Skrillex, Natasha Bedingfield Among This Week's New Show Announcements


MarchFourth Marching Band at 2720 Cherokee in November 2010. - SARAH RUSNAK
  • Sarah Rusnak
  • MarchFourth Marching Band at 2720 Cherokee in November 2010.

Epic Show Week is upon us, and venues are getting their summer schedules on the books. Dubstep sorcerer Skrillex gets a proper date at the Pageant on July 12, presumably since he packed Sol Lounge earlier this year for a secret show announced hours before it started. Pop songstress Natasha Bedingfield, who for some will always be "that blonde girl who wrote the theme song for that MTV show with all the stupid blonde girls," plays the Old Rock House on July 9. MarchFourth Marching Band, Portland's 25-member ragtag brass crew is back at 2720 Cherokee on May 3. Got your calendars ready? There's plenty more.

2720 Cherokee Street MarchFourth Marching Band, May 3

Blueberry Hill David Lowery, May 24 The Infamous Stringbusters, June 23

faceCicero's Daryl Hance, May 12 Sleeping in the Aviary, April 25

Cranky Yellow Capsule, May 6 Velnias, May 8

Family Arena Weird Al Yankovic, June 3

The Firebird Cerebral Ballzy, May 29 Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, June 4 House of Heroes, May 12 Joey Cape and the Bad Loud, June 27 Off With Their Heads, July 24

Floating Laboratories All Tiny Creatures, May 7 Caboladies, April 27

Lumiere Place Hotel and Casino Tower of Power, May 13

Off Broadway Caroline Smith and the Good Night Sleeps, June 8 David Mayfield Parade, June 7 Jason Webley, June 21

Old Rock House
Cadaver Dogs and the Up All Nights, August 6 Natasha Bedingfield, July 9 Rockin' Chair, August 13

The Pageant 100 Monkeys, August 10 Fleet Foxes, July 19 Reel Big Fish, July 20 The Robert Cray Band, June 3 Skrillex, July 12

Pop's Bone Thugs N' Harmony, June 16 Jackal, July 12

Sheldon Concert Hall Red Clay Ramblers, May 6

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