Another weekend in the Old Port is fast approaching. Check out everything that is going on this weekend in Portland!
The Thirsty Pig hosts a collaborative tap takeover with beers from Orono Brewing Company and Medusa Brewing Company on the eve of the Maine Brewers Guild Summer Session. The takeover begins at 7 and the beers flow until 9. In addition to all the amazing beer, The Thirsty Pig is partnering with Beeler’s Pork to make a special sausage for this event.
Tegan and Sara with Japanese Breakfast
Head to the State Theater and see Tegan and Sara with Japanese Breakfast. Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Show starts at 8:00. This event is appropriate for all ages!
Friday 8-11 State Theater
Summer Fun on the Porthole Deck!
Is it really summer if you haven’t spent any time at the Porthole? Spend your evening on the deck at the Porthole because summer is too short not to!
OC and the Offbeats at Slab
Warm summer nights are perfect for music, beer and pizza on the patio. OC and the Offbeats’ feel good music will have you grooving all night.
Salsa in the Square with PM Salsa and Primo Cubano
Put on your dancing shoes and head over to Congress Square Park so Salsa in the Square. Don’t be shy, dancers at all levels are encouraged to participate. The evening starts with a ½ beginner lesson and continues with live music and dancing with Primo Cubano.
Eaglemania – Eagle’s Tribute
Don’t forget the Eagle’s tribute show at Aura. Show starts at 9PM.
The State Theater is proud to host American Acoustic from 7-11. Don’t miss this amazing show!
The Awesome brings back the 80’s at Portland House of Music from 8:00am to 1:00am. Break out the windbreakers and tease your hair as big as you can, doors open at 8:00 and the music starts at 9. Make sure to get a babysitter, this is a 21+ event. Tickets are only $8 in advance and $10 at the door.
Summer Session: Maine Brewer’s Guild
Its finally here! The Maine Brewers Guild Summer Session is slated to be the largest brewfest in Maine. Come drink some of the best beers in Maine and from away. There will be live music, beer school classes, and of course food trucks. Don’t be that guy who didn’t get a ticket and sits at home on Facebook looking at all the photos their friends are posting of the event. FOMO is real.
Brunch is the cure for all hangovers. Let’s all meet at The Thirsty Pig after the brewfest for a one of a kind brunch. Food will be served from 11-3. I’ll be that guy with a bloody and one of everything on the menu.
Everybody likes the circus, but you are going to love DreamCycle. Come watch acrobats, jugglers and aerialists as they fuel your imagination and amaze you with jaw dropping performances. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Wilco at Thompson’s Point with Big Thief
Thompson’s Point is an excellent summer concert venue. Wilco will be performing with Big Thief from 7-9. Tickets are $45 in advance, $50 day of show. This show is all ages so feel free to bring the entire family along.
Food for Good
Did you know that there is a connection between what you eat and climate change? Join us at O’Maine Studios and sample great tasting climate friendly dishes from local restaurants and chefs. The fun begins at 1 and continues until 4.
Barre at the Bar
Working out with pizza as an incentive is a no brainer in our book. Meet us at Slab for a Barre class on the patio. After your workout grab a beer, eat some pizza and listen to some live music.