Typhoon: Free Show This Sunday!

Written by  Published in Previews Thursday, 19 May 2011 16:00

Who: Typhoon

Where: Mississippi Studios, Portland, OR

When: Sunday, May 22, 2011 9 pm

Cost: Free to the first 350. First come, first serve.

Age Restrictions: 21+


I told you all about Typhoon’s epic show at the Doug Fir (see this post) in early April. Now you have a chance to see them again, and for free this time! If you’ve got a few hours to wait in line, I implore you to go see this show. Typhoon is a majorly cool indie rock orchestra that shouldn’t be missed.

Don’t know what they sound like? Here’s a video of “Kitchen Tiles,” a track from their new album A New Kind Of House. This performance is very subdued in comparison to their live show.


While I’m not sure how they are going to pack 350 people into Mississippi Studios, I am sure that this show will be epic. A tip? Have a burger at Bar Bar while you’re there. They are delicious.

Last modified on Saturday, 04 June 2011 17:29
Liz Livengood

Liz recently returned to her hometown of Portland, OR from San Francisco, where she wrote consumer product reviews forWired magazine. Writing about music has been a lifelong dream for her. She learned about music from her supercool sisters in the '80s, who exposed her to everything from Pet Shop Boys to Slaughter. Known for remembering every song she hears, Liz can never ignore lyrics, which can either make or break a song, in her opinion. When not rocking out at shows, Liz spends time singing a lot of karaoke and playing Rock Band. She can't help being a nerd, okay?

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