This weekend, thousands of music fans will descend upon The Gorge for the Sasquatch! Festival, the annual showcase for up-and-coming talents and old favorites alike. Here’s who we’re excited to see and hear. The full lineup is available at sasquatchfestival.com.
The Wicks are coming home, at least temporarily. Husband-and-wife duo Jedidiah and Pauline Wick formed The Wicks in 2009, while they were living in Cashmere. Last year, they moved to the Fort Worth area, picked up a third member in vocalist and lead guitarist John Charles Ledbetter and continued to tour and win fans with their foot-stomping soul-folk music. Now they’re back, touring Washington and playing before a hometown crowd Friday night at Caffè Mela.
WATERVILLE -- The North Central Washington Fair, in conjunction with Romeo Entertainment Group, is proud to announce Joe Diffie as the headline act for this year’s NCW Fair August 28th. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, April 1st online at www.ncwfair.org or at the NCW Fair office at 601 N. Monroe Street in Waterville.
In my experience, folks who complain over a lack of local entertainment options have rarely checked to see if there are any. Those grousing over our anemic music and art scene are the same who stay in more often than not, curled up on couches, choosing the boob tube over live entertainment.
The Wenatchee Jazz Workshop invites the community to “Jazznights,” two concerts at the Numerica Performing Arts Center featuring the six-piece combo L.A. 6. The Los Angeles musicians will perform on their own next Thursday, Feb. 5, and with jazz band students from six Wenatchee and Eastmont schools on Friday, Feb. 6. Both concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be reserved at 663-ARTS, numericapac.org or the PAC box office.
The rumors are true. The Clearwater Steakhouse & Saloon has new owners. Dave and Neang “Touch” Dvorak, Jerry Howe and Bill Harrison took ownership of the East Wenatchee bar and restaurant on Jan. 1 from longtime owner Ken Dominguez. And while they promise that much will remain the same — the popular menu, the bar and kitchen staff and the Old West theme — the place is getting a major facelift. The right side of what is now called the Clearwater Saloon & Casino is being converted into a card ...
The Wenatchee Valley Appleaires choral group is looking for an accompanist and, as the Appleaires have discovered, a good pianist is hard to find, with most in town already booked through the holiday season.