The Next Waltz
Nov 26, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian
Doors open at 6:00

$28 Advance | $32 at the Door

For the 7th year in a row, a stellar lineup of Portland all-stars sing and play the music from The Band's final concert, which happened 41 years ago this month, and was made into the best ever rock and roll concert film and classic album.

Tonight, the show features appearances by members of Los Lobos, The Decemberists, Eels, and many more amazing Portland artists.

Last year's Next Waltz sold out in advance, so be sure to get your tickets early!

This show features a FULL BAR.

A portion of the proceeds benefit the Jeremy Wilson Foundation and patrons are encouraged to bring two non-perishable food items for Oregon Food Bank.

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The Next Waltz | 7:00 PM
The Next Waltz is a tribute concert and a benefit for the Jeremy Wilson Foundation and the Oregon Food Bank. It's a recreation of The Band's 1976 concert, movie and album with an all-star lineup of Portland musicians and singers playing the parts of the superstar guests on the original show. It's a Thanksgiving weekend event, 42 years after the original concert.

House Bands:
Berthaline/Kris Deelane and the Hurt
Lewi Longmire and the Crackers
Paul Brainard and the Portland Horns more >>>
Sunday Schedule | 7:00 PM
Tonight's featured performers include:
Norman Sylvester
Steve Berlin (Los Lobos)
LaRhonda Steele
Mimi Naja (Fruition)
Jay Cobb Anderson (Fruition)
Galen Clark (Trio Subtonic)
Lewi Longmire
Chet Lyster (Eels)
Sarah King (Love Gigantic)
Sean Badders (The Quick & Easy Boys)
Anna Tivel
Mexican Gunfight
John Averill (MarchFourth)
Michael Dean Damron (I Can Lick Any SOB in the House)
Karyn Ann
Zak Borden
Taylor Kingman (The Hill Dogs)
Wonderly (Feat. Jim Brunberg & Ben Landsverk)
Christopher Worth
Steve Kerin (Atomic Gumbo)
Michael Berly (The Old Yellers)
Matt Voth
Jennifer Smieja (Too Loose Cajun Band)
Adam East
Kris Deelane
Stephanie Schneiderman
David Jacobs-Strain
Pretty Gritty
Kate O'Brien
Jeff Rosenberg
Casey Neill
Jeremy Wilson (Dharma Bums)
Harold Johnson
and more!
The Jeremy Wilson Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit musicians’ health and service organization dedicated to providing emergency healthcare assistance and improving the overall well-being of individual musicians and their families. Representatives from JWF will be present at the event to accept donations. Donors can also write a check to: The Jeremy Wilson Foundation, 1028 SE Water Ave. Suite 230 Portland, OR 97214. Thank you for your kindness. more >>>