This is Portland, the land of books. Our own unique book festival has it all: Narrative, non-fiction, Fiction, Poetry! This one day literary arts festival will feature over 100 authors and 15 writitng workshops, author readings, community stages, a Lit Crawl, and satellite bookstores within The Portland Art Museum, The Old Church, the other various venues across the city.
Coastlands and Dayluta Means Kindness At The Know
Pristine Pacific Northwest Prog Rock for rainy evenings.
Siren Nation Presents Lenore. with Cave Clove at Mississippi Studios
Autumnal hymns and spellbinding harmonies.
Manatee Commune At Holocene
Dance the night away to candied beats by Bellingham, Washington artist Grant Eadie.
Amenta Abioto/Dolphin Midwives/Pulse Emitter at Mothership Music
Three of Portland’s finest ambient and electronic artists showcase their otherworldly powers.
Legacy: Chuck Palahniuk’s Off-Color Novella For You To Color
That’s right, Chuck Palahniuk has written a novella in the form of a coloring book, illustrated by Mike Norton and Steve Morris. Bring your own crayons and enjoy new songs inspired by the book from Jet Black Pearl, Ian MacKintosh (Mackintosh Braun), Matt Schulte, and Mike Danner. Palahniuk will be in attendance awarding prizes.
Cry Babe, Fantastic Plastic and Charlie Moses at the Firkin Tavern
Witchy Femme Pop in the form of free show in a favorite dive bar.
Dan Savages’s 13th Annual HUMP! Film Festival at Revolution Hall
It’s the last day to check out this voyeurtastic festival at Rev Hall.
Robin Jackson releases Dark Stars at Secret Society
MarchFourth and Vagabond Opera alum celebrates the release of his sophomore album, Dark Stars, at The Secret Society. Read our interview feature on Robin Jackson here.