Tickets & Events in Goose Hollow

Up to 52% Off at Harvey's Comedy Club

Harvey's Comedy Club

Old Town - Chinatown

$30 $15


Cozy club hosts nationally touring standups, including upcoming shows from Rich Vos, Killer Beaz, and Sean Kent

52% Off Murder-Mystery Dinner Show

The Murder Mystery Company

Multiple Locations

$60 $29

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

50% Off at Film Event at Sistah Sinema

Sistah Sinema


$10 $5

Monthly event showcases films by queer women of color and leads into a safe group discussion of the film and subject

Up to 50% Off Improv at Curious Comedy Theater

Curious Comedy Theater

Curious Comedy Theater

$38 $19


Intimate comedy theater hosts weekend shows filled with sketch, standup, and improv

Clinton Street Theater – Up to 51% Off Movie

Clinton Street Theater

Hosford - Abernethy

$26.50 $13

Enjoy classic and independent movies while munching popcorn or dress up as your favorite Rocky Horror character for a midnight screening

Trey Parker's "Cannibal! The Musical" – Up to 54% Off

"Cannibal! the Musical"

Alberta Rose Theatre

$52.50 $24


Trey Parker and Matt Stone's darkly funny musical based on the true story of a gold prospector accused of cannibalism

50% Off Movie Tickets and Sodas

Joy Cinema and Pub


$20 $10


Retro-styled cinema showcases current Hollywood hits as viewers sip large sodas or pint glasses of microbrew

45% Off Movie Tickets and Popcorn

Kiggins Theatre

Esther Short

$16.50 $9

Catch a classic flick with a friend at a landmark community theater that's been around since 1936

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra – Up to 58% Off

"Piano Concerto for Two Pianos" and "Symphony No. 7 Leningrad"

Skyview Concert Hall

$72.25 $30


Pianists Orli Shaham and Igal Kesselman join forces for Mozart's concerto; Shostakovich symphony explores the horrors of WWII

The Oregon Renaissance Festival of Hillsboro – 50% Off

The Oregon Renaissance Festival of Hillsboro

Northeast Hillsboro

$31.90 $15.95

Actors dressed in period garb gallivant amid armored jousters, hand-powered rides, and a marketplace packed with Renaissance goods

Up to 53% Off Entry to Health and Gluten Expo

Healthy Living & Gluten Free Expo

Central Area

$20 $10

Over 50 vendors and nine speakers preach how to eat healthier and deal with dietary limitations during expo that features live cooking demos

Up to 53% Off at The Bite & Brew of Salem

The Bite & Brew of Salem

Riverfront City Park

$10 $5

Three-day festival gathers more than 60 Oregon breweries, Willamette Valley wineries, and local restaurants at riverside park

51% Off Entry to the Film Triathlon

The Film Triathlon


$180 $89

Teams of filmmakers shoot, edit, and score their own films for competition in local film series

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Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra satiates culture-hungry eardrums with creative, conceptual concerts studded with guest string-stars from across the country. The British Influence adheres to its name, focusing on three non-British composers—Romantic-era maestro Felix Mendelssohn, German composer Max Bruch, and 20th-century Australian pianist Percy Grainger—that were inspired to orchestrate masterful works after brushes with the landscapes, traditions, or culture of England, Ireland, and Scotland. Accomplished violinist and Portland native JiYun Jeong joins the symphony once again, helping to weave a tapestry of royal reminiscence on Bruch’s Violin Concerto no. 1 in G Minor.

1838 SW Jefferson St

• For $30, you get two general-admission seats (a $20 value), two hot dogs and two sodas (a $20 value), and two log-slice souvenirs (a $20 value, total value of $60) • For $10, you get two general-admission seats (a $20 value)

1844 SW Morrison St

• For $22, you get two lower-level reserved tickets (a $44 value). Reserved seating preference starts from section 96 through section 92 and will move to the west side of the stadium if needed. • For $32, you get two 50-yard-line tickets (a $64 value). Seats will be in section 118 on a first-come, first-served basis.

1844 Southwest Morrison Street

Cinema 21 may offer daily showings of new Hollywood and independent flicks, but it also tries to get patrons interacting more with movies, rather than simply coming to see a blockbuster and then leaving. It does this by following up screenings with Q&A sessions with major filmmakers, including Wim Wenders and Steven Soderbergh. The theater hosts fun sing-along screenings as well, which invite attendees to belt out the tunes of their favorite movie musicals. Cinema 21 even brings international work to American shores by participating in several film festivals throughout the year.

616 NW 21st Ave.

Portland musicians bask in peer recognition while fans savor celebrity appearances and thrilling performances at The Portland Music Awards, a red-carpet event championing the best of the Northwest music scene. Resembling the Grammy Awards without the pig Latin acceptance speeches, the PMAs grace the historic environs of the Crystal Ballroom to disperse 22 awards in categories honoring genres, clubs, radio stations, and record stores, and a lineup of musical acts and celebrity appearances peppers the evening with songs, jokes, and Portland pride. The show showcases an eclectic lineup of acts, from Kandles at Nine with Deen Castronovo from Journey, as well as founding Heart guitarist Roger Fisher and “867-5309/Jenny” instigators Tommy Tutone. Hot-shot celebrities, including Daniel Baldwin, comedian Dax Jordan, and Bethy Rossos also appear in the three-hour show, which is broadcast live on Freedom 970 AM and taped in HD for a later television broadcast. The PMAs are voted on by the public and by genre professionals, unlike the Grammys or VMAs, which just throw a bingo marker into a room of buttered weasels.

1332 West Burnside Street

The bumping beats and hearty eats of Element Restaurant & Lounge act as a siren song to party-loving palates. Bring a bathing suit and dive into a drink menu boasting more than 25 inimitable mixed drinks, such as the Dragon Blush martini made from dragonberry Bacardi rum, white grape, strawberry syrup, soda, and the fang of one Hungarian Horntail ($8). Libationistas can also saddle up to the bar with the Kentucky Breakfast concoction, made from smoked peach whiskey, organic maple syrup, and apple cider ($8), or choose from a wealth of beers such as Tecate ($3), Caldera Amber ($4), and the Anderson Oatmeal Stout ($4).

1135 SW Morrison St