Nuggets Night BLASTS OFF with Lisa Petrucci of Something Weird Video as she kicks things off with a showing of Blast-Off Girls! Those fruggin’ wildcats with mini-skirts and mini morals who follow the big blast of garage rock bands! Directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis and featuring The Faded Blue and Charlie. PLUS groovy sights and sounds cinema shorts from the swinging sixties! Let’s get WEIRD!!!  Tickets HERE.


Night one of the big event features The Pandoras   and The Shadows of Knight  supported by TEN amazing Portland bands! Along with three DJs spinning before, between, and after the sets and projections by Lisa Petrucci of Something Weird Video, night one is sure to make you lose your mind!   Doors open at 6, music starts at 7. Tickets HERE. Facebook event page THERE.

 

 

 The pre show for night two sees Nuggets Night and Music Millennium teaming up to welcome acclaimed author and performer Mike Stax of Ugly Things Magazine and garage rock legends The Loons.  Stax will be reading excerpts from his new book Swim Through the Darkness, the story of  legendary musician and songwriter Craig Smith.  3-5pm at Music Millenium. Free for all ages.  Event page HERE.

 

 

Night two of the big event sees garage soul warriors The Woggles and psychedelic stompers The Loons supported by TEN MORE amazing Portland bands! Along with three more DJs spinning before, between, and after the sets and projections by Lisa Petrucci of Something Weird Video, night two drops you off the abyss and calls you a lift.   Doors open at 6, music starts at 7. Tickets HERE. Event page THERE.

 

* * *

Nuggets Night started in 2007 in response to the tragic house fire that destroyed the home of legendary garage rock icon Question Mark (of ? & the Mysterians). Portland’s music community banded together, raising funds to help him get back on his feet. Since then, each year Nuggets Night has identified a musician-focused nonprofit to ensure music arts have the funding needed to continue.

 

Arrow
Arrow
Slider