Saturday, March 16, 2024

St. Patrick's Day Celebration at Grand Lodge

Grand Lodge

All weekend long!

All ages welcome

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About St. Patrick's Day Celebration

St. Patrick's Day Celebration

The leprechauns are on our side, bringing us rainbows and merriment for St. Patrick's Day. Join us for multiple days of food & drink specials, McMenamins own Irish Stout, live music and plenty of hijinks.

Live Music and Entertainment

Friday, March 15

Garage Door
Brittany Danielle * 5-7pm
Moon Music * 7:30-10pm

Pat's Corner
Hardly Strictly Irish * 5-7pm
Possibly Irish * 7:30-10pm

Saturday, March 16


Garage Door
Adams, Martin, and Linahon * 2-3:30pm
Kinvara * 4-5:30 pm
Jump at the Sun * 6-7:30pm
Forest Grove Outlaws * 8-10pm

Pat's Corner
The Pyrettes * 2-3:30pm
The Old Yellers * 4-5:30pm
Broken Compass Bluegrass * 6-7:30pm
Cedar Teeth * 8-10pm

Sunday, March 17


Garage Door
Spud & The Snakeskinners * 2-4pm
Crimson & Clover *4:30-6:30pm
Chasing Ebeneezer * 7-9pm

Pat's Corner
Elias Alexander Band * 2-4pm
Sequoia Rose * 4:30-6:30pm
Ramblxr * 7-9pm

Devils Bit Whiskey

Our St. Patrick's Day whiskey returns! This in-demand spirit only comes around once a year; get it while you can! 200ml flasks go on sale Sunday, March 17 at the hotel gift shops, bottle shops, Edgefield Distillery and select locations.

About Cedar Teeth

Rustic roots rock

Cedar Teeth

Cedar Teeth didn't plan to start a band around the campfires that lit up their Oregon youths in the forests of the Cascade foothills that form a clear-cut divide between Portland and the surrounding wilderness.  The genre bending roots troupe owe their inception to bassist Rayson Gordon, who forged a musical link between friends and provided their secret headquarters: a cedar shed on his grandparents' 40 acre forestland on Green Mountain Road. In their new practice space, campfire tunes turned into intricate songwriting and friendships became a partnership. 

Following their 2014 debut album, Hoot, Cedar Teeth built their reputation on stage, whether at festivals like Summer Meltdown and Wildwood, or at clubs throughout the Pacific NW, where they have joined bands like Fruition, Shook Twins, Motopony, Hot Buttered Rum, and Magic Giant. 

On their 2017 EP, Farewell To Green Mountain, Cedar Teeth explore everything from indie rock and grunge to psych folk and bluegrass, reflecting the diversity inspired by their lives on the dividing line of societal opposites.  Produced by Larry Crane (Elliot Smith, The Decemberists), the EP leans heavily on backwood harmony, allowing complex song structures and off-kilter melodies to support tales of love and war and the moments in between. In one sense, Farewell to Green Mountain is a goodbye to both their formative practice space and the vanishing wilderness and community they knew growing up; a sense of loss that makes its way into songs such as "Cancer" and "Mama's Mourning".  But then again, a voice of defiance emerges in songs like "Winter" and "Echoes Grounding", testaments to renewal and resilience in the face of the dying light. 

While their range of sonic interests and influences defy easy classification, it is difficult not to hear Levon Helm, Rick Danko and company, The Band, hollering from the grave. Indeed, imagery reflecting organic flesh and bone, mingling with gnarled old-growth roots music, is what this band is all about.  Call 'em whatever you like: they are harmonizers and collaborators and Cedar Teeth won't let the fire go out.





About The Old Yellers


The Old Yellers

The Old Yellers began in early 2001 when founding members Michael Berly and Matty V Hartless came together with the goal to write great songs built around vocal harmonies and well crafted stories. The idea was to write songs with a message that could be felt and understood by nearly anyone. They were soon joined by friends Diego Joyeux and Tim Connell and this core group has been playing together in one form or another ever since.

In the years that followed, albums were made, tours were undertaken, fun was had and many great musicians would take their turn coming in and adding to the overall magic. It is difficult to label them any one thing, because at times they have seemed more Rock and Roll, or Alt-Country, or Americana, or Folk Rock, but there is and always has been, a consistency, a uniqueness, something special, that has woven itself throughout the path they have traveled. Whether you call them The Old Yellers or The Yellers, they are are at heart, an American band, writing and performing their own original music, that above all, strives to evolve the consciousness of the global community and generate a real revolution of spirit.

The Bands powerhouse core has been blessed to surround themselves with a cast of stellar musicians who have, for nearly 15 years, formed the family band that is The Old Yellers. The band defies the limits of categorization into a single genre and can take a crowd on a seamless journey from raucous country honky tonk, to tender heartfelt ballads, past a potential Irish jig and back to the cornerstone of rock and roll all in the span of just a few songs. Yeller music is an eclectic blend of rollicking good time songs that win crowds over again and again.



About The Pyrettes

The Pyrettes

The Pyrettes are a hot Portland based multi-genre band who capture a range of music from Folk, Blues, Hot Jazz, Rock, Bluegrass, Latin, Caribbean, Shanties and more! Fronted by mother/daughter team Kate & Signe Larsen, they captivate audiences with their twists of genre and brilliant harmonies.

About Forest Grove Outlaws

Rural scuzz rock

Forest Grove Outlaws

"Sprouting as a neighborhood jam group in 2015, the Forest Grove Outlaws have quickly grown into a Washington County staple. Spreading into smoked out, whiskey fueled bars all over the region, the boys have expanded their musical landscape to encompass a truly unique sound, rooted in classic outlaw country, while incorporating modern rock 'n' roll. Love, rebel attitudes and psychedelic adventures fuel FGO's poetry, while structured jamming paints the canvas. Strokes of improvisation during live performances provide a unique encounter every time the outlaws take over town."

About Jump at the Sun

Celtic/American tunes and song

Jump at the Sun

Jump at the Sun is an infectiously joyful and enchanting chamber folk quartet that plays mostly old dance tunes and songs from American, Celtic, Canadian, Argentinian and other International sources.

About Kinvara

Traditional Irish Music


Kinvara is the name of an Irish town in County Galway as well as the name of a four person band based in Portland, Oregon. They have been making music together for over 22 years and have recorded three CD’s. Band members include Grant Crowley, Sue Davis, Mark Masterson and Dennis O’Malley. They all sing and play the following instruments: guitar, mandolin, octave mandolin, fiddle, whistles, bodhran, and banjo. One of Kinvara’s claim to fame is that they offer a variety of different voices and musical arrangements to their performances. The group was first drawn to Celtic Music by listening to bands like The Bothy Band and Planxty. They had infused traditional melodies with the rhythms of rock and roll, making it more accessible to younger audiences. Kinvara plays airs, jigs, reels, as well as some of the more contemporary interpretations of Celtic Music and song by groups such as Dervish, Solas and The High Kings. They also perform songs from other folk traditions, some rock and roll favorites as well as a few original songs. Over the years, Kinvara has played at many local Irish Pubs as well as several McMenamins properties in Oregon and SW Washington. They also enjoy playing at weddings, wakes, schools and local farmers markets.