For one night only, folk pioneer Bob Dylan will return to Portland, Ore., as part of his fall 2014 tour. The 10-time GRAMMY Award winner will make his way to Keller Auditorium for a concert on Oct. 21, just days before the complete recordings from Dylan's "The Basement Tapes" are released for the first time. Get a glimpse of this Pulitzer Prize-winning musician as he performs timeless protest songs like "Like a Rolling Stone" alongside deeper cuts like "Simple Twist of Fate" during this Tuesday night stop in Oregon.
Keller Auditorium Seating Information
Seating for the Bob Dylan Portland concert will be distributed across five levels in the theater. The first two rows on the main floor make up the Pit, which will provide attendees with the closest reserved seating in the theater. This is followed immediately by the Orchestra Level, which includes Sections A-E extending to the rear of the venue. Elevated above that are the First and Second Balcony Levels. Like the Orchestra, both of these levels in the Balcony also feature Sections A-E. Dividing the Orchestra and the Balcony is a series of 14 private boxes, where fans looking for a more exclusive concert experience can choose to sit.
Keller Auditorium General Information
Although you cannot bring food and drink from home into the theater, there will be light concessions available inside the lobby. You will not be able to capture Dylan's performance at Keller Auditorium using any cameras or recording devices, including through cell phones. There are a number of accessible amenities that can be requested on site, including assistive listening devices and complimentary wheelchair transportation.
Keller Auditorium Parking Information
Parking at Keller Auditorium is available via a few different options. You can choose to park in privately owned lots in the area, including a number of SmartPark parking garages. You should expect to pay on site for spaces in these areas. Additionally, street parking is available around Keller Auditorium, and though it's typically free after 7 p.m. local time, be sure to check the meters for the night of the performance. If you don't want to drive to the Bob Dylan Portland concert, you can take Portland's Tri-Met buses to the theater on SW Clay Street.
Keller Auditorium Gate Times
The theater plans to open its doors at 7 p.m. PST, and the Bob Dylan performance is expected to begin one hour later. Be aware that all times are subject to change in accordance with the needs of the venue and the performer.