Event Schedule

With music and entertainment just about every night, there’s plenty of reasons to come have a drink and hang out!

Ongoing Events

  • Happy Hour

    4-7 daily, great food and drink specials. 4 screens for Blazers & Timbers Games.

  • Get Off Your Ass Bluegrass – Every Tuesday

    Hike down to the Ranger Station for the best FREE show in town. Dobros, mandos, banjos, guitars oh my! We have a rotating cast of players from Portland to Nashville. Check out our website and Facebook page to see the weekly line-up but you’ll have to be here to catch surprise guests.

  • Open Mic – Every Thursday

    Come one come all to The Ranger Station Open Mic every Thursday. Join Hosts Dave Kelsay (drums) and Brian Bays (guitar) for one of if not the best open mics in town. You’ll find both beginners trying their skills and professionals polishing there tunes. Walk-ins sign up at 8:30 or sign up in advance at The Ranger Station Thursday Night Open Mic Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/groups/1599623770320984

  • Trivia with Geeks Who Drink – Every Wednesday

    Trivia with Geeks Who Drink every Wednesday. Come on over and expand your dome with host Kyle Long. Prizes, great food, drink, music and good times. Hope to see you there!

Upcoming Events

  • The Campfire Boys

    December 13, 2019 | 9:00 pm

    The Campfire Boys formed at various events and gatherings, at around 3:00 AM by the bonfire. Come check ’em out at The Ranger Station!

  • Bad Ear Band

    December 14, 2019 | 9:00 pm

    “I want people to feel like they’re sitting on the back porch of a cabin on the bank of a river,” says Matt Craw, songwriter/multi-instrumentalist of Bad Ear, “…except they just robbed the cabin, and now they gotta hightail it.”

    In other words, he says, “a bit of the familiar for the hook, but then we’re off to grizzly roaming territory.”

    Bad Ear’s debut album, There’s Just the Dance, is a raw (occasionally darkly humorous and self-deprecating) exploration of self, love, and addiction, and ultimately presents the question, “when you cancel the noise from your life, what’s left?”

  • Picking’ Pear

    December 21, 2019 | 9:00 pm

    Tia Martini and Leon Elam – The Pickin’ Pear – branch out from Canyon Collected to create a folk ‘n’ roll duo. They combine their non-traditional stylings to their traditional instruments and create an original mix of modern Americana music. Together the Pickin’ Pear take the banjo and ukulele down the road of folk, rock, and bluegrass. Sometimes the ukulele will even launch you straight to outer space. A blend of top-notch songwriting and improvisational jamming makes each one of their songs sound unique.

  • E. Wayne Jones

    December 28, 2019 | 9:00 pm

    E. Wayne Jones is in the midst of a musical rebirth. After years of putting music on the back burner he is finally able to turn up the heat and totally immerse himself in his writing and performing. As a solo artist, he has entertained audiences from Atlanta, GA to Portland, OR and way too many places in between to count. Now energized with with a new band, he can easily live up to his mantra: “I have to play music, I have no choice” He draws from a deep well of originals and covers, heavily influenced by the sounds of the 60’s, ranging from Johnny Cash to John Lennon. Note bending harmonica and driving guitar rhythm provide the backdrop to his tunes all coming from someplace deep within his soul.

  • Hammerhead

    January 4, 2020 | 6:00 pm

    Hammerhead is a five piece rock, funk, and country band made up of veteran Portland players featuring members of Treefrogs, Funk Shui, Shannon Tower Band, Johnny and the Lugnuts, and Swing & a Miss.
    Drums, bass, guitar, sax and three singers playing a delightful mix of originals, and covers, hits, B-sides, and deep cuts guarantee something for everyone. Hammerhead is Ben Haynor, Shannon Tower, Scott Johnston, Jeff Duffy, and Sean Nowland.

  • Whole Milk

    January 24, 2020 | 9:00 pm

    Whole Milk is a surf jazz duo from Denver, Colorado. The group has toured extensively, having played over 250 shows on 15 back to back tours across 26 states over the past 2 years. With two voices, guitar and bass, Alec Reid and Mariah George create an intimate soundscape influenced 1960’s surf, bossa nova & spaghetti western. Tune into Whole Milk’s newest releases on Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Spotify and Apple Music, or check out their tour dates on Facebook (@wholemilkshredz) or Instagram (@wholemilk.mp3).