Venues

Studio 2 @New Expressive Works

810 SE Belmont, Portland

N.E.W. is a community of artists, dancers, and creatives located in Inner SE Portland, Oregon. Third Angle’s Studio Series has found a home in Studio 2, an intimate flex-space that brings audiences closer to the music. This building is renowned for its ADA accessibility.

Parking & Directions:

ADA accessible parking is available in the N.E.W. parking lot, located on the east side of the building. Enter on Belmont. Street parking is generally abundant to the south and east of the building, with a large number of spaces usually available just west of SE 7th Ave.  The front of the building is white; enter through the driveway on the east side of the building and the door to the venue is on the SE side of the building off the small parking lot.  There will be a Third Angle flag to help you find the door.

 
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PICA

15 NE Hancock St, Portland

PICA's new home in Northeast Portland’s Eliot neighborhood made its debut at TBA:16, with its impressive 16,000 square feet of space serving as the home of their late-night WORKS programming and several of mainstage programs. 

Parking: Street parking is available in the blocks around PICA.

 
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OMSI's Kendall Planetarium

1945 SE Water Ave, Portland

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is one of the top science museums in the nation and offers brain-powered fun for everyone.  


Parking: Free in both of OMSi's lots after 7pm.

 
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Holocene

1001 SE Morrison St, Portland

Holocene is a music + arts venue, nightclub, and events space in the core of inner-SE Portland. Since the summer of 2003, Holocene has been hosting touring acts from folk to minimal techno, Portland’s own most exciting musicians, unforgettable dance parties, and all manner of arts and multimedia parties that blur the line between highbrow and down-and-dirty.

Parking: About 200 easy street spaces evenings and weekends, and closer to 50 weekdays

 
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