Head Up to Portland for Project Pabst Portland Festival Aug. 26 & 27

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Project Pabst Portland Music Festival
Project Pabst Portland Music Festival

Project Pabst returns to Portland, Ore. on August 26 & 27, 2017 at the scenic Tom McCall Waterfront Park. This year’’s daytime festival will feature performances by icons Iggy Pop, Beck and Nas as well as other artists including Father John Misty, Spoon and Die Antwoord; and some up-and-coming artists that we’ve feature on Music in SF like Lizzo, Whitney, Noname, San Fermin and Frankie Cosmos.

Project Pabst offers a unique festival experience, incorporating music, art, hands-on interactive elements, as well as food and beer at “non-festival” prices. Festival goers will be entertained with old school and new school video games in the PBRcade and Pabst Wax—an on-the-spot pressing of vinyl recordings created by festival attendees.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 7 at 10am PDT, and will be available at http://portland.projectpabst.com

Festival Lineup

SATURDAY, AUGUST 26
Iggy Pop
Father John Misty
Die Antwoord
FIDLAR
Lizzo
Pup
Filthy Friends
White Reaper
The Last Artful, Dodgr

SUNDAY, AUGUST 27
Beck
Nas
Spoon
Whitney
Noname
San Fermin
Frankie Cosmos
RVIVR
Lithics

Project Pabst expanded from to four cities in 2016, and in 2017 will return to each—Denver (May 20 featuring Ice Cube, Phantogram, Kurt Vile, Danny Brown & more), Portland, Philadelphia and Atlanta. For additional information and links to purchase tickets, visit www.projectpabst.com. For more information about Pabst Blue Ribbon’s involvement in the arts, visit www.pabstblueribbon.com/music or www.pabstblueribbon.com/art.

An avid drummer whose discography includes albums on Digital Nations (a Steve Vai imprint), music critic Louis Raphael has always kept a pulse on the San Francisco music scene. After many years as the San Francisco Music Examiner for Examiner.com and AXS.com, he decided to start Music in SF® as a way to showcase what the San Francisco music scene really has to offer.

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