Portland Venues

Last month popular Portland music venues; Portland House of Music, State Theatre, and Thompson's Point all announced that going forward they would be requiring concert-goers to provide proof of vaccination or if they are not vaccinated, provide a negative COVID-19 test within the last 48 hours.


Aura, located on the corner of Center and Free Street announced yesterday that beginning on Friday, September 17th they will be implementing a similar policy requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within the previous 72 hours. Over-the-counter home tests are not sufficient and children under the age of 12 are exempt.


If you purchased tickets prior to the September 8th announcement and can no longer attend an event due to not being vaccinated nor not wanting to get tested, you can request a full refund through your original point of purchase.

The policy will begin on Friday, September 17th for the Pop Evil Show.

Upcoming shows include Granger Smith, Drowning Pool, Blue October, and more.

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