Venues

Studio 2 @N.E.W.

Zoomtopia810 SE Belmont, Portland

N.E.W. is a community of artists, dancers, and creatives located in Inner SE Portland, Oregon. Third Angle’s Studio Series has found a home in Studio 2, an intimate flex-space that brings audiences closer to the music. This building is renowned for its ADA accessibility.

Parking & Directions:

ADA accessible parking is available in the N.E.W. parking lot, located on the east side of the building. Enter on Belmont. Street parking is generally abundant to the south and east of the building, with a large number of spaces usually available just west of SE 7th Ave.  The front of the building is white; enter through the driveway on the east side of the building and the door to the venue is on the SE side of the building off the small parking lot.  There will be a Third Angle flag to help you find the door.


Kendall Planetarium at OMSI

1945 SE Water Ave, Portland

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is one of the top science museums in the nation and offers brain powered fun for everyone.  Our “In the Dark 2.0” concert will be held, in complete darkness, in the Kendall Planetarium at OMSI.



Parking & Directions:

The museum will close on March 3rd and 4th at 5:30PM, at which time the OMSI lot will stop monitoring for paid parking. Parking is free for all event guests!



Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

147 NW 19th Ave, Portland



Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon is the seat of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon of The Episcopal Church.  Our Friday at 9pm “Pärt & Pärcel “concert will be held in the Cathedral.



Parking & Directions:

For detailed directions, including parking options and public transportation, please visit: http://www.trinity-episcopal.org/visit/directions




Oregon Rail Heritage Center

2250 SE Water Ave, Portland

The Oregon Rail Heritage Center is a non-profit museum dedicated to securing a new home for Portland’s three steam locomotives.  Their mission is to provide for the preservation and public enjoyment of Portland’s historic locomotives, railroad equipment, and artifacts, and to educate the public about Oregon’s rich and diverse railroad history.

Parking & Directions:

Click here for directions.

The Oregon Rail Heritage Center can be accessed by SE Water Avenue from the north or SE Division Place from the east.  Parking is under MLK/Grand Ave. Viaduct off of SE Caruthers Street.

It is a completely ADA accessible location.



Alberta Rose

3000 NE Alberta St, Portland

Located in the heart of the eclectic Alberta Arts District, the Alberta Rose originally opened as a motion picture house in 1927 and showed films until it closed in 1978. The theatre has 300 fixed seats and radiates the serene feeling of a Spanish-Colonial courtyard. The Alberta Rose is a mid-size, seated listening room where the audience can enjoy excellent lines of sight, outstanding acoustics and where every seat feels close to the stage and the artist.



Please note: minors permitted only when accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Parking & Directions:

There is ample street parking in the blocks around the Alberta Rose.