McDonald Theatre

Review: Portugal. The Man lights up McDonald Theatre in first performance since winning Grammy


Portugal. The Man lit-up the sold-out McDonald Theatre Thursday night for the group’s first stop on its 2018 winter tour in support of its most recent record, “Woodstock.” It was also the band’s first performance since winning a Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.  The Portland-based indie rockers took the ...
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Devil Makes Three set for McDonald Theatre

Devil Makes Three

Devil Makes Three, a band that is taking the alternative and folk nation by storm, will be performing at McDonald Theatre on November 11th. They are set to play with Jonny Fritz.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Take on Swoosh City


Seattle superstars Macklemore & Ryan Lewis perform a sold-out show at the McDonald Theatre on October 20. The group takes a genre known for bling, women, and cars and transforms it into rhymes advocating same-sex marriage, fighting addiction to oxycontin, and claiming Nike's Phil Knight promotes consumerism.

Tickets and Tragedies: The News Week in Review


We live in confusing times. Every day we encounter events that bring joy, humor, tragedy, and heartbreak. Sometimes those events are welcomed. Other times they make us want to curl into the fetal position and wish the world would just disappear. This week was no exception to the rule. We are reminded once again how much hope and strength is needed and to not take even the small things for granted.

Surprising, Soporific, Spectactular…


The concert was AWESOME – there is nothing like seeing bands playing live (in tiny venues or huge amphitheaters), and all three bands put on a helluva show: Sleeper Agent, Manchester Orchestra & Cage the Elephant.

Review: Drive By Truckers at the McDonald


Drive By Truckers tend to stir my emotions at a deep level, sometimes turning me on and just as often, pissing me off. These are southern boys, and one girl, Shonna Tucker, the bass player who was hot. The concert was a mix of their older tunes that are more rock and their newest album, Go Go Boots, that some reviewers call country/soul, whatever that is.

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