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Below are a few of the locations and local happenings in Portland. Because when choosing a pop up shop location we find it is essential to have as much information as possible about the location you choose.

Annual Events

Chocolate Fest
The Northwest’s premier chocolate festival It now attracts more than 9,000 visitors.

Portland Jazz Festival
Lasting ten days it is recognized as one of the most important jazz festivals in the USA and one of the main Oregon US events.

Cinco De Mayo Fiesta

Portland Rose Festival
One of the main Oregon US events attended by more than 2-million people over a hundred years, the Portland Rose Festival presents events and programs that spotlight the riches of the Pacific Northwest heritage and environment.

Waterfront Blues Festival
The second largest blues festival in the USA.

Oregon Brewers Fest
One of the world’s best loved craft beer festivals attracting more than 80,000 beer lovers.

Portland Pirate Festival
The Portland Pirate Festival turns the area into an old world full of pirates, privateers and redcoats .

Portland Greek Festival
One of the largest festivals it attracts more than 15,000 guests to share cultural traditions, food, music, and dance.

Sports Teams & Stadiums

Portland Trail Blazers
Portland Beavers
Portland Timbers
Providence Park
Rose Quarter
Moda Center
Portland Thorns

Local Attractions

Washington Park
Oregon Museum of Science
Pittock Mansion
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Oregon Zoo

Local Malls & Shopping Areas

Lloyd Center
Oregon's largest mall is located in the busy Lloyd District neighborhood. Much of standard mall fare is found here, though with a slight urban edge. 

Alberta Arts District
Northeast Alberta Street has become one of Portland's most funky and creative neighborhoods. 

Northwest 23rd District — Nob Hill
Catering to hip professionals and trendy city denizens, this area is one of Portland's busiest. It features fashionable clothing and home store chains.

Pearl District — Northwest
In the early part of the 20th century, this area was dedicated to industry and commerce. In the last few decades, the original warehouses have been converted into art galleries, trendy restaurants, brewpubs, hip shops and boutiques. 

Adorned with public art and fountains, this vibrant area is pedestrian-friendly and a center for shopping and business. Pioneer Courthouse Square is a focal point for the area, which features a mix of department stores.

Hawthorne District — Southeast
A diverse and inclusive neighborhood, Hawthorn is the kind of place a lot of people envision when they think of Portland. There is definitely a hippy, alternative, gay-friendly ethos in the area. 

Washington Square Mall
Including four department stores, with one being the state's largest Nordstrom, Washington Square Mall draws patrons with its wealth of shopping opportunities and diverse merchandise. 

Bridgeport Village
Bridgeport Village is a lovely, sprawling outdoor mall that features a mix of local shops and nationwide retailers. 

Colleges & Universities

  • Concordia University (Oregon)‎ 

  • Lewis & Clark College‎ 

  •  Multnomah University‎ 

  • Oregon Health & Science University‎

  • Pacific Northwest College of Art‎ 

  • Portland Community College‎ 

  • Portland State University‎ 

  • University of Portland‎ 

  • Reed College‎ 

  • Warner Pacific College‎ 

  • Western Seminary‎ 

Nearby Cities

Milwaukie, OR
Cedar Hills, OR
Cedar Mill, OR
Beaverton, OR
Lake Oswego, OR
Oak Grove, OR
Tigard, OR
Vancouver, WA
Aloha, OR
Minnehaha, WA
Tualatin, OR
Gladstone, OR
West Linn, OR
Fairview, OR
Oregon City, OR

Some Local Neighborhoods

Do you want to pop up ​in Portland?

The Pop Up Shop Agency is here as a one-stop resource to help you navigate the entire pop up shop process to make your Portland event a success. ​

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