Iggy Pop, Beck, and Nas are just a few of the artists partying it up in Portland this summer as part of the city’s 2017 edition of Project Pabst.
The festival debuted in 2014 in Stumptown. An announcement from Pabst Brewing Company CMS Dan McHugh called the event “a love letter to Portland” and said the “company wanted to do something for the city that has embraced it and has never wavered in its support.”
Project Pabst returns to Portland’s Tom McCall Waterfront Park Aug. 26-27.
Here’s the daily lineup:
Presented by MusicfestNW, the festival also features art, hands-on interactive elements, video games at the PBRcade, and on-the-spot pressings of vinyl recordings at Pabst Wax. The festival promises to save you some dough with food and beer sold at “non-festival” prices.
Tickets for the festival go on sale April 7 at 10 a.m. PDT. A limited quantity of Early Bird priced tickets will be available for $55 for single-day tickets and $85 for weekend passes.
With Pabst Blue Ribbon’s involvement, you might have guessed that the festival is strictly for fans 21+.
After expanding to four cities last year, Project Pabst is once again returning to Denver, Philadelphia and Atlanta.
Visit ProjectPabst.com for more information.