Milo’s style of music ranges from jazz, blues, rock, pop, funk to even folk. He performs his own originals as well as adds his unique flavor to 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and present cover songs. He demonstrates versatility unlike any other bassist by using a drum pad, effects pedal and a looping machine which provide his unique rhythm, bass line, keys and lead guitar turning him into an unstoppable one-man show! It’s very rare to hear Milo play the same song exactly the same way which makes each performance fresh and new!
$5 in advance /kids 12 and under are free.
Music starts @ 7:30 p.m.
“Petunia & The Vipers are one of these creative generators and innovators, and their music and moxy can be found defining the cutting edge of what is considered creative in country and roots today, while still keeping alive what made country music great in the past.”
“…Hybrid musical style…edge of punk appreciation…this is an amazing album…a whole range of different styles” -Bob Harris, BBC
“REAL UNDERGROUND MUSIC. Foot-tapping country & western laced with rock and jazz.”-The New York Post
“That’s not a band. It’s another world.” -Jonathan Byrd, artist
“Petunia and the Vipers glide effortlessly between every Country niche with the greatest of ease…”
$10 in advance /kids 12 and under are free.
Music starts @ 7 p.m.
Join us in celebrating the longest day of summer with community and music. We're kicking off our outdoor concert season on the lawn with fantastic local and regional bands.
GIGS & AMP present:
Guemes Island Summer Solstice Celebration with
Petunia & The Vipers
- Anacortes Music Project Showcase Featuring: Mason Blackburn Pearl Tottenham The Opines
Beer provided by Farmstrong Brewery
$10 in Advance/ Kids 12 & under, Free
The “Bruce Lee” of guitar, the Scott Pemberton Band is a jamming, funk, rock, psychadellic journey through music; an unforgettable event.
Many master guitarists find their homes within a specific genre, perfecting the ins and outs of their chosen musical realm until their names become synonymous with the very art form.
Portland's Scott Pemberton is not your average guitarist. He's a musical nomad. His home isn't in one comfortable bubble, but rather spread across genres. One moment, he's shredding through the blues. Then next, he's living in a classic rock world, or drifting melodically through an ethereal psychedelic plane. Maybe he's leading a dirty funk jam, or experimenting with something heavier, or sitting back on a jazz odyssey. Regardless of genre, though, Pemberton's musical journey is marked by two unmistakeable realities: You always know when you're hearing a Scott Pemberton song. And you're always going to be captivated.
$10 in Advance /kids 12 and under are free.
Opening Music by local legends Ben Starner and Phil Nakano as Antique Doublespeak Music starts @ 6 p.m. Scott Pemberton starts at 7:30 p.m.
The Anacortes, WA based band, Old Town Tonic, knows how to play music relevant for all members in the audience. The variety of songs is all inclusive: top 40, classic rock, country, and a handful of originals. Customized renditions of old favorites allows audiences to hear familiar songs in fresh ways. The band perfects playlists to keep all audience members engaged and in the moment. It's a style that reflects the diverse backgrounds of the Old Town Tonic band members.
A rare, triple-threat singer, songwriter and instrumentalist, Alex Ashley creates an electrifying amalgam of insightful lyrics, profound storytelling, sultry, smoky vocals and razor-sharp guitar playing that bring his songs to life with nostalgic effervescence. Compared to the likes of "a young Vince Gill," John Mayer and Eric Clapton, he crosses the boundaries of folk, blues and Americana music with new and original songwriting."
$5 dollars at the door. Children 12 and under are free.
This second annual community building celebration of the earth we live on, and the light within all of us. This is a free community celebration with participants bringing there own luminaries to light up the night sky. Accompanied by the sounds of the Peter Jackson Trio local Anacortes Musicians. Come help us build our community.
This is an all ages free community event.
A founding member of Flowmotion, Josh a valley native has been on the music scene for the better part of the last two decades. His sound is always evolving, but is always rooted to the Heart. His strong haunting sounds come through in his latest solo album Driftless which was release at the end of 2017.
$8 at the door, kids under 12 are free.
Faustina Masigat (Portland, OR)
"There is a quiet intensity running through the world that Faustina Masigat creates: sweet and heavy, a touch of angst, brutally honest, smoldering. Frustrated by academia and emotionally raw from a breakup, Faustina stepped away from her peers in her mid-twenties. Seeking honesty over perfection, her approach to composition became much more intuitive; a means of self improvement through self reflection and seated in the natural expression of her own emotional life. Her songwriting is all at once heartbreaking, intelligent, meditative and elegant - centered around a voice that is difficult to attach genre to. Her self-titled debut will be released on January 26th, 2018 via Mama Bird Recording Co."
"Lindsay Clark finds balance between traditional folk, english folk, country, and her own version of experimental folk that seems to stem from her soul. Exquisite and pitch perfect, her music speaks of quiet revelation. With influences ranging from the Elizabeth Cotton, Joni Mitchell, appalachian folk, classical music, and her father's record collection, she blends many worlds into a uniquely warm sound. Her sound has been described as 'folk with angelic vocals washing over smooth edges' (1859 Magazine). Her forthcoming record "Crystalline" was engineered/co-produced this year with San Francisco’s Jeremy Harris (guitar/vocals - Vetiver), with plans to be released in mid- 2018."
Lindsay Clark (Portland, OR / Nevada City, CA)
All ages $5 at door for adults. Kids under 12 are free.
Their joyous modern folk sounds will have your boots stomping, hands clapping, and you'll be hooting and hollerin' in your costume.
Costume contest for adults and kids with awesome prizes!
$10 in advance or without costume / $5 in costume (kids under 12 free)
$12 dinner buffet / $6 for kids under 12
Music starts @ 6:30 p.m.