Thursday, June 5, 2014

Led Zeppelin Experience to perform at Historic Everett Theatre

No Quarter, Tribute to Led Zeppelin– Summer Solstice Concert at Historic Everett Theatre
No Quarter, Tribute to Led Zeppelin– Summer Solstice Concert at Historic Everett Theatre
By Ed Shaw Entertainment, June 5, 2014
Event: The Led Zeppelin Experience featuring No Quarter, a Tribute to Led Zeppelin, will perform at the Historic Everett Theatre, 2911 Colby Ave,Everett, WA98201 on June 21st, 2014 (Summer Solstice). The event is all ages. Tickets for this show may be purchased online at, at the Venue box office, or by calling (425) 258-6766.

Ticket prices are as follows: $30 VIP, $25 VIP Reserved, $20 Reserved Seating, $15
General Admission. Doors are at 7pm. Show starts at 8pm. Seating is limited.
Performing Artist: The Led Zeppelin Experience featuring No Quarter
No Quarter is a critically acclaimed live musical tribute to Led Zeppelin. The band has been cited for producing detailed, accurate and authentic replications of live performances and musical compilations of the original Led Zeppelin circa 1968-1973. The bands set lists vary from show to show, some performances being a straight ahead charge of instantly recognizable album cuts, to more carefully orchestrated performances that are reproductions of actual full-length Led Zeppelin concerts in their entirety (eg This Song Remains the Same). The band has been known to integrate large format video projection and laser lighting effects into their performances. No Quarter has toured nationally across the United States, sharing the stage with
national touring Artists including Foreigner, Jefferson Starship, Molly Hatchet, Peter Frampton, Steppenwolf, Nazareth, Kansas, Tesla, Warrant, and Eric Burden and the Animals. The drummer has a gong, and the guitarist a bow... and they BOTH know how to use them.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Historic Everett Theatre - Batter Up.

You say "Theater", I say "Theatre"
It is always refreshing to hear a Venue Manager take the time to remind others which spelling of the word “theater/theatre” that they utilize for business affairs. When they do it is usually the latter, and such is typically a good sign. Such is the case with the Historic Everett Theatre in Everett, WA. Established originally in 1901 as the Everett Opera House, the Everett Theater hosted live music performances as well as theater and vaudeville shows. In it's early years, many of the nation’s most popular performers would take it's stage: Al Jolson, George M. Cohen, Nat Cole (before he became Nat "King Cole", Emmet Miller, Fatty Arbuckle, Helen Hayes, Helen Keller, Lillian Russell, Anna Held to name a few.
Some notable attractions/amenities of the now 800 capacity theatre that have followed it into the 21st century include it's magnificent boiler room (a steampunk dream), as well as an original Kimball Organ, the latest of a series of three, the 1st of which installed in 1918.

Bridging the Gap
Towards the latter part of the 20th century, The Everett Theatre was sent into brief slumber, due to circumstances common to most cyclical generation gaps. Out with the old, in with the new (or so most think at the time). There comes a point in each generational cycle, when the generation at bat realizes that they have been PUNK’D by Mother Nature. Realizing that they’ve just re-invented the wheel, everyone quietly takes a step back, places their gloves and bats on the ground and there is a humbling and peaceful calm that never lasts long enough. After a decade or two, the scoreboard is cleared, the past is forgotten, and the next team is ushered out onto the field. Someone hears “Batter up!” You have just entered The Twilight Zone. Worse-it's only been one minute, and you’ve got a sucker in your mouth.

Entertainment Value, as intangible as it is, can be measured in cold hard cash. Understanding great entertainment is an entirely different matter and of a metaphysical nature. It is sophisticated yet primal. “It” revolves around an objective understanding of human nature. Although environmental variables, science and technology advance in a linear manner, the fundamental principles of entertainment by nature (or design), do not change. Those that possess the ability to see and understand these principles (usually possessing a talent of their own), may in turn harness and utilize this gift as a means to livelihood. With enough left brain thrown into the mix, such livelihood bears potential to evolve into a multi-billion dollar enterprise. For more info,
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Re-Opening of Historic Everett Theatre
On or about the year 2000 A.D., a group of thoughtful and caring community members began the slow process of nudging the Theater back to life (to the tune of several 1000s of dollars and man hours). The torch had been successfully passed and it was time for the Everett theatre to get back to business.
Since HG Wells timeline as set in "The Shape of Things to Come" looked to be either slightly off or perhaps delayed, the Historic Everett Theater decided to get back to its roots with respect to entertainment programming-"SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE". Although the concept sounds simple, it is anything but. Ask PT Barnum, who actually coined the phrase. He's been dead for 125 years now. Guess what. Nothing has changed.
“The players may change but the game remains the same”
-Author Unknown

Unless PT Barnum made it into HG Wells' time mac
and is in the Boiler Room, someone at The Everett Theater seems to have more than a clue. At first glance, ceteris paribus, the now Historic Everett Theater seems postured to re-assert itself once again as a viable, well-diversified Performing Arts Theater, and one of the oldest in existence west of the Rocky Mountains.
Venue Information:
The Historic Everett Theatre is located at 2911 Colby Ave, Everett, WA 98201. Venue business hours are 2:00pm - 5:00pm Monday thru Saturday. For a calendar of upcoming events at the Historic Everett Theater, or for more information, visit
On June 21st, 2014 (Summer Solstice 2014), Everett Theatre presents The Led Zeppelin Experience, featuring No Quarter, a Live Musical Tribute to Led Zeppelin. All-Ages, Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm. Tickets available online at or, at the Venue Box Office or by calling (425) 258-6766.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Seattle Fenix Night Club to Re-open New Years Eve 2013

Fenix (Seattle, WA ). Grand Opening Weekend at the New Fenix in Pioneer Square, featuring The Beatniks (Seattle, WA) on Friday, January 3rd, 2014. Doors are at 8pm. 21 and over. Tickets are $10 in advance or at the door. Seating will be limited.  124 S. Washington ST in Pioneer Square- Seattle, WA.
2014 Seattle Concert Poster: The Beatniks at the Fenix, January 3rd, 2014
Beatniks at the Fenix re-opening.

The New Fenix (Seattle, WA) will open on New Years Eve, December 31st, 2013. Owner, Rick Wyatt, has resurfaced with what could very well be perfect timing. It has now been close to a decade since the last incarnation of the Fenix (109 S. Washington) closed it's doors. Prior to that, Wyatt literally crawled from the rubble of it's successful predecessor, the former 315 2nd Ave S. location of the Fenix, destroyed by the Nisqually Earthquake in 2001.

The Nisqually Earthquake of 2001 was the first in a series of events that was hell bent on taking out the post-Grunge Seattle live music and nightlife scene, especially Pioneer Square. Throw in the Seattle Mardis Gras Riot that happened 12 hours earlier, the fall of the Twin Towers, the start of the Aphganistan War later that year, and then Initiative 901, the smoking ban passed in 2005. Collectively, this amounted to a less than ideal atmosphere to run a nightclub in. What the above could not finish, the economic crash of 2008 did.

The aforementioned symphony of doom would eventually be fatal to what is arguably the most recently recognizable “era” in the local Seattle Music and Nightlife scene. By the latter part of 2007, the Pioneer Square of the 90s, and the Seattle Club Scene that played host to "Rock and Roll's last stand", was down and out on Skid Road.

Will there ever be a ressurrection of the beloved Pioneer Square of the 90s? Maybe in your dreams. In this case the movie "Singles" may as well be "American Graffiti". Rephrase that question, Is there a future for Seattle Nightlife and Live Music in the wings?  

Fact of the matter is that we are talking about a Historic district of a Major US city that has for most of its recent history has been home to a sustained and vibrant local live music scene (or scenes), long before the late 90s, 80s, 70s, 60s and even 50s.  You don't have to hope for some kind of “New Wave” (that one is already taken). It's already in the making. Look out, it could be right next to you. I'll never forget a friends own brief but surprisingly accurate summation of the word, “era”:

"Watch out! Those damn "era" thangs are sneaky m@ther F_ckers! Usually they been there the whole damn time - one part past, one part present and one part future. Watch out! If you ain't smack dab in the middle of one, it'll fly right by you, ya know, like some crazy ass Bird!"

Time does fly. The smog that choked out the local Seattle night club and live music scene of the 90s seems to be clearing, at least enough to make sense of what's left, what to take from it, and what to leave, and where to go in the future. Initiatives to revitalize the business community in Pioneer Square have been underway for a while now, with some coming successfully to fruition. City of Seattle Employees agree that nightlife is an important factor in the economic health of Pioneer Square and the greater Seattle area. Others think of it [nightlife] as more of a key ingredient. The only ones left to chime in the subject are those that are willing to put their money on it. Listen. Do you here it? Ahh, maybe that was just a bird.

Although there are many definitions of the term Fenix, let’s consider a disambiguation of the term, spelled PHOENIX, the etymology of which is rooted in Greek Mythology and even earlier in Ancient Egyptian Mythology:

"phoenix or phenix (Ancient Greek φοίνιξ phóinīx) is a long-lived bird that is cyclically regenerated or reborn. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor." -(Wikipedia) .

Is it possible for a nightclub to inherently possess such regenerative powers? Not in the real world, but we're not talking about the real world.  In the “real world”, there was that one guy that survived 3 consecutive incarnations of the same venue, crawled out of an earthquake that took the 4th , and then fired up the 5th one down the street. Yes the doors had to close, as did many others shortly thereafter.

Mr. Rick Wyatt is back for Round 6. Do you think he forgot the Resurrection Spell of the Fenix?  Well we'll see on December 31st, 2013. 

Bottom line: A New Fenix can't really lose,- at least for 500 years according to mythological accounts, and who wants to be around that long anyway? 
The Beatniks shall perform during Grand Re-Opening Weekend of the Fenix, on Friday, January 3rd, 2013. Doors at 8pm. Tickets are $10 in advance, or $10 at the door. There have been rumors of acrobats in the air and other fun stuff. LIMITED SEATING. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit For reserved seating or custom packages, call 206-748-9738.

Friday, September 27, 2013

Suncadia Harvest Festival 2013

8th Annual Suncadia Harvest Festival

8th Annual Suncadia Harvest Festival 2013 (Cle Elum, WA) 

Come ring in the fall season at the 8th annual Suncadia Harvest Festival at the Historice Nelson Dairy Farm at Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum, WA.  This family-friendly celebration will take place for two consecutive weekends-October 5th-6th and October 12th-13th.

The Suncadia Harvest Festival featuring activities including live entertainment, a giant straw maze, a kid's obstacle course, a pumpkin patch (All proceeds from the pumpkin patch benefit HopeSource.), wagon rides, the "Big Dirty Run", known as "a mud run like no other", and a "Haunted" Movie Theater that will feature the films Hotel Transylvania, Monster House, Frankenweenie, and ParaNorman.  

Suncadia Harvest Festival 2013 - Live Music and Variety Performances

The Entertainment lineup at the 2013 Suncadia Harvest Festival will include live musical performances by Baby Gramps (World famous Mississippi/Delta Blues Guitarist as seen on the David Letterman Show, the Motown Cowboys (60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and Current Top 40, Classic Rock, Blues, Country and more), The Rangers (Country, Rock n Roll Oldies and more), and Rockbot, which performs as a Live Karaoke Band in which guests may join the stage to experience performing with a with a real live band.  Variety performers will include Caricature Artist Lou Medina, Magic and Mind Reading by Nash Fung, and the "Giant Chicken Rider" brought to you by the Zambini Brothers. 

2013 Special Events at Suncadia Harvest Festival 

This years Special events shall include the 2nd Annual  Cidermaker's dinner (Sat October 12th), a six course gourmet dinner sponsored by Tieton Cider Works. For more information or to make reservations for the Cidermaker's dinner, call Portals Restaurant at 509-649-6473.

Another Special event scheduled for 2013's Harvest Festival is the "Big Dirty Run" (Sunday, October 13th, 2013 from 11am to 1:00pm).  This event, coined as "the mud run like no other", will be sponsored by Iron Horse Brewery.  Participants must register at the Suncadia Swim and Fitness Center prior to the event. 

Event Schedule 

Event Schedule - Suncadia Harvest Festival 2013

*Schedule subject to change without notice and performance times may vary slightly. 
Saturday, October 5th, 2013  -12:00 pm to 5:00 pm 
12:00pm-2:00pm Motown Cowboys (Classic Rock, Rock n Roll, Country, Blues and more)
2:00pm - 3:00pm Suncadia Pie Eating Contest
3:00pm - 4:00pm Motown Cowboys
3:00pm to 4:30pm Haunted Movie Theater featuring the film Hotel Transylvania
from 12:00pm-4:00pm, the roving Giant Chicken Rider

Sunday, October 6th, 2013 - 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm 

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm The Rangers (Variety Country Classics and Contemporary, Rock n Roll Oldies and more!)
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm  Magic and Mind Reading featuring Nash Fung
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Haunted Movie Theater featuring the film ParaNorman
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm The Rangers
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm Magic and Mind Reading featuring Nash Fung
from 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm Caricatures by Lou 

Saturday, October 12th, 2013 - 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm 

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Rockbot, Karaoke with Live Band!
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Suncadia Pie Eating Contest
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm Alex ZerbeProfessional Zaniac and 2 time Guinness World Record Holder
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Haunted Movie Theater featuring the film Frankenweenie
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Rockbot, Karaoke with Live Band!
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm Caricatures by Lou 
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm Special Event, 2nd Annual Cidermaker's Dinner (for more information call Portals Restaurant at 509-649-6473.)

Sunday, October 13th, 2013 - 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm 

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Special Event- 2nd Annual Big Dirty Run
1:00pm - 2:00pm The Reptile Man
2:30pm - 3:00pm Baby Gramps, World Famous Delta Blues Musician and Folk Artist
3:00pm - 4:30pm Haunted Movie Theater featuring the film Monster House

For a map to the 2013 Suncadia Harvest Festival at Nelson Dairy Farm in Cle Elum, WA,  click here.

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For more information on the event,  visit or contact Karen Porter at

Video from 2012 Harvest Festival: 

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Goodman Music Festival (Gig Harbor, WA) June 8th, 2013

Goodman Music Festival 2013
June 8th, 2013
Goodman Middle School
3701 38th Ave NW GigHarbor, WA 98335
11:00 am - 8:00 pm | Doors at 10:30 am
All Ages | $25 Advance Tickets available online

On Saturday June 8th, Goodman ASB presents the Goodman Music Festival. This 1st year festival will take place from 11am - 8pm, with a music lineup featuring local and international Artists including Left Hand Smoke, Jennifer Lind and the Variety Pack, Lynval Golding (of The Specials) featuring Lushy and the Shy Boys. All proceeds generated shall benefit Goodman Middle School and be used to fund Student Body athletics, clubs, programs and future social events.

Music Lineup:
11:00 AM Jennifer Lind and the Variety Pack
1:00 PM Lynval Golding (of The Specials) featuring Lushy
2:00 PM Perry Acker
4:00 PM Left Hand Smoke
6:00 PM The Shy Boys

Goodman Music Fest is a rain or shine, open air concert that will take place on the fields of Goodman Middle School in Gig Harbor, WA. Festival goers may bring a blanket or folding chair for seating. A selection of vendors will be onsite for purchase of food and beverages (no outside food or beverage allowed). Re-entry will be allowed with proof of ticket purchase.

About the Artists:
Jennifer Lind andthe Variety Pack
Jennifer Lind and the Variety Pack Band perform a variety of Pop Hits from yesterday and today, with a repertoire that spans many decades (50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s, current) and styles (Pop Rock, Swing, Country, Motown, Disco) of music. Jennifer Lind and the Variety Pack have toured internationally. Members of the ensemble have been performed on Grammy-Award winning recordings as well as motion picture soundtracks.
Perry Acker
Perry Acker is Award Winning Recording Artist hailing from Gig Harbor, WA. The band received national acclaim with their winning of the 2011 Gimme the Gig competition sponsored by Ford Motors. This success was followed the same year with the band's 2011 Album, Path to Freedom, which was produced by 7 time Grammy Award winning producer, Don Was

The band's fan base has been known to compare Perry Acker to a "modern day Beatles group", citing the band's pop hooks and colorful range of musical dynamics. Perry Acker has performed alongside National Recording Artists including Neil Citron, Paul Rodgers (Bad Company, Free, Paul Rodgers Band), and Vicci Martinez (a now National Artist also hailing from the Pacific Northwest). The band references The Eagles, Supertramp, Fleetwood Mac and the Beatles as influences in both the bands music as well as their high-energy performance style. Perry Acker Lead Vocalist Pete Johnson describes the band's sound as "Dave Matthews meets John Mayer with a little bit of Fleetwood Mac and Super Tramp. Put them all in a bucket and mix it around". 
Lefthand Smoke
Northwest Favorites Lefthand Smoke, featuring front men (and brothers) Ben and Will Mish features a style best described as " a blend of neo-soul and rock that is steeped in tradition, yet entirely original and fresh". The Rolling Stones, Van Morrison, Bob Dylan and James Brown have also been referenced as musical influences.

Notable highlights of the bands career include headlining Bumbershoot (Seattle's highly acclaimed annual music festival), opening for national touring Artists Maroon 5 and John Mayer and sharing the stage with members of Pearl Jam during a benefit show in Seattle, WA (Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard and Mike McCready). Original recording by Lefthand Smoke have appeared on Network Television, including the show ER and the Discovery Channel. The band recently licensed another original recording, Shine On Everything, to air on Grey's Anatomy (Jan 17th, 2013 episode).

Lynval Golding of the Specials featuring Lushy
Lynval Golding is known as rhythm guitarist of The Specials, a British ska band that garnered 7 consecutive top 10 hits in the UK between 1979 and 1981. Number 1 hits included "Too Much Too Young" in 1980 and "Ghost Town" in 1981.

The show will feature local Seattle recording Artist, Lushy (Dionysus Records). Lushy's musical style is a pop blend of original samples, Bossa beats, vintage Latin Jazz, surf, new wave and other distinctive styles that renders an intercontinental style and sound.

The Shy Boys
Local band the Shy Boys feature multi-instrumentalist musicians performing a variety of acoustic covers of hits by original Artists the Eagles, Santana, the Doobie Brothers and other 70s and 80s era Favorites. The Shy Boys have been voted "Best Band" by South Sound Magazine for the last 3 years running, and took second place in King 5's 2011 "Best of Western Washington" competition.

Tickets for Goodman Music Fest may be purchased by Goodman Middle School Students and families at the Goodman Middle School ASB Window or online. Tickets are also available for purchase by the general public online at the price of $25. Admission for Children 7 years and younger is at no charge. All ticket proceeds will support Goodman Middle School athletics, clubs, social events and associated activities.

For parking, directions, and other additional information regarding Goodman Music Fest, visit

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Seattle Heart Ball 2013

Founded in 1924, The American Heart Association 
Seattle Heart Ball 2013
may be the longest functioning volunteer institution in america. Also, it is one of the largest.  Statistically, it is estimated that an American will have a "coronary heart event" every 25 seconds in our country.

Stunningly, not 1 minute goes by without an American dying
from such an event. The issue of coronary disease and stroke is immense on a national scale.

The American Heart Association has long been the flagship organization for the nations battle against Coronary disease and stroke. The American Heart Association not only promotes heart-related research and education, but provides support and motivation for People in america which are currently or have been struggling with the necessary changes in lifestyle and diet that are essential for getting on the track to better cardiovascular health.

 The Seattle Heart Ball is a celebration and recognition of the organization's success', made possible by a  strong base of donors and volunteers that have assisted in saving millions of lives.

The Seattle Heart Ball is also a critical and well established fundraising event for the American Heart Association.   In 2012, The Heart Ball raised over $51 million throughout the nation, which subsequently funded millions of dollars in vital research, programs and activities on local, regional and national levels throughout the nation.

The 2013 Seattle Heart Ball, presented by the American Heart Association, is scheduled for April 27th at the Sheraton Hotel, located at 1400 6th Avenue in Seattle, WA. The event will begin at 6pm and feature silent and live auction,dinner, awards, guest speakers, live music and more.

 The Seattle Heart Ball is a well publicized event with the aim to bring community and leadership together for an engaging, exciting and successful celebration. For more information regarding the Seattle Heart Ball, visit

Sunday, February 10, 2013

14th Annual Run 21-2013 in Tygh Valley, OR

Run 21 2013 Event Flyer

14th Annual Run 21 Motorcycle Rally 2013

The Run 21 Motorcycle Rally 2013 presented by SE Portland Chapter ABATE of Oregon, will take place Friday July 19th through July 21st at the magnificent White River Canyon in Tygh Valley, Oregon (formerly held in Birkenfeld, OR) The event is a major national motorcycle rally that has been produced annually for 14 consecutive years.

Characteristic of the Run 21 Motorcycle Rally is the fact that it is a truly bonafide, old-school biker rally, consistent of fashionable motorcycles that have had a long innate history of enthusiasm with its respective national and international fan base. Run 21 has been categorized as one of the “go to” motorcycle rallies in the United States. Thousands of fans make their way from all 50 states, Canada and overseas. The local and international fan base is a major milestone from which Run 21 has come to cater to with a tastefully diverse and eclectic mix of fun and activities for all to enjoy.

Another distinction of the Run 21 Motorcycle Rally is a track record of producing consistently outstanding music lineups for the last several years.. For 2013 this trend continues with a lineup that will include national headliners Foghat, Eddie Money and the Fryed Brothers Band along with special guests including No Quarter (Tribute to Led Zeppelin), Appetite for Deception (Tribute to Guns ‘n’ Roses) and others. Also this year’s rally will host professionally produced laser shows on both Friday (Laser Zeppelin on Friday w/No Quarter performing Live) and Saturday (Laser Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon).

In terms of activities, visitors will be able to enjoy a variety of cuisine from a number of on-site vendors. Several games, contests, and side show entertainment will be on site to cater demands, including the Run 21 Girls, the Burnout Pit, Fashion Shows, The Beer Belly contest and more. Expect a larger than ever offering of authentic motorcycle gear and attire, custom tattooing and more. Free camping and river access are permitted. Run 21 is a chance to get an authentic taste of motorcycle culture, and the surprisingly diverse but collective individuals that come together in celebration of the solidarity, pride and freedom that are considered by many the core values of the motorcycle world.

Advance ticket sales have already started and are available at Ticket prices are $70 when purchased in advance and $80 at the gate. Patrons must be aware that there is no Thursday entry under any circumstances, and no campfires, fireworks, guns nor pets will be allowed. Live music will be running on Friday and Saturday only.

Come and join the fun at the 14th Annual Run 21, this July 19th through July 21st, 2013 at the White River Canyon in Tygh Valley, OR.

Main Stage Lineup:
Friday, July 19th: Foghat, The Fryed Brothers, Laser Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon, and special guests Haymaker

Saturday, July 20th: Eddie Money ,Laser Zeppelin, featuring No Quarter (Live), Appetite for Deception, Tribute to Guns & Roses

Other Activities: The Run 21 Girls | Adult Games | Camping | Burnout Pit | Bike Show | River Access | Great Food | Tattoos | Leather Goods | Bike Gear

General Info: 21 and over only. $70 Advance | $80 at Gate | WEEKEND PASSES ONLY

Advance Tickets available at

About the Venue: 
The 14th Annual Run 21 shall be held in White River Canyon, OR:
- only 100 miles east of Portland, and just S. of the Dalles.
- A Wild and Scenic Concert Venue nestled in a beautiful desert valley near the Mount Hood area.
- Canyon bluffs, beautiful terrain and river access. White River flows along the the N. border of the venue.
Read more about the White Rivers designation as officially "Wild and Scenic" by the ORRRC in 1988 here...

Venue Address: 89720 Jake Davidson Road, Tygh Valley, OR.
Run 21 Site Map and Directions:

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Past Run 21 Event posters, pictures, flyers, etc.:
2009: Run 21 2009 Event Info 
2010: Run 21 2010 Event Info
2011: Run 21 2011 Event Info
2012: Run 21 2012 Event Info

Monday, February 4, 2013

Medina PTA 2013 Auction POP GOES MEDINA

Medina PTA 2013 Auction with Rockbot at Hyatt Regency Bellevue
2013 Benefit Auction
to benefit the Medina Elementary PTA
with special guests ROCKBOT-Live Band Karaoke

SAT February 9th, 2013

Hyatt Regency Bellevue
900 Bellevue Way NE 
Bellevue, WA

New Blues Brothers - Point Casino Kingston

Blues Power Revue
Point Casino
7989 NE Salish Ln, Kingston, WA 98346
9pm | 21 and over only |

The Blues Power Revue featuring the New Blues Brothers come to Kingston to present  their world-class tribute to America's favorite duo at the Point Casino.  Also performing will be Stripped Screw Burlesque. This event will be at the Point Event Center at the Point Casino. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased online at

Disclaimer:  The Blues Power Revue featuring the New Blues Brothers or any of it's members are not affiliated with or claim to be affiliated with or endorsed by the creators or owners of the original "Blues Brothers" motion picture or sound track. 

Friday, October 12, 2012

Swiftwater Cellars Harvest Festival 2012

Swiftwater Cellars 
Harvest Festival 2012 
Live Music by 
Motown Cowboys 
Classic Rock, Country, Blues and more...

Stomp your own glass of wine!


featuring variety of Northwest Brews

Swiftwater Cellars 
Washington's Premiere Destination Winery
301 Roperider DR. 
Cle Elum, WA