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Crystal Ballroom

1332 W Burnside St.
Portland, OR
225-0047 | Website
Neighborhood: Pearl District
Categories: Live Music Venue
Features: Dancing, DJs, Landmark
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Price: None
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Once In A Dead Moon

The band that made Fred and Toody Cole Portland punk legends rises again—if just for one night.

Music Stories
Who’s going to tell Fred and Toody Cole they can’t smoke in here? No one at Mississippi Studios, certainly. Upstairs in the North Portland music venue’s green room, the punk-rock power cou   More
Tuesday, December 31, 2013 MATTHEW SINGER

Letter To My 13-Year-Old Self

RE: Third Eye Blind

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Dear 13-Year-Old-Pete: It’s yourself again, from the future. You’re probably sitting in the basement eating Hot Pockets while eagerly awaiting MTV’s Amp and the slim chance they’ll air the co   More
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 PETE COTTELL

Show Preview: Lorde

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[PROTO-GOTH] The latest enfant terrible climbing the charts and roiling the blogs, Lorde recorded her debut album, Pure Heroine, at the tender age of 16 and became the youngest artist to top the B   More
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 JAY HORTON

Show Preview: Mazzy Star, Mariee Sioux 

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[DREAMIEST POP] It’s been 17 years since Mazzy Star released its third album, Among My Swan. The world has changed, but the band’s laid-back, twangy dream folk has not. Never officially brok   More
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 NATHAN CARSON

Primer: The Presidents of the United States of America

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Formed: In 1993, in Seattle. Sounds like: Early Green Day without the fat basslines or affected accents; the Cars without synthesizers; Cheap Trick without all the heavy sociopolitical commentary   More
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 MARTIN CIZMAR
Also At Crystal Ballroom
Sunday, Apr 20, 2014
Crystal Ballroom 1332 W Burnside St. Portland Web | Map

Switchfoot, the Royal Concept

[ALT-ROCK] Even if you don’t realize it, Switchfoot played a role in your ’90s pop-culture experience. Who could forget Mandy Moore’s tearjerking rendition of the band’s song “Only Hope” d ...
8 pm. | $25 advance, $28 day of show. | Age Classification: All ages
Friday, Apr 25, 2014
Crystal Ballroom 1332 W Burnside St. Portland Web | Map

David Alan Grier

From his Shakespeare training at Yale to In Living Color, the preternaturally calm, multitalented Grier blends personal anecdotes and finely crafted jokes to masterful effect.
8 pm Friday, April 25. | $25-$27. | Age Classification: 21+
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