This weekend, the annual Pancakes and Booze Art Show returns to Portland for the third year in a row, so venture out and feel the spirit of Portland.
Brunch and beer are expected in the Portland scene, but this underground art show seemingly showcases all that Portlanders rave about in a unique and interesting way.
For UP students who can legally drink, the Portland Pancakes and Booze Art Show is a way to engulf yourself in a unique national experience, set in Hawthorne Theatre on Feb. 7, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Beginning in May 2009, the Pancakes and Booze Art Show has swept the nation, finding a home in nearly 25 major cities. Originally based in LA, the show boasts over 50 up-and-coming underground artists, plenty of alcohol, body painting, live music and FREE all-you-can-eat pancakes.
This year, the show will be graced with a variety of live performances by Bobby Bluefoot, Jesse Lewis, Deejay Weather and more. For a $5 cover charge at the door, you can see it all.
To get a feel for the atmosphere of the event, take a look at this video from last year.
So, craving some pancakes and booze? Check out the Facebook event and RVSP now.
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