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You can purchase two types of Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts (JFFA) tickets: An all-festival pass, which gets you into all four days of the festival and is your best deal, or a daily ticket. Tickets also can be purchased at any JFFA ticket venue during the festival. Children 12 and younger always receive free admission. Tickets are half price with a valid student ID. (Only available at Port Book and News, 104 E. First St. in Port Angeles, Joyful Noise Music Center, 112 W. Washington St. in Sequim and at the festival gate from May 27-30.)

TICKET PRICES All-festival pass — all FOUR days of the festival and After-Hours shows

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All-festival passes must be exchanged for festival wristbands, which will be available at the festival’s ticket booth Friday, May 27, starting at noon and Saturday, May 28, starting at 10:30 a.m.

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1:30 p.m. — Compassion Gorilla 3 p.m. — Wild Reeds 4:30 p.m. — Sojourners 6 p.m. — Poor Man’s Whiskey 8:15 p.m. — Delhi 2 Dublin

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5:15 p.m. — Rabbit Wilde 6:45 p.m. — The Sam Chase 8:30 p.m. — LeRoy Bell and his Only Friends

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12:30 p.m. — Kathryn Claire 1:45 p.m. — Paul Chasman 3 p.m. — Joy in Mudville 4:15 p.m. — Brooks Robertson 5:45 p.m. — Ashleigh Flynn 7 p.m. — The Student Loan 8:15 p.m. — Susan Rice

5:45 p.m. — Ross Douglas 7 p.m. — Blaze and Kelly 8:15 p.m. — Scott Cook

SATURDAY, MAY 28 MAIN STAGE

11 a.m. — Stevens Middle School Jazz Band 12:30 p.m. — Henrik Bothe 2 p.m. — Good Co 3:30 p.m. — The Bills 5 p.m. — Nick Drummond Band 6:30 p.m. — Los Pinguos 8:15 p.m. — FreddyPink

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Noon — Ballet Victoria 1:30 p.m. — Sojourners 2:45 p.m. — Cousin Harley 4 p.m. — Compassion Gorilla 5:30 p.m. — Wild Reeds 7 p.m. — Olympic Express Big Band

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The main festival grounds are at the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St. in Port Angeles. Here you will find outside performers, the street fair and the festival stages.

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12:30 p.m. — SeaStar 1:45 p.m. — The Bills 3 p.m. — Rabbit Wilde 4:15 p.m. — Ross Douglas 5:30 p.m. — Linda Waterfall 6:30 p.m. — Nancy Vivolo dedication ceremony 7 p.m. — Blaze and Kelly 8:15 p.m. — Susan Rice

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For more information about Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts performers, turn to Page 6. Additional details about artists also can be found by visiting www.jffa.org.

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AFTER HOURS IN THE CLUBS Performances begin at 10:30 p.m. at two downtown locations. See Page 12 for details.

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Festival offers something for everyone LIVE ART Ladies and gentlemen, it’s an imagination celebration as you watch talented artists create exciting new artistic works while being inspired by the powerful music emanating from the stage. Participating North Olympic Peninsula-based artists include Jeff Tocher, Mike Pace, Lynne Roberson, John Rickenbacher, Doug Parent, Sarah Tucker, Jeanette Painter and Craig Dills. THE TURTLE THEATER Children’s entertainer Alleyoop, also known as Al Hirsch, will perform stories, songs and puppet shows for children and family audiences inside The Turtle Tent, located on the lawn outside the Vern Burton Community Center, 308 E. Fourth St. Hirsch is a two-time winner of the Parent’s Choice Award. Four free shows will be offered Saturday, May 28, and Sunday, May 29 at The Turtle Tent. Show times are scheduled for noon, 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.    JOIN IN THE FUN AT THE WORKSHOP ROOM IN VERN BURTON COMMUNITY CENTER Join fellow festival-goers in a juicy, uplifting and centering flow yoga class led by yoga instructor Amelia Andaleon at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 28, and Sunday,

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Juan de Fuca Festival’s performers At the end of each schedule entry will be what day the performance will occur during the festival. The main schedule can be found on Page 3. The After Hours in the Clubs schedule is on Page 12. Note: Headliner performances appear in a pink font. BALLET VICTORIA Well known for the sheer virtuosity of its dancing, Victoria’s premiere ballet company, Ballet Victoria, can be found daily working away in their downtown Victoria studio training and rehearsing original works.  Producing more than 50 new works, Ballet Victoria is starting its 12th year with five world premieres. Music inspires creativity, beauty and harmony in dance — utilizing an uncompromising range of choreographies — from baroque music to rock, from opera to folk songs. The result is pure magic. SATURDAY, SUNDAY THE BILLS From the beautiful west coast of Canada comes this extraordinary quintet. Renowned among fans of all ages for instrumental virtuosity, lush vocal arrangements, exuberant live performances, evocative songwriting and a refreshing sound, The Bills transcend musical boundaries and defy simple categorization. With individual band members sporting world-class

credentials in folk/roots, jazz, classical and world music, The Bills are a Canadian acoustic music super-group. A live show is a legendary experience, thrilling fans from Copenhagen to California with musical explorations and on-stage wit and charm. SATURDAY BLAZE AND KELLY To listen to Blaze and Kelly is to experience a musical nirvana. The duo’s art takes listeners beyond the realm of the temporal, and into those intangible places we call spirit, dreams and love. There’s no doubt these two laughter-loving women can sing — Niccole Blaze’s powerful lead vocals blend perfectly with Mo Kelly’s sweet tone. But what makes them true artists is their ability to create emotion. To Blaze and Kelly, it’s not money, fame or precision that creates happiness, but genuine human connection. And their songs illustrate the humanity, passion and truth each one of us strives to feel and find gladness in. Blaze and Kelly have opened for Crosby, Stills and Nash, Olivia Newton-John and many others. FRIDAY, SATURDAY

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HENRIK BOTHE Get ready to laugh with the physical comedy of Henrik Bothe. The Danish-born Bothe has performed in four languages, 50 states and 22 countries since 1984. He walks on ladders, spins ropes, juggles without using his hands, rides a too-high unicycle, walks with four legs and can even appear as a glowing alien — NeonMan.   Bothe’s appeared on “The Tonight Show,” at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, at Europe’s prestigious “Le Plus Grande Cabaret du Monde” and even on “A Prairie Home Companion” where host Garrison Keillor exclaimed, “Henrik is one of the few jugglers that have succeeded in performing on the radio.” SATURDAY

COMPASSION GORILLA This Canadian world beat powerhouse will liberate feet and catapult audiences into a dance entrancement. Infused with elements of Latin, African and Balkan music, Compassion Gorilla combines tight, eclectic instrumental arrangements with songs and storytelling. The result is a high-energy show that enwraps audiences in a spell of dance, magic and melody with racy horn lines, brazen guitar harmonies, driving handpercussion rhythms and full-bodied vocal harmonies. Their most recent album, “Colibris en Vuelo” is the result of a Mexican tour that included more than 50 shows in four months. SUNDAY

SCOTT COOK A roots balladeer with a rare personal warmth, Canada’s Scott Cook has managed to distill the stories collected over a decade of near-incessant touring across Canada, the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia into straight-talking, keenly observant verse. Road-worn, painfully honest and deeply human, his tunes weave folk, roots, blues, soul and country with spacious fingerstyle guitar and claw hammer banjo arrangements. Cook is one of the hardest-working troubadours on the road averaging 160 gigs and 10 festivals a year. All the hard miles notwithstanding, he still believes that songs can change your life and that your life can change the world. FRIDAY, SATURDAY

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PAUL CHASMAN Guitar virtuoso Paul Chasman has had a remarkable 50-year-career melding jazz, classical and folk idioms into his own unique style. He developed a system for harmonics on the guitar — cascading bell-like tones — which he utilized throughout entire pieces in ways that had never been done before. “Guitar Player” magazine called him “one of the most deft harmonics practitioners,” and called his harmonics technique “simply astounding.”  In recent years, however, surgery on his left hand necessitated a whole new musical approach. Chasman became reincarnated as a singer/songwriter. Accompanied by the Great Gatleys, his newest incarnation highlights his talent for vivid poetry, inspired guitar playing and biting satire. SUNDAY

KATHRYN CLAIRE Kathryn Claire exhibits a charisma and grace on stage which is matched only by her truly unique voice and rare ability to move seamlessly across genres. Claire has spent years cultivating her style and approach to music as a violinist, guitar player, singer and songwriter. Fundamentals from her classical and traditional music background combined with an innate ability to improvise has made her a favorite at venues, festivals and institutions around the world. She has toured and performed extensively in the U.S., Japan, India, Holland, Belgium and France. Appearing with Zak Borden on mandolin and Allen Hunter on bass, expect to hear heartfelt ballads, driving dance tune sets, intricate orchestral compositions and honest original songs. SUNDAY

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COUSIN HARLEY Cousin Harley is the rocking hillbilly persona of Canadian guitar virtuoso Paul Pigat. This rollicking band from Vancouver, B.C. puts it all together including classic western swing, hotrod country, surf, psychobilly, lounge and West Coast jump blues. Called the “Motorhead of rockabilly” by a delirious fan after a particularly raucous show in Holland, there’s nothing tentative about Cousin Harley’s pedal-to-themetal approach to their music. Pigat is well known in the music world and he has backed countless folks from Jakob Dylan to Neko Case. However, Cousin Harley has been Pigat’s pet project for 12 or 13 years, and judging from the hordes of people who drove or flew hundreds of miles to attend shows on his last European jaunt, everything’s working out just fine. SUNDAY, AFTER HOURS DEAD PEASANT SOCIETY Dead Peasant Society is very big on vocal harmonies and many of their songs tell stories. There’s a good bit of humor in the songs in general and the band loves to have a good time on stage. Dead Peasant Society plays folk/traditional tunes as well as bluegrass, ragtime, a little jazz and many more of the band’s original songs. The band travels about the country in hobo fashion, but they are currently based around Port Angeles. MONDAY DELHI 2 DUBLIN The Delhi 2 Dublin sound started as an electronic fusion between bhangra beats and Celtic fiddle and has since grown into anything from dub reggae to breakbeats to just straight up happy dance music. The word has spread about the band’s energetic live shows and these road-warriors have been touring constantly since — mesmerizing crowds at many of the top festivals across Canada and the U.S., blowing people away in the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany and Malaysia as well as performing to awe-filled audiences in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Dubai. SUNDAY ROSS DOUGLAS Canadian Ross Douglas has had a truly amazing and diverse musical career. Here are a few highlights: Douglas was the piano player in the satirical glam rock band The Choke Sisters; he played Brad Majors in the first-ever Canadian production of the “Rocky Horror Show;” and he did more than 1,000 performances as Larry in Angry Housewives. FRIDAY, SATURDAY

DELHI 2 DUBLIN The FreddyPink promise — “to deliver rock and soul music from the 1960s to the 1990s, and all with a new millennium twist.” The band’s soulful rearrangements of the classics and originals are presented by some of the finest talent on the West Coast, featuring the Thundering Groove Rhythm Section, the Fire Breathing Horns and topped off with absolute powerhouse vocals. SATURDAY GOOD CO Seattle’s six-piece Good Co is the United States’ first live electro swing band. Electro swing combines the era of illicit booze, jitterbugging flappers and underground speakeasies with the beats and the electric sound of today’s dance music. Pounding dance beats are mixed with gypsy jazz guitar riffs, samples from the past turned on their head along with a live horn section make for the best sounding dance party this side of the 1920s. SATURDAY

JOY IN MUDVILLE If you’re in Port Angeles wondering where everybody is, check out wherever Joy In Mudville is performing. The band features Jason Mogi on clawhammer banjo, ASHLEIGH FLYNN acoustic and electric guitars and vocals, Kim Trennary Ashleigh Flynn grew up in Kentucky and cut her on acoustic and bass guitars and vocals, Paul Stehrteeth on local bluegrass music. Green on bass guitar and vocals and Michael Flynn arrived on the national scene in 2008 with Echternkamp on drums. the release of her third record, “American Dream,” and The music Joy in Mudville combines influences from continues playing national and international stages with old-time bluegrass, folk, rock, country, blues and funk. the 2013 release of “A Million Stars.”  Whether an original tune, a driving barn-burner, some A prolific songwriter, Flynn is also an electrifying funk rock or Grateful Dead covers, Joy in Mudville’s performer blessed with unbridled charisma. SUNDAY music is super-high energy with tight harmonies and clever arrangements and grooves that make you wanna FREDDYPINK bust out those dancing shoes. SUNDAY, MONDAY FreddyPink has been bringing audiences around the country to their feet for more than 25 years with what THE JUAN DE FUCA BAND the band calls “Northwest rock n’ soul.” The Juan de Fuca Band is more than just the

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intersection where music festival lovers, Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts Executive Director Dan Maguire and area bodies of water meet. Fueled by the words and music of prolific singer/songwriter Maguire, the twangy guitar leads of Clark Driese and the pulsing rhythm section of Eric Neurath and Paul Scheifen, the band revels in its rootsy journey deep into the heart of the American dream. With traces of rock, folk, blues, country, jazz and more, music is familiar but always new. MONDAY KARLYN LANGJAHR A family-friendly class, “Limber for Lemurs” will explore the wonders of lemurs through movement, storytelling and play. Learn about different lemur species and their unique adaptations, characteristics and habitats.  Langjahr is a local marine conservationist and yoga instructor who raises funds for lemur conservation projects in northeastern Madagascar.  Held in the Vern Burton Community Center’s Workshop Room. SATURDAY, SUNDAY LEROY BELL AND HIS ONLY FRIENDS A huge fan favorite at last year’s festival, LeRoy Bell and His Only Friends are back at the Juan de Fuca Festival for an encore performance. A top-eight finalist on “The X-Factor,” Bell’s smooth pop-soul melodies and hard-rocking beat have built him a solid loyal following all over the world. As a successful young songwriter, Bell wrote songs for The Spinners, The O’Jays, The Temptations, Jennifer Lopez, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Rita Marley, Elton John and many others. With his band, His Only Friends, Bell showcases his remarkable talent as a passionate soul/rhythm and blues singer, a powerful blues/rocker and even an acoustic folk/soul singer. FRIDAY PENINSULA DAILY NEWS/SEQUIM GAZETTE


LOS PINGUOS Los Pinguos came to the United States from Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a mixture of Latin rhythms, reggae, rumba, flamenco and rock. Shortly thereafter, the band’s career took a big leap forward when they were awarded the grand prize on Ed McMahon’s, “The Next Big Star” television show. Since then, Los Pinguos has performed worldwide in such places as India, Bali, Switzerland’s Montreux Jazz Festival, Italy, the Netherlands, Puerto Rica and Canada.  Los Pinguos will be performing three shows for area students at Port Angeles High School. (Sponsored by the Washington State Arts Commission). SATURDAY, AFTER HOURS     NICK DRUMMOND BAND Nick Drummond’s remarkable musical career continues to astonish. He is a veteran of both the legendary Seattle acoustic rock band The Senate, and also Juan de Fuca Festival favorite Impossible Bird.  Utterly unique, Drummond’s distinct sound includes elements of Afro-pop, funk and country welded to the heavy backbeat of hard rock.  His approach to guitar playing has been compared to Dave Matthews, but his clear vocals are entirely his own. SATURDAY OLYMPIC EXPRESS BIG BAND The 17-plus-piece Olympic Express Big Band was formed in the spring of 2008 to fulfill the vision of a few local area musicians. These musicians wanted to gather the finest players on the North Olympic Peninsula to create a high-caliber, “take-no-prisoners” musical ensemble that would perform tough, challenging arrangements.  Today, the band’s reputation is well established as a talented, high-quality dance band that recreates the excitement of the golden age of the big bands and can keep the dance floor busy all night. The band’s repertoire includes classic hits, whether big band swing, standards, Dixieland, rock and roll, jazz, Motown or boogie woogie. SATURDAY, SUNDAY

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POOR MAN’S WHISKEY Northern California’s legendary, jam-grass sensations Poor Man’s Whiskey bring a reputation for high-energy live shows and an incomparable fusion of bluegrass, oldtime southern rock and old-school jam to stages and major festivals worldwide. This “high-octane hootenanny” will delight those interested in a foot-stomping good time. Over many years of touring, Poor Man’s Whiskey has evolved into a ragged, spontaneous beast pulling from equally deep wells of storytelling originals, expertly crafted covers and zany on-stage shenanigans. Sunday’s not-to-be-missed set will feature an interpretation of Paul Simon’s album, “Graceland“ — a sold-out sensation at venues across the U.S. SUNDAY, MONDAY RABBIT WILDE A huge hit in 2015, festival organizers are thrilled Rabbit Wilde is back. Rabbit Wilde plays a kind of backyard folk described as folk-stomp Americana. Rabbit Wilde revamps classic string-band instrumentation with homespun percussion and the unique integration of six-string ukulele and cello. With widely varying influences, three distinct vocal styles and copious amounts of foot-stomping, Rabbit Wilde demonstrates a sound and presence that feels both original and familiar.  Voted best band in their home city of Bellingham for the past three years, Rabbit Wilde has quickly risen to local renown and are touring extensively throughout the U.S. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AFTER HOURS

BROOKS ROBERTSON craft — learning new tunes, styles and techniques, as well as composing groovy and soulful original music. SUNDAY

THE SAM CHASE Sam Chase has a voice like a nun on the lam with a mouthful of cigarettes and curse words in a lonely bar, drunkenly dancing next to a broken jukebox. The Sam Chase was a winner of SF Weekly’s “Best of the Bay Readers Poll” in 2013 and 2014. Hailing from the hills of San Francisco, Chase and his SUSAN RICE Starting in musical comedy in college, Susan Rice soon band, whom he refers to as The Untraditional, take to stages all over the country with a virulent and frenetic found that it wasn’t singing she loved, but the sound of passion. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AFTER HOURS laughter. A move to Los Angeles in 1986 put Rice front and center in a comedy boom that still resonates throughout SEASTAR Since 2007, Fae Wiedenhoeft and her band SeaStar the country to this day. have been entertaining audiences with a unique blend of Being one of the nation’s 20 female stand-up comics working the road in the 1980s was a training ground for Celtic folk. The band’s compositions and heart-breaking songs are proving she could appeal to both women and men. During Rice’s more than 32 years in stand-up comedy, loved and revered by many across the globe. SeaStar’s love of musical storytelling is only surpassed she has continually brought her unique style to every by its desire to share it with others. kind of audience. The band has played across the U.S., Canada, Ireland, Her television credits include everything from “PortTurkey, Poland, England, France and Scotland, including landia” to HBO’s “Comedy Festival.” Somehow, Rice is familiar, funny and appeals to young and old on all levels. such well-known festivals as Dougie MacLean’s Perthshire Amber Festival and Celtic Connections Musical SATURDAY, SUNDAY, AFTER HOURS Festival in Glasgow. SATURDAY BROOKS ROBERTSON RACHEL LYNN SEBASTIAN The protégé of guitar legend Buster B. Jones, Brooks Acting as a soulful storyteller, Rachel Lynn Sebastian Robertson wowed guitar fans around the world even as brings a dramatic vibrancy to the stage. a child. Her lyrics are soaked with passion, irony and humility At age 14, Robertson appeared on Garrison Keillor’s and only her unforgettable voice and presence can facili“A Prairie Home Companion,” where he won first place tate the power of her message.  in a talent competition for 12 to 20 year olds. She owns the mic like a cool cat and enchants her In 2010, Robertson won first place in the country category and second place overall in the “Yamaha Six String listeners, transporting them to a place where honesty, passion, drama and dance collectively reside.  Theory Guitar Competition” in Los Angeles. She has been proclaimed “Adele’s competition” by HolIn 2012 Brooks received the Horizon Award for young, up and coming guitarists by the National Thumbpickers lywood Life TV. She has toured worldwide including major stays in Hall of Fame and was recently voted Portland, Ore.’s London, Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Macau “best emerging artist” by “The Deli Magazine.” Still in his mid 20s, Robertson continues perfecting his and Saigon. SATURDAY, MONDAY JUAN DE FUCA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS ❖ MAY 2016

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THE SOJOURNERS Thanks to their formative years spent singing in the churches, Marcus Mosely of Ralls, Texas, Will Sanders of Alexandria, La., and Khari McClelland of Detroit, give The Sojourners’ sound an authentic edge that only comes with experience. This is real gospel blessed with a soul that can’t be faked. This is not music that strives to be polite. In The Sojourners’ universe, echoes of doo wop, rhythm and blues, country and blues weave together to create a unique sound that has all but vanished from today’s world. This is gospel music that can take a punch and remain standing. Based in Vancouver B.C., The Sojourners are a rock-solid unit and proof positive that faith can move mountains. SUNDAY THE STUDENT LOAN Together for 10 years, The Student Loan is a progressive-acoustic new-grass project out of Portland, Ore. This innovative quartet’s diverse style transcends

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genre, fusing elements of jazz, blues, rock and jam with traditional bluegrass instrumentation. The band’s distinct sound appeals to everyone from the most discerning traditional bluegrass listeners to the most enthusiastic jam band fans. The Student Loan is known for fun and funky originals, quirky covers and the knack for getting a crowd moving on the dance floor. The band’s fourth album, “Moonlit Toasters,” was released recently and marks a new stage of style and creativity for the band. SUNDAY, AFTER HOURS TURTLE THEATER The Turtle Theater is returning to the Juan de Fuca Festival. Children’s entertainer Alleyoop, also known as Al Hirsch, will perform stories, songs and puppet shows for children and family audiences inside The Turtle Tent.   Hirsch is an author, historian, poet, riddler, folklorist, puppeteer, musician and more.  In fact, he knows more songs, stories and riddles than anybody else his size or shape. He has at least one story or song for every occasion. He has more whistles than you can shake a stick at.  Children of all ages love his “Lumberjack” routine. He often uses puppets with younger children including Billy Bear — the silly bear.  Hirsch is a two-time winner of the Parent’s Choice LINDA WATERFALL Awards. Four shows daily will be performed at the Turtle Tent located outside the Vern Burton Community Center. SATURDAY, SUNDAY melodic, percussion and vocals. MONDAY TWISTED ROOTS Marty Kaler and Bob Lawrence-Markarian first played together more than 35 years ago. After their paths diverged for a few years, they reunited and found that the magic was still there.  Developing their own style, Twisted Roots plays old and new tunes, featuring finger-style guitar, ukulele, banjo, Dobro, lap-steel guitar and humor.  The band expanded to include Leo Bidne on vocals, bass and guitar and Marilyn Kaler on harmonica,

LINDA WATERFALL Linda Waterfall has been named “Seattle’s Top SingerSongwriter” by the Seattle Times, Seattle Weekly and the KZAM arts and entertainment poll. Waterfall grew up in a musical family, with early training in classical piano, music theory, composition and voice. Her songs reflect classical training and popular influences including folk, jazz, blues, rock and world music. An accomplished guitarist and pianist, Waterfall taught songwriting for 15 years through the Washington State Arts Commission, and was a songwriting instructor at Cornish College of the Arts from 2005 to 2012. SATURDAY

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WEST COAST WOMEN’S BLUES REVUE The West Coast Women’s Blues Revue is a showcase of firepower talent from four of the best in the business. Supersonic vocalists Patti Allen and Lady A, along with multi-instrumentalist Stacy Jones and Teri Anne Wilson deliver total knock-out house-rockin’ blues, rhythm and blues and a soul extravaganza not to be missed.   Collectively, the women have garnered hundreds of blues awards and nominations, performed throughout Europe, Canada and the United States and recorded more than 10 albums. The women are backed by the Honey Butter Band. The West Coast Women’s Blues Revue performance is sponsored by Denise Bennett and Sandra Tatro. MONDAY  THE WILD REEDS The Wild Reeds can be defined by one word: Harmony. The sound from this Los Angeles-based band fronted by Kinsey Lee, Mackenzie Howe and Sharon Silva dips in and out of

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For many, the Juan de Fuca Festival After Hours in the Clubs is the highlight of the festival. Around 10:30 p.m. just as folks are starting to catch their breath at festival stages, Port Angeles’ downtown springs to life with Juan de Fuca After Hours in the Clubs. After Hours in the Clubs is located in two downtown establishments, located kitty corner from each other at Front and Lincoln streets. Stop in at one or both of the clubs to enjoy some of the festival’s greatest performers in the wonderful ambiance of a downtown club. Performances promise to energize and entertain well into the night. The clubs offer a cozy atmosphere and feature extensive food and drink menus to end your day at the Juan de Fuca Festival the right way. Incredibly, admission is included in the festival pass. Simply show your festival wristband

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Even more music thanks to ongoing concert series

The Juan de Fuca Festival is a presentation of the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts (JFFA). In addition to its annual festival, the foundation presents concerts throughout the year. 2016 - 2017 season concerts include: u Sunday, June 12 — Swan Lake with Ballet Workshop u Saturday, Aug. 27 — The Paperboys at Olympic Cellars Winery u Saturday, Sept. 24 — Tannahill Weavers at The Elks u Saturday, Oct. 15 — LED with Lauren Edson u Friday, Nov. 11 — Four Bitchin’ Babes u Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 and 4 — The Nutcracker with Ballet Workshop u Saturday, Jan. 21 — MarchFourth! u Sunday, Dec. 18 — Geoffrey Castle Celtic Christmas u Thursday, Feb. 9 — Artrageous u Saturday and Sunday, March 25 and 26 — Sleeping Beauty with Ballet Workshop u Saturday, April 1 — Young Irelanders u Thursday, May 4 — Lauren Fox: Love, Lust, Fear, and Freedom — The music of Joni Mitchell & Leonard Coen Additional concerts will be added at a later date. For details about upcoming concerts or becoming a season concert subscriber, visit www.jffa.org and click on “Season Concerts.” The 2016-2017 season concert brochure is available in the “Festival Store,” which includes a concert subscriber application. Individual tickets are available online and at: Port Book and News, 104 E. First St. in Port Angeles, and Joyful Noise Music Center, 112 W. Washington St. in Sequim.

HOW TO BECOME A JFFA MEMBER The Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts invites you to become a “Friend of the Arts” and help continue the foundation’s mission to develop and promote the arts for the cultural, educational and quality of life benefits for the greater North Olympic Peninsula community. Membership support benefits JFFA’s educational programs, season concerts and the festival itself. “Contributions are enormously important to the foundation’s success and its ability to provide great art programs,” said Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts Executive Director Dan Maguire. For more information about making a donation to the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts, visit www.jffa.org and click on the “Participate” tab and then “Want to become a sponsor or contributor.”

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