There’s a chill in the air, the sun is setting well before 8 p.m., and pumpkin is back on the menus.

While I’m not here to rush summer away because we still have warm days ahead, I am relaying the bittersweet news that Thompson’s Point’s summer season of outdoor concerts is coming to an end.

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We have had one hell of a year for live music here in Portland and the party will keep going. But, as the weather starts to change, we’re going to be moving things indoors. That means our beloved Thompson’s Point venue will be adjusting with the season and we won’t be migrating there for live music on the big stage anymore.

This week will be the last set of shows at the point with the finale of their Summer Sunsets Live series. On Thursday, Sept. 8 and Friday, Sept. 9 you can enjoy everything there is to love about the venue with free live music, beers on tap, and local food trucks slinging your favorite food.

We say farewell to the season of outdoor concerts but say hello to a new season of events at Thompson’s Point. The year-round spot offers so much all year round, from Maker’s Markets, outdoor movies, ice skating, and pop-up events.

Follow along on their Instagram to stay in the know and find out what seasonal events will be hitting the scene. There is always something fun going on there with their contagious kinetic and creative energy.

We’ll see you there soon for what’s next!

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