Jazz a la Carte: Cowboy Jazz

The Green Room at the Princess 1226 Meade Ave, Prosser, WA, United States

The fall menu for Jazz a la Carte at Prosser’s Princess Theatre will open September 29 with Cowboy Jazz, a folk/country inspired jazz collective based in Portland, Oregon. Members of the quartet, alto saxophonist Bryan Smith, guitarist Ryan Meagher, bassist Shao Way Wu, and drummer Jonas Oglesbee, have collaborated for several years with the aim… Continue Reading Jazz a la Carte: Cowboy Jazz

$15 – $18

Yogoman Burning Band

The Seasons Performance Hall 101 N Naches Avenue, Yakima, WA, United States

Band Leader/Conductor/Songwriter Jordan Rain/YOGOMAN is a world-class drummer and highly dynamic singer who leads his band from the drum kit. Rain formed YOGOMAN Burning Band in 2005 to bring musical sunshine to his often rainy Pacific Northwest region by way of his original mix of Jamaican and New Orleans Dance Riddims. YOGOMAN Burning Band engages… Continue Reading Yogoman Burning Band

$2 – $100.00

Tacoma Fiber Fling

Job Carr Cabin Museum 2350 N 30th St., Tacoma, WA, United States

Tacoma Fiber Fling is an all-ages event showcasing fiber arts, handicrafts, and textiles. Wool ~ Yarn ~ Fabric ~ Textiles Tacoma Fiber Fling Saturday, September 30 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Tacoma’s Old Town Park, 2350 N 30th St * Meet community groups who will inspire you to learn more about fiber arts. * Shop… Continue Reading Tacoma Fiber Fling


Seattle Wind Symphony Presents: Laughter

Meany Hall for the Performing Arts 4040 George Washington Lane NE, Seattle, WA, United States

Join Seattle Wind Symphony for the opening concert of our 2023-2024 season. The program includes works for wind band inspired by humor, including composers like Charles Ives, PDQ Bach, Leonard Bernstein, and more! John Falskow, conductor Jason Gilliam, euphonium soloist

$10 – $25

Harry James Orchestra

Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts 1231 Vandercook Way, Longview, WA, United States

Harry James was eight when he learned to play trumpet. He joined the Ben Pollack group and moved on to three successful years with Benny Goodman before founding Harry James and his Music Makers. He gave a young Frank Sinatra his first job and first million-seller hit with All or Nothing at All. He launched… Continue Reading Harry James Orchestra


Event Series Downtown Yakima Farmers Market

Downtown Yakima Farmers Market

Downtown Yakima Farmers Market 15 W Yakima Avenue, Yakima, WA, United States

Downtown Yakima Farmers Market is the premier market for fresh produce and artisan products in Central Washington. Held every Sunday 9am-1pm, May 14th-October 22nd, 2023, the market features local goods and produce from farmers, ranchers, food vendors, artisans/crafters and food producers. Enjoy entertainment from local artists and organizations while browsing the market. The market will… Continue Reading Downtown Yakima Farmers Market


First Thursday: Brahms Clarinet Trio

St Paul's Episcopal Church Walla Walla 323 Catherine Street, Walla Walla, WA

Up next on First Thursday: Join on October 5, 2023 from 12:15 - 12:45 pm, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 323 Catherine Street, Walla Walla WA, for a free concert showcasing the Brahms Clarinet Trio with Ron Coleman, Sophie Naden-Johns, and Jan Roberts. All free will donations will benefit Gospel Outreach! All are welcome -… Continue Reading First Thursday: Brahms Clarinet Trio


Oregon Coast Jazz Party

Newport Performing Arts Center 777 W Olive Street, Newport, OR, United States

Join us October 6-8 for the 2023 Oregon Coast Jazz Party! The Oregon Coast Jazz Party celebrates great live jazz—and the dedicated fans who love it—on the beautiful shores of Nye Beach in Newport, Oregon. We’re gearing up for our best party yet, and we’re thrilled to have Music Director Ken Peplowski back again—mixing and… Continue Reading Oregon Coast Jazz Party

$55 – $75

Tito Puente Jr.

The Seasons Performance Hall 101 N Naches Avenue, Yakima, WA, United States

The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, and his music. Tito, Jr. is on a passionate mission. The younger Puente is determined to nurture the musical legacy left… Continue Reading Tito Puente Jr.

$5 – $40.00

Auburn Symphony: American Voices

Auburn Performing Arts Center 702 4th St NE, Auburn, WA, United States

Auburn Symphony Orchestra continues its annual celebration of American music through iconic and newly-embraced works. The concert features Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story and Juan Pablo Contreras’ Mariachitlán continues the Latin beat. The concert opens with William Levi Dawson’s epic Negro Folk Symphony which is experiencing a resurgence of popularity. Plus - see Auburn School… Continue Reading Auburn Symphony: American Voices

$12 – $40