St. Patrick's Day drum blow out! Thant's right everyone! LRSD is back to blow up the intersection outside Katie O'Briens this St. Patrick's Day. Come for the drums, stay for the beer!
We hit 'em hard at 6:00pm!Katie O'Brien's
The parade starts at 9:30am just north of Eastport Plaza on Bush Street, 4000 SE 82nd Avenue. Currently the largest eastside parade, it has been instrumental in the renaissance of 82nd Avenue by embracing the shopping and service area for eastside neighbors and businesses. The Last Regiment of Syncopated Drummers will join the Parade again this year as we head north in the geographic center of Portland, on 82nd Avenue, starting at Bush Street, turning and finishing in the Montavilla District, on Yamhill Street at 78th Avenue.Eastport Plaza
The Portland General Electric/SOLVE Starlight Parade offers funky, eclectic fun for everyone. From traditional marching bands and flood-lit floats, to glow-in-the-dark umbrellas and unique hand-built entries, you’ll see the best of Portland’s diverse community groups (and surrounding Northwest region) together in one whimsical pageant. 2020 makes for an exciting Starlight Parade as it celebrates more than 40 years in the city of Portland.
This marks Last Regiment's 20th year in the Starlight Parade!Streets of Downtown Portland
Pride has been celebrated in Portland since the early 1970’s. The first outdoor celebration was in 1975. Pride Northwest, Inc. has organized the annual Portland Pride Waterfront Festival and Parade since 1994.
The Last Regiment teams up with Kaiser Permanente to help celebrate the march.
Portland N. Park Blocks
The 20th Annual Econoline Meet!
Ford Econoline Vans and Pickups from 1961-1967.
Free Event with food, drinks, fun, goodies and maybe a raffle for great prizes.
The Last Regiment marches through the classic Fords and wakes up the neighborhood!Les Schwab Tire Center
The 3-Course Challenge features three distinct courses with varying degrees of difficulty: easy, moderate, and difficult. Each of the races are run on grass, dirt, sand roads and trails; no pavement, though there is a little mud. Okay, more than a little. A giant mud hole, nicknamed "Clear Lake" is the highlight of the course for most of the runners. The mud on their faces, splashed across their competitor's number, and coating their running shoes is like battle scars at the end of the race, symbol of victory, proof of their conquering the quest! The Last Regiment drums the sound of victory!Camp Rilea
The Last Regiment is currently raising money to travel to New York to represent Portland, OR and the Syncopated Drumming community at large in the Oct. 31st Halloween Parade...under a FULL MOON!
Find out how you can be a part of the action and help our group get to New York!