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Friday, June 2
Not 2 Much presents “Noite Brasileira: featuring Adriana Giordano” Northwest favorites Marina Albero (Synths/Keys) and D’Vonne Lewis (Drums) create a powerful soundscape of rhythm and textures while opening space for some unique players to join and take us on a musical journey. 10:30pm, The Royal Room Tickets: $20 advance, $25 doors https://theroyalroomseattle.com/
Jim Page and Grant Dermody in Concert 7pm at the Couth Buzzard
Seattle’s Bard, guitarist Jim Page, and harmonica legend Grant Dermody — together in an intimate coffeehouse setting. Masks strongly encouraged.
Saturday, June 3
Celebrating Stew Hendrickson, 2-5pm at the Couth Buzzard
Stewart Hendrickson has long been a valued member of the Seattle folk scene, and a treasured friend to the Couth Buzzard. His work in reviving the Pacific Northwest Folklore Society brought many talented artists to our venue over the years, and his hosting abilities shone during the monthly concerts he organized. Weekend visitors were occasionally lucky enough to catch a solo show, highlighting Stew’s own fiddle and ukulele playing and powerful voice. Come by between 2:00 and 5:00pm on Saturday to wish Stew well and visit with him as he leaves Seattle for his next chapter. We will miss him greatly!
Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival
Saturday, June 3 | 11:00am – 6:00pm PT
Sunday, June 4 | 12:00pm – 6:00pm PT
Seattle Center Armory & Mural Amphitheatre, FREE | In-Person
Bring the whole family to observe the anniversary of Philippine independence at the largest Filipino art and cultural festival in the Pacific Northwest.
- Traditional and Contemporary Dance Performances
- Variety of Classical and New Music
- Film Festival
- Tattoo Exhibit and Demonstration
- Workshop about the Ancient Writings of the Philippines
- Culinary Arts and Cooking Demos
- Art, Photography, and Artifacts Exhibits
- Children’s Activities
Sunday, June 4
New England Jam, 6-8:30pm at the Couth Buzzard
hosted by Laurie Andres & WB Reid
Wednesday, June 7
Alan Hirsh concert at the Greenwood Senior Center, 1-2pm
Join music historian and veteran performer Al Hirsch as he plays and discusses favorite American folk tunes.
Saturday, June 10
FORTNIGHT OF DOOM rescheduled to June 24
Due to the scheduling of a memorial for marvelous musician and sweet soul Harper Tasche, Magical Strings and the Whateverly Brothers are rescheduling FORTNIGHT of DOOM 4/V “Busted All Over?” June 10th to Saturday, June 24th at the usual 5 PM, on our FB and YT page/channel. Happy Solstice y’all!
Tuesday, June 21
Summer Solstice Labyrinth Walks, 7–9pm
Celebrate the longest day of the year by walking labyrinths together. The labyrinth is an ancient way to reflect and center. This outdoor family-friendly event includes multiple labyrinths, stations for chalk art and crafting, and the evening will conclude with a led circle dance. Saint Mark’s Cathedral, 1245 10th Avenue East, Seattle, 98105. No charge to attend; contributions welcomed. RSVP at https://