Wednesday, June 13

Burna Boy

After working on Drake's More Life last year, Nigerian singer Burna Boy broke out beyond his regional fan base and onto an international stage. Filled with sun-drenched bangers, his mixtape Outside is poised to become this summer's soundtrack. Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 SE 39th Ave., 8 pm. $20. All ages.

Janelle Monae


Janelle Monae has always presented herself as an R&B android, but her new album, Dirty Computer, is a fleshier affair, in terms of both the more personal subject matter and, well, did you see the video with the vagina pants? McMenamins Edgefield, 2126 SW Halsey St., Troutdale, 6:30 pm. Sold out. All ages.

Thursday, June 14

Ezza Rose

For about a decade, Portland's Ezza Rose has been known for her folky sound. But as her new, electric guitar-driven album No Means No suggests, it's time for a change. The Fixin' To, 8218 N Lombard St., 9 pm. $5. 21+.

Portland Horror Film Festival

October isn't the only time when Portlanders like to get spooky—and if we're being honest, it's every day for some of us. The second night of the festival includes short films and a screening of The Ranger, a new psychedelic punk slasher. Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd., 6:30 pm. $20. June 13-16. 

Friday, June 15

St. Johns Night Market

Therapy Stores will host the next St. Johns Night Market, where you can shop for sustainable furniture, handmade jewelry and vintage items that'll make all your worries fade away, until you check your bank account. Therapy Stores St Johns Portland, 8641 N Lombard St., 5 pm.

Brew Camp Fest

(Henry Cromett)
(Henry Cromett)

After a weekend of camping, listening to live music, and drinking beer from Oregon's top breweries in an 80-acre botanical garden, you'll probably leave with more than a few stories that start with "One time, at Brew Camp…" The Oregon Garden, 879 W Main St., Silverton, $125-$300.
All ages.

Saturday, June 16

The Shape of Speed

For its summer exhibit, the Portland Art Museum is basically hosting a car show. The Shape of Speed will include more than a dozen retro-futuristic cars designed during the Great Depression. Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park Ave., 10 am-5 pm. Through Sept. 16. $19.99.

Northwest Deaf Arts Festival

The inaugural Northwest Deaf Arts Festival pairs deaf artists from across the country, including rapper Sean Forbes, with state-of-the-art sound visualization and open-captioning technologies. Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi Ave., 1:30 pm. $80 advance, $100 day of show. 21+.

Sunday, June 17

Father's Day Goat Yoga


What better way to work on that dad bod than Goat Yoga? The latest trend in wellness is giving out free tank tops to all dad-identifying people at its Father's Day event. The Original Goat Yoga-Oregon City/PDX, 17531 S Henrici Road, 1 pm. Sold out.

Pride Parade

Pride parade 2016. (Emma Browne)
Pride parade 2016. (Emma Browne)

Come dressed in glitter and rainbows, or come barely dressed at all, for this year's Pride Parade. Stand on the sidelines and wait to be one of the lucky ones to get candy thrown in your face—and if you do, we ask that you please share. Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Southwest Pine Street and Naito Parkway,, 11:30 am-6 pm. $7. All ages.

Monday, June 18

Sunflower Bean

The Brooklyn band's new album, Twentytwo in Blue, is about the experience of being 22, but with boppy indie pop that's much more Alvvays-meets-Fleetwood Mac than Taylor Swift. Lola's Room at the Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside St., 7 pm. $12. All ages.


For this week's Resistance Series, Clinton Street Theater is screening Gus Van Sant's most recent good movie, the 2008 biopic about slain gay politician and activist Harvey Milk. Proceeds go to the Q Center. Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton St., 7 pm. Free, donations accepted.

Tuesday, June 19

Movie and a Costume: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Only in Portland does wearing a cardigan with sneakers count as a costume. For this screening of the new Fred Rogers documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor?, you're encouraged to come dressed as the beloved kids' TV host. Cinema 21, 616 NW 21st Ave., 7 pm. $9.25.

Portland Pickles

(Hilary Sander)
(Hilary Sander)

The Portland Pickles are the closest thing we have to a major league team, and probably will have for a while. But the games are cheap, fun and all-American as hell. Tonight, they face off against the fearsome Gresham GreyWolves. Walker Stadium, Southeast 92nd Avenue and Holgate Boulevard, 7:05 pm. $7-$13.