Concerts in Buckman


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The last Sunday of every month, stop by Crush with your art supplies—it’s time for the bar’s sexy figure-drawing class. Fortify yourself with a house cocktail, a blend of funky ingredients like prickly-pear purée and house-infused lavender vodka. Other nights, stop by for a drag show or a sing-along choir show.
1412 Southeast Morrison Street
Portland,
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With 58 schools in 23 states, the inspiring and performance-driven School of Rock enthusiastically infuses fledgling tunesmiths across the nation with the rhythm, skill, and confidence required to rock 'n' roll. Each instructor at the school is a professional musician, and fully equipped with the know-how to catapult instrumentalists to the crest of Mount Rockmore.
1440 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland,
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Visit Rontoms for some true American comfort food. Diners who avoid fat need to be careful, though, because Rontoms' menu does not offer low-fat options. Drinks all around! Pair your dinner with a beverage from Rontoms' full bar. Swing by after work for happy hour, featuring a wide range of discounted drinks and appetizers. Rontoms offers patio seating in the warmer months. Between the music and the crowds, Rontoms' noise levels can be intense. Save a seat for man's best friend — this is a dog-friendly restaurant. The restaurant can get tied up on the weekends, so allow yourself time to wait for a table. null Typical diners should plan to spend about $30 per person on Rontoms' moderately priced fare.
600 E Burnside St
Portland,
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Going on a quarter-century in business, Triangle Productions forges into the future under the leadership of founder and executive producer Don Horn. The Sanctuary, meanwhile, lends its spacious, 200-seat auditorium as the troupe's home venue. Outside, an ample parking lot ensures attendees won't have trouble finding a space in which to reenact their favorite scenes after the show.
1785 Northeast Sandy Boulevard
Portland,
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Like the philosophy-based salons and cafes of 19th-century Europe, Funhouse Lounge is a place where locals can revel in local art and entertainment over drinks. On many nights, the stage plays host to local acts showing off skills at karaoke, open-mic comedy, and music. Saturday evenings also welcome local improv groups that take the stage with off-the-cuff comedy scenes. While watching neighbors and friends show off their talents, guests split eccentric appetizers such as Irish nachos made from potato chips, cheese sauce, and sour cream or the Ho Ho trifle. The drink menu is equally as whimsical, with bartenders mixing up carnival-themed drinks such as the Bumper Car with Southern Comfort, amaretto, and sloe gin. The Midway Mojito boasts fresh-squeezed lime and a very slim chance of going home with an oversized stuffed tiger.
2432 Southeast 11th Avenue
Portland,
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Wall Street Nightclub’s goal is simple: as stated on its site, the venue aims to provide entertainment every bit as diverse as its community. Throughout the week, the LGBT venue might pair country music with hip-hop, drag performers with strippers, or DJs with dance videos. Friday nights kick off each month with the "Midwest's largest lesbian dance party," and Sundays see the club transformed into a cabaret. Although its calendar is packed with weekly, monthly, and bicentennial get-togethers, plenty of performances and parties are special one-time-only events, such as standup sets or DJ competitions.
2432 Southeast 11th Avenue
Portland,
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