2017 Good in the Hood
Friday, June 23 thru Sunday, June 25
The Good in the Hood Music and Food festival is the largest multi-cultural festival in the Pacific NW by which Portland residents, businesses and organizations can engage in music, food and resources while connecting people with experiences that strengthen unity in the community. This three-day music festival opens with a community parade that travels through Northeast Portland and ends at Lillis-Albina Park.
As reported extensively in the news, organizers of the event were the target of a hate-filled letter with threats to the organization and its volunteer leaders. The Office of Neighborhood Involvement urges all to show their support by attending and/or donating to this important community event.
Good in the Hood Parade
Saturday, June 24
11 AM - 1 PM
Starts at King Elementary, goes along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and ends at Lillis-Albina Park.
Good in the Hood Festival
Friday, June 23 through Sunday, June 25
Lillias-Albina Park, N. Russell St. and N. Flint Ave.
Aside from music there is a kids’ space, food vendors, marketplace, and informational tabling.
For more info: 971-302-6380