Image by geralt, courtesy Pixabay After being closed for a year due to COVID, the historic Neptune Theatre in the University District of Seattle is reopening on July 10 for a series of Saturday night shows: July 10 at 9 p.m.—Sango, Dave B, and Stas THEE BossJuly 17 at 7:30 p.m.—Steve HofstetterJuly 24 at 9 … Continue reading The Neptune Theatre in Seattle’s University District is reopening in July
Featured image by Rebecca Jasso from Pixabay Stop at the 5th Street Alley on Sunday, June 13, to hear a free one-hour concert by the Eugene Symphony. The concert features Conducting Fellow Daniel Cho conducting a brass and percussion ensemble. Seating is first-come, first-served. View the full program. This concert is part of the SymphonyGO! … Continue reading Free concert at 5th Street Public Market June 13
Photo by Cheryl Landes Enjoy two classics this weekend: a suspenseful movie at a beautiful renovated theater in Beverly, Massachusetts. The Cabot Performing Arts Center is reopening after an extended closure due to COVID-19. Four screenings of Jaws are scheduled on Saturday, May 29, at 4 and 8 p.m., and Sunday, May 30, at 2 … Continue reading The Cabot reopens Memorial Day weekend with screenings of Jaws
Featured image by Patrim, via Creative Commons The Gorge Blues & Blues Festival, usually held the last weekend of June in Stevenson, Washington, has cancelled again this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. For updates about plans for 2022, check the Gorge Blues & Blues Festival's Facebook page.
Image by Markus Distelrath from Pixabay The 2021 drive-in film series starts at The Lot at Zidell Yards in Portland on Friday, May 28. The season kicks off with E.T.: The Terrestrial. Live concerts and films will be interspersed throughout the summer, until Tuesday, August 3. Tickets are sold online only. See the full schedule … Continue reading Drive-in films return to the Zidell Yards this spring and summer, along with live music
A giant cream puff, one of fair-goers' favorite treats at The Big E in West Springfield, Massachusetts (photo credit: Eastern States Exposition) The Eastern States Exposition, better known as The Big E, has tickets for sale for 17 days of fun in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. This year's dates for the fair are … Continue reading Tickets on sale for the 2021 Big E in Springfield, Massachusetts
The Portland Sunday Parkways encourages city residents and their familieis to walk, bike, run, skate, and enjoy entertainment in their communities. The goal is to encourage everyone to get out and get fit. This year's programming is posted online due to the ongoing restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic. They're designed to allow everyone to have … Continue reading Portland Sunday Parkways is back
Support local small businesses at the next Portland Night Market in the city's Industrial District. This quarterly bazaar, which kicks off for the season on Friday, April 30, is a blend of delicious food and beverages, retail, art, and live music. This year's market will be different because of the ongoing COVID pandemic. The market … Continue reading Portland Night Market returns with a few changes
The 2021 Land of 10,000 Streams Online Music Festival on March 5-7 featured more than 50 artists from Minnesota and neighboring states. Recordings of each half-hour concert are available for streaming on the festival's website. Also listen to interviews from some of the artists. Streaming is free. Donations to the musicians are welcome.
The Seattle Moisture Festival cancelled last year due to COVID, but it's back this year. It's family friendly, and you can watch it from anywhere! This year, the festival fesatures four comedy/varieté shows from April Fool's Day through April 4. The shows on April 1, 2, and 3 start at 7:30 p.m. Pacific time, and … Continue reading Watch the 2021 Moisture Festival from anywhere