Posted by Elly Blue (Columnist) on April 14th, 2009 at 8:35 am
Filmed by Bike Opening Night
April 17 from 6pm – 1am
Clinton Street Theater, SE 26th and Clinton
7:00, 9:00, 11:00 screenings
The Ruckus in the Street program shows at all Friday screenings
21+ for all shows on Friday.
New Belgium Street Party outside the festival is open to all ages.
$8-15 sliding scale for the movies, street party is free
$15 gets you two complimentary raffle tickets and the signature Filmed by Bike sticker.
Doors open 30 minutes before the show. Line forms one hour before the show. You may only buy one ticket at a time and you must have your ID. CASH ONLY.
We’re getting our week-long festival started right with the Opening Night Throwdown. Come inside to watch the movies (21+) and stay outside for the New Belgium Street Party, all ages and FREE! Though it’s all ages, the street party is a decidedly adult atmosphere.
NEW BELGIUM STREET PARTY
Come party in the street with us for the New Belgium Street Party. We’re opening up Clinton Street between 25th and 26th for our very own party with a beer garden, entertainers, music and more.
EMBRACE THE LINE- COME EARLY
Every year the Opening Night Throwdown screenings have sold out, so this year we added in an additional screening at 11pm. We suggest you come an hour early to get in and to have time to hang out at the New Belgium Street Party. Embrace the line; meet a new friend. Tickets go on sale a 1/2 hour before the screening time, so you can buy your ticket and hang out.
Shows are 21+ so you must have your ID and you can only buy a ticket for yourself. CASH only.
If you’re concerned about getting in, you should really consider buying one of our VIP Access Packs and come in style.
EMBRACE THE LINE
So, yeah, there is a line to get in. A line of awesomeness. Embrace the line. Make a friend. Meet the people you’re standing next to. Drink a beer – yes, you can do that in the line.
Filmed by Bike: April 17-23
Clinton Street Theater
Elly Blue has been writing about bicycling and carfree issues for BikePortland.org since 2006. Find her at http://takingthelane.com