Project Pabst offers a unique experience, incorporating music, art, hands-on experiences, as well as food and beer at reasonable “non-festival” prices. Aside from great bands, festival goers will be entertained with the PBRcade (an old school arcade), PBR Vandalism which is an interactive art experience utilizing a van as a canvas, and PBR Wax, which is a mobile studio where people can record their own demo of music and take away the recording on a vinyl 45. Additionally, a local artist from each city will be highlighted on a limited edition Project Pabst 16 oz. can.
Don’t miss this unique music festival in Portland August 26th & 27th! Check out the lineup below including Nas, Die Antwood, Beck and more!
Goldlink is one of our favorite artists to come up in the past few years. With his super smooth flow and impeccable independent hustle he recently earned himself a gold record for his single “Crew,” off his latest album At What Cost. Link is now out touring the album around the country. Check out the tour dates below and don’t miss Goldlink in your city!
After watching his 13th album 4:44 go platinum, JAY-Z will bring his newly-crowned opus on the road as part of his 4:44 Tour. Slated to launch Oct. 27 in Anaheim, CA., JAY-Z will embark on a 31-city trek nationwide. Hov’s journey will find him in our favorite cities including Denver, Portland, and of course, his hometown, Brooklyn. Then, he’ll wrap things up right before the holidays with a Dec. 21 gig at The Forum in Los Angeles.
Portland, Oregon is quickly becoming the new hot spot for weed tourists from around the country and world, and for good reason. They have great herb, microbrews, and an impressive concert scene that’s really been picking up on the hip hop side of things. We got the chance to check out the city’s largest 420 party, the first annual Cloud City music and cannabis exibit featuring headliner Lupe Fiasco, hosted at the Roseland Theater in downtown Portland. Photos by Sam Slater.