THE ARTISTS



FRIDAY, JULY 15 


Hip Hop Duo (sometimes solo) that effortlessly mixes Spanish and English lyrics with beats that call out to their Latinx heritage.
A rising Hiphop/ R&B artist who is winning crowds for her collaborations with other Portland artists like Fountaine & Veana Baby.
A singer/ songwriter, changing the color of traditional R&B with sultry soundscapes to realize her uniquely soulful sound.


A drummer, songwriter, vocalist, and music producer who fronts the band and record label Thunder Snatch.  She mixes Funk, Soul, Rock, Rap, Hip hop, POP, Electronic, Punk Rock, Gospel, and Reggae.
8Flat will spin eclectic vibes including Hip Hop, R&B, and international music.



SATURDAY, JULY 16 



A group of urban natives who connect with nature in and around the city, share in the abundance around us, and pull together for active healing and ceremony.  
A local high school ensemble founded in 2021. The group is inspired by Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and Wynton Kelly.
Kalabharati School of Dance is a 29-year-old premier Portland school that promotes and presents Bharathanatyam, an ancient South Indian dance form. 

Ed Edmo (Shoshone-Bannock) is a poet, playwright, performer, traditional storyteller, tour guide, and lecturer on Northwest tribal culture. Ed will be sharing poetry and traditional stories.
A NYC born, PDX based, queer-latino DJ, artist, and collaborative community visionary. His musical influences come from underground realms within grunge, street art and the eclectic diverse sounds of various cultural rhythms.
DJ Opal and DJ Ayler have been deejays at Freeform Portland Community Radio for six years on Weekend Family Music Hour. They play a set of eclectic indie, shoegaze, rock, punk, and sonic sounds highlighting BIPOC and women artists.

Music from the Andes and Latin Folk from Salvadorian Composer Tito Amaya bringing diversity, happiness, and peace with Latin Folk instru-ments, history, beat, and singing
A Portland based rapper, singer, song-writer, and producer known best for her pop/hip-hop sound as well as high energy stage presence. The 2021 release of her music video and hit single “Bad B” caught the attention of many radio stations across the world.

A competitive break dance group, now with members from around the world, that started as a group of friends from Lane Middle School.  
Kunu is a multimedia producer, storyteller, hip hop artist, filmmaker, and educator. Fish Martinez (aka 2 8 Tha Native) is enrolled in the Confederated Tribes of Siletz and is educator and performing artist who enjoys working with youth and sharing knowledge to encourage and support others.
 A multi-Instrumentalist, composer, audio engineer, and educator whose music spans jazz fusion to the lo-fi hip-hop he produces under the alias Gohan Blanco.


Tango Berretin trio has been performing for tango dancing audiences across the US for over a decade. The band features Andrew Oliver on piano, Alex Krebs on bandoneon and Megan Yvonne on vocals 
Known for his unhinged and savage style of mixing, wild mashups of modern dance, rave tracks, feral techno beats, and the distorted bass of modern digicore/hyperpop.
DJ Opal and DJ Ayler have been deejays at Freeform Portland Community Radio for six years on Weekend Family Music Hour. They play a set of eclectic indie, shoegaze, rock, punk, and sonic sounds highlighting BIPOC and women artists.

A family drum group founded in 1986 that has performed for many ceremonies across the Pacific Northwest. The group will present a Powwow Hour of dancers, singers, and verse with well-known poet Alisha Spotted Eagle.
A Grammy-nominated producer and Billboard #1 artist who has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Lollapalooza, and Pickathon. He is also an educator who has worked with Young Audiences, The Right Brain Initiative, and Arts for Learning.

You may know them from HBO Max hit show Legendary Season 3, House of Ada, established in 2014, has remained active through their impact in the Ballroom scene via classes, activism, performances, community service ,night life and participation at the Balls all around the West Coast.
Gila Suspectum is Director of the Portland Two spirit society, a DJ, and an Indigenous adoptee advocate. They are Akimel O’odham and Yaqui and grew up in Portland and are the co-convener of the “Two Spirits Drag Show.” 

LaRhonda Steele Band, an Oregon Music Hall of Fame inductee, brings to the stage a Soulful, Bluesy fun time with her band. Family and dancer friendly with original and cover songs rounding out their sets. 
Chainsaw Girl is an anti-capitalist band from the stolen land called Portland, Oregon. Chainsaw is an accomplice with the masses that oppose Fascism across the globe.
Lukas Soto focuses on a racial equity, justice, and community to uplift the voices of populations that are most often invisibilized, silenced, and erased. He is co-convener of the “Two Spirits Drag Show” and will be at a booth where you “Can ask the hard questions.” 

Psychotropika (Chilean / Indigenous Mexican) is an experimental music project, spanning influences from Dub, Downtempo, Hip Hop and Trap always with a Latin flavor, nuanced by traditional rhythms, Indigenous instruments, and Shamanic harmonies, plus immersive video montages. 
Tiel Aisha Ansari is a writer whose books include Knocking from Inside, High-Voltage Lines, Country Well-Known as an Old Nightmare’s Stable, The Day of My First Driving Lesson, and Dervish Lions. She hosts Wider Window Poetry on KBOO. 

The Poet Lady Rose (she/her/they) is a queer Black and Indigenous femme educator, entrepreneur, and poet who performs as Lady Rose. 
Tashon Phoenix is a Black Queer Non-Binary Transmasc creative and spoken-word artist born in Tucson, Arizona, now living in Portland.

SUNDAY, JULY 17 




A published author, documentary filmmaker, and traditional bead worker. As a word warrior, she is dedicated to facing hard truths to bring about change. Cinnamon will be presenting OnÍya Wičo’zani: Breathing Life into Our Ancestors Prophecies.

A 22-year-old R&B-influenced singer / songwriter and producer. She has performed at Paris Theater, Jack London, and Al’s Den. She has a new project out called Responsibilities, now available on all platforms.  
A Portland acoustic singer, guitarist, and songwriter. She is a full-time student at Knox College in Illinois studying Psychology and Music 


DJ Mami Miami, AKA Chicana writer Emilly Prado, dreams of nights spent with hips swaying in inter-national multi-story discotecas. She is one-part of Noche Libre, the Latinx DJ collective she co-founded in 2017.

A 22-year-old R&B-influenced singer / songwriter and producer. She has performed at Paris Theater, Jack London, and Al’s Den. She has a new project out called Responsibilities, now available on all platforms.  
A Portland acoustic singer, guitarist, and songwriter. She is a full-time student at Knox College in Illinois studying Psychology and Music


Jermaine brings a charismatic energy and passion for music, from smooth and sultry R&B crooning to chill Hip Hop flows. His main joy is bringing a smile to your face and a shake to your hips.

Spirit Heart features Sherrie Davis’s (Navajo/Saskatchewan Cree/Indigenous Mexican) and Wendy Young’s (Cherokee) blend of acoustic guitar and Native American flute. The duo won the 2020 Global Music Silver Outstanding Achievement Award for the album The Journey Home. 


Teeth is a BIPOC alt-hard rock band from Portland Oregon looking to express themselves creatively and trying to make the world a better place.

An indigenous dance and spiritual practice in the Mexica region of Mexico, including the Aztec and Mayan peoples. It carries stories and knowledge passed down through the generations. Dance, drums, and instruments connect to the earth and cosmos creating energy for a better tomorrow. 

A family of Cuban musicians who studied in the top music schools Havana.They play Son, Cha Cha Cha, Guaracha, Rumba, Guaguanco, Timba, and Salsa, along with other Caribbean and tropical rhythms such as: Cumbia, Merengue, and Bachata.  
An award-winning choreographer, director, teacher, and dancer whose work explores LGBT and queer identity. Keylock has presented at On the Boards, DanceSource Houston, Ten Tiny Dances, and New Expressive Works.

A Portland-based singer and song-writer who mixes electronic, alternative, folk, rock, country, jazz, blues, and soul. Most often wrapped around an acoustic guitar, Laura’s soulful voice has turned her small-town appeal into a national allure. 




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