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 1–10 | Festival of Flowers
Pioneer Courthouse Square
See a giant design made from 20,000 flowers during Festival of Flowers in Pioneer Courthouse Square. Flower sale begins June 11 at 8 a.m.
June 7 | 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 5 | 1st Thursday Urban Adventure Run | Fit Right NW
Run begins at 6 pm at 2258 NW Raleigh Street
In our 600-person citywide version of the scavenger hunt, you’ll run or walk your way through Portland and rack up raffle tickets for chances to win prizes from our sponsors. At the end, hang out and relax with a beer and take in some tunes.
June 5 | Museum of Contemporary Craft
The Exhibition Galleries, 4500 square feet on two floors, at any time feature multiple exhibitions that look to the present, future and past of craft through the focused viewpoint of today. Along with featuring some of the leading contemporary national and international artists, exhibitions frequently draw from the rich archives of the MoCC collection, a public legacy of over 1000 objects that documents the active role of both the Museum and the Pacific Northwest in the evolution of craft over the last seven decades.
June 5–15 | Portland Beer Week | Various locations
A 10-day celebration of craft beer in the greatest beer city on earth!
Dedicated to promoting Portland and our diverse craft beer culture, Portland Beer Week is a grassroots organization founded in 2011 as an annual city-wide event. We explore the boundaries and the things that make us great with fun, unique and educational events that take place all over the city with the best in restaurants, breweries, bars, retail stores, bottle shops and more. Attendees of Portland Beer Week can expect to both be entertained and enlightened with creative beer pairing events, beer dinners with some of the cities top chefs, seminars on subjects like barrel-aging and sour beers as well as festivals exploring styles such as the Rye Beer Fest and Portland Fruit Beer Festival. Each year we also select two breweries who collaborate to create the official annual Portland Beer Week beer available in limited quantities in bottles and kegs during beer week.
June 30 | Cher-D2K Tour | The Moda Center
The one and only Cher with special guest Cyndi Lauper!
Cher has been a worldwide superstar for almost 50 years. An Academy Award winning actress, Emmy and Grammy winner, three time Golden Globe winner, Cannes Film Festival Award winner, People’s Choice Award winner, Broadway and film actress, singer, director, documentarian, author and humanitarian and there’s lots more ahead. Cher is the only artist to have a No. 1 song in six decades. Her most recent chart topper “Woman’s World” reached No. 1 on the Billboard Club Play Chart. Her new album, “Closer To The Truth” her first in 12 years will be coming out September 23/24.