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In support of musicians, one dollar from every ticket sold will go to the The Jeremy Wilson Foundation.      thejwf.org
The Jeremy Wilson Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit musicians’ service organization dedicated to providing emergency financial assistance in times of medical crisis and to improving the overall well-being of individual musicians and their families.

In support of musicians, one dollar from every ticket sold will go to the The Jeremy Wilson Foundation.      thejwf.org
The Jeremy Wilson Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit musicians’ service organization dedicated to providing emergency financial assistance in times of medical crisis and to improving the overall well-being of individual musicians and their families.

In support of musicians, one dollar from every ticket sold will go to the The Jeremy Wilson Foundation.     thejwf.org
The Jeremy Wilson Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit musicians’ service organization dedicated to providing emergency financial assistance in times of medical crisis and to improving the overall well-being of individual musicians and their families.

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Night Shows

Please Note -- separate admission tickets required for these performances.
All night shows are 21+. All ticket buyers must present a valid ID upon entry. Lineup subject to change without notice.

Crystal Ballroom

Friday

TBD

Saturday

BADBADNOTGOOD &
Ghostface Killah
Del the Funky Homosapien

$22


Dante’s

Friday

The Spits
The Epoxies
plus Special Guests

$8

Saturday

Oblivians
Pure Country Gold
plus Special Guests

$12

Sunday

The Mummies

$15


Star Theater

Friday

The Sonics
Pierced Arrows

$10

Saturday

Roky Erickson
The Pynnacles

$15


Revolution Hall

Friday

Preservation Hall Jazz Band

$25

Saturday

Earth

$16


Doug Fir

Friday

Shannon and the Clams
TBD

$12

Saturday

Jeremy Wilson
Fernando
Mike Coykendall

$10


Mississippi Studios

Friday

Tacocat

$12

Saturday

The Coathangers

$12


Ash St. Saloon

Friday

TBD

Saturday

TBD



Be a Part of The Dream

We may have been established in Milwaukee in 1844, but it was in Portland that Pabst was reborn. Our love letter to Portland has been written in the stars for sometime now, and this July we're on our way to deliver the message first hand. Join us by day, near the banks of the Willamette River, for a one-of-a-kind music experience and an endless supply of Portland's favorite brew.

And then at night Project Pabst invades some of the best music venues in the country, as we honor the city that solidified the bond between Pabst and music of every genre. Get ready to throw back a few pounders with your favorite people, as we promise to keep the festival from smelling like teen spirit . . .

It's 21 and over, folks.


Festival Info

Getting to Project Pabst

Project Pabst will take place in Portland’s South Waterfront District at the historic Zidell Yards located at 3030 SW Moody Ave, Portland, OR 97201 (between the new Tilikum Crossing and the Ross Island Bridge). Zidell Yards is just 1.2 miles from downtown Portland and is easy to get to by walking, biking, and other public transportation options - our favorite, Portland Streetcar. Street parking and public parking are limited in the immediate festival area. We encourage all attendees to use alternate forms of transportation. If you do drive, please carpool to reduce traffic, and always choose a Designated Driver.



Directions

3030 SW Moody Ave, Portland, OR 97201

Located in the heart of Portland's South Waterfront District, the 33-acre Zidell Yards is the largest undeveloped site in the city. Barge-making still operates on one part of the former shipyard, as the fourth generation of the Zidell family transforms the site into a brand new neighborhood of homes, work spaces and dynamic public arenas on the Willamette River. For more information on the Zidell Yards, visit www.zidellyards.com or on Facebook at Zidell Yards.

By Portland Streetcar

In collaboration with Project Pabst, Portland Streetcar has announced increased service and free rides (for Project Pabst ticket holders) to Zidell Yards over the festival weekend. To ride for free, just show your streetcar driver a valid Project Pabst ticket. Jump on the Portland Streetcar and head to the S.W. Moody & Meade South streetcar stop which drops you across the street from Project Pabst. The streetcar accommodates bikes and wheelchairs. For full details, streetcar map and schedule, visit: www.portlandstreetcar.org.

By Bus

There are a number of bus routes that serve the South Waterfront.
For routes and schedules, click here.

By Bicycle / Skateboard

Project Pabst is proud to offer free bike and skateboard valet to all festival attendees. Look for directional valet and self bike parking signage as you approach the festival.

By Taxi

Radio Cab - 503-227-1212
Broadway Cab - 503-333-3333
Green Transportation - 503-234-1414
New Rose City Cab Company - 503-282-7707

By Car

From the South: From I-5, take exit 299B (left-side exit signed “City Center/S Waterfront”). Bear left again toward “City Center/S Waterfront” as the exit splits. At the first traffic signal, turn right onto S.W. River Parkway, turn right onto S.W. Moody. Destination will be on your left.*

From the North: From I-5 / East via Ross Island Bridge, as you cross the river on the Marquam Bridge, stay in the far right lane. Take exit 299A to 43/Lake Oswego/Macadam. As you exit, move to the middle lane. Follow the signs to “South Waterfront.” As the road curves to the left, stay to the left. At the light, turn left onto S.W. Macadam, turn right onto SW Abernethy Street, turn left onto SW Bond Avenue, turn left onto SW Curry Street, turn right onto SW Moody Ave. Destination will be on your right.*

Park & Walk to Project Pabst Street parking and public parking are limited near the Project Pabst festival area in the South Waterfront area. We encourage you to use public transportation options or the bike valet.*

*If you do drive, please carpool to reduce traffic and always choose a Designated Driver. Designated Drivers can check in at the info booth and receive complimentary soda and water at Project Pabst.

Park & Walk to Project Pabst

Street parking and public parking are limited near the Project Pabst festival area in the South Waterfront area. We encourage you to use public transportation options or the bike valet. If you do drive, please carpool!

More information coming soon.


Entry

Gates open at 12 noon and close at 9 pm on both Saturday and Sunday. Re-entry is permitted. To re-enter you must scan your ticket out BEFORE you exit, and re-scan your ticket in when you re-enter. Project Pabst is a 21+ event. All attendees must present a valid ID upon entry.

You and your belongings will be subject to search upon entering the event. Be aware that some items may not be brought in. Please carefully read what you can / can’t bring below. If you encounter any problems during the festival, please inform any of our staff or safety team members.


What You CAN Bring

  • Blankets
  • Soft-sided coolers no larger than a 12-pack size
  • Regular-size/unframed backpacks
  • Two factory-sealed water bottles up to 1 liter each
  • Empty Camelbak or other empty reusable container
  • Ice in soft-sided cooler or Camelbak - no large bags allowed
  • Binoculars
  • Personal cameras with a detachable lens 2 inches or shorter
  • Totems (Must be no taller than 6 feet, and no thicker than 1/2 inch. Must be made of light material: swim noodles, foam type material, cardboard tubes, fabric, paint, string, yarn, light plastic, balloons and/or blow up items. Totems made of wood, metal and/or PVC material will NOT be allowed. This includes flagpoles and heavy sticks.)

What You CAN'T Bring

  • Weapons of any kind
  • Illegal substances
  • Framed or large backpacks
  • Alcohol (beer will be sold at the festival)
  • Glass containers of ANY kind
  • Cans of ANY kind
  • Skateboards, scooters, or personal motorized vehicles
  • Strollers
  • Fireworks and explosives
  • Instruments and laser pointers
  • Umbrellas
  • Picnic baskets

 

  • Lawn furniture
  • Chairs of any kind
  • Large or hard-sided coolers
  • Tents
  • Pets (Except animals that assist people with disabilities. Important to read Service and Support Animal Policy & Procedures.)
  • Video equipment - no video recording will be allowed
  • Professional still camera equipment with a detachable lens longer than 2 inches, tripods, big zooms, or commercial use rigs
  • Audio recording equipment
  • No illegal vending is permitted - no unauthorized/unlicensed vendors allowed

Bathrooms

Portable toilets and hand-washing stations will be located throughout the event site. Please observe the Golden Rule of Portable Toilets and leave them as you’d like to find them—clean and trash-free.


Medical

Trained EMS technicians will be on-site at all times. The medical tent will be located by the main entrance. In an emergency, go to the medical tent or look for any medical or safety staff members stationed throughout the site.


ATMS

If you need cash, ATMs will be available on-site.


Info Booth

The Info Booth will be located just inside the Main Entrance. If you have a question, please stop by and one of our Event Staff will be happy to assist you.


Lost and Found

If you lost something at the event, please email info@projectpabst.com ​to see if your item was ​recovered. Please give a ​s many details​ as you can -- the time ​the item went missing​, type, brand, color, and any additional information you can provide to identify the item ​ Our Lost & Found team will get back to you as soon as possible.


Clean Vibes

Project Pabst is excited to announce our on-site waste management partner, Clean Vibes. Clean Vibes' mission is to actively encourage and promote recycling, composting and proper waste disposal at outdoor festivals and events -- in this case, Project Pabst!

Do you want to help keep the Project Pabst scene clean AND receive admission to our daytime festival events? Clean Vibes is recruiting Trash Talker, Nightly Cleanup, and Post-Event Cleanup volunteers. Volunteers must commit to 7 total volunteer hours to earn a two-day ticket. All positions require a registration fee and deposit. ​For more information, and to sign up, email volunteers@cleanvibes.com.


Accessibility

Stay tuned for the 2015 Access Guide. If you’d like to reference information from 2014, click here. If you have additional questions before the event, please email us at info@projectpabst.com. If you need onsite assistance, visit the Info Booth and one of our Event Staff members will be happy to help you.

Activities

Coming soon.

Contact

If you have a question or comment call our Community Hotline at 503-379-9937, or email us at info@projectpabst.com and one of our Customer Service Representatives will be happy to help you.

For any media inquiries, please email press@projectpabst.com.

Press

The press application for 2015 is coming soon.

For any media inquiries, please email press@projectpabst.com.

Volunteers

Do you want to help keep the Project Pabst scene clean AND receive admission to our daytime festival events? Clean Vibes is recruiting Trash Talker, Nightly Cleanup, and Post-Event Cleanup volunteers. Volunteers must commit to 7 total volunteer hours to earn a two-day ticket. All positions require a registration fee and deposit. Find more information and register here.