Your Guide to Fall 2023 Arts Events in Portland

Concerts, Exhibits, Performances, and More Events to Put on Your Calendar
September 6, 2023
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London's Victoria and Albert Museum curated the major Africa Fashion exhibition, which will open at the Portland Art Museum in November. (Models holding hands, Lagos, Nigeria, 2019 by Stephen Tayo. Courtesy Lagos Fashion Week)
Cooler weather calls for ducking inside, whether it's to catch a film at the cinema, see your favorite artist light up the stage in a dark venue, take in a lecture, or peruse an art show. To keep you supplied with a steady dose of culture, we’ve rounded up the most noteworthy arts events this season, from Cypress Hill with the Oregon Symphony to the QDoc Film Festival, and from the Portland Book Festival to Dracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy, Really. Looking for more things to do? Check out the Portland Mercury's fall arts guide.

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Zadie Smith Past Event List

Even if you haven't read anything by Zadie Smith, you've probably seen her name splashed in gigantic letters across one of her brightly hued book covers. She's one of those authors who can hawk a tome based on her name alone, and it's for good reason—her debut novel White Teeth won several awards, and she's since cemented herself as a major literary voice with a snappy, eccentric, and game-changing treatment of race, religion, and cultural identity. Smith's also a tenured creative writing professor at NYU and has twice been named one of Granta's 20 Best of Young British Novelists, so, ya know, maybe us lit nerds should listen to her. Her sixth novel, The Fraud, was released on September 5; I'm excited to hear more about the "kaleidoscopic work" based on a historic trial that divided Victorian England. LC
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Thurs Sept 21)

Ross Gay Remind List

How often are you delighted? Occasionally? Never?! Sounds like a job for Ross Gay. The spirit lifter, lauded poet, and author of The Book of Delights, will visit Portland on the heels of a new publication—The Book of (More) Delights. The fresh collection of genre-defying pieces, written over the course of a single year, is a sweet addition to the writer's feel-good oeuvre; he chats all things delightful, from tiny dogs to fig trees to nostalgic song-blasting to rejecting scannable QR code menus. It's only corny if you say it is. We say: Get into it. LC
Powell's City of Books (Sun Oct 8)

Amy Schneider in Conversation With Kim Malek Remind List

Amy Schneider's knowledge base is no joke: She won 40 games of Jeopardy!, walked away with over a million dollars, and blazed a trail for other openly queer and transgender smarties. As the most successful woman and most successful transgender contestant ever to compete on the show, I'm hoping Schneider answers some important queries in her new memoir, In the Form of a Question—namely, how'd she answer Daily Doubles about Benazir Bhutto and The Man in the Iron Mask off the cuff?! Schneider will be joined in conversation by ice cream mogul Kim Malek, the co-founder of Salt & Straw. We hope she comes prepared with niche ice cream trivia. LC
Powell's City of Books (Wed Oct 11)

Portland Book Festival Remind List

Throngs of book lovers will flock to the South Park Blocks on November 4 for the Portland Book Festival, which will be held on 11 stages at seven partner venues, including the Judy, the new home of the Northwest Children's Theater. The fest always promises an unmatched lineup of buzzy wordsmiths; last year's roster included Esmé Weijun Wang, Karen Russell, Andrew Sean Greer, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, and Selma Blair (!) sharing their writing secrets, plus lots of folks with cool tote bags, so I'm predicting a similar vibe of literary excellence for this year's shindig. Plus, Portland Book Festival Cover to Cover, a week (October 30–November 5) of "free neighborhood literary encounters," will return for its second year, bringing more book-loving vibes to spots across the city. The festival will include pop-up readings with local writers, discussions with over 80 authors, and a book fair. Why not stop by to snag a book you're actually excited to read? LC
South Park Blocks (Sat Nov 4)

Barbara Kingsolver Remind List

If there's such a thing as a household-name author, Barbara Kingsolver might be one example—she's been famous ever since the '98 release of the epistolary novel The Poisonwood Bible. Her latest work, 2022's Demon Copperhead, an angry, compassionate retelling of David Copperfield set in the midst of the Appalachian opioid epidemic, won the 2023 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. It's a bestseller (natch), was named one of the top 10 books of the year by the New York Times and the Washington Post, and serves as a reminder that Kingsolver's talent ain't going anywhere. LC
Keller Auditorium (Tues Oct 17)


An Evening with Ann Patchett Past Event List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Thurs Sept 7)

Mona Awad and Leni Zumas Past Event List

Powell's City of Books (Thurs Sept 21)

Aparna Nancherla: The Unreliable Narrator Book Tour Featuring Mostly Standup Remind List

Aladdin Theater (Thurs Sept 28)

Mary Beard Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Thurs Oct 26)

David Biespiel Remind List

Powell's City of Books (Wed Nov 1)

An Evening with David Sedaris Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Fri Nov 10)

Henry Winkler Remind List

Revolution Hall (Tues Dec 12)


Nicole Byer Remind List

Things are looking up for Nicole Byer, who spent at least one of her pandemic days going to a drive-by funeral for a cat. The actress, comedian, writer, author, and podcaster (you almost certainly know her from Nailed It!, for which she's been nominated for four Emmys) recently debuted a Netflix stand-up special, and in her hit podcast, Why Won’t You Date Me?, she interviews comedians and fellow glamazons about their love lives. (If you haven’t listened, I recommend the Kornbread episode.) Byer will head to the Newmark stage to regale us with the details of her sexy, fabulous life. LC
Newmark Theatre (Fri Sept 29)

Roald Dahl's Matilda: The Musical Remind List

If Danny DeVito's '96 fantastical comedy Matilda is one of your core childhood memories (or maybe you're slightly more old school and prefer the '88 Roald Dahl book—I'll go to bat for either), levitate yourself over to Portland Playhouse for this musical adaptation. You know the story already: a big-brained, precocious misfit who's stuck with an anti-intellectual family and a straight-up psychotic principal, Miss Trunchbull, learns to navigate the mess with her teacher, Miss Honey, and a certain magical ability on her side. I'm hoping to see chalk fly through the air. LC
Portland Playhouse (Oct 4–Nov 5)

Les Misérables Remind List

Take a trip to the tumultuous era of 19th-century France with this fresh staging of Les Misérables, a Tony-winning testament to love and survival. Former theater kids shouldn't miss Cameron Mackintosh's musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel, and Gen Zers might find it tolerable, too—the production was hailed as “Les Mis for the 21st century” by the Huffington Post. Don't worry, it'll maintain the same spirit as the original. Attendees can expect renditions of  “I Dreamed a Dream,” “On My Own,” “Bring Him Home,” “One Day More,” and “Master of the House.” LC
Keller Auditorium (Nov 7–12)

Giselle Remind List

World-class dancers from the National Opera and Ballet of Ukraine will bring this performance of the 19th-century French ballet Giselle to the stage, sharing the story of a peasant girl who falls in love with a nobleman, Albrecht, who is disguised as a commoner. Tragedy ensues, and the ghost-filled tale evokes the deadly sisterhood of the Wilis, a spectral group of women from Slavic myth who died after romantic betrayal. As they attempt revenge on Albrecht, Giselle finds a way to save him and herself. It's the kind of ethereally beautiful production that'll make you feel fancy and cultured just by showing up. LC
Newmark Theatre (Nov 24–25)

Dracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy, Really Remind List

Look, I love Dracula as much as the next person, but he definitely has what I'd describe as a misogyny issue—I mean, who kidnaps women and sucks their blood?? Couldn't be me! Anywho, playwright Kate Hamill's adaptation of Bram Stoker's sanguinary novel "bounces between horror and humor," challenging gothic tropes and twisting the vampire tale on its gory head to create something cool and feminist, but still scary. After all, isn't it about time we drive a stake through the heart of the patriarchy? LC
Portland Center Stage (Nov 25–Dec 24)


John Oliver Past Event List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Fri Sept 8)

The Oregon Burlesque Festival Past Event List

Alberta Rose Theatre (Sept 22–23)

HAIR Remind List

Portland Center Stage (Sept 30–Nov 5)

Taylor Tomlinson: The Have It All Tour Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Oct 5–6)

Swan Lake Remind List

Keller Auditorium (Oct 6–14)

John Cameron Mitchell and Amber Martin: Cassette Roulette Remind List

Revolution Hall (Thurs Oct 12)

The Marriage of Figaro Remind List

Keller Auditorium (Sat Oct 28)

Chelsea Handler: Little Big Bitch Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (November 2–3)

Gabriel Iglesias: Don't Worry Be Fluffy Remind List

Moda Center (Sat Nov 4)

A Christmas Carol Remind List

Portland Playhouse (Nov 21–Dec 30)

Anthony Jeselnik Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Thurs Nov 30)

Brett Goldstein: The Second Best Night of Your Life Remind List

Keller Auditorium (Nov 30–Dec 2)

Kathleen Madigan: Boxed Wine & Tiny Banjos Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Fri Dec 1)

George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker Remind List

Keller Auditorium (December 8–24)

The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Wed Dec 27)


Finding Her Beat Benefit Screening and Live Taiko Performance Remind List

Those who bump along to the beat of their own drum should show up to this screening in support of Portland Taiko, a local performance group that drums throughout the Pacific Northwest, offers classes and workshops, and conducts team-building workshops. They'll screen the 2022 documentary Finding Her Beat, which centers an all-female, boundary-breaking taiko troupe (the Japanese drumming art was off-limits to women for centuries). The world-famous taiko player Tiffany Tamaribuchi, who recently moved to Portland to take on the artistic director role at Portland Taiko, will also perform live before the film. LC
Hollywood Theatre (Sat Sept 30)

28th Annual H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon Remind List

Hold on to your Shoggoth! The 28th annual H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon will return to the Hollywood's shadowy screens with "freshly minted cinematic horrors from all the dark corners of the earth." This year’s festival will showcase more than 50 short and feature-length freak fests, including Suitable Flesh, based on Lovecraft’s “The Thing on the Doorstep” and starring Heather Graham, and the world premiere of Gods of the Deep, a deep sea submarine horror (gulp). Three days of macabre mayhem will also include author readings and Q&A sessions, guests of honor Clay McLeod Chapman and Rebekah McKendry, and a "Mall of Cthulhu." LC
Hollywood Theatre (Oct 6–8)

Killers of the Flower Moon Remind List

The calendar is inching closer to Oscar season, and with it will come a film that already rivals the chatter of this summer's Barbie and Oppenheimer, if that's even possible. Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon, which the Guardian described as an "epic of creeping, existential horror about the birth of the American century," follows the true story of quasi-genocidal serial killings that impacted Oklahoma's Osage tribal community in the '20s. The film takes a "show, don't tell" approach to illustrating the epidemic of violence against Native people in the United States. Calling it now: Based on the trailer alone, Killers of the Flower Moon blends Western sensibilities, true crime, and the macabre in an enthralling way that'll land each and every butt in a theater seat. LC
Cinema 21 (Fri Oct 20)

Claudio Simonetti's Goblin with Demons Remind List

The record label, film series, and "guerrilla action group" Wyrd War will drag out their cinema cauldron again for two screenings of Lamberto Bava's '85 horror epic Demons just in time for All Hallows' Eve. Italian prog-rock ghouls Goblin, led by keyboardist Claudio Simonetti, will provide a live score for the lurid, bloody masterpiece. The flick is equal parts sinister, supernatural, and slick, checking off all my ideal horror film boxes, like "isolated Berlin movie theater," "Nostradamus's grave," and "getaway motorcycle." Plus, Portland-born scream queen Geretta Geretta makes an appearance in the film. Sick! Stick around after the screening for a full-length concert of haunting tunes spanning Goblin's whole catalog. LC
Hollywood Theatre (Oct 24–25)

QDoc Film Festival Remind List

The only festival in the US devoted exclusively to queer documentaries, QDoc will return to the historic Hollywood Theatre this year for further engagement with diverse queer perspectives on politics, diversity, sexuality, family, and more. (Expect "award-winning films fresh from Sundance, Berlin, Hot Docs, Tribeca...and other top-tier festivals.") With three days of screenings and community connection, the fest will bring in directors and subjects from across the world to offer intimate Q&A sessions after the screenings. LC
Hollywood Theatre (Nov 3–5)


2023 HUMP! Film Festival Encore Screening Past Event List

Clinton Street Theater (Sept 14–16)

Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert with the Oregon Symphony Past Event List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Sept 23–24)

PDX Recovery Film Festival Remind List

Revolution Hall (Sun Oct 1)

Portland Film Festival Remind List

(Oct 12–16)

Dirty Dancing in Concert Remind List

Keller Auditorium (Sun Nov 19)

Legendary Worlds of John Williams with the Oregon Symphony Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Nov 25–26)


A Sense of Place: the Art of George Tsutakawa Remind List

One of George Tsutakawa's gargantuan fountains once graced the Lloyd Center, and they still stand at the Seattle Public Library's downtown branch and the Memorial Gates of Seattle’s Washington Park Arboretum. Seattle-born but educated in Japan, the sculptor's public works blend Pacific Northwestern and Japanese aesthetic sensibilities; they also seem to draw inspiration from Abstract Expressionism, feeling both ambitious and personally expressive. Tsutakawa, who passed in '97, created over 70 bronze fountain sculptures in the US, Japan, and Canada, and his artistic process was complex, spanning a wide variety of mediums like sumi ink and woodblock printing. (I highly recommend looking him up on YouTube and watching a documentary or two.) A Sense of Place: The Art of George Tsutakawa is the first Oregon exhibition of his work. LC
Japanese American Museum of Oregon (Sept 7–Dec 31)

Throughlines Remind List

Pulling directly from the museum's collections, Throughlines: Connections in the Collection explores "a range of artistic innovation" from across different geographies, cultures, and time periods. Sound vague? Maybe a little bit! But PAM's curators have arranged the exhibition's artworks into playful process- and material-based groupings organized under a few loose themes: portraiture and representation, views of the land and environment, and unexpected uses of imagery, ephemeral materials, and color. The format should serve as a jumping-off point for some fun convos about the artistic process. I'm excited to see Dinh Q. Lê's high-definition chromogenic prints and a rare sculpture from Kehinde Wiley's The World Stage series. The exhibition should also get visitors jazzed for the museum's forthcoming Mark Rothko Pavilion, which will offer "an elegant and fluid connection between [the museum's] two buildings." (They’re currently connected underground via stairs and elevators.) The multi-year expansion and renovation project will make the museum more accessible and inclusive. Cool! LC
Portland Art Museum (opening Sat Oct 28)

Anya Roberts-Toney: Water Witch Moon Mother Remind List

Anya Roberts-Toney’s last solo exhibition at Nationale, Summer’s Eve, imagined a matriarchal realm with an edge, with euphoric, yet complex-seeming female figures framed against backdrops of luminous flora. It's safe to say I'm stoked to see her return to the gallery for another exhibition of jewel-toned compositions, which typically contain equal parts feminine revelry and illusive unease. Sneak peeks on her Instagram reveal a move toward bolder, more color-forward compositions in oil-on-linen, but Roberts-Toney maintains a dreamy sensibility that always reminds me of that one episode of Wishbone where he travels to the Eloi's futuristic, pink-tinged fruit garden from The Time Machine, in the best possible way. (If you have no idea what I'm referencing, why not remedy that by spending some time with Water Witch Moon Mother?) LC
Nationale (Nov 4–Dec 24)

Africa Fashion Remind List

London's Victoria and Albert Museum curated this major exhibition, which will bring dozens of well-dressed mannequins to the Portland Art Museum this fall and winter for an exploration of African fashion culture and history from the mid-20th century to the present. Africa Fashion includes "garments, textiles, adornments, personal testimonies, photographs, film, and catwalk footage," with artifacts pulled straight from the archives of legendary African designers like Shade Thomas-Fahm, Chris Seydou, Kofi Ansah, Naïma Bennis, and Alphadi and contemporary creatives Imane Ayissi, IAMISIGO, Moshions, Thebe Magugu, and Maison Art. Not sold? The exhibition was featured in Vogue, Forbes, and CNN, which deemed the show "an archive of achievement." LC
Portland Art Museum (Nov 18–Feb 18)

Time-Released Remind List

PICA's Time-Released, a new series of performance artworks for 2023, reimagines the institution's iconique Time-Based Art Festival. (The New York Times lauded TBA as “the best contemporary summer festival in the country” back in 2012, and the fest’s experimental programming is an excellent annual reminder to question everything.) The series will expand on TBA's typical 10-consecutive-day runtime with a more spread-out format, offering "space to artists and audiences to make deeper connections with each program.” Basically, we're getting TBA programming over a longer period of time—we'll take it! Local and international artists like Anthony Hudson, Carla Rossi, and Seba Calfuqueo have already shared their work, but Time-Released runs until November, so there’s still plenty of opportunity to thrill your eyeballs. I'm looking forward to [siccer], Will Rawls's upcoming (September 23–November 5) blend of stop-motion filmmaking and dance. LC
PICA (through Nov 18)


Black Artists of Oregon Remind List

Portland Art Museum (Sept 9–March 17)

You Ni Chae and Brad Mildrexler Remind List

Adams and Ollman (Sept 22–Oct 21)

28th Anniversary Show Remind List

Froelick Gallery (Oct 3–28)

Joe Feddersen Remind List

Adams and Ollman (Oct 27–Nov 25)

Irina Fiore & Bilge Nur Saltik: Design Pop-Up Remind List

Nationale (Sat Nov 11)

Yishai Jusidman: Prussian Blue Remind List

Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education (through Nov 26)


Herbie Hancock Past Event List

Throughout his six-decade-plus career, Herbie Hancock has reached all corners of the expansive jazz genre, along with pioneering electronic music and modern R&B. His trailblazing 1973 album Head Hunters has been such an inspiration to funk, soul, and hip-hop that the Library of Congress added it to the National Recording Registry (an archive of the most significant recordings of the 20th century). But all fancy accolades aside, Head Hunters is a delightfully timeless album that I keep in my back pocket for when I'm feeling musically fatigued. Plus, Hancock's 47th (!) studio album is currently in the works, which will reportedly include features from music royalty like Wayne Shorter, Kendrick Lamar, Kamasi Washington, Thundercat, Flying Lotus, Snoop Dogg, and more. AV
McMenamins Grand Lodge (Tues Sept 19)

An Evening With Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer, & Shahzad Ismaily Trio: Love In Exile Past Event List

New York-based Pakistani singer-songwriter Arooj Aftab blends traditional Sufi devotional poetry with gentle folk guitar and ambient elements that perfectly cradle her ethereal voice. On her newest project, Love in Exile, Aftab collaborated with multi-instrumentalists Vijay Iyer and Shahzad Ismaily for— what Aftab described in press materials as—a haunting meditation about "self-exile, and the search for freedom and identity, and finding it through love and music." With the album's atmospheric electronics, neo-classical piano melodies, and heavenly vocals, it will surely sound just as magical live. AV
Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (Fri Sept 22)

The Reser & Oregon Symphony Present: Stay On It - Minimalism Past, Present, & Future Remind List

The Oregon Symphony will be joined by a group of young musicians for a performance of pioneering minimalist works with the intention of inspiring the next generation. Highlights of the program include Meredith Monk's voice-based, avant-garde compositions Early Morning Melody and Ellis Island, along with Julius Eastman's experimental baroque piece Stay On It. Other works include Shelley Washington's Middleground, selections from Steve Reich's Electric Counterpoint, Julia Wolfe's A Wild Furze, Andy Akiho's Three Shades, Foreshadows and Karakurenai, Reena Esmail's Darshan, and Sam Adams' Movements (for Us and Them). Whether you're a scholar of the innovative genre, or new to it, prepare to be inspired. AV
Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (Fri Oct 6)

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis Remind List

Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis mastered the works of classic jazz legends like Duke Ellington and John Coltrane before carving out a unique voice and becoming one of the biggest names in contemporary jazz. Marsalis will lead a 15-piece band for an unforgettable evening of music including originals as well as those definitive standards that started his career. AV
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Fri Oct 6)

Cypress Hill with the Oregon Symphony Remind List

This year does not only mark the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, but it also marks the 30th anniversary of Cypress Hill's iconic sophomore album Black Sunday. In honor of the album, the rap trio will be joined by the Oregon Symphony for orchestral renditions of the classic stoner bops. While this might not seem like an obvious pairing, imagine the guitar sample on "I Wanna Get High" played pizzicato on a cello. Making sense? Plus, I am eager to hear which classical instrument will mimic the bubbling sounds on "Hits from the Bong." AV
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Wed Oct 18)

Angel Olsen Remind List

While it's often hard for me to emotionally connect with contemporary indie rock, Angel Olsen's heartwrenching vocals bring me to tears almost every time I hear them. Her voice, which has been compared to artists like Emmylou Harris and Mildred Bailey, seesaws from deep restraint to free-flowing belts, sometimes in a single breath. Olsen will return to Portland for two nights with tracks from her new stripped-down EP Forever Means and country-tinged 2022 album Big Time. Don't miss opening sets from acclaimed folk artist/poet Kara Jackson (night one) and singer-songwriter Allegra Krieger (night two). AV
Revolution Hall (Oct 24–25)

Kim Petras: Feed The Beast World Tour Remind List

Kim Petras is the pop girlie for all of us who grew up idolizing Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie on The Simple Life. Her 2022 single "Coconuts" is something you could imagine Malibu Barbie listening to in her hot pink convertible, except for sexually explicit and not appropriate for children whatsoever (see lyrics: "look at these margarit-ta-tas"). Her music evokes sticky lip gloss, bedazzled thongs, and Juicy Couture tracksuits with shades of Y2K Eurodance. She's been making music for a while now (I first heard her featured on Charli XCX's banger "Unlock It"), but she really blew up with Sam Smith's viral smash "Unholy," which won her a Grammy earlier this year. Riding this wave of success, Petras will kick off your Halloweekend with songs from her debut album, Feed the Beast.
Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Fri Oct 27)

Devo: The Farewell Tour Remind List

Okay, here it is, your last chance to see your favorite post-punk weirdos! Ease that uncontrollable urge to scream/sing "Whip It" amongst hundreds of spuds at Devo's 50th anniversary Farewell tour. Founding members Mark Mothersbaugh, Gerald Casale, and Bob Mothersbaugh will plop on their energy domes for a last hurrah ahead of their forthcoming documentary (directed by Tiger King documentarian Chris Smith). My fingers are crossed that they'll play songs from their debut album Q. Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! AV
Revolution Hall (Nov 8–9)

Liz Phair: Guyville Tour Remind List

Liz Phair's presence in my life is like a cool aunt who has been there through my purest joys and roughest patches. I was seven years old when her self-titled pop album was released. Fueled by a cocktail of Fruit Roll-Ups and Sprite, I danced around my room to "Why Can't I?" on repeat until I collapsed into bed. As a teen, I found my dad's copy of Exile in Guyville and cried in my car to "Fuck and Run" and "Divorce Song." In college, I dug deeper into the archives. I downloaded her Girly-Sound demo tapes from a questionable online forum and became obsessed with deep cuts like "Ant in Alaska" and "Batmobile." I've had phases with every single one of her albums, but Guyville is her magnum opus—it captures the nuances of womanhood in a way that no other album can (or will). She will celebrate its 30th anniversary by playing the album front to back, along with some additional hits. AV
Revolution Hall (Mon Nov 13)

Depeche Mode: Memento Mori Tour Remind List

Goth pop princes Depeche Mode will bring their Memento Mori tour to Portland in support of their 15th studio album of the same name. Both the album and tour are Dave Gahan and Martin Gore's first as a duo since the tragic passing of Andy Fletcher last spring. The album features co-writing credits from the Psychedelic Furs' Richard Butler, which gives the album an irresistible pop sweetness, reminiscent of their earlier hits like "Just Can't Get Enough" and "Enjoy the Silence." AV
Moda Center (Tues Nov 28)


Common with the Oregon Symphony Past Event List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Thurs Sept 14)

Arctic Monkeys Past Event List

Moda Center (Sun Sept 24)

Sting Past Event List

Moda Center (Tues Sept 26)

The Zombies: Different Game Tour Remind List

Aladdin Theater (Tues Oct 3)

Macklemore: The Ben Tour Remind List

Roseland Theater (Oct 7–8)

Choral Arts Ensemble Of Portland Presents: Annelies - The Voice of Anne Frank Remind List

Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (Oct 14–15)

Wilco Remind List

Keller Auditorium (Mon Oct 16)

Wu-Tang Clan & Nas: NY State Of Mind Tour with De La Soul Remind List

Moda Center (Tues Oct 17)

Hozier: Unreal Unearth Tour Remind List

Moda Center (Wed Oct 25)

Lyric & Spirit: An International Celebration of Women’s Voices Remind List

Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (Wed Oct 25)

Faye Webster Remind List

Crystal Ballroom (Sat Nov 4)

Jonas Brothers: Five Albums. One Night. Remind List

Moda Center (Thurs Nov 9)

The Music of Selena with the Oregon Symphony Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Thurs Nov 9)

Nathaniel Rateliff Remind List

Keller Auditorium (Fri Nov 17)

Aerosmith: PEACE OUT The Farewell Tour Remind List

Moda Center (Sat Nov 25)

The 1975: Still…At Their Very Best Tour Remind List

Moda Center (Fri Dec 1)

alt-j: An Awesome Wave 10th Anniversary Show Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Tues Dec 5)

Kristin Chenoweth with the Oregon Symphony Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Thurs Dec 14)

Portland Gay Men’s Chorus: Make the Yuletide Gay Remind List

Newmark Theatre (Dec 8–10)

Pink Martini: Home(town) for the Holidays with the Oregon Symphony Remind List

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (Dec 20–21)

Portland Cello Project: Under The Mistletoe with Saeeda Wright Remind List

Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (Dec 22–23)

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