Soul'd Out Music Festival at Roseland Theater, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Crystal Ballroom, Wonder Ballroom, Dante's, Star Theater, Revolution Hall, Holocene, Mississippi Studios, Doug Fir Lounge, and Goodfoot Lounge

WIN TICKETS: April 19 - 23, 2017

Roseland Theater10 NW Sixth Ave. PortlandOR97209Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall1037 SW Broadway PortlandOR97205Crystal Ballroom1332 W Burnside St. PortlandOR97209Wonder Ballroom128 NE Russell St. PortlandOR97212Dante's350 W Burnside St. PortlandOR97209Star Theater13 NW Sixth Ave. PortlandOR97209Revolution Hall1300 SE Stark St. Ste. 110PortlandOR97214Holocene1001 SE Morrison St. PortlandOR97214Mississippi Studios3943 N Mississippi Ave. PortlandOR97227Doug Fir Lounge830 E Burnside St. PortlandOR97214Goodfoot Lounge2845 SE Stark St. PortlandOR97214

Back for its eighth year, national acts (Solange, Ohio Players, Giorgio Moroder, RJD2 + Tortoise) and plenty of locals unite under a common banner: soulful music—something each artist embodies regardless of the genres they inhabit. Prices, age restrictions and venues vary depending on show: All access passes available for $250. Want to win tickets to fest shows? Anything highlighted in GREEN below is up for grabs—click and leave a comment!

We may need a healthy dose of revitalizing soul more than ever this year. Returning for its eighth year, Soul’d Out is not just soul music—this is five nights of soulful music from artists with meaningful messages, most often set to decidedly groovable beats. Whether it’s the activist hip-hop of Dead Prez, body-warming electropop from Shura, the funk apostle Cory Henry, or an all-out assault on your senses and sensibilities by NOLA bounce queen Big Freedia, this multi-venue bill combines diverse headliners with hometown talent like Myke Bogan, Edna Vazquez, Andy Stokes, Moorea Masa, Coco Columbia, Blossom, Orquestra Pacifico Tropical, Risky Star, Cherimoya, Mat Randol and GLASYS. Don’t miss the dynamic Solange empowering with psychedelic R&B, Farnell Newton’s tribute to The Purple One, or living legends in the Ohio Players and electronic dance pioneer Giorgio Moroder.

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