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The Dirty Sexy Chocolate Show The Dirty Sexy Chocolate Show returns for a fourth year, combining elements of cabaret and cooking shows to fill your Valentine's Day with singing, dancing, music, sock puppets, and last but not least, a decadent chocolate dessert prepared live on stage by CheffyPants and his sexy kitchen crew. An Emo Valentine's Day No Vacancy takes a look at all the hearts and chocolates and roses plastered all over this holiday and says "fuck all that" with this DJ night that screams its lungs out with throwback pop, punk, alternative, and emo classics.
Wear black if you've got some you've got some. Enjoy three courses of craft cocktails created for the special occasion and an array of small bar snacks, and get to know how each drink was designed and crafted. Love Bites Valentine's is sometimes not romantic, or warm 'n' fuzzy, or any other mushy, lovey-dovey feeling you can conjure up in your head. Sometimes the holiday is more like a straight-up horror-show, and that's where Fear PDX comes in, staging a full weekend's worth of haunted house madness in honor of this Hallmark holiday.
Pontypool CoHo presents their production of Tony Burgess' cult-favorite satire, about a small-town wanna-be shock jock who finds himself stuck in the middle of a zombie apocalypse—not that an apocalypse is gonna stop him from broadcasting or anything. You might be like "Wait, how the hell is this Valentines-y? Don't forget to check out our Valentine's Day Things To Do calendar for even more lovey-dovey things to do! Suite , Portland, OR Valentines on a Boat!
Celebrate Love, Portland Style! Subscribe to The Portland Mercury 's newsletter Subscribe. You might also be interested in these: For a list of participants, venues, and showtimes, click here. Erotic City You gotta have some serious nerve to step into the purple high-heeled booties of Prince, and luckily Portland's premier tribute band, Erotic City, has the chops to back it up. Night 1 Celebrate '80s weekend at the Crystal with a special two-floor installment of their recurring but now super-sized Video Dance Attack, keeping MTV's golden era burning bright by projecting classic music videos on giant screens and rattling the dance floor with a thumping sound system.
Downstairs is your haven for the night. Tritonal The renowned DJ and production duo comprised of Dave Reed and Chad Cisneros bring their electro house, future bass, and trance stylings through the Roseland for a headlining show.
I was lucky enough to witness a gloriously claustrophobic show where Nickatina and the late Mac Dre traded legendary sets in the spirit of grassroots Blackness. The true essence of hip-hop was indelibly palpable that night, and changed my life forever. NW Coffee Beer Invitational We have our collection of quirks and foibles here in the Pacific Northwest, but damned if we don't know how to brew things. Beer and coffee, especially!
And for the sixth straight year the Goose Hollow Inn puts up a very big tent, and invites a lot of brewmasters and coffee roasters to come together and see what sort of drinkable magic they can make together.
Jacob Collier An evening of jazz, funk, soul folk, and Brazilian-influenced music with two-time Grammy-winner singer, arranger, composer, and multi-instrumentalist out of London who is currently touring in support of a new four-volume musical project, titled Djesse. Since the power duo has hosted Andaz—their monthly bhangra, Bollywood, and desi bass dance party the longest running on the West Coast —and let me tell you, it is WILD.
There were flashing lights and Bollywood movies playing on TVs. The air was thick with moisture, so thick that I'm pretty sure it was condensing on the ceiling. Surrounded by energetic dancers, DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid inundated late-night revelers with rhythms from South Asia and beyond.
Young Whether under his own name, with the folky Crooked Fingers, or the rocking Archers of Loaf, songwriter Eric Bachmann has consistently delivered some of the best tunes to be found. Belmont Fermentorium 1st Anniversary Throwdown Modern Times isn't just having a birthday party—they're throwing down , which is a marked step-up in party ambitions, and they're looking to make good on that promise with a full day of special brews on tap, including a few from their friends at Highland Park Brewery.
At its best, Cursive is wickedly cathartic, an almost naughty trip back in time to the white-hot joy of an adolescent tantrum. It would seem Kasher finally found something evil enough to justify his rage, and his band sounds renewed, ready, and righteous. The messages in the music sadly still resonate to a modern audience, but they no longer have to be delivered from the shadows. Night 2 Close out '80s weekend at the Crystal with two-floors worth of headbanging, thrashing, and putting up the horns to the acidwashed, hair-teased throwback sounds of the Northwest's best tribute bands.
Sam Lipsyte Author Sam Lipsyte is a lot of things: Wish You Were Here" tour comes through town. Soft Machine, Moraine British proggers Soft Machine were the leading lights of the jazzy, improvisational Canterbury Scene, and their first four albums are among the best and most influential albums of avant-rock ever recorded.
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Since the power duo has hosted Andaz—their monthly 10 for $ Your Best Bang-for-the-Buck Shows in Portland, Jan 10 for $ Your Best Bang For the Buck Shows, Feb by Mercury Things to Do Staff. Mississippi Street Fair It makes sense that one of Portland's busiest streets is also home to one of 10 for $ Your Best Bang for the Buck Shows, Jul by Mercury Staff Jul 8, 10 am, free, all ages from Second City and the Annoyance Theater for an evening of what will surely end up being a wet. 3 days ago Anyway, yeah, considering what a ridiculous clown show of indignities the last two-plus years have been on the daily, you deserve some.