There is always something to do in Portland. Yet, not all events in the Rose City come with a cheap price tag. Every week I will add new free and cheap events throughout the city. Bookmark this page so you never miss out on the city’s best inexpensive activities. Free events in Portla
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Let’s do the time warp again!!! The Clinton Street Theater boasts the longest continuously running weekly showing of the cult classic. Tickets are $12. The show starts at 11:30 p.m.
Head to the Portland Expo Center to swap auto parts. Tickets are $7 or $5 a piece when you buy four.
Fido’s Tap House is hosting indoor corn hole. $10 per team with $10 bar tap. No fee or bar tab required for fewer than 8 participating teams.
Bank of America cardholders receive FREE admission to these Portland attractions during the first weekend of every month.
The Lamp is hosting a curated show of the best Saturday morning cartoons and commercials of the 70s, 80s and 90s, including themed drinks, food, toys and prizes. The show is FREE. Food will cost you.
Three Mermaids Public House in Tigard is testing your HP knowledge and giving away awesome prizes to the winners. Trivia is $8 a person and start at 7 p.m.
Portland is filled with one of the best signs that spring has officially sprung—cherry blossom trees. Check out our list of FREE places to view them.
Stroll through 40 acres of tulips and take in a beautiful view of Mt. Hood. The Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm has many fun activities for kids along with vendor booths and food available on site. Tickets are $5 for 13+ or $20 for a family car.
Stumptown Dance hosts the largest weekly swing dance in Portland starting at 6:30 p.m. $10 per person.
Stop by Second Profession Brewing every Sunday for Bingo Night at 7 p.m.! Purchase of one drink minimum to play. Bingo cards are $1 (cash only).
Ready for some teamwork? Attend one of these trivia nights at a local bar or restaurant. It is FREE to play, and you might just win a gift card.
Taking the entire family to the movies does not have to be expensive. Go to Jubitz Cinema, Mission Theater and Moreland Theater for $4-6 tickets per person.
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