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I bought a ticket to see Uriah Heep here. It was a general ticket so I figured I would get in line and try to get a good seat close to the stage. I did. A seat in the front Front right in the center....More
The Aladdin Theater is an excellent classy live venue in the Brooklyn neighbourhood out near the east end of the Ross Island Bridge. It has a distinctive classic neon marquee that harkens back it its historic days when it opened in 1928 as a Vaudeville...More
If you are planning a trip to Portland, you should check the upcoming events for Aladdin Theater. I've seen a number of shows here over the years. Tickets are usually reasonably priced. It is an intimate little theater that seats about 600. Which means there...More
Wow- what a fun place. Glad I went with locals... The hot tip is- go early, grab a bite in the attached bar/pub and get the wristband for early entry. Short line to the left. Fun fact -this place showed Deep Throat for 14 years...More
Was excited to see Dumpstaphunk. Totally disappointed that the sound crew had no regard for the band or the audience. They had the subs turned up so loud that you could barely hear or understand the vocals or horns. Not only that, but the overall...More
This was our second time here for a concert -- listened to the fabulous Herb Alpert/Lani Hall duo backed by incredible musicians. The size of this place is perfect -- large enough to pack in an enthusiastic crowd, yet small enough that everyone can see...More
Whew. Where to begin.
Online ticket purchase. Easy enough. All seats general admission. *more about that later. A 600 seat venue with general admission, gave me pause.
Local street parking, if early, is easy and seemed safe enough. The website clues you into the US...More
This place really show cases the best of Portland, it is a little quirky place to see a performance. The place was not too cold or hot. They serve beverages (alcoholic and non alcoholic as well as food and snacks. The seats are comfortable, though...More
Check their listings for upcoming concerts and enjoy an intimate evening from any seat in the house. You will be close enough to the stage to see facial expressions, hear musician banter, and enjoy every note. You can purchase beer and wine as you watch...More