Welcome November with a diverse variety of weekend events, guaranteed to appeal to interests of all kinds! This weekend is full of music festivals, cultural celebrations, and film festivals all across the Pacific Northwest!
Engauge Experimental Film Festival – Step back in time to celebrate analog filmmaking with this festival, where the main focus is films that originated on film. November 1 – 4.
Earshot Jazz Festival 2023 – Wrapping up this weekend, this music festival features jazz legends and newer artists just breaking into the scene. Now through November 5.
Seattle Catrinas Festival 2023 – Celebrate Día De Los Muertos with this festival named after ‘catrinas’, the elegant skeleton figures that are associated with Day of the Dead. Now through November 5th.
Cloudbreak 2023 – Seattle’s citywide music festival aims to support local artists in a post-pandemic industry. This festival lasts all month long and spans across over 24 venues. November 1 – 22.
Freakout Festival – This non-profit, eclectic music festival features hypnotic performers across all genres, and is known for its psychedelic atmosphere. November 2 – 5.
Very Good Food Tour ‘23 – Rapper and producer P-Lo is highlighting Filipino-American cuisine across the Pacific Northwest, with special deals, dishes, and community opportunities at the stops along the way. November 4th.
Legendary Makers Market: Asian American Night Market – Portland’s Asian American Town has partnered with the famous Night Market to celebrate local Asian American vendors all weekend long, creating one of the largest pan-Asian American events Oregon has ever seen! November 3 – 4.
Nights of the Golden Flower at Lan Su Chinese Gardens – After dark, immerse yourself in intricate floral exhibits showcasing the Chrysanthemum by talented local florists. November 3 – 5.
QDoc Film Festival – The only film festival in the country featuring exclusively queer documentaries, this festival highlights queer perspectives on a variety of subject matter and intimate Q&As with creators. November 3 – 5.
Snowvana 2023 – Head to the Oregon Convention Center for the largest ski-swap in the PNW, the Mt. Hood Film Festival, winter gear sales, and all things surrounding winter sports to welcome in the snowy season. November 3 – 5.
Portland Book Festival – Celebrate all things literature this weekend at the Portland Art Museum, featuring writing workshops, author panels, a book fair, and other local vendors. November 4.
Very Good Food Tour ‘23 – Rapper and producer P-Lo is highlighting Filipino-American cuisine across the Pacific Northwest, with special deals, dishes, and community opportunities at the stops along the way. November 5th.