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August & September Event Guide

What a gorgeous summer we are having! It should continue through August and well into September - yay! Check out my event guide to see what's happening in our lovely city. Hope to see you out and about at one of these fun events!



August 2 - 4

Pendarvis Farm, Happy Valley

Details here

Did you miss Coachella this year? Me too! Not to worry - Portland has its own music festival, and - bonus - it happens to be the nation's greenest, most sustainable festival which I think makes it even cooler than partying in the desert with celebrities! It boasts an impressive lineup of folk, indie, and bluegrass artists playing on six different stages. This is such a fun event with options to stay and camp for the whole weekend or to just drop in for a day of music.


Portland Burger Week

August 5 - 10

Restaurants throughout Portland

Details here

Who doesn't love a delicious burger - beef, veggie, or otherwise? I sure do. And for $5? From some of the best restaurants in Portland? Yes, please! There are over 60 restaurants participating this year, offering a signature burger for just $5. Get out there and eat some burgers, people!


Providence Bridge Pedal 2019

August 11

Downtown Portland

Details here

The Providence Bridge Pedal will be the 24th annual celebration of two things: Portland's lovely bridges, and cycling! This event attracts around 20,000 participants, and has many different options that range from a kid-friendly 3 mile ride (or walk) to a 23 mile tour of Portland's bridges. Such a fun chance to experience our beautiful bridges car-free!


PDX Adult Soapbox Derby

August 17, 10 am - 4 pm

Mt. Tabor Park, Portland

Details here

This is a uniquely Portland event and is a beloved summertime tradition at Mt. Tabor park! Each year 7,000-10,000 people gather to watch a colorful and entertaining spectacle of over 40 homemade coaster cars powered only by gravity, whimsy, and a lot of attitude. Participants are judged on speed, engineering, art, and more. Sounds like fun! **Please note, because of the tight spaces and fast racing, this event is not stroller or dog friendly.**

Art In The Pearl Festival
August 31 - September 2
Pearl District
Details here
This is a fabulous free event! This Fine Arts & Crafts Festival features art, theater, music, and hands-on activities for people of all ages. It has been recognized as one of the top ten arts and crafts festivals in the nation - time to go check it out!
Feast Portland
September 12 - 15
Various locations
Details here
Now in its eighth year, Feast Portland is a celebration of the amazing food and drink community in Portland. Chefs, winemakers, brewers, farmers, artisans, and makers come together to put on a wide range of events from classes and small dinners to panels and large-scale tasting events. There are many ways to experience this festival - check it out and get involved!


September 12 - 15

Mt. Angel

Details here

Mt. Angel Oktoberfest is a family friendly celebration of the harvest, in traditional German style. With live music, beer and wine gardens, delicious food booths as far as the eye can see, traditional dancing demonstrations and more, this is a unique and super fun event!


Oregon Independent Film Festival

September 14 - 30

Various locations

Details here

The 8th Annual Oregon Independent Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing the best of independent cinema. With a mission to discover great new filmmakers, the organizers search far and wide to find the most engaging movies of the year and then screen those alongside Hollywood premieres. This is a super fun and unique event that takes place in various theaters throughout Portland - attending this will definitely up your cool status!


Building Bridges Family Music Festival

Sptember 21 - 22, 9 am - 5 pm

The Children's Museum

Details here

From the event's organizers: World-class entertainment from award-winning nationally touring musicians and DJ’s—as well as favorite artists from Portland’s vibrant children’s music community—will light up indoor and outdoor stages through the Museum. With dozens of performances and activities, partnerships with community organizations, and thousands of expected attendees of all ages, the festival is designed to celebrate music and childhood in a welcoming, accessible, and inclusive environment.


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- Tiffanie ❤❤❤

Tiffanie Danley | Licensed Realtor in Oregon



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