Hello Weekend! June 30th – July 2nd

Written by Reynolds Defense Firm

On June 29, 2023

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Portland is a vibrant city known for its stunning natural beauty, lively cultural scene, and welcoming community. And the Summer is always filled with exciting events and activities that offer a little something for everyone. Below we’ll explore some of the highlights for things to do in Portland during this weekend.

Waterfront Blues Festival: June 30th – July 4th

Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of the Waterfront Blues Festival, one of Portland’s most beloved annual events. From June 30th to July 4th, the festival takes over the Tom McCall Waterfront Park, offering fantastic live performances by renowned blues artists. Enjoy a variety of music genres, delicious food and drinks, and a breathtaking view of the Willamette River. This family-friendly festival also supports the Oregon Food Bank, making it an excellent opportunity to give back to the community while enjoying great music.

Portland Thorns FC vs. Kansas City Current: July 1st

Cheer on the amazing Portland Thorns this weekend as they take on the Kansas City Currents! Get tickets here!

Portland Saturday Market

Immerse yourself in Portland’s creative and artisanal scene by exploring the Portland Saturday Market. Open every Saturday and Sunday, this market offers a wide array of handmade crafts, local artwork, unique jewelry, clothing, and delectable food options. Located at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, it’s a fantastic place to support local artists, find one-of-a-kind souvenirs, and indulge in delicious treats from local vendors. Take a leisurely stroll through the market, enjoy live music, and immerse yourself in Portland’s vibrant culture.

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