A full musical spectrum of local performers will take the stage to support Cascadia at the Musicians of the Methow fundraiser on Saturday (March 7).
In addition to music at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp, there will be a music-themed silent auction, a music-themed dessert auction, and music-themed cocktails and other refreshments. Dessert auction items will be provided by, among others, the Mazama Store, Arrowleaf restaurant, Copper Glance and Oliver’s Kitchen.
Cascadia promises a family-friendly evening culminating in dancing to the Bitterroot Beets. All the musicians are donating their time and talent. Before the Bitterroot Beets rock the community center, other musicians to perform will be:
• Full Uplift (Steve Kish, Will Menzies, Murray Sampson, Tanner Niels).
• Danbert Nobacon with Kira Kramer and Anna Dooley.
• Late for Supper (Ken Bevis, Jerome Bowler).
• Tamarack Quartet (Matt Armbrust, Pam Hunt, Norma Shull, Anna Dooley).
• John Evans and Emele Clothier.
• Michael Brady.
• Tylar Moe and Charles Frady.
• Oori Silberstein and Friends (Rebecca Gallivan, Stan Wentzel, Phil Woras, Sam Stockard).
The Bitterroot Beets are Sarah Stephens, Erik Shepard, Will Menzies, and Dylan Marks.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Adult tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Student tickets are $1. Reserved tables for 4 or 6 people are $40 per person. For more information and advance tickets, go to cascadiamusic.org.