’s your friendly reminder that you can get tested for free through Cascade AIDS Project.

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