Bars and houses, acoustic, indie and experimental. Beauty and noise.
Genre-bending electro with Linger & Quiet at Valentine's, 9 PM. 21 and over.Cheesy and catchy, a live 80's cover band The Breakfast Club rocks Bon Jovi, Adams, Springfield, Loggins, Jett, et al. at McMenamins Kennedy School at 7 PM. All ages.22 Friday
Beautiful experimental, minimalist stuff with White Hinterland, Tiger Saw, and Alps of New South Wales at The Wail, 7 PM. All ages.Plucking banjos, mandolins, stand up bass, and violin strings are the bluegrassy boys from Head for the Hills on McMenamins' Great Northwest Music Tour at Edgefield, 7 PM. All ages.Apple Jam from Seattle plays The Beatles at Music Millennium, 6 PM. All ages.23 Saturday
Portland Folk Festival presents buzzworthy experimental bands Akron/Family, Au, and Wow & Flutter at Holocene at 6:30 PM. All ages.Original jazz from the trio of David Friesen, John Gross, and Greg Goebel at Camellia Lounge @ TeaZone, 9 PM. All ages.24 Sunday
Indie rockers The Soft Pack play Music Millennium at 6 PM before opening for Phoenix at the Crystal. All ages.World's Greatest Ghosts, Tempo No Tempo, and The Angry Orts bring supremely stellar indie rock to Rontoms at 9 PM. 21 and over.
For more free shows check out the Portland Concert Co-Op.