Weekend Roundup - July 13th 2018

Could you look up these events yourself? Sure.

But why spend your own time when we already spent ours? Curbside Press brings you a roundup of some cool things going on around Oregon this weekend.

Have fun and stay safe, everyone.

Salem Area

Possum Fest

Possum Fest is a two day farewell event for the Possum House. Friday is the 7th part of the Salem Songwriter Series. Musicians like Andy Alvarez from Sadgasm and Adieu Caribou, and Noah Hall from Whiskey Priest and Class Picture Project, among others, will be there Friday night for an "acoustic night around the campfire!" Saturday will be a music filled day with bands like Impulse Control, Major Hex, Vortex Remover, Kalaloch and several others. Come on down and help say goodbye to the Possum House and celebrate 7 years of "awesome possum-ness."

Fri 13th to Sat 14th - Fri 8:30pm-11:30pm Sat 4pm-12pm

Possum House

(Click on link for Addresss)


Blood Moon Festival Music Fest

The Blood Moon Festival is a collection of local artists striving to create something fresh. They describe the event as "an artist-first, artist-curated, and artist-run music festival." The lineup includes bands like Sleep Millennium, Symmetry/Symmetry, Acting Captain, THMPR, and more!

So if you find yourself in Salem looking for a great indie lineup head over to the Blood Moon Festival.

Sat 14th - 2:00pm-10:00pm

Kathken Vineyards

5739 Orchard Heights Rd NWSalem, OR 97304


Beach, Bacon, and Brews

Though the beach isn't super close to Salem, sometimes it is nice to get out and change things up a bit. Head on down to the Chinook Winds Casino Resort for a charity fundraiser featuring Sunnyvalley Bacon as the exclusive bacon sponsor and Bigfoot Beverages as the brewer sponsor. Come on, how can you get better than altruism, bacon and beer? With over 20 microbrews and ciders you will have plenty of beer/bacon pairing to indulge in.


Sat 14th - 12pm-6pm

Chinook Winds Casino Resort

1777 NW 44th St, Lincoln City, Oregon 97367


McMinnville Area

The 58th Annual Turkey Rama

Turkey Rama. This is the 58th year of McMinnville's oldest and definitely best named tradition celebrating the rich history of McMinnville's turkey heritage. A once thriving industry, now a fun festival with a bit of history tied in. While you take it all in, pass through the carnival and the many attractions to see!

Fri 13th to Sat 14th - 10am-9pm (carnival 12pm-10pm)

Downtown McMinnville

3rd street, McMinnville Or 97128


Portland Area

Mississippi Street Fair

The Mississippi Street Fair in Portland is a great chance to get the family out! This event is benefiting the Boise Business Youth Unity Project – "fostering a stronger community through internships for teens." The Fair will have over 200 vendors and 5 stages for live music.

Sat 14th - 10pm- 9am

Located at N Mississippi and Failing

Portland, Oregon 97214



Harefest is here again! For you that are new to Harefest, it is a yearly festival featuring some of the best tribute bands around. Over 20 amazing tribute bands spread over 3 days. Tribute bands such as Appetite for Deception, a Guns & Roses tribute band, Steelhorse, a Bon Jovi tribute band, and Stone Temple Pilots Tribute band Plush. Though Harefest started Thursday, you can still enjoy two days of non-stop rock.


Thurs 12th to sat 14th - 3pm last show starts at 11;35pm

Pat's Acres Racing Complex

6255 S Arndt Rd, Canby, OR 97013


Harefest For All

Want to go to Harefest but have little ones that make getting to a 21+ event hard? Well then Harefest For All is here to help. Not only that but the event is benefiting the Children's Cancer Association. There will be go karts and you can still get beer and cider if you are over 21. Get out this Sunday and rock out to some tribute bands with the family!

Sun 15th - 11am-7pm

Pat's Acres Racing Complex

6255 S Arndt Rd, Canby, OR 97013


Heavy Tuesdays!

So the weekend is over, it is now Tuesday and you just haven't had enough of the music, what do you do? You head down to the Tonic Lounge for Heavy Tuesdays! As if that isn't already great news, they have TWO BEERS FOR FOUR DOLLARS! It is only $2 to see the two bands, which for those of us that are cheap, is a pretty phenomenal deal. The bands are Skulk, a band that sounds like Rob Zombie's younger sibling (not a bad thing), and Mystrionics, which could be described as a mellower Queen's of The Stone Age, kinda. But both bands are quite unique. If you are in the area Heavy Tuesdays should be on your to-do list.


Tues 17th - 8pm-11pm

The Tonic Lounge

3100 NE Sandy Blvd, East Portland, Oregon 97232

SKULK: https://www.facebook.com/SKULKPDX/ MYSTRIONICS: https://www.facebook.com/mystrionicsmusic/


Eugene Area

Jim Page

Jim Page is a Seattle based American Folk Singer-Songwriter who's politically driven music has been creating conversation since the 70's. With songs like "Hiroshima Nagasaki Russian Roulette" and an impressive resume of activism including convincing the Seattle City Council to stop requiring street performers to obtain a permit to play, Jim Page is kind of a bad ass. Join Mr. Page at the Oregon County Fair in Veneta this Sunday!

Sun 15th - Show starts at 1:30pm

Oregon Country Fair

24207 OR-126, Veneta, OR 97487


Pendleton Area

Pendleton Whisky Music Fest

The Annual Pendleton Whisky Music Fest is here again and this year they have some pretty big names playing. For you country lovers, Blake Shelton will be there and that is probably a big deal for people. Maybe you are more of a hiphop fan? Well how could you be disappointed when Pitbull is going to be there, and he will expect you all to drop it to the floor. You'll also get to drink whiskey which is always a good reason to get out of the house.

Sat 14th - 1pm to 11pm

1205 SW Court Ave Pendleton, Oregon 97801



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