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All Together Now-Beatles Sing Along

Sunday March 29th @ 5:00pm

It’s time to come together (right now) to sing and enjoy your favorite Beatles’ songs.
All Together Now (aka Brothers Dunne and Tom Meyer)provides the lyric sheets, rhythm instruments, and the live music to back you up; you provide your voice and 60′s spirit. In other words, the band plays and you sing your heart out to the best of the Fab Four. BYOBA (bring your own Beatles attire), BYOBA (bring your own British accent), and this is a family event so definitely bring the kids.

Baby Ketten Karaoke

Every Tuesday night we have karaoke from 9pm – 1am!
Visit Baby Ketten Karaoke’s website for more!

Barley Draught Celtic Band

Sunday March 15th @ 5:00pm

8 piece Celtic Band

Bellow Bridge - Celtic Music

Saturday March 21st @ 6:00pm

Celtic Music

Bingo & Bourbon with Brian Perez

Bottom Shelf Band, Amorus

Thursday March 5th @ 8:00pm

Two live bands that combine hip hop and rock.

Chervona Bambino, The Dolomites

Thursday March 12th @ 8:00pm

Curtis Reynolds, Brittany Bardwell

Tuesday March 17th @ 6:00pm

Darlin' Blackbirds

Friday March 20th @ 6:00pm

Dead Men Talking

Sunday February 15th @ 8:00pm

Dedric & the Social Animals

Sunday March 8th @ 8:00pm

Diana Chittester

Saturday January 31st @ 6:00pm

New to Portland singer,songwriter.

Down Home Music

Friday February 27th @ 6:00pm

gypsy jazz, bluegrass, blues and folk, acoustic music.

Down Home Music is a group that plays all genres acoustic. Similiar to what you would hear on a front porch, DHM captures an organic sound that is full of energy and passion. DHM has been catching people’s ears wherever they go.

Fat Tuesday Music & Dancing

Tuesday February 17th @ 7:00pm

Following the Fat Tuesday Parade on Mississippi Avenue, members of Too Loose Cajun Band and special guests will provide an authentic New Orleans experience.

Fez Fatale

Friday March 13th @ 6:00pm

Fez Fatale has a style that is tricky to describe. Some call us quirky. Others refer to us as eclectic. We like to think of ourselves as a versatile ensemble that feels equally at home between loungy jazz, driving rock, and swinging rockabilly (to name a few). The best way to understand where we’re coming from is to hear for yourself.

Filthy Fan Fiction

Sunday March 22nd @ 8:00pm

This event will be a group of writers reading their fan fiction; adults only and not for the prudish.

Hungry, Hungry Hip Hop

Sunday March 29th @ 8:00pm

Showcase of local hip hop performers.

Jenny Sizzler

Travolta Rock.
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Kafana Klub, Trio Tsuica Balkan music

Thursday February 12th @ 8:00pm

Karaoke from Hell

Saturday February 28th @ 9:00pm

An amazing live band has a large list of songs you can choose from – the band plays them and you sing them.


Krewe Loose Cajun Band

Saturday January 31st @ 9:00pm

Tonight’s band is comprised of some members from Too Loose Cajun Band and other performers who are involved with the Misty Krewe group of expats form New Orleans who organize events in the spirit and style of authentic New Orleans events. There will be dancing and fun!

Lazy Champions

Sunday February 15th @ 5:00pm

Smart, original acoustic rock
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Life During Wartime Talking Heads Tribute

Saturday March 7th @ 9:00pm

“Life During Wartime has been hitting the stages of local clubs since last August and has already generated significant buzz, not only for their exuberant interpretations of legendary Talking Heads hits like Burning Down the House, Once in a Lifetime, and Psycho Killer, but also for their attention to the complete Talking Heads experience – the signature licks and sounds, costumes, and stage props.”

Lincoln Crockett & Jim McKeon

Saturday February 28th @ 6:00pm

Lincoln Crockett plays mandolin and guitar in folk, sock and bluegrass styles. He plays with electric guitarist Jim McKeon tonight.

Lindsie Feathers & Bob Schumaker

Friday March 27th @ 6:00pm

Blues duo

Lorna Miller Little Kid's Jamboree, $5 per family

Lorna’s Little Kids’ Jamboree is an interactive event for kids, parents, grand-parents, neighbors and friends. The Jamboree is available for venues large or small and is truly a family affair. Simple rhythm instruments, songs, imagination and movement are a part of the music Lorna and her guitar present. The emphasis is on having fun with your kids while playing music together.

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Lost Creek bluegrass

Tuesday March 31st @ 6:00pm

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Malachi Graham

Sunday February 8th @ 5:00pm

New old songs steeped in history, poetry, & ole-time Americana. 
Malachi Graham channels her Portland matriarchy in new old songs powered by family lore and ole-time Americana. With a voice that is equal parts Loretta Lynn and 1920s chanteuse, Malachi sings of lost teeth, sleepwalkers, great poets, and ill-fitting historical undergarments. She’s also a writer, historian, and cartographer who has lived in Portland, Spain, and Maine.


Tuesday March 10th @ 6:00pm

Hard Travelin’ Folk Music
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Melao de Cuba

Friday March 20th @ 9:00pm

Melao de Cuba: 100% Cuban Salsa Orchestra plays danceable music that uplifts your spirit.
Melao de Cuba is lead by Virginia López


Mo Phillips, Red Yarn, Johnny Keener & Jason,

Thursday February 12th @ 5:00pm

Ridiculous Family Freak Out

Mo Phillips is a musician based in Portland, OR, who has released a couple of Americana/Neil Young-like albums for grownups (The Boat, 2004; Homemade, 2006), and Train Beard follows his stylistic leanings, except with kid subjects and lyrics this time ’round. Guitars, harmonica, organ, and the occasional bongo provide the majority of the instrumentation on Train Beard, supplemented by Phillips’ down-to-earth vocals.

You may recognize Keener from his weekly gig, Jam with Johnny, at the Portland Children’s Museum. Armed with his acoustic guitar, Keener performs sing-along family favorites to a group of enthusiastic participants. The kids are delightfully uninhibited and Keener skillfully entices them to shout, sing, clap, and even stomp their way through every set.

Mr. Ben's Valentine's Day show

Saturday February 14th @ 6:00pm

Mr. Ben: music for kids

Children’s music, ages 6 and under
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Nolan Ford

Sunday March 15th @ 8:00pm

Oregon Trailers

Saturday February 21st @ 6:00pm

Honky tonk and classic country.

Pilon D'Azucar - Salsa Dance Party

Saturday March 21st @ 9:00pm

Plant Eater & Friends

Sunday February 8th @ 8:00pm


Saturday March 14th @ 9:00pm

Pura Vida Band, Dance Party

Friday March 13th @ 9:00pm

Pura Vida Band is a group of premiere salsa performers from a variety of Latin American countries.

Quiz Jr.: for Families

Bring your kids down for this family team trivia quiz.

Quizissippi Team Trivia

Quizissippi Team Trivia hosted by Molly Newman. Voted Best Trivia in Portland by the readers of the Portland Mercury. “PDX Approved” 2014
Wednesdays, 7:00 pm, sing up is at 6:30pm.
Ready for “the best trivia on Wednesday nights on Mississippi Avenue?” Grab your friends and head down to Quizissippi for a night of questions, answers, music, movies, pizza, beer and general mayhem. Teams of up to five players compete for cash prizes, and even bottom-scoring teams can take home a gift certificate. From physics to pop culture, there’s a topic for everyone. Check out for upcoming themes and bonus items. New players get bonus points just for showing up! Sign-ups start at 6:30. Quizzing starts at 7:00. Admission is $2/player. Intended for adults.

Rats Gone to Rest String Band

Tuesday March 3rd @ 6:00pm

Rats Gone to Rest String Band

Tuesday March 24th @ 6:00pm

Red Yarn kids show

Songs & Puppets! Red Yarn (Andy Ferguson) is one of Portland’s favorite performers. He gets the kids participating in his shows and his songs draw from the great American songbook of folk music. Adults enjoy him as much as the kids! Join us each week for dinner and a show with Red Yarn! His shows are 5 pm to 6pm every Thursday.

Red Yarn, Mo Phillips, Johnny Keener & Jason

Thursday March 12th @ 5:00pm

Once a month, Red Yarn shares the stage with these other kid’s performers. It’s from 5-7pm

Ritim Egzotik: Raq the Casbah

Saturday March 7th @ 6:00pm

Raq the Casbah February with Lilah Z!

Join Mid East ensemble Ritim Egzotik for another fun filled Raq the Casbah as they play classic Arabic and Turkish music with a great variety of area Belly Dancers in the wonderful Mississippi Music Room!

Our Featured Dancer for February is…

Plus Portland dancers…
Aleksandra, Cassandra Rose, Morgan, Sueleika

This is a family friendly community show that encourages participation of all levels and ages of dancers. There is also plenty of open dance time for the audience.

Saturday, February 7th, 2015, 6-8pm
Adults $5 suggested donation, no one turned away!

Ritim Egzotik brings the fascinating melodies and exciting rhythms of epic mid east music of the 20th century, using traditional and modern instruments.

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Rogue Bluegrass

Sunday February 22nd @ 5:00pm

Sam Cooper, Idle Hands

Sunday February 1st @ 8:00pm

San Lorenzo,Helens, Loser Boyfriend

Sunday March 1st @ 8:00pm

Indie Rock

Skidmore Bluffs

Tuesday February 3rd @ 6:00pm

Sloe Loris duo

Tuesday February 10th @ 6:00pm

This acoustic guitar duo perform original songs. Seth Altshuler and Derek Clark.

Soul Progression, Cellar Door, Willow House

Saturday February 21st @ 9:00pm

Tallulah's Daddy: for kids

Matt Lynch and friends play for the kids.

Tallulah's Daddy: for kids

Wednesday March 25th @ 5:00pm

Temporary Lesbian Bar, DJ & Dancing

Friday January 30th @ 9:00pm

This free event is a pop up bar that happens once a month.

Temporary Lesbian Bar, DJ & Dancing

Friday February 27th @ 9:00pm

Temporary Lesbian Bar, DJ & Dancing

Friday March 27th @ 9:00pm

Ten Spiders

Thursday February 5th @ 8:00pm

Newgrass, rock, bluegrass

The Alphabeticians

Upbeat, fun, quirky, original music for kids and families
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The Ed Haynes Show

Thursday February 26th @ 8:00pm

Local Singer, songwriter plays a monthly show including spoken word and humor.

The Ed Haynes Show

Thursday March 26th @ 8:00pm

The Peculiar Tales of the S.S. Bungalow: Family Show

Sunday March 8th @ 5:00pm

Big World Audio presents a family friendly show.

The Ukeladies

Saturday March 28th @ 9:00pm

This group of women perform a surprising variety of songs with beautiful vocal harmonies and ukuleles.

Three for Silver

Friday February 20th @ 6:00pm

This trio of banjo bass, accordion and violin is hard to categorize; their original music is influenced by 20′s and 30′s jazz, classical, eastern european gypsy music, blues, folk and much more.

Three for Silver

Saturday March 14th @ 6:00pm

This trio of banjo bass, accordion and violin is hard to categorize; their original music is influenced by 20′s and 30′s jazz, classical, eastern european gypsy music, blues, folk and much more.


Toy Trains: for kids

We love rocking your kids’ socks off! Playing gigs and seeing your kids dance like little crazy puppets.

Train River bluegrass

Sunday March 22nd @ 5:00pm

Water Tower, Alex Salcido of The Harmed Brothers

Friday March 6th @ 9:00pm

Water Tower

Alex Salcido of The Harmed Brothers

Whim Grace

Tuesday February 24th @ 6:00pm

Whim Grace is a singer/songwriter, pianist and guitarist with rotating back-up members.


Whiskey Puppy

Saturday March 28th @ 6:00pm

Bluegrass old time madness!

Wicky Pickers

Sunday March 1st @ 5:00pm

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Wild Bells, 1776, Private Boat

Friday February 6th @ 9:00pm

Indie Rock show: It’s a rock extravaganza with 1776Wild Bells and Private Boat. Oh, yeah! Local upstarts 1776 will be fresh back from a show in Las Vegas and will be playing songs from their upcoming album. And this is the first show in 4 months for powerpop sextet Wild Bells – plus they have 2 new members making their debut. And of course, Private Boat will be switching instruments and blowing minds to start the show. The show starts at 9 sharp and the cover is 7 bucks, so come on down!.

Wild Rabbit, Anne-Marie Sanderson

Thursday March 19th @ 8:00pm