New Festival Alert! Project Pabst Music Festival Coming to Portland

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“Our love letter to Portland has been written in the stars for sometime now, and this September we’re on our way to deliver the message first hand. Join us by day, near the banks of the Willamette River, for a one-of-a-kind music experience and an endless supply of Portland’s favorite brew. And then at night Project Pabst invades some of the best music venues in the country, as we honor the city that solidified the bond between Pabst and music of every genre.” — From Project Pabst

The Pabst Brewing Company will let the beer and the music flow at this weekend’s first ever Project Pabst in America’s hipster heartland of Portland, Oregon. The bulk of the three day debut fest will center around Zidell Yards in the South Waterfront District (Saturday, September 27 and Sunday, September 28). Modest Mouse and Tears for Fears will headline along with support from GZA, Violent Femmes, Red Fang, and many more.

The nights will feature concerts around the city (Friday, September 26 and Saturday, September 27)¬†highlighting some of Portland’s best venues like the Crystal and Wonder Ballrooms.¬†Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks and Built to Spill top the list of where to spend your PBR fueled evenings — see the full schedule right here.

Tickets to the event are super affordable with single day passes to the outdoor shows running at $35 and 2-day passes at $60. Night shows will run you anywhere from $10-25.

Day Lineup:
Deap Vally
Grandparents
Guantanamo Baywatch
GZA
K. Flay
Lord Huron
Modest Mouse
Phosphorescent
Red Fang
Rocket from the Crypt
Shabazz Palaces
Speedy Ortiz
Tears for Fears
The Thermals
Violent Femmes
X Ambassadors

Night Lineup:
Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
Built to Spill
Constantines
High On Fire
Menomena
Surfer Blood
Pure Country Gold
Small Black
Craft Spells
Woolen Men
Summer Cannibals
Jacaszek
Christopher Willits
Greg Gives Peter Space
Rival Consoles
Stoneburner
Vektor
Lord Dying
Dead Conspiracy
Burials

Born during a backstage Bonnaroo downpour, Vito's mission in life is to dance, write, and travel to all the great festivals that this wide world has to offer.