The Alhambra Theatre is located in the Southeast/ Mt. Tabor neighborhood of Portland Oregon. It first opened its doors in 1913 as a silent film theater, world famous for its use of different music for each screening of a film. The Alhambra was the only theater in the Pacific Northwest where you could attend various screenings of the same film and have a different experience each time. Today, as a music venue, this fact remains. The Alhambra Theatre consists of two rooms, two stages, and a thousand ways to command the night.
The Grand Hall is just that, grand. Boasting over 4000 square feet of standing room with a seated VIP section with perfect views of the stage, full mirrored quick service bar, four projection screens, full sound system, and vintage lighting. Every night at the Alhambra is one to remember.
Across the hall is Tebbetts Lounge. This room hosts the best up and coming locals and touring bands three to four nights a week. Tebbetts Lounge is a smaller performance space with a fully lowered stage, full size movie screen, unparalleled liquor selection, full sound system and acoustics you have to hear to believe.