Wednesday, May 6, 2020


6 pm doors, 7 pm show

$10 advance, $12 day of show

All ages welcome

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On March 11, 2020, Oregon's Governor Kate Brown instituted a ban on gatherings of over 250 people in the state of Oregon. The ban is slated to last for four weeks but could be extended.

In the immediate term we have suspended sales for all shows at the Crystal Ballroom into the second week of April, and are exploring the possibility of rescheduling each show so ticket holders have the option of simply applying their current tickets to the rescheduled date. Ticketholders will be emailed as shows are either cancelled or rescheduled, and we will also post show information on our website ( and social media platforms.

All ticketholders have the option of requesting refunds at point of purchase or by emailing

We at the Crystal Ballroom are grateful for the patronage of our amazing music community, and look forward to once again providing you all with a full schedule of shows. Until that day, please protect yourself and those around you by following all the CDC and state guidelines!



Electro indie-pop


THE WLDLFE is an indie-pop band from Anderson, Ind., formed in 2016 by frontman Jansen Hogan and a few of his college friends – Jason Boucouras, Jack Crane and Geoff Jones – later joined by his younger brother Carson Hogan. The band’s first two releases, New and ILY, were a grassroots success receiving positive reviews from indie publications, receiving airplay on over 90 college radio stations and even receiving tweets from Hollywood A-listers Abigail Breslin and Chloe Grace Moretz.

The band’s first full-length album I’m Not Worried Anymore was released at the end of 2018 and received great write-ups in Billboard Magazine, Live Nation’s "Ones to Watch," Earmilk and many others with its lead single “I Don’t Mind” being featured in Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday. Live Nation said “THE WLDLFE has an alt-indie sound packed full of striking lyrics and decadent instrumentation. The vocals of frontman Jansen Hogan are effortless in themselves, but the electro-pop effects used on his voice make them pure nectar to the ear.”

In 2019, the band released a new set of singles grabbing major support from Spotify in their popular playlists, “Young and Free” and “Night Pop,” as well as tons of Topsify love on Alternative Nation, Alternating Currents, Tomorrows Hits and Indie Darlings.

Having opened for Halsey, COIN, and VHS Collection, and now with over 12 million cumulative steams, THE WLDLFE is poised for this to be their breakout year.


Four-piece alternative-rock


Originating from a college dorm room, the Nashville based alt-band Betcha — a combination of the first letters of their names [Ben (lead guitar), Taylor (bass/keys), Charlie (vocals/guitar), and Chase(drums)] — have breathed new life into the traditional four-piece rock band. On their 2019 debut Falling with Atlantic Records, expansive vibes encompass sweetly stoned rock, electronic-backed alternative and punchy pop anthems, evoking the power of four. As freshmen in 2015, Charlie and Ben started jamming together, writing songs and filming acoustic videos. Both avowed Kings of Leon fans, the boys cold-emailed one of those D.I.Y. videos to GRAMMY® Award-winning producer Jacquire King [Kaleo, James Bay]. Impressed even at this early stage, King encouraged them to “keep going, get a band together and send more music.” Throughout the summer of 2016, Charlie and Ben welcomed Taylor — who transitioned from guitar to bass in order to join — and Chase. Soon, the guys found themselves in the studio cutting demos with King behind the board. Building a profile, a deal with Atlantic Records followed a standout 2017 gig at The End in Nashville Their 2019 debut EP Falling was released to critical acclaim with praises from American Songwriter, Baeble, Ones to Watch and LADYGUNN, and received significant Spotify playlist support including: Rockin’ Vibes, It’s ALT Good, The New Alt, License To Chill and California Rock State.

They went on to attract a growing fan base by cutting their teeth on national tours alongside Kaleo, NEEDTOBREATHE, Judah & the Lion, Mat Maeson and more. Writing out of a basement work studio, hanging out constantly, and even attending the same gym, the musicians pushed each other creatively.

“Betcha is something you can listen to in any type of mood,” Charlie leaves off. “If you’re getting ready to hit the highway and need to fucking jam out, you can blast Betcha. If you’re feeling down and need something to vibe out to in your room, you can blast Betcha. We’re never going to limit ourselves. That’s our mindset, and it takes all of us to achieve it.”


About Lola's Room

The music has stopped – for now. All McMenamins, except 23rd Ave Bottle Shop, are temporarily closed. We’ll be ready for you with beer, wine and burgers when this is over. Until then, stay safe.

An oasis below the Crystal

The little sister of the historic Crystal Ballroom, Lola's Room is located on the second floor, directly below the Crystal. If you're a fan of DJ'd dance events, raging local rock showcases or intimate seated performances, then take a moment and bookmark this page.

The navigation menu at left is your roadmap to Lola's Room and the other offerings at the corner of 14th & Burnside. Check out what's coming up on the Events Calendar, let us host your next party or simply investigate our brewery, artwork and history.

A night at Lola's Room should always include a stop by Ringlers Pub or Ringlers Annex, where the vibe will fit your mood -- great pub fare, handcrafted beverages, engaging conversation, a good pool game, a rowdy party or a groovy DJ in a dimmed setting.

Never stop exploring! This website is a continual work in progress, and will develop over time. Watch for photo tours, sound samples from upcoming acts and much more. Meanwhile, be our guest, wander and enjoy!

Looking for your Crystal Ballroom and/or Lola's Room Passport Stamps?

A Crystal Ballroom, Lola’s Room & Crystal Brewery Tour occurs daily at 2 p.m. - meet at Ringlers Pub (street level below the Crystal Ballroom.) The tour takes about half an hour to complete. Any questions may be directed to the Crystal box office, 503-225-0047.

If you cannot make the tour, stamps for the Crystal Ballroom and Lola’s Room are also available when you see a show. The shows can be ticketed or free – as long as you’re attending an event in the venue, you can get that room’s stamp. Please note that if you’re attending an event in the Crystal Ballroom, you will need to attend a separate event in Lola’s Room to get the Lola’s stamp and vice versa. Stamps are always exclusively available in their own venue. 
Please note: Due to private events, concert setup needs and brewers’ schedules, not all spaces are guaranteed to be available to tour daily, but our staff will give it our best shot and show you the spaces that we can.

Explore the Crystal Blocks

Our Crystal Hotel and legendary Crystal Ballroom are just across the street from each other, each offering their own unique spaces for live music, Northwest style fare and McMenamins hand crafted beverages.  Explore these properties and all they have to offer. 

*Get 15% off room rates at Crystal Hotel, Sunday through Thursday with a ticket purchase. (Must mention at time of booking, must verify ticket at check in for discount) *restrictions apply. 

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