MadgesdiqCEG & The Everyday Mystics

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Alberta St. Pub, 1036 NE Alberta st., Portland

Join MadgesdiqCEG & The Everyday Mystics at Alberta Street Pub the Eve of Christmas for an Infinite Vibes Holiday Experience! Classic covers to warm your soul, combined with infinite vibes from MadgesdiqCEG, featuring an opening set from Side Moves.

Set 1 | All Ages | 6-8pm $10 | Kids 18 & under are FREE!

Set 2 | 21+ | 9-11pm $10

The Everyday Mystics Live Band Includes: Malcolm Lewis on Saxophone David Kim on Keys G on Drums Madgesdiq & CEG on di Mic

Side Moves Includes: Malcolm Lewis on Saxophone David Kim on Keys Chris Ingold on Drums

COVID Policy: The venue requests either a negative COVID test within 48 hours OR valid vaccination card You can get Free COVID tests & results in 15-30 minutes via Curative in front of Mississippi Studios & many other locations. Visit to schedule an appointment.

An Elegant Affair at The Pittock Mansion

Pittock Mansion, 3229 NW Pittock Dr, Portland

July 16th, 2022 | 6-10pm | All Ages CEG, the Grand Niece of Henry Pittock, returns to The Pittock Mansion with infinite vibes from MadgesdiqCEG & The Everyday Mystics summer of 2022

Early-Bird GA - $22 (Only 100 available, Sale ends January 2nd 2022 or while supplies last) GA - $44 VIP - $111 (Venmo @MadgesdiqCEG with name for will call and $111 per ticket)

History on Portland's Finest House Museum | via "Henry Pittock (c.1834-1919) was born in London, England but grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1853, when Henry was 19, he headed west on the Oregon Trail to seek his fortune. A year later, his future wife Georgiana Burton (c.1845-1918) left Missouri with her family and headed west as well. When Henry and Georgiana arrived in the area, Portland was a frontier “stumptown” competing with Oregon City to become the major trade and industrial center for the region.

Henry found work as a typesetter at The Oregonian at a time when the newspaper industry was financially risky and fiercely competitive. More than 30 newspapers were launched in Portland during this period. On June 20, 1860, Henry and Georgiana married and five months later, he was given ownership of the paper in exchange for back wages. Henry went on to transform The Oregonian into a successful daily newspaper that is still printed today."

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