Local Band, The Defeyes, Play Snoqualmie Point Park Tomorrow, August 26th; Music and Views!

Have you been to Snoqualmie Point Park?  Heard local band, The Defeyes yet?  Well, here’s your chance to enjoy music with spectacular views of the Snoqualmie Valley and Cascade Mountains.

The City of Snoqualmie Parks and Rec Department is bringing residents another free outdoor concert to celebrate summer.  School may be starting in a few days, but summer isn’t over yet – and the weather forecast is calling for mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 70’s.

The Defeyes, a local Snoqualmie Valley band, will perform at the Snoqualmie Point Park open-air amphitheatre on Sunday, August 26th, from 1-3PM.    The rock, reggae and blues band has been playing together for a few years, but just recently released a 4 song “Golder Years” EP in the summer of 2011.  For more information on the band visit their website or Facebook page.

Bring a blanket or low-back lawn chair and a picnic lunch.  If you haven’t been to Snoqualmie Point Park, come and check out what you’ve been missing. Snoqualmie Point Park sits at one of the highest points in Snoqualmie with unobstructed views. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

Directions: Snoqualmie Point Park is located at 37580 SE Winery Road. Heading east on I-90, take Exit 27, turn right and head up the hill to the left. From North Bend, drive up North Bend Way and go under the Exit 27 overpass, continuing up the hill to the park.

The views from Snoqualmie Point Park

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