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  1. Calendar Overlay Folk and Traditional Arts Events (8)

Folk and Traditional Arts Events

  1. American Roots Concert Series - Anjali Silva and Sabor

    July 9, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    @
    North Beach

    Anjali Silva and Sabor is a smooth and funky fusion of Latin jazz flavors, spiced to perfection; a simmering stew, where the California Coast meets the Colorado Mountains and the Pacific Northwest. List of Ingredients: 1. Accomplished world singer, musician and recording artist, Anjali Silva is the umami of Latin and Brazilian music. 2. Award-winning musician, composer and professor, Rick White infuses the sultry heat to bass and guitar. 3. Jim Cochran, a finely seasoned performer and entertainer, adds the sugar to the keys. 4. Drummer Aaron Hennings doesn’t mince beats, a music director and master of Latin rhythms, he sears through at the right temperature. 5. Mix all ingredients until smooth to create an explosion of sound: chacha, son, bossa nova and samba for your heart and soul!

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  2. Waikiki Beach Concert Series - En Canto

    July 9, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    @
    Cape Disappointment State Park

    A multi-ethnic female-led sextet, En Canto is Seattle's only Forró band. Forró music is a combination of multiple Brazilian rhythms including baião, xote and arrasta-pé. The word refers to both the musical genre and the accompanying partner dance where it is played. En Canto shows are exuberant sonic journeys with swirling Brazilian rhythms. The sound is fueled by twin accordions and with jazz backgrounds. The group brings the Pacific Northwest a rare link between old and new Brazil. @encantobrasil

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  3. Mountain Melodies Concert Series - Briar

    July 9, 2022, 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    @
    Lake Wenatchee State Park

    Briar sings vintage jazz, blues and original music. Her songs and stories shine a light on singers and tales that have been forgotten by the country that created them. Raised in Chimacum, Wash., Briar uses music to explore her unique background as a Black woman from the rural Pacific Northwest. Briar will be accompanied by JoeBanjo. @briar.sings

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  4. United Communities of Laos Summer Festival

    July 16, 2022, 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    @
    Lake Sammamish State Park

    Join us for Hmong, Lao, Khmu, live music, ethnic food, cultural performances and more! Free and open to everyone!

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  5. American Roots Concert Series - Briar

    July 16, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    @
    North Beach

    Briar sings vintage jazz, blues and original music. Her songs and stories shine a light on singers and tales that have been forgotten by the country that created them. Raised in Chimacum, Wash., Briar uses music to explore her unique background as a Black woman from the rural Pacific Northwest. Briar will be accompanied by JoeBanjo. @briar.sings

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  6. Waikiki Beach Concert Series - The Brownsmead Flats

    July 23, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    @
    Cape Disappointment State Park

    The Brownsmead Flats are an acoustic band who likes to play traditional, and original songs in the Crabgrass tradition (bluegrass with a maritime flavor). They are primarily a string band, consisting of guitars, bass, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, fiddle and hammered dulcimer.

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  7. Mountain Melodies Concert Series - Anjali Silva and Sabor

    July 23, 2022, 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    @
    Lake Wenatchee State Park

    Anjali Silva and Sabor is a smooth and funky fusion of Latin jazz flavors, spiced to perfection; a simmering stew, where the California Coast meets the Colorado Mountains and the Pacific Northwest. List of Ingredients: 1. Accomplished world singer, musician and recording artist, Anjali Silva is the umami of Latin and Brazilian music. 2. Award-winning musician, composer and professor, Rick White infuses the sultry heat to bass and guitar. 3. Jim Cochran, a finely seasoned performer and entertainer, adds the sugar to the keys. 4. Drummer Aaron Hennings doesn’t mince beats, a music director and master of Latin rhythms, he sears through at the right temperature. 5. Mix all ingredients until smooth to create an explosion of sound: chacha, son, bossa nova and samba for your heart and soul!

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  8. American Roots Concert Series - Queen’s Bluegrass

    July 30, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    @
    North Beach

    Queen’s Bluegrass plays hard driving, traditional bluegrass with roots reaching back to the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. Ernest Queen, the band’s founder, was born and raised in North Carolina. As a young man, he moved to Sedro Woolley, WA bringing with him the music he heard and played throughout his youth. For thirty years, Ernie and his band entertained audiences throughout Washington and British Columbia. Ernie passed away in 2015 and left us in charge of playing the music that he so loved. Queen's Bluegrass is now based in Lynden, WA and plays throughout Northwest Washington.

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