Live and Local: music Saturday June 1, 2019

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Platinum Spandex plays 80s music
at the Aurora Borealis on Saturday

There's a lot of live and local music to choose from each weekend. Most venues have food, some have dancing. Most have a cover charge and require reservations. All have great local bands!

This Saturday, June 1, 2019 here's what's happening!

King Cumulus and Friends are playing at the Lake Trail Taproom in Kenmore at 7324 NE 175th St Ste F, 7pm to 10pm. Band Members Sean McArdle: Lead vocals, Guitar; Peter Smith: Bass, Vox; Colin May: Drums, Percussion, Vox; and Bert Martin: Guitars, Vox play Alternative rock (+ ska, reggae, funk, jazz, pop, latin, whatever). 425-424-2337.

Jumpin', Jivin' June Flash! The Daily Flash is at Grinders Italian Restaurant with a set starting at 8pm. 19811 Aurora Ave N. Call 206-542-0627 for reservations.

Adriana Giordano and EntreMundos Quarteto will be playing cool jazz at the North City Bistro and Wine Shop, 1520 NE 177th St from 7:30pm - 10:00pm. Reservations AND tickets required. This is a two step process: 1. Please call the bistro at 206-365-4447 or go to their website and request reservations for this show. 2. Buy your tickets for the show here

The Aurora Borealis 16708 Aurora Ave N, 206-629-5744, is rocking out with Platinum Spandex 80’s Experience 9:00 pm - 11:59 pm. Platinum Spandex has a full 80’s Rock experience that will bring you back in time from their attire to their live performance!

Darrell's Tavern has Deadbeat Blackout, Crüd Güns, Dirty Dirty, Jack and The Dull Boy, 9pm - midnight. 18041 Aurora Ave N. Heavy rock metal and punk bands at Shoreline's own Dive Bar. 206-542-6688.

The John Stephen Band plays original and traditional Blues, R/B, and Roots music at the family-friendly Easy Monkey Taphouse, 8-10pm. 17537 15th Ave NE B. 206-420-1326.

Third Place Commons has Honky Tonk Sweethearts playing honky-tonk, Rockabilly, and classic country. Lots of room and a dancing floor to swing out on. 7:30 - 9:30pm at the stage. Town Center, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way NE in Lake Forest Park.


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