Pat Metheny Portland OR Tickets, Revolution Hall - Portland, Oct 19, 2018, Concert
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Pat Metheny Portland Concert Tickets in Oct 19, 2018 at Revolution Hall - Portland in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Pat Metheny North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Pat Metheny Tour Page.


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Revolution Hall - Portland
1300 SE Stark St #110
97214
Portland, OR, US

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13 Responses to “Pat Metheny Portland OR Tickets, Revolution Hall – Portland, Oct 19, 2018, Concert”

  1. Gabriel Molfetta

    Amazing Show – he played for 2 &1/2 hrs without break. Loved it…

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  2. Latrina Underdahl

    I loved the concert! It was truly a great show, Pat Metheny and the band gave it their all. Pat played some of his old music like Phase Dance, just brought me back to college days! The acoustic solo really gets in to your heart and soul, made me smile! Linda Oh, Antonio Sanchez and gwilim were fantastic!

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  3. Kari Fishman

    Have listened to this music genius for years but finally had the chance to hear him live and did not disappoint. Played some long sets and seemed to never get tired. First time to Royce Hall / UCLA. Venue was very accommodating. Balcony was a nice choice of seats for my wife and I. We drove for 2 1/2 hrs but I would go see him again if he came back.

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  4. Arlene Bencivenga

    I’ve been a fan of Pat since 1980 and this is the second time that I’ve seen him. Excellent as always.

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  5. Michale Chhan

    As usual Pat and Co. was on. Antonio Sanchez has to be the best drummer out there right now! This cat can play. Linda Oh was also phenomenal.

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  6. Ike Bynum

    Pat Metheny is awesome. I”ve been listening to his music for over 30 years and in this show he played a number of the old favorites. Just what I was looking for.

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  7. Cameron Rising

    I have been a Pat Metheny fan almost 30 years now. It took some time to get used to having a sax player, but I think it works well. It’s a different approach to his music and I don’t think it will every be like his tandem with Lyle Mays, but its good stuff.

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  8. Rosie Chern

    Outstanding performance! Outstanding musician! Seems to love what he does. Very in the moment.

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  9. Tillie Keglovic

    Pat was pretty good but I miss the group in particular Lyle Mays. It was an overall good show, great seats. Highly recommended!

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  10. Claudio Baese

    Pat was absolutely incredible with his musical rendering of old favorites and his tireless generosity in soloing, while other musicians took breaks. I have seen Pat in concert many times. And this group of artists were among of the best I’ve ever heard play with him. Each was so gifted and talented in their own way. Bravo!

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  11. Chi Dandrade

    The concert began with a bunch of well known Metheny’s tunes. Not well rehearsed. The band looked not connected with each other. The concert got better after Pat talked with the public (almost one hour after they began playing). Some tunes were well played. The sound was not good. The piano and drum did not sounded well, very week sound.
    I liked a lot the reverb effect in some parts, very appropriated effect. Pat played awesome on How Insesitive, I think is the only tune when Pat played awesome.
    The concert was ok

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  12. Milton Springsteen

    Apparently I saw a different group of musicians with Pat Methany that evening, unless this photo describes what Antonio, Linda and Gwilym look like without makeup.
    Describing Pat as a great guitarist is like saying Errol Garner is a great jazz pianist. Pat like Errol are in a class all by themselves. They are iconic figures whose individual genius creates music that can not be replicated or duplicated by anyone else. It is pure emotion expressed through the individualized creativity of their soul. Then teaming Pat, with three incredibly creative musicians Antonio, Linda, and Gwilym, all kindred spirits, and the evening becomes an unmatched musical experience.
    In other words, I liked it.

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  13. Vito Thongchanh

    Incredible! 2.5 hours of uninterrupted glory…
    A concert to remember!

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