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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Here's where to find live music in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park this weekend.
IvyLane plays at North City Bistro on Friday

17551 15th NE
206-549-9149
Open Mic with Kathy Morris

Saturday, August 23  - 7-10pm 
Join us again for another open mic! First half hour is devoted to our youngest performers. We enjoy them sooo much! Keyboard, PA and mics provided. Bring your voice, your instrument and your love of music. The rewards are endless!

All ages all the time
Music from 8:30-10:30pm - Cover charge
1520 NE 177th St in North City
206-365-4447
Serves Small Plates, Entrees, and Desserts 4:30- 10:30pm

Friday, August 22 - 8 - 10:30pm $5 cover
IvyLane is back in the house for another (potentially extended:) performance. They are scheduled to play from 8-10:30, and for $5 cover, but last time they were here, the audience kept asking for another, then another and another song, so they played for an extra hour, and Everyone had a Great time! These 2 are consummate performers, and know how to read a room and play to it!

Saturday, August 23 - 8:30-10:30pm $5 Cover
A night of Jazz Standards, Originals, Funk and Blues by these amazing young men (15 yr old guitar player Jack, Ben on Drums and Luke on Bass, both 12 yrs old). You need to hear these guys to believe how talented they really are, and such nice young men too!

Family venue - 3 restaurants
17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park 98155
206-366-3302

Friday, August 22 - 7:30 - 9:30pm free
Mark's versatile guitar style skillfully combines blues, R/B, and jazz with just a touch of the old Seattle sound and a dash of New Orleans soul. 2010 Washington Blues Society’s “Best Male Blues Vocalist”

Saturday, August 23 - 7:30 - 9:30pm  free
Rat City Brass "Big Band/Jazz"
Seattle's premier Tijuana Brass tribute band. Dancing strongly suggested! Combining infectious melodies from the 1960s golden age of instrumental pop, cool cocktail exotica and a touch of contemporary roar, Rat City Brass have fashioned one of those exceptional bands that is guaranteed to raise smiles from old-school music aficionados and jaded hipsters alike.

18041 Aurora Ave N - central Aurora
206-542-6688

Happy Hour 4:00 - 7:00pm Nightly
$7 pitchers, $3.50 well drinks
Free pool all the time

Friday, August 22

Saturday, August 23
Shoreline City Hall Parking Garage
17500 Midvale Ave N

Saturday, August 23
There is often music at the Saturday Farmer's Market - some scheduled, some spontaneous.

Lower level parking of Town Center
Intersection of Bothell Way and Ballinger Way

Sunday, August 24
From 10 am to 3 pm, Quichua Mashis plays traditional and modern music from the Andes mountains. If you’ve never heard these wonderful musicians, you don’t want to miss this chance. Their lively sounds enliven the market – happiness guaranteed. This special performance is part of our Music at the Market series, made possible by 4Culture.


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