The second Saturday of every month from 5pm - 8pm. Downtown businesses keep their doors open late, provide refreshments and entertainment, and exhibit original works of art and culture. Second Saturday Art Walk venues are highlighted throughout town with colorful pinwheels
Quarterflash returns to the Liberty Theater on Saturday, November 5th. Marv & Rindy Ross, both Western Oregon University graduates, have performed together since the late 70's. In 1980 their song "Harden my Heart" became their first hit. They have garnered gold and platinum records and have toured with Elton John, and Linda Ronstadt.
Pablo Cruise, known for their hits, "Love will Find a Way" and "Watcha Gonna Do When She Says Goodbye", released their first album in 1975. After several years of each member striking out on their own to try different projects, they have come back together to tour once again.
Darkness falls upon Astoria every winter... and stout lovers rejoice. All areas of the Fort George Brewery block will be overflowing with dark art, darker entertainment, and the darkest selection of craft beer ever assembled.
A celebration of the commercial fishing industry in poetry, prose and song, the FisherPoets Gathering has attracted fisherpoets and their many fans to Astoria, Oregon the last weekend of February since 1998.
The reigning National A Cappella Champions, Women of the World brings musicians from across the globe to collaborate, create and share music.
Scottish fiddle star Alisdair Fraser and cello prodigy Natalie Haas will grace the stage of the Liberty Theater. Together they perform the infectious melodies and grooves of Scottish/Celtic music with dazzling teamwork. Alasdair is recognized as one of the finest fiddle players Scotland has ever produced.