Our Venue: Revolution Hall

Our Venue: Revolution Hall

Our conference will be held at Revolution Hall. It is a beautiful concert venue located on the thriving inner east side of Portland. It was converted from a high school, and still has some lockers in the hallway for that extra ambiance.


The venue has a large and beautiful primary theater, as well as many other social spaces:

  • The Library & Astoria Room where we will be hosting our Unconference discussions
  • The Sunset Room which will be our Quiet room
  • The Library room where our snacks and drinks catering will happen
  • An on-site restaurant and coffee shop!

It also has outdoor seating and a city park directly on the property for plenty of fresh air and free space.


We are committed to hosting a conference that is accessible to everyone. This page contains accessibility information as well as links to other resources. If you have questions or require any additional accommodations, please email us.

Conference spaces

All conference spaces at the Revolution Hall are wheelchair-accessible.

The venue has:

  • step-free access to all parts of the conference
  • elevators that are open and unlocked during all conference events
  • accessible, clearly labeled restrooms

Low vision or hard of hearing

We will have live captioning during the presentation. If you are hearing impaired and are not able to see the captions, a member of staff can move you to a closer seat.

Preferred seating will be provided for attendees who request it. Please contact us about any lighting requirements you may have, and we will do our best to meet them.


All transit in Portland announce stops verbally in English. Most buses have a visual display of upcoming stops. See the Trimet Website for more information.

Service Animals

Service Animals are welcome at our conference venue.

Dietary requirements

We aim to meet all dietary requirements. Our menu and ingredients will be clearly labeled on the food at the event.


Accessible restrooms are clearly marked and easy to find.

Bathrooms on the second floor (auditorium level) are gender-segregated and multi-stall. Bathrooms on the first floor (snack & networking spaces level) are gender-neutral and multi-stall.


There are two ADA spots in the guest parking lot and there is no charge to use these spots. Any of the streets east of the venue (15th Ave and higher) allow for all-day street parking.

Entering the building

The main entrance is actually an unassuming ground-level door on the west side of building. Please enter there and follow the signs for event check-in.

Quiet room

We will have a clearly marked quiet room available. This room is intended to be a calm and quiet place for anyone who needs to have a break from the bustle of the conference, and will not be used for socializing.

Parents room

We have a dedicated Parents room that is available as needed. Please check in with registration to get the access information.

Did we miss something?

Have we neglected something you need, or is there something not mentioned that would make your attendance possible or improve your experience? Please email us, and we’ll do what we can to provide it.


Thank you to Djangocon US for inspiration on this page.