6 concerts in Portland this weekend: March 13 to 15

Mar 10 2020, 4:01 pm

This weekend is both Friday the 13th and St. Patrick’s Day, so you better believe that there’s a slew of things to get up to around Portland.

No matter your taste in jams, Portland has always been a welcoming place for music. From rock to jazz to hip-hop and beyond, we’ve got you covered with the six must-see concerts happening in Portland this weekend: March 13 to 15.

Friday, March 13

Grace Potter

What: Catch the return of pop-alt-folk singer-songwriter Grace Potter as she brings her music to Portland on Friday. The 2020 tour celebrates her 2019-released record, Daylight.

When: Friday, March 13
Time: 6:30 pm
Where: Crystal Ballroom — 1332 W Burnside Street, Portland
Tickets: Online

Jason Lytle

What: The Grandaddy of all frontmen, Jason Lytle brings his acoustically mesmerizing serenades to Mississippi Studios in Portland this Friday. Whether you were a fan of his band or his solo work, it’s bound to be a show you will regret missing.

When: Friday, March 13
Time: 6:30 pm
Where: Mississippi Studios — 3939 N Mississippi Avenue, Portland
Tickets: Online

Saturday, March 14

Leslie Odom Jr.

What: Tony and Grammy Award–winning artist Leslie Odom Jr. brings his funky pop to the Hawthorne Theater in Portland on Saturday. If you’re looking for a high-octant good time, this may be the best it gets this weekend.

When: Saturday, March 14
Time: 8 pm
Where: Hawthorn Theater — 1507 SE 39th Avenue, Portland
Tickets: Online

Evan Giia

What: Electronic-pop sensation Evan Giia serves up a powerful live music experience to Portland with her booming singles like “Sidelines” and “Westworld.” Catch this bound-to-explode artist while they’re still in more intimate spaces!

When: Saturday, March 14
Time: 9 pm
Where: Doug Fir Lounge — 830 E. Burnside Street, Portland
Tickets: Online

Sunday, March 15

Glass Animals

What: Glass Animals bring their gooey beats and intricate lyrics to the Aladdin Theater on Sunday, and it’s going to be one of those shows talked about around Portland for months to come.

When: Sunday, March 15
Time: 8 pm
Where: Aladdin Theater — 3017 SE Milwaukie Avenue, Portland
Tickets: Online

Luke Hogan + Who Can Sleep

What: Growing local legend Luke Hogan brings his poetic words and soulful voice back home. Who Can Sleep is an explorative folk-pop duo that sings from the mountaintop, expressing big topics and indie spirit. This is going to be a show-stopping double-header.

When: Sunday, March 15
Time: 6 pm
Where: Alberta Street Pub — 1036 NE Alberta Street, Portland
Admission: Cover charge