Benefiting Parkrose School District Youth Programs

 

SATURDAY, JULY 13 ⍟ 7:30PM–11PM

 
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PORTLAND'S BEST BITES COMPETE WHILE LOCAL BREWS BATTLE

Lend your voice, prepare your palate, and vote! Portland Monthly's favorite local restaurants and brews offer up bites of burgers, brisket, tacos, and BBQ, with a taste of the freshest brews in the city. Channel your inner food critic, tap your high-brow beer knowledge, and join the collective Portland palate to VOTE on who will take home the coveted People's Choice awards for Best Bite and Best Brew. Join Portland Monthly and other local media as they taste and present the Judges' Choice awards.  You won't want to miss this farm-fueled evening of food, fun, and entertainment!

Giving back to the community, Barn Bash is benefiting Parkrose School District Youth Programs.

 
 
 
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BARN BASH PARTICIPANTS

 
  • Miller High Life

  • Toyota Tailgate karaoke

  • Jason Mendell’s Wine Walk

  • Oregon Cheese Guild

  • Kimpton Hotel

  • Stahl Firepit

  • Finex

  • Fred Meyer

  • Big Green Egg

  • Free Public

  • Wild Roots Spirits

  • Water Avenue Coffee

  • GT’s Living Foods

  • Just Rum

  • Adelsheim

  • WYLD CBD

  • Kyla Hard Kombucha

  • Copper & Kings

 
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BARN BASH EXCLUSIVE ENTERTAINMENT

 

GIANTS IN THE TREES

Based in Washington’s rural Wahkiakum County, on the north shore of the Lower Columbia River, Americana/pop/country band Giants in the Trees are Jillian Raye, Erik Friend, Ray Prestegard, and Krist Novoselić (founding member of Nirvana).  

The band debuted in late 2017 with their eponymous 12 song release. The band have played shows mostly in the Northwest and have trekked to California on their way to the appearing at the 2018 CalJam festival.  

The group have just released their second effort titled “Volume 2” 

Novoselić rocks the accordion and bass. Prestegard brings mastery of six and four string instruments. Raye plays six string banjo and drives the sound with top vocal chops. And Friend loves to lay down a groove. It all comes together for an original sound that includes old school pop music, Americana, and classic country. The band is not offended by the word “schmaltz” because, with their recordings and live performances, the goal is to have as much fun as possible. 

giantsinthetrees.com 

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