Join us on the shore of the mighty Columbia River for a weekend of Tiki-themed music, art and fashion, as we celebrate the early years of the USO, the end of WWII, and the return of our brave servicemen and women from the Pacific Theater. Their stories and souvenirs led to the Polynesian-pop movement that overtook America in the decades after the war.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and celebrate the 75th anniversary of the USO, we'll be entertaining the Tiki troops th a rollicking camp show, plus the usual assortment of surf and lounge bands, vending in our Island Marketplace, symposiums, riverside banquet, tropical drinks, and the longest-running home bar tour of its kind. Learn more »
Weekend passes are likely to sell out before hotel rooms, so you should purchase them first. If you can't stay for the full weekend, or passes sell out, tickets to individual shows are available in advance or at the door.
Stay on-site and have more fun! Tiki Kon rooms start at just $149/night for a double-queen. You don't have to stay on-site at the Red Lion to attend Tiki Kon, but you'll be just steps from the action if you do!
If you're flying in from distant lands, we suggest securing your tickets and hotel before booking a flight. It's much more expensive to cancel a flight if you find the tickets you want are sold out.
3/8/2016 Portland entertainer and impresario Tony Starlight will headline Saturday night at Tiki Kon with a USO-style variety camp show. Don't miss the Hangten Hangmen as the featured act on Friday night.
Tiki Kon is a great avenue for promoting your business regardless of your budget. Contact us to learn more.