Concrete Cowboys
The Concrete Cowboys have quickly become a Northwest favorite because of their high energy, thoroughly entertaining live shows!

Headliner – Concrete Cowboys

The Concrete Cowboys were formed in 2007 and have quickly become a Northwest favorite because of their high energy, thoroughly entertaining live shows. They have won countless battle of the bands competitions throughout the Northwest and are two-time winners of the Portland Music Award’s “Outstanding Achievement in Country Music” in 2010 & 2012. Although they have toured to places like Las Vegas, NV and Montana, The Concrete Cowboys still make time to support local charities by playing many benefits in the area. You also may have seen them opening for acts such as David Allan Coe, Confederate Railroad, Lee Brice, Randy Houser, Mark Wills, Lonestar, Aaron Lewis, Justin Moore and Chris Young to name a few. The Concrete Cowboys are a one-of-a-kind band, so you’re guaranteed to have a great time!

Get more info on The Concrete Cowboys by visiting their Facebook page!

Opener – Rodeo Rose

From ballads to rockin’ country classics, Rodeo Rose will show you why they throw down Oregon’s best country music!

Their blend of power vocals combined with a quartet of seasoned musicians driving their high-energy set makes for a very entertaining show!

One thing is guaranteed, you’ll want to sing along when they take the stage!

Learn more about Rodeo Rose by visiting their Facebook page!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

William Michael Morgan
William’s pristine Southern vocals, timeless sound and honest lyrics represent a new generation of hit makers in Music City.

William Michael Morgan has only just arrived in his mid-twenties, but with a love of country music deeper than The Big River itself, the Mississippi native is the very definition of an old soul. His pristine Southern vocal, timeless sound and honest lyric represents a new generation of hit makers in Music City; a modern day descendant of artists like Randy Travis, Alan Jackson and George Strait.

After signing his major label deal at the tender age of 19, Morgan began by hitting the top of the radio charts, landing at No. 1 on Mediabase with the Gold certified “I Met a Girl…” He then released an acclaimed EP and earned a Billboard Top 5 with his 2016 album debut, “Vinyl”. He has performed more than 50 times on the Grand Ole Opry and was featured by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as a highlighted artist in the 2017 American Currents exhibit.

But now that he’s a few years older and few hundred shows wiser, this old soul is looking toward a new horizon.

“I thought our first album was a very good representation of what we do and what we like, so we set the bar really high,” says Morgan of his next batch of country tunes. “My whole message with this project is that I want to show growth not only musically, but also personally.… I feel like now I understand myself, and I understand the music I want to make.”

Produced once again by Scott Hendricks and Jimmy Ritchey, five new tracks show off the man Morgan has become. A hard worker and big time dreamer, a single father and hopeless romantic, and a pure country stalwart who’s not afraid to embrace the here and now. His new music is still drenched in twang and tenderness, but also infused with fresh energy from across the musical spectrum.

“We tried to diversify on this project,” Morgan says with an easy grin. “That can sound scary, like ‘Oh no, Willy’s changed,’ but it’s not that at all.… I’m from Mississippi, so I’ve got a lot of that rhythm and blues in my soul. I’m influenced by a lot of music. I could be listening to Frank Sinatra and switch over to Barry White, or go from Pink Floyd to the Isley Brothers and AC/DC to Merle Haggard.… We were trying to find a happy medium between what’s current and what we love.” That happy medium shows up in full force on “Tonight Girl,” a grooving anthem about living in the moment that drips with the same casual country soul Morgan grew up around. Think of it as the steamy second chapter of the “I Met a Girl” saga.

“Where I’m from in Vicksburg, a lot of the casinos down there get packed out every night with blues music and soul,” he says. “It’s everywhere, and they play right from the heart, so I wanted to put some of that sound on there.”

With plans to release a video alongside every new track, Morgan will paint pictures in fans’ minds to enrich each story. But according to him, the foot stomping country rocker “Workin’” doesn’t need any help. He first heard the track while traveling through Mexico, and it immediately struck a chord. “It was just a rough work tape, but I saw those pictures,” he says. “I saw the guy out there working and the girl with her feet up, drinking some red wine and waiting on me to call quitting time.”

“Gone Enough” features a wide open Texas Country feel –– plus a full, orchestral string section. Three fiddles, two violas and a cello bring the heart wrenching breakup anthem to life. “I could get in the darkest room, drink the strongest drink, drive the longest road, but I’m not gonna get gone enough to get gone from you,” he says of the track.

“Brokenhearted” features a throwback, ‘90’s country sound and highlights how the genre and country sound Morgan loves so much is changing. “It is changing, the world is changing,” he explains. “Everybody is having a good time at their bonfires and, trust me, I love a bonfire and the whole idea of cold beers flowing, girls on the tailgate. But people also work, people have real lives and go through bad times. The whole message of the song is, ‘Ain’t nobody brokenhearted in country music anymore?’”

Meanwhile, “Talking to a Girl” puts a hopeful spin on that same emotional honesty. Co–written by Morgan and taken straight from real life experience, the uplifting ballad stands in classy contrast to a wave of hookup anthems –– and as a reminder that every romantic cloud has a silver lining.

“I feel like we all have those moments in life where it just doesn’t go the way you thought,” Morgan says. “Sometimes it’s your fault and sometimes it’s nobody’s fault –– and sometimes you’re just not ready. That was the case with me… I don’t think you can truly love somebody until you love yourself, and I learned that.”

Clearly, Morgan has grown a lot since he first slid into the Music City mainstream. But no matter how much growing he does, some things will never change –– like his passion for sharing country lyrics with pure, raw emotion with the fans who feel the same way.

“I think we all still feel like kids sometimes,” he says. “Every time I hit that stage I go back to my old Mississippi honky–tonk nights. Those four-hour sets, loading in and loading out in a smoky bar, sneaking a beer or two when mom and dad weren’t looking –– just having a good time. Even today, it’s still for the pure joy of it.”

Get more info on William Michael Morgan by visiting his website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

Sadie Bass and Jason Cross
Two Emerging Country Artists Paving Their Own Badass Way in Country Music!

Co-Headliner – Sadie Bass

27-year-old country music singer/songwriter Sadie Bass grew up in small-town Bath, Michigan. Sadie spent much of her childhood outdoors playing sports, hunting, and fishing. At age 19 she left college and her softball scholarship behind her, and went all in on her music career.

After building a solid fan base in the Midwest and on social media, Sadie made the move to Nashville in December 2020. Since then, she has released 6 studio singles, and appeared on multiple TV shows. In March 2023 she embarked on her first independent tour, playing 80 shows across 20 different states over the next 9 months. Sadie aspires to pave a new way for other bad-ass female artists with authenticity, humor, and humility at her core.

Get more info on Sadie Bass by visiting her website!

Co-Headliner – Jason Cross

Jason Cross is a country rock artist who embodies the perfect blend of edgy style and country swagger. With a haircut that resembles a rockstar and a stage presence to match, Jason has created a distinctive and undeniable brand for himself.

He started writing music and performing acoustic shows for hometown crowds in 2015. Since then, Jason has become a solo artist quickly establishing himself as a household name in Music City after relocating from Michigan to Nashville, Tennessee, in 2020. With an impressive list of performances under his belt, including supporting artists such as Granger Smith, Dillon Carmichael, Craig Morgan, Tyler Braden, and Jon Langston, Jason has been making waves and building a devoted fan base wherever he goes.

Get more info on Jason Cross by visiting his website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

Chance McKinney
One of Nashville’s rising stars, Chance McKinney ALWAYS goes BIG and NEVER goes HOME.

WHETHER YOU’RE BLUE COLLAR OR WHITE COLLAR, WE ALL WORK.

It’s a universal thread connecting us together. It transcends cultural heritages and upbringings, and there is a respect and understanding that comes with it. Montana-born and raised, Chance McKinney delves into our relationships to work and how we perceive the act of making a living with his most recent with his most recent “industrialized country” projects, I and I².

“Industrialized country” is a term not easily defined, as even McKinney grasps for the right words. “The musical approach is geared towards those who appreciate the things they’ve earned; it’s not an inherited music,” he says. “Industrialized country is a country lyric and a country vocal mixed with metal guitars, pop structure and industrial layers,” he adds. The vague qualifiers, shrouded in mystery, let the music do the talking.

With the return of producer Kevin Lawson, who helmed much of McKinney’s former duo project Nathan Chance, Mckinney’s music aims to initiate not only a whole new subgenre of country but an unheard of business model. Of course, he remains tight-lipped about exactly what the next couple years hold, but his spirits are up. “You have to be pretty cutting edge to create an entire sub-genre,” he admits. Embedded within these ambitious stylistic parameters, there is only truth.

It hasn’t been an easy journey to this moment. “My whole process has been in response to bullying. Everything I’ve done is to prove people wrong. I know you’re supposed to do it for the love of music, but I’m cut from a different cloth. I don’t mind being told what to do, but I don’t like being told what I can’t do.”

Bullied in his early years, McKinney employs his pain as fuel to propel him forward. Before he even finished high school, he became a three-time National Champion javelin thrower and an All-State basketball player, while also holding down a 4.0 GPA. His college studies at Washington State University brought more triumphs as he went on to take a Division I All-American title and graduated Summa Cum Laude in Mathematics.

It was a bit later that he seriously pursued his songwriting craft. Upon relocating to Seattle, he befriended local musician “Lonesome” Steve Mitchell who taught him a bulk of various skills, including song structure and chord patterns. That was just the beginning. Another musician by the name of Darren Wayne took those foundations and was able to unlock McKinney’s full potential. The two worked tirelessly on his debut album, 2006’s Hittin’ the Road, which set the pace for one of the greatest underdog stories in country music.

Along the way, McKinney teamed up with a slew of other regional musicians, including drummer and friend Brian Bujucich, to form a duo called Nathan Chance. Things seemed to be chugging along nicely, and their work together Brought opportunities beyond their wildest dreams. They went on to share stages with the likes of such country staples as Kenny Chesney, Big n’ Rich, SheDaisy, Martina McBride, Little Big Town, Toby Keith, Brooks & Dunn, Kenny Loggins and Gary Alan.

2009 was another transitional year, however. Nathan Chance disbanded, and McKinney had a choice to make. Prompted by a close friend out of Nashville, he submitted one of his songs, an evocative piano ballad titled “Be Real,” into CMT’s Music City Madness competition. The weeks whizzed by, and soon, he rose victorious, taking the title that December with more than one millions cast across the country.

The doors flew open for him. McKinney began booking more and even bigger opening gigs. In the following years, he toured with and shared stages alongside Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Sunny Sweeney, Alan Jackson, Ronnie Dunn, Darius Rucker, Dwight Yoakam, Creedence Clearwater and Lynyrd Skynyrd, among others.

His second album, Think About That, arrived in 2013. At that point, he continued pushing forward, a one-man machine, a jack of all trades. The project debuted at No. 63 on the country albums chart. That small victory led to even more high-profile engagements, including an appearance at the 2013 Watershed Music Festival. He returned to the open road, as well, often performing upwards of 90-dates across the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

2016 rolls around, and once again, he was on the fence about making another record. One early-spring songwriting session changed everything. “Down to Get Up” struck a chord in him, and he was reinvigorated to hit the grind again. Heading back down to Nashville, linking up with Kevin Lawson, his third record, Down to Get Up, took shape. This time, the album debuted at No. 41 on the country albums leaderboard. Still unsigned and unrepresented, McKinney as on to something big.

Mckinney’s most recent release is an EP called I², which he teases is only the tip of the iceberg of what’s coming. The release blends self-penned tracks and outside cuts, which “should not have been pitched to a guy like me,” he says. “So much stuff has lined up. Everybody outside calls it luck.”

He continues, “I had every reason to stop. Everyday, every year, I’m approaching this as if I’m going to be on the radio. Publishers came out of the woodwork and gave me stuff I had no right to, at all. Why? I don’t know.”

Whether the will of some higher power or just from the sweat of his brow, he is see the returns of his labor, owed in large part to his daring to forge his own path. Even his approach in the recording studio was untraditional. “We cut all the vocals first to a click track and an organ pat. As soon as I was done cutting final vocals, we erased everything else,” he explains. From there, the band will build the arrangements around his vocals, something that’s rarely, if at all, been done.

High on ambition, his steely determination thickening in his voice, McKinney always goes big — and never goes home. His latest music is a testament to his unwavering spirit, charm and impeccable talent behind a microphone. Music Row isn’t ready for what’s about to happen.

Get more info on Chance McKinney by visiting his website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

Chad Bushnell
If there was a true authentic spirit to cross the threshold of Country Music with Christian standards, it would be Chad Bushnell.

His roots date back down his family lineage the past 4 generations made of cowboys and singers, some of which shared the stage with the late Bob Hope. Chad exudes the Americana spirit wrapped up into his lyrics and melodies. Mostly inspired as a child growing up singing in church and constant inspiration from his great grandmother, his Christian Country roots run deep.

Chad continues to contribute to the western ranch world working closely with fellow Ranchers alongside his father, mother and sister Chelsey Bushnell (who is an accomplished roper and rodeo athlete) maintaining livestock while writing country songs. He has opened for Dwight Yoakam, Kris Kristofferson, Neil McCoy, Billy Currington, Mark Wills, Collin Raye, Mark Chesnutt, Jerrod Neimann, Exile and many others over the years. While Chad isn’t touring and opening for current country stars such as Lee Brice, Aaron Watson and Scotty McCreery, he’s tucked away with his wife in the rolling, western hills of Red Bluff, California.

Chad’s single “What Would Jesus Do” hit #1 on the Christian Country Music charts in December 2018 right by George Strait and Lauren Alaina. He went on to have two more #1 Christian Country songs including “That Ain’t My Church” and Thank God”. His EP titled “What They Ain’t Tellin’ Us” was produced at Hag Studio by Ace Otten. It features Merle Haggard’s son Ben Haggard on guitar and backing vocals and members of the Strangers. Most recently, Chad has worked with legendary singer/songwriter Dave Gibson who produced and co-wrote most songs for his latest EP titled “Baby I Love You”. He recently finished an album titled “Whiskey to Work” that was produced by Nate Coon (drummer for Aaron Watson) and Derek Hames (owner of Edgewater Studios). Three singles have already been released off of the full album that will officially release March 24, 2023.

Chad has participated in a number of contests such as the American Country Star contest in Nashville where he became a top 3 finalist and won the Horizon award for 2014. He was the 1st place winner of the Inspirational Country Showdown in Yuba City, CA. for 2018 and won New Artist of the Year for 2019 at the Inspirational Country Music Awards. He was Contemporary Country Vocalist of the Year at the Josie Music Awards for 2020 and was nominated by Country Evolution as an Artist to Watch in 2023. He recently celebrated the premiere of his first documentary on KIXE PBS titled “North State Roots”. You may have also caught a glimpse of Chad on TV shows such as The 700 Club and Universal Huntress.

Get more info about Chad Bushnell by visiting his website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

Kassi Ashton
With a little bit of rock, a hell of a lot of soul, and a throwback R&B groove, Kassi Ashton is set to take the music world by storm!

Headliner – Kassi Ashton

“Kassi Ashton is in line for Nashville domination, and she’ll do it her way – unapologetically,” proclaims PEOPLE Magazine. The California, Missouri singer/songwriter touched down with a string of critically acclaimed tracks released by UMG Nashville in conjunction with Interscope Records. Her introductory release “California, Missouri” stirred widespread critical acclaim from Taste of Country, CMT, The Boot, and many more. Kassi was also named as an Artist to Watch by Huffington Post, The Tennessean, and radio personality Bobby Bones. Rolling Stone lauds her as “a devilish songwriter who isn’t afraid to flip convention on its head,” while Refinery29 claims, “she blends pop aesthetics with a presence doused in no-fucks-left-to-give authenticity,” PAPER Magazine calls her “the next big country superstar,” and American Songwriter notes, “Ashton brings powerful storytelling and a sense of poetry in every release.”

Kassi defies convention and continues to deliver her signature style with confessional, catchy storytelling and dynamic vocal performances on songs including her latest, “Drive You Out of My Mind,” and critically acclaimed releases “Dates In Pickup Trucks,” “Heavyweight,” “California, Missouri,” “Hopeless,” “Violins,” and more. This year, Kassi will continue to disrupt the country scene with some of her most powerful music to date. Stay tuned for more!

Get more info on Kassi Ashton by visiting by her website!

Opener – Alex Hall

Growing up on a small horse farm on the outskirts of Gainesville, GA, Hall’s earliest memory is hearing Elvis Presley on is grandfather’s radio. It’s a sound he never forgot, and one that prompted him to pick up a guitar for the first time when he was only four years old. He started learning the instrument seriously in middle school, and quickly graduated from choir solos to bar gigs. By the time he was in high school, Hall was playing over 150 shows a year. After graduation, Hall moved to Nashville, TN and signed with Monument Records.

He spent the last few years opening for Tanya Tucker and hitting the road with Brandy Clark, Little Big Town, and Tenille Townes. His debut EP on Monument Records, Six Strings, was a guitar focused project featuring the playing and vocal stylings of Hall’s heroes and friends – Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, John Osborne (of Brothers Osborne), Brad Tursi (of Old Dominion), Tenille Townes, and Kassi Ashton. Six Strings gained national acclaim from the likes of Vintage Guitar Magazine, Rolling Stone, and Cowboys & Indians, and helped Hall to be named to the Fender Next 2021 program. Now, ready to bare it all, Hall is releasing his first song since 2021 with “Side Effects Of The Heart.” More music is expected from the singer, songwriter and guitar player in 2023.

Get more info on Alex Hall by visiting his website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

MicroMania Midget Wrestling
MicroMania is a high powered, explosive, athletic Pro Wrestling show that promises to be a BIG event with not necessarily BIG people!!

These micro athletes may be short in stature but are giants in the world of entertainment where they will keep you on your feet screaming from the opening bell through the Main Event!

Their typical show consists of a 90 minute action packed event featuring 2 MicroMania singles matches, and a Main Event Battle Royal featuring all the stars of of MicroMania making for a unforgettable finale.

These MicroMania Stars have been featured in Jack Black’s Hit Movie Nacho Libre, on MTV, Spike TV, Conan O’Brien, Jerry Springer, WWE, Tik Tok, Nascar, TMZ, Jackass 3D, Mini Kiss, as well as many other TV shows and movies.

The MicroMania Tour will also be releasing a Documentary/ TV Show soon so stay tuned. After you leave a MicroMania Show, you are guaranteed to be a MicroMania Fan for life!

Get more info on MicroMania Midget Wrestling by visiting their website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

Revival Brothers Band
Reviving the Spirit: The Revival Brothers Band Channels the Allman Legacy with Soulful Swagger!

The Revival Brothers Band pays homage to the iconic and soulful tunes of the Allman Brothers Band, channeling their distinctive sounds with passion and precision. With a deep appreciation for the southern rock legends, the band meticulously recreates the essence and energy of the Allman Brothers’ music, captivating audiences with every note and riff. From the soulful blues to the electrifying guitar solos, The Revival Brothers Band pays tribute to the timeless classics that have left an indelible mark on the world of rock and roll.

Get more info the Revival Brothers Band by visiting their website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

Ants in the Kitchen
Ants In The Kitchen is an 8-piece “horn band” that plays a mix of rock / soul/ blues / funk hits from the 70s to modern music!

Ants In The Kitchen is not your typical rock & roll cover band. They’re an 8-piece “horn band” that plays a mix of classic 70’s era funk, blues, and soul…a danceable mix, but with the tone and force of a rock band. There will still be tickets available at the door!

Get ready for a night at the Ponderosa, where the drinks are delicious, the servers are incredible, and the entertainment never stops! Portland’s Original Country Bar, but now playing so much more!

Get more info about Ants In The Kitchen by visiting their website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.

Josh Gracin
Experience the undeniable talent of former Marine and country sensation Josh Gracin as he takes the Ponderosa stage in May!

Fans fell in love with Michigan native and former Marine, Josh Gracin, upon his ascension onto the Country charts in 2004 with “I Want To Live.” The hits came in short order for Gracin – the chart-topper “Nothin’ To Lose,” “Stay With Me (Brass Bed),” and “We Weren’t Crazy” all hit high on the Billboard charts. And, as it does when an artist tastes success, the road beckoned. Seattle. Green Bay. Austin. Bangor.

Gracin found himself thrust into the national spotlight. Now, with the release of his new single, “Good For You,” Gracin is back on Country Radio – a format that has been very good to him – alongside the digital service providers that treated him well on his last digital release “Nothin’ Like Us.” The release is a partnership between Reviver (David Lee Murphy, Michael Tyler, Tenille Arts) and his own Revel Road label. With the new single, Josh Gracin is armed with the best music of his career. It’s a song he’s been in search of for a while and he knows that once listeners hear it, they will be hooked, as well.

So, you’ve heard the hits. You’ve seen him live on stage. But now with his new music, he’s ready to impact lives. So, get ready, because you are truly about to know Josh Gracin as never before!

Get more info on Josh Gracin by visiting his website!

Come early for a Home Cooked Meal! — Dine in at The Cascade Grill

Enjoy a hot, home-style dinner before the big show! With all-day breakfast, mountain-sized nachos, and mouth-watering burgers, The Cascade Grill has something for everyone to enjoy before the big show!

We encourage all our concert attendees to order off the full menu at the Cascade Grill before entering for the show!

See our menu here and learn more about The Cascade Grill!

Take the elevator home — stay at The Portlander Inn

Why worry about how you’re getting home when you can stay at our on-site hotel? The Portlander Inn welcomes you to Portland with the cozy feel of a true Northwest lodge. All 100 guest rooms offer refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots, free wireless internet, direct-dial phones with voicemail and televisions with complimentary HBO and Showtime premium channels. Learn more and book your room here.

Event Policies:

ALL PURCHASES ON TICKETS ARE FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS and NO TRANSFERS of tickets with the exception of event cancellations.

Support acts are subject to change.

No re-entry permitted.

21+ event.

If a ticket type is not sold out, there are always tickets available to purchase at the door on the day of the concert.

Questions? Check out the FAQs on the Ponderosa website for answers to the most common questions.