July 29 to August 27, 2017 everyday
*A special event ticket ticket is required for 8/15 and 8/22 from 5:30pm - 9:00pm. General Admission tickets will not be permitted on these two nights. A special event ticket is required for those hours. Please see our event listing for details.
SHOW HOURS10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday. The ticket office closes at 7:30 pm, and we recommend at least 2 hours to enjoy the show.
PARKINGParking is located onsite and complimentary at the 2017 NW Natural Street of Dreams. Show management recommends that attendees prepare to drive in a field to park and wear shoes that will be comfortable for walking long distances. Parking is in a field, so please know that it may dusty and the surface may be uneven.
Disabled parking is available near the ticket office and should be clearly marked. For additional assistance with handicap parking, please ask an attendant onsite upon your arrival for help with shuttling or disabled parking options.
From Portland, Vancouver, etc.
Follow I-205 South – Take exit 17 and head east on SE Foster Rd (towards the mountain). Take a right on SE 110th and head south towards the Lincoln Memorial Park & Funeral Home and continue straight where SE 112th turns into SE Mt. Scott Blvd. Head south and the road will veer left and continue southeast for a couple of miles and will turn into SE King Rd. Turn right at the Show site, just to your right. One main parking area will be on your left next to the Happy Valley Fire Station and Happy Valley Evangelical Church.
From Salem, Lake Oswego, West Linn, etc -- (heading on I-205 North)
From I-205 North take exit 14 Sunnyside and then take a right onto SE Sunnybrook Blvd. Follow this for about a mile and then take a right onto SE Sunnyside Rd. In about 1 mile take a left onto SE 122nd and head north. SE 122nd will veer to the right and will turn into SE 129th about 1/3 of the way to the site at the intersection of SE King and SE 129th. At SE 129th you will take a left and follow the signs into the main parking lot directly across from the Happy Valley Evangelical Church and adjacent the Happy Valley Fire Station.