Now performing at the Crossroads Market Stage

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Chinook Middle School Boys & Entry Choirs

Thursday, June 02, 2016
12:00p to 1:00p
Market Stage

Open Mic Night

Thursday, June 02, 2016
6:00p to 9:00p
Market Stage

The first Thursday of each month Victory Music presents Open Mic Night at Crossroads!

We've got a great sound system and a fabulous sound technician ready to welcome new talent. Come and share your tunes or just have dinner, sit back and enjoy!

- Limit is 8 minutes or 2 songs, whichever is shorter.
- Material must be all-age appropriate
- Sign-ups begin at 5:30pm at the stage

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Climate Change

Friday, June 03, 2016
7:00p to 9:00p
Market Stage

Climate Change is four stylistically different cutting edge musicians coming together to blend their creative influences into a statement musical harmony.

Dennis Hastings is regarded as one of the Northwest's most highly respected vocalist. His performances in Jazz, R&B, and Popular music place him at the pinnacle of the regions music community.

Ariel Calabria is a highly talented multi-instrumentalist whose guitar work alone has left audiences in a state of disbelief. He is a veteran of Saxophone legend Bert Wilson’s Rebirth band.

Tarik Bentlemsani is an award winning guitar wizard whose talents are in constant demand by others in the music community. Besides Climate Change, Tarik performs with The Brown Edition, Podunk Funk and vocalist Lizzy Boyer.

Michael Olson is a percussionist from the legendary Obrador band, Ocho Pies and numerous Jazz and folkloric ensembles. For decades he has studied in and performed the music of Cuba, Haiti and Puerto Rico in both concert and dance settings.

Douce Ambience

Saturday, June 04, 2016
7:00p to 9:00p
Market Stage

McKenzie Briar @ The Farmers Market

Tuesday, June 07, 2016
1:00p to 6:00p
East Parking Lot

McKenzie Briar is a lively Celtic folk duo that perform music from around the world and original tunes.

Ginny Reilly

Thursday, June 09, 2016
6:30p to 8:00p
Market Stage

The last Lady From The Canyon to commit song to tape, Ginny Reilly was there from the start. She moved from Chicago to San Francisco in 1968 and began making the rounds at open mic nights around the city, before landing her own night at the Drinking Gourd. In 1970, she began writing and performing with David Maloney, a Bay Area folkie from Syracuse, New York. The two toured heavily throughout the early 1970s on “the steakhouse circuit,” without recording so much as a demo of original material. In 1976, the duo headed into the studio to record At Last, the first of seven albums. If “Wildman” sounds like a lost Rumours outtake, keep in mind that it predates Fleetwood Mac's smash album by nearly a year. For almost 40 years, Reilly and Maloney have gone back and forth from Ginny’s home in Seattle, Washington, and David’s home in San Anselmo, California, with frequent stops at cafés, churches, and, yes, steakhouses in between.

Microsoft Jumpin' Jive Orchestra

Friday, June 10, 2016
7:00p to 9:00p
Market Stage

Specializing in music from the big band era the Microsoft Jumpin’ Jive Orchestra features the “as recorded” musical arrangements. These arrangements are unique to the MJJO and come from your favorites like Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Arty Shaw, and Harry James.

2nd Saturday Presents Recess Monkey

Saturday, June 11, 2016
5:30p to 6:30p
Market Stage

Recess Monkey is a Seattle-based trio of current and former elementary school teachers who have made music for kids and families since their debut album Welcome to Monkey Town in 2005. They have since released 12 albums for family audiences.

2nd Act: Pickled Okra

Saturday, June 11, 2016
7:30p to 9:00p
Market Stage

If Pickled Okra’s special brand of Americana music could be described with words, you might call it “old-school, porch-settin’, singin' into a can-style bluegrass (with a twist)”. If you ask one of the members of the band they’ll tell you it's “ham and cheese grass”. Either way this group made up of two married couples (all characters in their own right), is undeniably charming and entertaining - not to mention pretty darn talented. Yes they know their bluegrass licks and aren’t afraid to show ‘em off, but their music is full of ideas borrowed from other genres, like irish fiddlers, jazzy delta blues, rock, reggae and funk as well, for a sound that is timeless yet modern in it's own quirky way. It’s kind of like stepping back in time, but with indoor plumbing.

They have a special appeal, partly because they dole out “Pickled” versions of pop/rock tunes (by the likes of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and Bob Marley, to name a few), but also because of their playful antics, single mic choreography, dressing in early appalachian finery, and being, as one fan put it, “like raw milk - no BHT”.

Ry Akana @ The Farmers Market

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
1:00p to 6:00p

Ry is one of the most renown Polynesian artists in the Pacific Northwest. An expatriate from the Hawaiian Islands, Ry has been working professionally around the Pacific Northwest for the past 21 years as a solo artist and the front man for the Po'okela Street Band.

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