A mix of beautifully restored old buildings and more modern structures make up Georgia's music venues, each with its own intrinsic style.
Enjoy live music for great prices at this awesome venue. The incredible acoustics remind visitors that it was once a Baptist church, specially designed with live performances in mind. Since the 1960s, it’s been one of Portland’s most popular concert settings, and with its plush décor, it’s easy to see why.
With its famous bouncing dancefloor that moves with the audience, the Crystal Ballroom is one of the most well known Oregon music venues. Playing host to musicians from all genres, this beauty hails back to 1914.
DJs and electronic music make this one of Portland’s best-loved venues – come here if you want to dance hard into the night. But it’s not all about music: Holocene also offers book launches and poetry readings.
Welcoming musicians from an eclectic mixture of genres, the Ashland Armory always makes for a great night out. This historic venue once served as a training ground for the National Guard and its history is mirrored in its elegance today.
: This good, old-fashioned rock venue offers an intimate viewing experience. Don’t miss the weekly radio show, where members of the audience are encouraged to interact with the performers.
From music on the lawn to concerts over the river, Oregon's outdoor music scene is hard to beat.
Situated on the banks of the Deschutes River, the Les Schwab Amphitheatre has hosted some of the world’s best musicians since the early 20s. The venue holds around 80,000 people, though you should still book early if you want to get a ticket!
Offering concerts on the lawn, Edgefield is a favorite place among locals when it comes to Oregon outdoor music venues.
What could be better on a summer’s day that honkytonk piano? Relax on the patio, eat and drink, and listen to some great music.
Every summer, Oregon Zoo opens up its gates and welcomes visitors to its lawn for a host of concerts set against the backdrop of the lovely Forest Park. From June to September, you’ll find a fantastic selection of music events held here.
Set on the North Plains, just outside of Portland, the beautiful and secluded Horning's Hideout hosts several family0friendly concerts each year.
While Oregon plays host to some of the world's top musicians and artists, it's also a great place to catch new acts.
Offering free Sunday concerts and great food, Rontoms is the place to discover new acts and independent music. With its hip ambiance, this is the place to chill out.
Throughout the week, Lola’s Room attracts new acts. Located below the Crystal Ballroom, this venue is one of Oregon’s hippest joints. Offering more intimate events than its big sister, Lola’s Room makes for a cool night out.
Reputed to be a speakeasy during the 30s, modern-day Kelly’s Olympian is undeniably a Portland institution. Rising talent performs here almost every night but Sunday, when the bar hosts its popular open-mic night.
Set in the Hawthorn Theatre, this 100-spectator theatre is the perfect place to see fledgling acts perform in an intimate setting. Offering handcrafted cocktails and a delicious array of snacks, the Lounge is certainly worth a visit.
Hosting free performances from Monday to Sunday, this is a great place to see new acts and meet them, too. You’ll also find world-class musicians performing here, and the Sunday open mic night is popular among locals.