Share:

Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series

04.17.17

Start Exploring
Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series

Share:

Advertisement
  • The Summer Solstice Block Party with the Portland skyline 2014.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Next Adventure's Michael Bowersox get's folks set to test out a SUP.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Hammerschlagen at its best.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Matt, co-founder of Deviation, and friends show off some of their finest skis for those dreaming of cooler days.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • One of Portland's finest, LoveBomb Go-Go Marching Band brought their A-game.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Beers in the Base Camp beer garden tent.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Hike it Baby keeping all the kiddos cool.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Bobbing for biners at the Next Adventure booth.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • KEEN had these sweet couches. - Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Mountain Shop brought this fun mountain bike course!- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Did you test it out?- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Good ol' fashioned tug-o-war at North Face.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Corn hole in the street.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Crow and the Canyon!- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Outdoor Project's Aron Bosworth maintains the OP booth at the 2016 Summer Solstice Block Party.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • 2016 Summer Solstice Block Party.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Patagonia sells and fixes old garments at the 2016 Summer Solstice Block Party.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • The Prana climbing wall was used all day long at the 2016 Summer Solstice Block Party.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • 2016 Summer Solstice Block Party.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Rooftop view of the 2016 Summer Solstice Block Party with the Portland skyline in the distance.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • An amazing set by Portland's famed Hill Stomp at the 2016 Summer Solstice Block Party.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • A 6-foot by 5-foot map of Colorado to start the planning process.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Mont-Bell team and guests at the Mile High Summer Shindig.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Mile High Clothing Co. at the Mile High Summer Shindig.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Outdoor Project's Denver-based Contributor Fernando Boza and lady friend pose with his photo from the Indian Peaks Wilderness.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Modern Leisure takes the stage.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • The Gin Doctors take the night home with some killer 90s covers.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • The vendor team gather after the event.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
  • Zeal Optic's Ryan Riggins shows off their latest eyewear.- Outdoor Project's 2017 Block Party Series
Article
Team

Outdoor Project is excited to announce their Block Party series that will travel throughout the West this summer. Over the past few years Outdoor Project has hosted successful events in Portland, Oregon, and Denver, Colorado, and we are excited to expand the block party events to more communities this summer. The mission of the event series is to bring together the local community and raise funds for local nonprofits. In 2016, $6,000 was raised for Outdoor School for All at the Portland event and $3,000 was raised at Denver's event for First Descents

Each event will host 20 to 30 vendors including local brands, retailers, and nonprofit organizations. You can expect a day filled with adventure, inspiration, live music, great beer, and local food carts. All of this while raising money for a local nonprofit...what's better than that? 

All events are free to the public, family-friendly, and dog friendly. 

The cities included in the summer series along with the brewery and nonprofit partners are as follows:

We look forward to celebrating adventure and community with all of you this summer. If you are looking to sponsor the event series, please reach out to Morgan at [email protected]

Advertisement
Comments

Comments

Published By

Published by

Team
8 Adventures Explored
3 Adventures Published

Newsletter Signup

Join the Outdoor Project Community

Get access to essential planning materials and information for your next adventure. Take a few seconds to join the community. It’s FREE!

Free Field Guides + Maps

Post Updates, Tips + Comments

Organize + Track Your Adventures

Insider Detailed Info, News + Benefits

Custom Driving Directions

Recommended Campsites, Photos + Reservation Info