What is Project Pabst?

Project Pabst is a two-day, two-stage festival featuring some of the best acts in live music. The event will be an outdoor blowout with access to both stages, food, beverages and more. The event is 21+. No minors.

When and where is it held?

When: Saturday, July 27th - Sunday, July 28th Where: Project Pabst takes place in Portland, OR at Waterfront Park between the Morrison Bridge and Salmon Springs Fountain

Is there re-entry to the festival?

No, there is no re-entry at Project Pabst

Are kids allowed?

No. Project Pabst is a 21+ event. A valid identification is required for entry. Minors will not be granted admission to the festival.

Camera Policy:

Cameras (point and shoot only, no detachable lenses) are subject to the rules of the artist and may not be allowed. If you bring a camera, you may be asked to take it back to your car.

What is the Bag Policy:

Bag Policy:

*Medical necessary bags may require proper doctor documentation that matches the holder's ID.

ALL bags will be searched prior to entry. Bags exceeding the sizes/conditions listed above will not be allowed at Project Pabst

What should I bring to the festival?

What Not To Bring:

The following items will NOT be permitted in the venue:

What is Project Pabst's Water Policy?

Two sealed or empty water bottles - No glass bottles or canned water

Refill Stations will be on-site and water will also be available for purchase.

Any tips on preparation for a day at Project Pabst?

We suggest preparing for the event as follows:

When is the performance schedule released?

The performance schedule will be released a few weeks prior to the festival. Keep an eye on our the Project Pabst Instagram page (@project_pabst) for updates or check back on the website. Artist lineup subject to change.

Will there be food & beverages?

Yes, a selection of Portland food carts and pop-up restaurants will be available on site, as well as beer, water and soft drinks.

Will you have merch for sale?

Festival t-shirts, hats, and many other items will be sold at the main merchandise stand. Artist merch will also be available.

Is the Festival accessible to people with disabilities?

Project Pabst is ADA accessible/friendly.

What happens if it rains?

Subject to our guests', crew and artists' safety, Project Pabst is a rain or shine event.

What happens if the event is cancelled?

In the event a single day or multiple days of the festival are cancelled, ticket holders will be notified of cancellation and refund policy.

If you see something, say something

If you experience odd behavior or see something you know shouldn't be somewhere, say something.

Report suspicious behavior to any security, staff, or medical team member.


For everyone's safety and enjoyment, all guests and their personal possessions are subject to an inspection prior to admittance into the venue. Metal Detectors will be used at Project Pabst. Event management reserves final decision on items brought into the venue. Please plan accordingly and allow time for entry.


All prescription medication, including insulin, must be in properly labeled containers that match the holder's ID. Over the counter medications are allowed, but will be subject to verification by personnel at the entry gates.

There will be medical tents on site by Event Medical Services during festival hours. Please ensure you locate them at the time of entry. Do not hesitate to visit our medical tents if you need medical attention. Please stay hydrated by filling up your reusable water bottle at one of our complimentary refillable water stations.


In events like Project Pabst, there is a risk of COVID-19 exposure. By entering Project Pabst, attendees voluntarily assume all risks related to COVID-19 exposure. If you're concerned about getting exposed, you are welcomed to bring face masks and to practice safe social distancing, or to follow current local and CDC guidelines.

How do I become a vendor?

Vendors can reach out to partnerships@truewestpresents.com