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Blues Walk returns to downtown North Bend this weekend

Last year
Last year's North Bend Blues Walk headline, guitarist and vocalist Little Bill Englehart has spent much of his life on the road, playing blues music.
— image credit: Mary Miller Photo

Back for a second year, the North Bend Blues Walk expands to 16 venues, 6 p.m. to midnight Saturday, April 26, in downtown North Bend.

The Blues Walk celebrates Blues music, and brings musicians, from locals to legends, across multiple city blocks. Venues include The Pour House, Pioneer Coffee, Snoqualmie Valley Moose Lodge, Emerald City Smoothie, North Bend Theatre, Birches Habitat, Twede's Cafe, Euro Cafe, George's Bakery, Valley Center Stage, Boxley's, Chaplin's, Mt Si Art Supply, Office & Printing, 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.

The Blues Walk is hosted by the Boxley Music Fund, a member-run, non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to supporting live music performance and education.

Northwest Blues artists set to perform include Mike Lynch and the Bone Yard Preachers, Mark DuFresne Band, Rod Cook & Toast, Kim Field and the Titans of Tone, Elnah Jordan Band, Polly Okeary, Sea Town Rhythm & Blues, CD Woodbury, John Stephan Band, Red House, Son Jack and Michael Wilde, Mia Vermillion, Nick Vigarino, Brian Butler, Bryant Urban, Seth Freeman, Paul Green, Orville Johnson, Brian Lee, Eric Madis and Eric 'Two Scoops' Moore.

Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door, $10 for children, and can be bought at northbendblueswalk.com.

 

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