Boxley’s Transforms North Bend into Live Music Destination; Next up, Blues Walk on April 20th

Looking to experience some musical culture without leaving the Valley?  Well, thanks to Danny Kolke, owner of Boxley’s in North Bend (restaurant and popular live music venue), Boxley’s Music Fund and lots of local sponsors, you can stay home and enjoy a multitude of live music – all in one night, in just four city blocks.

Last September North Bend played host to its first Jazz Walk.  It was so successful that next week North Bend is putting the blues center stage.

On Saturday, April 20th, from 6PM – 12AM, 12 historic North Bend venues will host an evening celebrating the musical art-form of the Blues – brought to you live by regional, award-winning artists.


The venues span 4 blocks in downtown North Bend including: The Pour House, Pioneer Coffee, Snoqualmie Valley Moose Lodge, Emerald City Smoothie, North Bend Theatre, Twede’s Cafe, Euro Cafe, George’s Bakery, Valley Center Stage, Boxley’s, Chaplin’s and Scott’s Dairy Freeze. All venues are family friendly and all ages – except the Pour House which is 21 and over.

One ticket to Blues Walk gets you into all music venues, which are close, allowing patrons to easily walk between them and check out musical acts including: T-Town Aces, Blues Redemption, Bryant Urban, Nick Vigarino, Rod Cook, Eric Madis, The Wired Band, Brian Lee Trio, Kim Field, Paul Green, Brian Butler, Chris Stevens Band, Dan O’Bryant, John Stephan Band, James King & the Southsiders and Little Bill and the Blue Notes.

Want to save money?  Purchase tickets in advance at Adult tickets are $18.00 Advance / $20.00 at the door, Children tickets are (age 14 and younger) $8.00 Advance / $10.00 at the door.

Organizers, sponsors and venue hosts are excited to host another successful music event in the heart of North Bend.  The evolution of live, nightly music at Boxley’s has transformed the city and the restaurant into a destination venue for live jazz music, with Downbeat Magazine naming Boxley’s one of the best jazz rooms in the world.

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