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Art, Soccer, and Drinks: A Weekend in Fremont

March 7th, 2014 by Cara

Do yourself a favor and hangout in Fremont this weekend! There is more than enough to do and yes, it probably will rain but that can bring out the best in our neighborhood, or at least the most dedicated Fremonsters.


Happy Hour. If possible one should always attend Happy Hour on a Friday. You made it through the week, you deserve it! And if you don’t have a traditional work week someone else you know does so you should celebrate Friday with them. Fremont Universe is currently doing some extensive Happy Hour research, stay tuned for what we find! Let us know what your favorite Fremont happy hour is a


It’s that time of the month again! The First Friday Night Art Walk  will be taking place from 6-9pm this evening at more than 9 different venues through out Fremont ranging from the Gallery at the West of Lenin all the way east to Odin’s Asgard Tavern on Northlake Way.

In celebration of Wine Month The Barrel Thief will be hosting a tasting of Cedergreen Wine Cellars from 5-7PM “Bthief” will be hosting tastings with several different wineries on each Friday of March so if you can’t make it this week fear not, you will get to drink wine soon!

If you get done with work late or want to continue on the merriment after the Art Walk both Nectar and High Dive have live music tonight:

Nectar & The PBJ Present
TIP TO BASE and Buzz Brump
$7adv / $10dos. 8pm doors. 21+

High Dive Presents
The Good Luck Number (EP Release) w/ Otis Heat and Jones & Fischer
$8 charge. 9:30pm show. 21+

Would you rather let loose with laughter than live music? Hanging out with someone under-21? Then check out Comedy Sportz! Fremont’s newest improv act just moved over from Ballard last month and perform two shows (aka matches) every Friday and Saturday at 8:00pm and 10:00PM. We checked them out last week and had a blast! Read more about Fremont Universe’s visit here.

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Sounders season has arrived! With the Seahawks donning Super Bowl rings and the Mariners season not set to begin until March 31st even non-soccer fans should take the chance to cheer on a Seattle team. The Sounders have a devout following deeply committed to both their team and their beer. The first MLS game of the season kicks off at noon and broadcasted on NBC Sports Network or you can try one of these fine Fremont establishments:

The Dubliner
3517 Fremont Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
Saturday hours: Noon- 2AM

George & Dragon Pub
206 N 36th St
Seattle, WA 98103S
Saturday hours: 11-2AM (Open earlier game days)

Just over in Ballard there is also: The Dray, The Market Arms,  and The Old Pequilar.

Want to sound in the know about soccer? This week’s match is against Sporting Kansas City who were the 2013 MLS Cup Champions. They won the game in a series of penalty kicks against Real Salt Lake (Sounders fan’s really don’t like Real Salt Lake). It was 20 degrees in Kansa City for the game. Oh and the Sounders have a number of new players so it is yet to be seen what kind of team they will be this season. So grab your scarf, drink a few pints and yell along with the fans.


Missed out on live music Friday? Ready for round 2? Here’s what’s playing in Fremont this Saturday:

Nectar presents:
Project Lionheart, The Hooky’s, The Approach, and The Turntable Einstein
$6 adv / $8 dos. 8pm. 21+
(Reggae / Hip Hop)

High Dive presents:
Peanuts & Flat Beer EP Release 
Petty P & The Soul Interrogator, Produktive, What Have May, DL, Jae Oh B, News Team, and Rekkez.
Hosted by 20Sicc’em with DJ Scrappy and DJ Eroc
$7 adv/$10 at the door. 9pm show. 21+
(Hip Hop)

Image from the Fremont Market's Facebook page

Image from the Fremont Market’s Facebook page

Rain or shine, year round the Fremont Sunday Market is open from 10am-5pm for you to wander through. On rainy days the crowds thin and and it seems wisest to duck into the Fremont Hypermarket which is sheltered inside a parking garage. Want to keep perusing inside? Check out the Fremont Vintage Mall or Atlas Clothing

Still have energy after all these great events in Fremont? Then Sunday night at Nectar might be the ticket!

Nectar presents:
Positive Rising, Valley Green, Mystic Arrows, and The Sindicate
$6 adv / $8 dos. 8pm. 21+
(Reggae / Dub)



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Live painting with local muralists at the SAM

March 6th, 2014 by Cara

Join local artists and muralists Xavier Lopez Jr. and Ryan Henry Ward today at the Chase Open Studio at Seattle Art Museum. The event is open to teens from 4-7PM and in addition to instruction and inspiration from these two Seattle artists, snacks and supplies will be provided for all participants so head to SAM for some inspiration!

Image courtesy of Xavier Lopez Jr. Art

Image courtesy of Xavier Lopez Jr. Art

Lopez Jr. and Ward will remain at the studio until 9PM for the museum’s Community Night Out. Other sights included in the event are Miro: The Experience of Seeing exhibit featuring numerous works by the Spanish artist, a performance by Flamenco Seattle, and a writing workshop to name a few.

Can’t make it this evening? You can find Henry’s canvases and sometimes even the artist himself at The Way Station along Leary in Frellard. For Xavier Lopez Jr.’s upcoming events please visit his Facebook page.

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Theo Chocolate recognized for Setting a Sustainable Example

March 6th, 2014 by Cara

Sustainable Seattle, an organization focused on the “long-term health and sustainability of Seattle and the surrounding Puget Sound region” recently recognized individuals, businesses, and community partners who are “raising the bar” as leaders in sustainability. Fremont’s own Theo Chocolate, you can often catch a whiff of their pungent production from as far away as Wallingford, was recognized in this group.


The Sustainable Leadership Awards have been presented since 2001 in a variety of categories. Candidates are nominated by members of the community, all those that meet the basic criteria will be considered by judges who are also community members.

Theo was one of three businesses that received awards this year. The other recipients included Landis+Gyr, the “Significant Newcomer” and Seattle Steam Co. the “Creative Solution.” Sustainable Seattle recognized Theo as “Setting an Example” specifically for “modeling leadership through emphasizing education and transparency.”

This adds to the ever growing list of awards Theo Chocolate has received both for their tasty treats as well as their unique business practices. Find out more about Theo’s mission here. Perhaps the next time you catch a whiff of chocolate in the making it will smell extra good knowing they do things differently.


Other fun Theo things:

Care to drool over some non-candy confections? Check out Theo’s blog!

In the neighborhood? Grab a chocolate bar right at the source! You can visit Theo’s Factory Store Monday-Sunday 10am-6pm, after hours you can still get your Theo fix at the Fremont PCC.

Haven’t taken the tour? You probably need to don a hairnet and play tourist for the day. Factory tour information can be found here.

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Demand for Some Quality “Doodoo” Drives Fundraising at the Zoo

March 6th, 2014 by Cara

It’s Fecal Fest 2014! Woodland Park Zoo is now accepting entries for the lottery that will decide who gets dibs on the “doodoo.” Strange as it sounds it makes sense that the rich remains from elephants, hippos, giraffes and other non-primate herbivores would make for highly desirable compost.

In addition the “Zoo Doo” the Zoo offers “Bedspread” a premium composted mulch that is a combination of Zoo Doo, sawdust, and large amounts of wood chips. Submit your entry here.

(Multiple values), construction, staff, machines, construction site

One entry per person will be accepted through March 17 and selected entries can pick up and purchase their Zoo Doo or Bedspread from April 5-19th. Please note: Entries will be selected randomly for as many entrants possible, and only selected entries will be contacted. Phone and mail orders are not accepted.

If you use Zoo Doo in your garden the Zoo would love to see! Submit a photo of your Zoo Doo-grown garden here and the zoo may feature it on its website.

PRICES for Zoo Doo and Bedspread: 

Pick-up truck
8×4 bed: $60
6×4 bed: $45
6×3 bed: $35
Limit one full truck per person.

Garbage cans:
$8 to $10 depending on size
bags: $4 to $6 depending on size.

Two-gallon and pint-sized buckets are available anytime at the ZooStore for $12.95 and $4.95, respectively.


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Sound Mind and Body Gym says “Farewell” to Fremont

March 3rd, 2014 by Cara

Sound Mind and Body Gym, located right near the Fremont Canal, announced last month that they will be closing on March 31st. In their final month of business they will maintain normal hours and classes as long as participation allows. We know many fit Fremonsters will be sad to see SMB go.

This change comes after owners Vickie and Richard Harrington sold the building, located at 437 N 34th St, to Seventeen Meters, LLC. The new owners plan to renovate and expand the gym space into a larger office building, paving the way for the new tenant, Tableau Software Inc. to expand. Tableau’s main office is just farther down N 34th street. Additional information about the building sale can be found here.

Sound Mind and Body's facility includes a collegiate size basketball court.

Sound Mind and Body’s facility includes a collegiate size basketball court.

When Fremont Universe inquired about the upcoming closure, Vickie Harrington responded on behalf of her husband and their business:

“My husband, Richard, and I have been proud and honored to be part of the Fremont Community for 29 years.

We thank the community and our customers for all their support and  past business. Our club has been more than just a “gym” and is very unique and special both to the members and the staff.  It has been a community of wonderful people.  We also thank our outstanding staff over the years for giving 100% to the organization and to our club members.”

SMB’s management has left no stone unturned as they prepare to close showing great consideration to their members, employees and the community. We’ve listed some of these that may be of note for Fremont community members. This information comes from SMB’s website:

Equipment Auction-Open to All April 17th:

All Club fitness equipment, office equipment, basketball backboards, flooring, lockers … everything… will be sold at auction on April 17th at 10:00 am through James G. Murphy ( Preview will be from 8-4pm, Wednesday, April 16. A complete catalog of the items also on the Murphy website. Anyone/everyone can participate in the auction.

Other Club Offers to SMB Members:

The groups and offers are too numerous and varied to outline here.
Almost every club in the area is offering “Special” deals to Sound Mind & Body Members (enrollment fees waived and complimentary or “free” month trials). Information is available in the front lobby on special offers to cub members.
Be sure to present your SMB ID Tag. These groups include: Denali Fitness, Zum, Olympic Athletic Club, Seattle Gym, Fremont Athletic Club, LA Fitness, Seattle Gym, Golds Gym, Anytime Fitness,  Seattle Athletic Club,  Soul Fitness. You can also contact the group you are interested in to get more information directly from them on any special deal for you.

 Personal Trainers: Our personal trainers are working on various ways to continue their business and we would appreciate your support for them. We will be advertising and promoting them as we learn which direction they have decided upon and we will have their information available in the front desk lobby this month.

Best of luck to Vickie and Richard in their future endeavors!

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Nominate your awesome volunteer by this Friday!

February 26th, 2014 by Cara

The Seattle City Club is seeking nominations for Washington State’s Jefferson Award, regarded as the “Nobel Prize” for volunteerism. They are asking for nominees who may be the “unsung heros” in our communities, whose volunteerism or work ethic go above and beyond.

Five Jefferson Award winners will be selected from across the state and one will represent Washington at the national awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.

Too often the most dedicated and selfless volunteers and employees go overlooked, nominate an exceptional candidate from your community today! Click here to nominate someone.

Nominations close this Friday, February 28th at 11:59PM so don’t wait! 

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ZoomCare opens their newest neighborhood clinic in Fremont

February 26th, 2014 by Cara

ZoomCare has arrived in Fremont! Whether you take a tumble at 2am or have been battling a cough for days, ZoomCare is eager and equipped to provide “on demand” healthcare. Their new clinic located on N 34th Street in the Epi Apartment Building along with PCC, will be open seven days a week, 362 days a year. The clinical team in Fremont includes Mallory Bellissimo, PA-C and Brianna Gutierrez, PA-C. They are able to provide illness and injury visits, check ups, as well as pharmacy and lab services.

According to their website, ZoomCare places their clinics in specific neighborhood locations and offers appointment scheduling online and on your smart phone for the most efficient experience possible. They are part of many insurance company networks as well as offering a refreshingly transparent price list of their services.

The Portland, Oregon based company has clinics throughout the Pacific Northwest. The Fremont clinic is their 5th Seattle location.

ZoomCare's new location in Fremont. Image Courtesy of ZoomCare's website.

ZoomCare’s new location in Fremont. Image Courtesy of ZoomCare’s website.

624 N 34th Street, #104
Seattle, WA 98103
Primary Care:
Mon-Fri 8am-6pm
Sat-Sun 9am-6pm

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Live Music in Fremont: February 19-23rd

February 19th, 2014 by Cara

It’s in Fremont! It’s music! It’s live!

Valentine’s Day has come and gone and now we must remain in good spirits until the next holiday, or the next sunny day! Keep the winter woes away with some live music! Fremont offers a wide range of surprisingly affordable, toe taping, and intriguing performances. Matter of fact we caught a fierce funk show last week, read more below.

Things Get Fabulous in Fremont with a Dip into Nectar

Sometimes you just need to dance it off on Thursday evenings. It’s best with that satisfying and soulful groove that funk delivers. What better way to face Friday morning than with a beat still in your feet, a melody spinning in your hips and images of brass reflecting under the stage lights demanding your attention.

On February 13th, local band The Dip headlined at Nectar with their self-described brand of “Premium Northwest Soul.” The openers included Jelly Bread from Reno, Nevada and fellow Seattlites The Fabulous Party Boys (including one fabulously energetic female lead singer, Tazlyn Gue).

Image courtesy of The Dip's Facebook

Image courtesy of The Dip’s Facebook

The Dip and The Fabulous Party Boys have paired up in the past and the result is a terrific crescendo of strong soul voices, powerhouse brass sections, and clever composition. This evening at Nectar was no exception. Both groups are a stockpile of young talent and perform with an infectious sense of fun. The crowd came for funk and it was delivered.

During The Dip’s set friends and fans made their approval known and cat-calling accompanied several solos. Just in front of the stage the crowd spaced out enough to allow for swinging elbows, bobbing, and plenty of shoulder swaying. Behind the core crowd, a row of  men formed a line, beers in hand, nodding their approval in time with the beat.

Image courtesy of The Fabulous Party Boys Facebook

Image courtesy of The Fabulous Party Boys Facebook

The Fabulous Party Boys and The Dip headed north the next day for a Valentine’s Day show at the Wild Buffalo in Belligham. Keep an eye on their Facebook pages for upcoming shows. For more Funk/Soul in Fremont check out the High Dive’s line up for this Saturday February 22nd, Nectar’s line up for this Sunday February 23rd, or the Seamonster Lounge in neighboring Wallingford.

 Upcoming Live Music:

LIVE JAZZ at The Augustus every Thursday from 8:30-11:3pm

Nectar Lounge

Tuesdays are Karaokegrass (Karaoke with a live blue grass band backing you up) No Cover

Friday 2/21 An evening with KRIZZ KALIKO plus Dirtay, Ripynt & Carl Roe, Rookie Snow, and Eddie Grandpre (Hip Hop/Rap) :: $15 adv/ $20 doors, $35 Meet & Greet 7-8pm

Saturday 2/22  (early 3pm show) HOME SWEET HOME Benefit Concert for Shelley’s Spinners: Raising money for Cycle for Survival :: $10/ Additional donations encouraged!
for more info visit:

Saturday 2/22 TRIBAL ORDER w/ Soulistic Gypsy, Skablins, Nigel Mustafa, and w/ special guests TBA (Ska / Reggae) :: $7 adv/$10 dos

Sunday 2/23 PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING, KIEV, and XVIII Eyes :: $12 adv (Funk / Electronic)

For Nectar’s complete calendar and more details visit Nectar’s websiteAll shows listed are 21 plus

High Dive

Wednesday 2/19 Western Tilt, Bruised Hearts Revue, and Other Desert Cities (Americana/Rock) :: $6

Thursday 2/20 Peter Bradley Adams with Anne Heaton :: $13 adv/$15 dos

Friday 2/21 Aaron Daniel- Furniture Girls (EP Release) and the Yev (Alternative/Pop) :: $8

Saturday 2/22 Radio Raheem, Breaks & Swells, and Kissing Potion (Funk/Soul) :: $8

Sunday 2/23 Dearly Departed, Megan Larson, and cryptobebelem (Rock/Folk-Hop/Alternative) :: $6

For High Dive’s complete calendar and additional details please visit their websiteAll shows listed are 21 plus. Also, check out the High Dive’s unique punch card program, 10 shows for $20!

Know about a performance we haven’t included? Shoot us an email at with “Live Music” in the subject. Saw a band you think we should mention? Shoot us an email about that too!

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Trouble with taxes? The Seattle Public Library can help!

February 15th, 2014 by Cara

2 Months until taxes are due!

The Seattle Public Library, United Way of King County, and the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) are trying to ease the pain of tax season with FREE tax assistance at 10 Seattle Public Library locations. At each of these locations trained volunteers will be able to help answer your tax questions and complete personal (no business tax returns) tax returns. Most of these appointments are available only on a Drop-In basis.

The SPL highly recommends checking the Tax Help Calendar before visiting a location.

While the Fremont branch is not one of the locations hosting tax assistance here are the branches closest to Fremont that are:

Ballard Branch, 5614 22nd Ave. N.W., 206-684-4089

Monday, Feb. 3 through Monday, April 14 – drop-ins only

  • 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays
  • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursdays

Queen Anne Branch, 400 West Garfield St., 206-386-4227

Wednesday, Feb. 5 through Wednesday, April 9

  • 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays – drop-ins only
For a full list of branches please visit the Tax Help Calendar.

Also, if you forget to bring your forms you can make photocopies for $0.15 at all locations. For additional tax information visit the IRS website. Thanks for the help SPL, United Way of King County, and AARP!

This came up when we Googled "Happy Tax Day." Thanks to the Silicon Beat for the cheer!

This came up when we Googled “Happy Tax Day.” Thanks to the Silicon Beat for the cheer!

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Wednesday Tidbits

February 12th, 2014 by Cara

Welcome to Wednesdays at Fremont Universe! Here we like to celebrate all things big and small, from a very tall troll to a tasty cup of coffee. To help make it through the week we would like to provide you with a new “Wednesday Tidbit” each week.

In this instance, a “tidbit” is that immaculately timed moment when you unavoidably overhear someone else’s not-so-normal (or maybe normal for them) conversation. Sometimes you are the one uttering an unusual turn of phrase and other times you get to share a smile with your dinner partner at the oddities going on behind you. Where better to collect “tidbits” than in Fremont?!

We will do our best to overhear as many out of place, ill-timed, and goofy things as possible but we need your help! Submit your Wednesday Tidbit to with the word “tidbit” in the subject. Tidbits can be submitted any day of the week but check back on Wednesdays to see if yours was the oddest of them all!

This week’s tidbit:

Overheard from one young gentleman to the other at the Ballroom:

“Want to pop in some Sherlock?”

The gentlemen proceeded to watch Sherlock on a laptop while at a booth at the Ballroom while enjoying sliders and beer. Who needs a living room?

Top our tidbit! Send yours in today!



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KapKa Cooperative School Opens Their Doors for Interested Families

February 12th, 2014 by Cara

Tomorrow, Thursday February 13th the KapKa Cooperative School located at N 49th street and Dayton will be giving a tour for families tieh 3rd-5th graders at 10:45AM.

KapKa is a thriving learning community of children, their families, and teachers. At KapKa, we believe the role of the teachers is to create an academically stimulating environment where learning happens naturally and in a variety of ways that include both independent study and team projects. Parents have an integral role in running the school and provide support in the classrooms . The experience, commitment, and creativity of our professional teachers, combined with the talent and dedication of our parents, make KapKa a place of joyful exploration and a close, caring community. - From KapKa’s Website

Photo courtesy of KapKa

Photo courtesy of KapKa


For the tour, contact Seana to sign up by calling (206) 522-0350 or email


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Tableau Software is hiring!

February 10th, 2014 by Cara

On Tuesday February 11th, Tableau Software located in Fremont will be holding Open Session Interviews to fill a number of open positions. The Seattle based company’s mission is to “help people see and understand data.”  Their Main Office is near N 34th Street and Troll Ave.


To attend these open interviews find out how you can submit your resume here. More information about Tableau and employment there can be found over here.

Hurry hurry! This opportunity won’t last long!


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Live Music in Fremont

February 10th, 2014 by Cara

It’s in Fremont! It’s music! It’s live!

Welcome to the new weekly music round up on Fremont Universe focusing on your favorite Fremont venues. Check back on the site each Monday for a preview of upcoming events. Every other week we’ll be kicking off the round up with a brief profile of a band that recently performed.

Know about a performance we haven’t included? Shoot us an email at with “Live Music” in the subject. Saw a band you think we should mention? Shoot us an email about that too!

Alright Fremont, here we go!


A Big Ol’ Band Takes the Stage at Nectar
Photo credit: Jenny Jimenez / from the Orkestar Zirkonium website

Photo credit: Jenny Jimenez / from the Orkestar Zirkonium website

“There were only 15 people there? That’s a bummer”

“No! there were 15 people on stage!!”

I could hardly believe my eyes during the set change. The instruments and the musicians just kept coming, filing on to the  modest stage at Nectar. Despite quite the crowd, the group onstage looked quite at home and jovial. We stood near a clump of percussionists that wonderfully overwhelmed our eardrums.  Their wide array of instruments included a davul, a doumbek, and what I dubbed a “baby cymbal” (I have since learned they are typically called “splash cymbals”) to name a few. The brass section glowed as they raised their instruments high, the sounds swelling into a festive, parade-worthy sound.

Orkestar Zirkonium describes themselves as an “American brass-and-drum ensemble” that has been performing for just over a decade. Their sound and compositions are inspired by “Eastern European Romani diaspora” as well as traditional music from several other regions including Macedonia and India. The group also performs original dance tunes to keep your toes tapping.

For the record, “diaspora” is a scattered population that shares its origins in a smaller geographic area (source: Merriam-Webster). Romani culture can be found from Turkey all the way into Spain and beyond, the largest concentration of Romani culture is in Central and Eastern Europe. Fun fact of the day!

Orkestar Zirkonium performed at Nectar on Saturday February 1st for The Cumbieros CD Release. They will next be performing on March 1st at Balkan Night Northwest. Keep an eye on their website for more news and information.

 Upcoming Live Music:

LIVE JAZZ at The Augustus every Thursday from 8:30-11:3pm

The Fremont Abbey Arts Center

Tuesday 2/11 THE ROUND- Multi-arts show featuring Mikey & Matty, Jake Hemming (Big Sur), Planes on Paper, slam poet Shelby Handler, and live painter Fritha Strand from All Ages :: $7-10 adv

Friday 2/14 SWEETHEARTS OF SONG: Joseph (formerly Dearborn) with The Local Strangers in duo form, and Benjamin Doerr of the band St Paul de Vence. All Ages :: $8 adv/ $10 dos

Saturday 2/15 MARISSA NADLER with Shana Cleveland of La Luz All Ages :: $9-16 adv

For Fremont Abbey’s complete calendar and additional details please visit their website

Nectar Lounge

Tuesdays are Karaokegrass (Karaoke with a live blue grass band backing you up) No Cover

Wednesday 2/12 BLACK UHURU with Indubious and Gigantor (Reggae) :: $20 adv / $25 dos

 Thursday 2/13 THE DIP with the Fabulous Party Boys and Jelly Bread (Soul/Funk) :: $7 adv / $10 dos

Friday 2/14 ELDRIDGE GRAVY AND THE COURT SUPREME with Aaron Daniel’s One Man Banned and Special Valentine’s Day Surprise Performance!  (Funk) :: $12 adv / $15 dos

Saturday 2/15 CLINTON FEARON & THE BOOGIE BROWN BAND with Selecta Raiford (Reggae) :: $12 adv/ $15 dos

Sunday 2/16 BLUETECH with Pressha, Nordic Soul, and Young Benoit (Electronic / Dance) :: $10 adv/ $12 dos

For Nectar’s complete calendar and more details visit Nectar’s website. All shows listed are 21 plus

High Dive

Tuesday 2/11 Brother Inferior, Carrie Henschell & Sue Ray, and Jacob Cummings (Americana/Rock) :: $6

Wednesday 2/12 The Dark Blue, Goose Vargis, and Sit Ubu Sit (Rock/Alternative) :: $6

 Thursday 2/13 Marmalade (Funk/Soul/Groove) :: $6

Friday 2/14 Valentine’s Day with 80′s Invasion :: $8

Saturday 2/15 Dandilyon Soup (Reunion Show), Awfully Sudden, and The Rainiers (Rock) :: $8 adv/ $10 dos

Sunday 2/16  Pyramid Lake, Sundog, and Poon (Rock) :: $6

For High Dive’s complete calendar and additional details please visit their websiteAll shows listed are 21 plus. Also, check out the High Dive’s unique punch card program, 10 shows for $20!

Know about a performance we haven’t included? Shoot us an email at with “Live Music” in the subject. Saw a band you think we should mention? Shoot us an email about that too!

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