portland eclipse

Monday was incredible, right? There hasn’t been a full solar eclipse like this in the United States since 1979, and Portland got 99.2% of the sun blocked out right around 10:19 AM. But now, in what some are calling, “life after the eclipse,” everything feels dull and pointless. What do you do after an event like this?

Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered (not like the sun, but nonetheless).

Check out these shows coming to Portland in the days following the big event.

The night after the eclipse.
Recommendation: Let these cool indie rockers get you through the first night after.
Who: There is No Mountain
When: August 21st at 7 PM
Where: Secret Society
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TWO nights after the eclipse.
Recommendation: Dreamy electro-soul will take you on a jazzy future-pop extravaganza.
Who: Coco Columbia
When: August 23rd at 9 PM
Where: Mississippi Studios
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THREE nights after the eclipse.
Recommendation: Let the slacker rock and fuzzy guitars wipe away your tears.
Who: Battleme
When: August 24th at 9 PM
Where: Doug Fir Lounge
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FOUR nights after the eclipse.
Recommendation: If all else fails, this old-school folk rock will take you on a journey (or just tell you to give them a drink).
Who: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
When: August 25th at 7 PM
Where: Cuthbert Amphitheater
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No doubt about it, the times after the big event will be hard but with shows like this, we’re sure you’re going to be able to make the best of it and take the necessary steps to continue moving forward. There’s nothing quite like music to get us through a post-eclipse world.

See you out there!


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