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Oct 4   New review for Biddy McGraw's.
3.0 out of 5 stars  Doesn't exist anymore.

Oct 4   New review for East Burn.
5.0 out of 5 stars  Probably the best open mic in the Portland area. Starts on time, good sound system, good audiences. A great place to try new music, comedy, and so forth.

May 22   New review for Duff's Garage.
5.0 out of 5 stars  Best place for any event. https://paydaysunny.com/payday-loans.html

Mar 14   New review for Alberta Street Public House.
2.0 out of 5 stars  It's got a great sounding PA, good sound person, and is nice aesthetically, but they charge the band for the sound guy, so unless you can pull about 50 people…

Sep 19   Pink Feather was added .

Sep 19   Rock Hard Venue PDX was added .

Venues in Portland, OR Metro

  • Cheerful Tortoise, The

     NW Portland   1 out of 5 stars
    Latest review: “Room wraps around giant central bar; stage not visible to much of house. Favorite quote: Booker: "Where are all your people? I expected a better turnout." Musician: "It's 8:30 PM,…”
  • Cinetopia

     Vancouver, WA
  • Clyde's Prime Rib

     NE Portland   4 out of 5 stars
    Genres: mostly funk/R & B, a little blues, jazz sunday
    Latest review: “Expensive old fashioned dinners, nice 60s decor, looks like a bar in a Perry Mason show, loyal clientele, excellent staff, owner is a real music lover. He would rather book…”
  • Common Grounds Coffeehouse

     SE Portland   5 out of 5 stars
    Genres: Open Mic, acoustic, rock, blues, etc.
    Latest review: “This venue does not actually show live music.”
  • Common Grounds Coffeehouse

     SE Portland   5 out of 5 stars
    Genres: Open Mic, acoustic, rock, blues, etc.
    Latest review: “No longer hosting open mics.”
  • Corkscrew Wine Bar

     SW Portland
    Genres: Acoustic, Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Jazz, Classical
  • Crystal Ballroom

     Downtown Portland   2 out of 5 stars
    Latest review: “This is technically a concert hall, not a music club. Beautiful spring-loaded dance floor and murals. Capacity in the low thousands. Great place to play if you're a headlining band.…”
  • Dante's

     Downtown Portland   2 out of 5 stars
    Latest review: “Mostly rock, hard rock, and metal. Spitting distance from at least three strip clubs, there's a lot of hair and fishnets, like our own little sunset strip. Not sure if…”
  • Disjecta

     N Portland
  • Double Mountain

     NW Portland   3 out of 5 stars
    Genres: "Rock, Blues, Americana, Jam-Band"
    Latest review: “Food & Beer good. pay purported to be decent. Performance space leaves something to be desired - it's basically a keg loading space. Smooth concrete, parallel wall box with a…”