Thursday, April 26 Naomi LaViolette Oregon Symphony Lullaby Project Concert
This project celebrates the lullabies, a limited number of free tickets are available to the community today, April 16, on this page.
This concert will be very special. All the songwriters and symphony musicians involved will perform. The mothers involved in composing the lullabies will attend. These tickets will go fast, so jump on it if you want to come!
Saturday, April 21 Lilla w/Special Guest, Max Ribner at Jack London Revue
Saturday night offers two particularly great show options for you. The first features former Portlander, Lilla, who will perform at Jack London Revue as part of the Soul’d Out Music Festival. Blending soul, hip hop, and pop with a twist of jazz, Lilla’s music has taken her all over the world opening for many of the big names in music. She has recently released the video to her new single, “Don’t Stop the Music” which has reached the Top 10 on the U.K. music charts. For this show, she brings another fellow Portlander and music world traveler, Max Ribner to share the stage.
Lilla w/Special Guest, Max Ribner at Jack London Revue
Saturday, April 21st
Jack London Revue
529 SW 4th Ave., Portland
Doors at 8, Show at 9 | $10 TICKETS
Also Saturday, April 21 7th Annual Inner City Blues Fest – “Healing the Healthcare Blues”
The second event is a benefit concert for the campaign towards Universal Healthcare; Health Care for All~ Oregon featuring live music from many of Portland’s finest, a silent auction, raffle, and will be simulcast live by KBOO Radio. Performers include: Bloco Alegria, I&I Band Reunion w/ Newel Briggs & Obi Addy, Ken DeRouchie Band, King Louis Pain Quartet & LaRhonda Steele, Kings of the Blues Guitar Tribute w/ Peter Dammann, Michael Osborne & Kenny Blue Ray, Mad as Hell Doctors, Nurses & Interns, Michael Crenshaw, Norman Sylvester Review w/ Sarah Billings, & Lenanne Sylvester-Miller, Shoehorn Sax-Tap man, Steve Cheseborough, Terry Robb, and Tevis Hodge Jr. & Bill Rhoades.
7th Annual Inner City Blues Fest – “Healing the Healthcare Blues”
Sat, April 21st
Eagles No. Portland FOE 3426
7611 N. Exeter Ave., Portland
5 pm | $20 TICKETS
Also Saturday, April 21 Camp Crush, Maurice and The Stiff Sisters, The Loved
Camp Crush, Maurice and The Stiff Sisters, The Loved
The Firkin Tavern
1937 SE 11th Ave, Portland
Sat, Apr 21st
8 pm | Free
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Fusing candid soul and new-school jazz, LA-based trio Moonchild create dreamlike, ethereal compositions that hearken back to the spirit of key influences D’Angelo, Hiatus Kaiyote and J. Most.
10:30 pm Moonchild
w/ special guest
Momo Pixel at 9:15 pm
Soul’d Out Festival 2018 Proudly Presents Moonchild and Momo Pixel at Star Theater
13 NW 6th Ave, Portland (Across From Roseland Theater)
8 pm | $20 TICKETS
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