Oat-of-this-World Pop-Up Comes to Portland


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Planet Oat at the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston. Photo: Planet Oat

[F]olks can discover just how out-of-this-world good oat milk is at this weekend’s Plan-Oat-Tarium pop-up experience in Portland, Oregon. Alternative milk purveyor Planet Oat is bringing an immersive virtual reality experience to three cities across the country, kicking off in Boston in April, with a second stop in Portland in May, and wrapping up in Los Angeles in early June. The Plan-Oat-Tarium experience is a free event that welcomes the public to sample tasty oat milk treats and take a trip through space to learn about the newest planet to enter our solar system, Planet Oat.

May 18–19
Gateway Discovery Park
10520 NE Halsey St
Portland, OR 97220

June 1–2
Hollywood and Highland (Central Courtyard)
6801 Hollywood Blvd, #170
Los Angeles, CA 90028

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