Thank You to the Businesses and Community Organizations Hosting Tonight’s Music!

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Cheeky Cafe

1700 South Jackson Street

Serving Asian Fusion..with a twist! Comfort Food..for the masses! There’s a lot of ways to describe us, but whatever your tastes, we have something for everyone! Come on down and be treated like one of the family! Brunch, lunch and dinner Tuesday-Sunday.


5:00 to 6:00:  Sundae + Mr. Goessl

6:30 to 8:00  Jimmi Herrod and Jason Goessl

8:15 to 9:45: Birch Pereira Trio

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Lake Chad Cafe

1712 S. Jackson Street

It is a place where people come together to share, chat and laugh, relax, work, connect and embrace life. It is a forum where you can share your own passion for coffee, local beers and wines, and your own community values. Community room to rent, topical movies regularly shown, and see our schedule for live music.


6:00 to 11:00

Lake Chad’s house band, The Jim O’Halloran Trio throws down serious world jazz grooves with plenty of guests.

Guests include Farko Dosumov on bass, Royce Shorter Jr. on  drums, Lance Lu, percussionist, Paul Nelson on poetry, Jay Mabin on Harmonica, Marina Albero on Keyboards and MORE!

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Wonder Sports Bar

1800 S Jackson Street

A hybrid Ethiopian/American menu, lots of sports screens, and a full bar at this Jackson Street hangout. Occasional live music and karaoke. Closed on Tuesdays.


6:00 to 7:00: Ocular Proof

7:00 to 8:00:  Rik Wright’s Fundamental Forces

8:30 to 11:00: Lady A
Please note, a Lady needs to make an entrance, band at 8:30, Lady A after 9…

Pratt_LogoSuite2_PrattSecondaryLogoPratt Fine Arts Center

1902 S. Main Street

Pratt is the only facility in the Northwest where absolute beginners and established artists work side-by-side creating art. Affordable studios with unparalleled equipment offer artists of all ages, abilities and backgrounds with the opportunity to learn, experiment, and create.

Covering nearly two city blocks in Seattle’s Central District, the Pratt campus features spacious and well-lit drawing and painting studios, Seattle’s largest printmaking studio, a typesetting and letterpress workshop, a glassblowing and casting hotshop, a flameworking, fusing and kiln casting studio, a woodworking studio, a jewelry and metalsmithing workshop, a forging studio, a bronze-casting foundry, a welding and metal fabrication shop, and a covered stone yard.

The Sound of Old Brazil in the DRAWING ROOM!

7:00 to 8:30: Choroloco


  • Hands-on art activities for kids ages 5 and up
  • A live bronze pour
  • Food and drinks from Chopstix Food Truck
  • Artist demos in each of Pratt’s studios
  • Class discounts for attendees

The Open House is a great way to learn about Pratt’s unique programs and meet instructors, students, and staff.


Ernestine Anderson Place

2010 South Jackson Street

Ernestine Anderson Place provides 60 units of affordable housing for homeless and low-income seniors ages 55 and up. The building features studio and 1-bedroom units. The ground floor includes community space for residents, with an exercise room, a library with internet-enabled computers, and an outside patio garden area. LIHI partners with Sound Mental Health to provide case management for tenants in need of support services.


5:00 to 5:45: Gail Pettis

6:00 to 6:45: Kate Voss

7:00 to 7:45: Marina Christopher

8:00 to 8:45: Jimmi Herrod

9:00 to 11:00: Eugenie Jones

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2300 South Jackson Street

Easily the most busy, non-stop Starbucks you are likely to ever see, the Starbucks at 23rd & Seattle is a true community hub.

Body & Soul: Jazz with Jacqueline!

6:30 to 8:00: Jacqueline Tabor