Located in Portland, Oregon, the Revolution Hall Portland is housed inside of a building that was once Washington High School. The brick building was built in 1924, but eventually, it closed as a school in 1981 due to low enrollment and was vacant for many years. After its purchase in 2013, the site underwent a renovation to include office and retail space as well as a music and restaurant venue. Neko Case played the first show at the Revolution Hall Portland in 2015. Now, the venue hosts other popular performers such as Patty Griffin and Josh Ritter. It also hosts comedians and lectures, including shows by Chelsea Handler and Marc Maron. You can grab the best Revolution Hall Portland tickets right here at StubHub.
Is the Revolution Hall Portland seating assigned or general admission?
Most Revolution Hall Portland events will be general admission shows where any seating will be first come first served in both the stage-level seating section and the balcony-level seating section. However, at times there will be assigned seating. At the time of your ticket purchase, the type of seating for your event will be clearly stated.
Where can I park?
Limited paid parking areas are located on the south side of the venue.
Is the Revolution Hall Portland accessible by public transportation?
Yes, the Revolution Hall Portland is accessible by several TriMet bus routes, including the 6, 12, 15, 19, 20 and 70. These stops are all a short distance away from the venue.
Is the Revolution Hall Portland a wheelchair-friendly facility?
Contact the venue to request wheelchair accommodations for Revolution Hall Portland events. There are two elevators within the venue. There is an ADA-compliant parking lot that is located south of the building.
Is there an age limit for attending Revolution Hall Portland events?
Revolution Hall Portland has two different types of shows: all ages and 21+. At the time of your Revolution Hall Portland ticket purchase, the age restriction, if any, of your show will be stated. Please note that some of the all-ages shows will require minors to be accompanied by their parent or guardian, and 21+ shows will require you to show a valid ID.
What food and drink offerings are available?
Revolution Hall Portland features a variety of bar and restaurant options. The Roof Deck features a full bar and various food options. The Show Bar has a range of burgers and sandwiches, while Martha's offers pizza and sandwiches. The Assembly Lounge is open before and after shows and has nearly 20+ beers on tap. You are allowed to bring food and drink into the Revolution Hall Portland as long as it comes from these restaurants and bars.Back to Top