Go Vocal: Portland’s Best All-Ages Karaoke Spots

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You’ve heard them belting out the entire Frozen soundtrack around the house time and time again (and again, and again) so you know your little ones love to sing out loud. Luckily, Portland is home to more than one all-ages karaoke bar which means you can give your kids a chance to star in their own soundtrack. Read on for our top spots for karaoke with the tots.

Chirp Kids Karaoke Cafephoto: Chirp Kids Karaoke

The Ambassador 
From 5-8 p.m. on Sundays, it’s family time at this Chinese restaurant and karaoke lounge. Here, your little singers won’t just be entertaining the others in your party, but instead they’ll be rocking the entire room. Expect to pay a $5 cover for the chance to take part of this raucous family fun. Added bonus: you can eat dinner right there!

4744 NE Sandy Blvd.
Online: ambassadorkaraoke.com

karaoke kidsphoto: Rob Briscoe via flickr 

Voicebox Karaoke
When you think of private karaoke in Portland, this is the place. And, yes, they let kids in but only before 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and before 7 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. If mom or dad want to enjoy an adult beverage, you’ll have to leave another adult with them while you step out into the bar: no drinks are allowed in the room when minors are present. Make a reservation online. $5/person and up.

734 SE 6th Ave.

2112 NW Hoyt
Online: voiceboxpdx.com

Punch Bowl Socialphoto: Marianne Walters

Punch Bowl Social 
Whether you’re having a birthday party that encompasses the all the all-ages wonders of this entertainment venue (Video games! Ping pong! Bowling!), or just coming to rock the mic, try out Punch Bowl Social’s private karaoke rooms with a huge selection of songs, from Disney to Def Leppard. Birthday party packages start at $250, or just rent a karaoke room by the hour. Reservations are available. You’ll probably want to check ahead on booking and prices if you’re headed there on evenings or weekends. Minors are welcome until 10 p.m.

340 SW Morrison St.
Online: punchbowlsocial.com/portland

Have you tried karaoke with your kids? Let us know in the comments!

—Kelley Gardiner