Portland Saturday Market | SW Naito Parkway
Market Hours: Saturdays 10am - 5pm, Sundays 11am - 4:30pm
Open every Saturday and Sunday from March-December, this riverside market is the largest continually operating arts-and-crafts fair in the United States. Combining the vibes of an arts show, a live street concert and an open-air bazaar, the Portland Saturday Market has been a beloved Rose City tradition since 1974. In fact, the market is considered the largest continually operating arts-and-crafts fair in the United States, drawing up to 750,000 visitors during its season.
Portland Farmers Market | Portland State University
Market Hours: Saturdays 8:30am - 2pm
The Saturday Market is located at Portland State University in the South Park Blocks between SW Hall & SW Montgomery. A close street address to this market is 1717 SW Park Avenue.
June 3-7 | Rose Festival CityFair | Waterfront Park
Features carnival rides, exhibits, a food fair, beer, and Rozone music concerts.
June 1-9 | Festival of Flowers
Pioneer Courthouse Square
See a giant design made from 20,000 flowers during Festival of Flowers in Pioneer Courthouse Square.
June 6 | Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade
A cherished highlight of the Portland Rose Festival
This popular procession is more than a spectacular floral-filled parade it's a beloved annual tradition. For more than 100 years, Portland families, visitors and community groups have been making memories at the Spirit Mountain Casino Grand Floral Parade. A colorful reflection of local, regional and international communities, the parade draws hundreds of thousands of cheering viewers of every age, along a 4.2 mile route that winds through city streets and across the river.
June 6-7 | Dragon Boat RAces | Waterfront Park
A Waterfront Tradition for 26 Years and Counting!
Watch 80 teams compete in a series of races on the Willamette River.
June 11-21 | PDX Beer Week | Various locations
A 10-day celebration of craft beer in the greatest beer city on earch!
Bars and breweries host dozens of beer-tasting and food-pairing events.
June 13-14 | Portland Pride | Various locations
Come celebrate Oregon and SW Washington's LGBTQ and allied communities with 200 community groups, non-profits and businesses, local edibles and beverages, as well as chart-topping and local artist on the SoundStage from Noon until 6pm!
June 19-20 | Cider Summit PDX | The Fields Neighborhood Park
Cider Summit Portland Celebrates 5th Anniversary!
This will be the 15th Cider Summit produced by SBS and Seattle Beer Collective, having launched the concept in Seattle in September 2010 and expanding to Portland, Chicago, and most recently San Francisco. This year's event will feature over 150 ciders from producers around the country and around the world including regional favorties and international classics.
June 21 | Portland Beer and Cheese Fest
The Commons Brewery
Taste fine cheese paired with local beers on Father's Day.
June 21 | Chicago | Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts
A legendary rock and roll band!
HAiled as one of the "most important bands in music since the dawn of the rock and roll era" by former President Bill Clinton, the legendary rock and roll band with horns, Chicago, came in at #13, the highest charting American band in Billboard Magazine's list of Top 100 artists of all time.
June 26-28 | International Beer Fest | Holladay Park
3-day festival specializing in rare, hard-to-find, exotic beers!
Over 200 world-class beers from 16 countries will be on hand, hailing from all over the planet. Stroll around the beautiful park with a col done as you listen to music play all weekend.
June 27 | World Naked Bike Ride | Location TBA
The Portland version of the World Naked Bike Ride hit the streets!
The World Naked Bike Ride is an annual, worldwide bike ride that highlights the vulnerability of cyclists everywhere and decries society's dependence on pollution-based transport. It's also a lot of fun and it's free for all!
June 27 | B-52s | Cregon Zoo Summer Concerts
The World's Greatest Party Band!
From the timeless gems of "Rock Lobster," "Planet Claire" and "Private Idaho" to the more recent classics "Channel Z" and "Love Shack," the B-52's unforgettable dance-rock tunes start a party every time their music begins.