2017-2018 Portland, OR Concert Tickets
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Portland, considered as the 29th most populated city in the US is also known to be the most populated city in the State of Oregon. This populous city takes pride in being efficient in the use of their land and is considered as one of the most environmental-friendly places in the whole world. The city of Portland’s weather is also ideal for the cultivation of roses, thus obtaining the nickname “City of Roses”.
As one of the world’s environmental friendly cities, Portland naturally attracts many local and foreign tourists. This city is home to numerous local bands which help in enticing the locals and tourists alike into the local music scene. Tourism is also big in Portland due to the diverse arts scene it houses. Many tourist attractions such as museums and gardens are available to visit while staying in this beautiful city.
The International Rose Test Garden, also known as the Rose Garden is located within the grounds of Washington Park in Portland. First and foremost a rose garden, it houses hundreds of rose varieties from all over the world. It is also considered as the oldest existing and fully functioning Rose Test Garden locally. To accommodate a variety of events, an Amphitheater was built. Many performances and events have since been shown and held here such as classical music concerts and flying disc games. The amphitheater is also known to be an ideal spot for picnics.
Another venue location in the city of Portland, Oregon is known as the Keller Auditorium. This venue place had other previous names such as the Portland Civic Auditorium, the Portland Public Auditorium and the Portland Municipal Auditorium. Opened to the public in 1917 and conveniently located along Clay Street, the Keller Auditorium can accommodate about and approximate of 2,992 people. At present, this auditorium is home to a variety of musical and arts groups such as the Oregon Ballet Theatre and the Portland Opera.
Opened to the public in 1928, the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall previously had a series of other names such as the Paramount and the Portland Publix Theater. Asides from being known as a historical theatre, the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, also known as “The Schnitz”, is a performing arts center. In addition to holding a variety of venue and concert events, this concert hall is home to a variety of musical groups such as the Metropolitan Youth Symphony, the Portland Youth Philharmonic and the Oregon Symphony.
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