With two Plaza District shops closing and rents rising, it’s a good time to ask about the future.
Artist Sean Vali debuted a new mural in mid-February.
The Plaza Beer Walk donates a portion of its proceeds to local schools.
Choose the Bright Side headliners include Original Flow & the Fervent Route, Chief Peace, Joey Sativa and Fresh.
Kris Kanaly and Dylan Bradway co-curate rotating murals in the Plaza District.
Guyutes launches Helping Friendly Tuesdays, Plaza celebrates Earth Day, Flower Power Local Market returns and Empire Slice House offers discounts with special tattoos.
“It’s a good night,” he said. “It just gives them a whole other reason to come down.”
A new crowdfunding plan aims to bring more revenue to the district.
Oak & Ore, 1732 NW 16th St., will begin pouring the beer at 6 p.m. At 8 p.m., Energy coach Jimmy Nielsen and Anthem president Patrick Lively will stand on the bar to unveil the beer’s fan-chosen name.
Street festivals in the metro consistently draw crowds numbering in the thousands and serve as examples for festivals across the country.