Located Inside:

Antoinette Hatfield Hall

Winningstad Theatre

OPB’s Think Out Loud

with Garrard Conley, Sallie Tisdale, Dave Miller

Portland’s own Sallie Tisdale, author of the new essay collection Violation: Collected Essays, in conversation with OPB’s Dave Miller, host of Think Out Loud; and Garrard Conley, whose memoir Boy Erased confronts his experience at church-supported gay conversion therapy, in conversation with OPB’s Kate Davidson, host of All Things Considered.


Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival will be held at the Portland Art Museum and at venues in the surrounding South Park Blocks area on Saturday, November 5, 2016.

Click here to purchase advance tickets to the festival. Wordstock advance tickets are $15 (day-of tickets $18) and include a wristband for all-day admission to the Portland Art Museum for the day and a $5 voucher to spend at the extensive book fair, where you can discover a new poetry press, pick up information about MFA programs and writing classes, get book recommendations from Multnomah County Library, pick up festival authors’ books from Powell’s or Green Bean Books, and more. Plus, attendees 17 and younger and anyone with a valid high school student ID attend the festival for FREE.

The festival will include author discussions and activities for readers of all ages, an extensive book fair, pop-up readings and concerts, a beverage garden, and local food trucks. Workshops at Wordstock include a ticket to the festival and a book voucher with tuition.

This year, the festival expands to six new venues in the South Park Blocks, including The Old Church, Oregon Historical Society, Northwest Film Center, and three of the stages of Portland’5: the Brunish Theatre, the Winningstad Theatre, and the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. We will also return to the Portland Art Museum and the First Congregational United Church of Christ. The new partner venues and stages more than DOUBLE the seated capacity  for the festival. Other updates to the festival include an expanded book fair and more programming and activities for children and youth.

Winningstad Theatre : Upcoming Events


Oregon Children's Theatre presents Tomás & the Library Lady at the Newmark Theathre April 1 - 30, 2017...

Showing: 04/01 - 04/29

The Center for Growing and Becoming presents "Changing Aging" with Dr. Bill Thomas at the Portland'5...

Showing: 05/01 - 05/01

PDX Jazz welcomes the Eliane Elias Quartet to the Portland'5 Dolores Winningstad Theatre on Tuesday, May 9...

Showing: 05/09

Portland'5 welcomes Tunisian singer/songwriter Emel Mathlouthi, with Briana Marela, to the Portland'5...

Showing: 05/15

Portland'5 welcomes the Django Festival AllStars to the Winningstad Theatre on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at...

Showing: 06/15

Portland'5 & Chamber Music Northwest present chamber music ensemble American Brass Quintet at the...

Showing: 10/06