North Bend Jazz Walk to feature music throughout city

The 3rd Annual North Bend Jazz Walk on Sept. 13th, a highly-anticipated music festival nestled at the foot of Mount Si, will feature some of the finest jazz talent in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Sunday, September 7, 2014 11:47pm
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The 3rd Annual North Bend Jazz Walk on Sept. 13th, a highly-anticipated music festival nestled at the foot of Mount Si, will feature some of the finest jazz talent in the Pacific Northwest.
Eighteen venues in historic Downtown North Bend will play host to an evening celebrating jazz. The venues are: The Pour House, Pioneer Coffee, Snoqualmie Valley Moose Lodge, Emerald City Smoothie, North Bend Theatre, Birches Habitat, Piccola Cellars, Twede’s Cafe, Euro Cafe, George’s Bakery, Valley Center Stage, Pro Ski & Mountain Services, Boxley’s, Chaplin’s, Mt Si Art Supply, Replicator Graphics, Chang Thai and Scott’s Dairy Freeze.
All venues are family-friendly and all ages, except for the Pour House, which is 21 and over.
This event is sponsored by the Boxley Music Fund, a member-run, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting live music performance and education.
One ticket allows access to all shows and venues and people can walk from venue to venue. Tickets are $20 for adults in advance and $25 at the door. Youth tickets (under 15) are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets are available at northbendjazzwalk.com
Artists performing at the Jazz Walk include Mordy Ferber with Kistler & Gallio, Jay Thomas and the Cantaloupes, Diana Page Quartet with Katy Bourne, Kelly Eisenhour Trio, Emerald City Jazz Orchestra, Pete Petersen Septet, Danny Kolke Trio & Guests, Rob Scheps & Steve Christofferson, Chuck Deardorf & Gene Argel, Randy Halberstadt Quartet, Endemic Ensemble, Janette West Quartet, Bernie Jacobs Quartet, Future Jazz Heads, Bob Baumann & Friends, Paul Green Quintet, Aria Prame Trio, Leah Stillwell Duo, Milo Petersen Trio, Chris Fagan & Ty Bailie, Hans Brehmer Trio and Jennifer Kienzle Duo.

 

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