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Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Southwest Naito Parkway and Harrison Street
Neighborhood: Downtown


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MFNW Preview: Beat Connection

Music Stories
For Reed Juenger, music has always been an interdisciplinary pursuit. Though Beat Connection began in earnest as a party-starting DJ duo at the University of Washington, his dorm-bound project has sin   More
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 PETE COTTELL

MFNW Preview: Battles

Music Stories
The idea of a math-rock outfit having enough cachet to be considered a “supergroup” may be a tad silly to the uninitiated, but it may be time to finally humor your barista with the one-man looping   More
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 PETE COTTELL

MFNW Preview: Strand of Oaks

Music Stories
The joke about playing a country song backwards and the singer getting his wife, dog and truck back is all but worn out, but Timothy Showalter has had plenty of reasons throughout the years to t   More
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 PETE COTTELL

MFNW Preview: Milo Greene

Music Stories
Whether it was their intention to create a festival-ready powerhouse or not, the four college friends who comprise Milo Greene are most definitely bound for greatness. Full-on democracy can make even    More
Wednesday, July 8, 2015 PETE COTTELL

The Five Stoniest Artists at the Waterfront Blues Fest

Top 5
Harper & the Midwest Kind (3 pm Thursday) Harper writes six-minute songs that combine harmonica and didgeridoo, and his band has the word “kind” in its name. “Love equals peace equals    More
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 RUSTY FEATHERCAP
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Friday, Aug 07, 2015
Tom McCall Waterfront Park Southwest Naito Parkway and Harrison Street Map

Bite of Oregon

Beaverton's favorite Portland food event returns this year with food from PDX Sliders, Doug Fir and the Fields sports bar. 

11 am-10 pm Friday-Saturday, 10 am-8 pm Sunday. | $6 admission.
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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