Earlier this week, Anch Bergeson, host of Sundrenched, spoke with Hawaiian composer and master slack-key guitarist Keola Beamer. You can listen to their conversation here:
Keola Beamer will perform live in Olympia on Saturday, March 22 at the Capitol Theater. He’ll be performing with his partner, hula-dancer Moanalani Beamer. Doors open at 7:30 PM and the show starts at 8 PM. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Rainyday Records and online via the Olympia Film Society.
The second annual CO-OPATOPIA will be at St. Martin’s Pavilion on Saturday, March 15! It’s a celebration of local cooperatives, including food co-ops, energy co-ops, credit unions and more, with games, live music, food, entertainment, and prizes. You can find details at coopatiopia.coop.
Photo by Scott Stevens
We’ll be bringing out our bins of CDs and vinyl for our semi-annual sale on Saturday, March 1! Thousands of albums will be available for purchase, with all proceeds benefiting KAOS.
The sale goes from noon to 7 PM in the College Activities Building at Evergreen, room #125.
Click here for directions to the Evergreen State College.
The Evergreen Student Media Project and Electronic Media Interns present two nights of music at Evergreen’s Experimental Theater on Valentine’s Day weekend. The event is named “⌘ + Z” (command + z), after the Macintosh keyboard shortcut to undo. Both nights will feature music by students.
The concerts are free and all ages. Doors open at 7:30 PM, music begins at 8 PM. The Experimental Theater is located in the Communications Building, room #124. More information can be found at twinwe.blogspot.com.
Harlequin Productions is hosting the first South Sound Improv Comedy Festival on February 12 at the State Theater! Their new improve troupe, Something Wicked, will be sharing the stage with guest troupes Oly Improv, Fools Play and Unexpected productions. The show starts at 8 PM.
Click here for more information.