310 N.E. Evans Street / McMinnville, OR, 97128
Saturday, September 23, 2017
11 a.m. 'til close
All ages welcome
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When you imagine Oktoberfest, what comes to mind? Beer, music, more beer, bratwurst and hamburgers, and more—exactly how McMenamins pictures it.
One and all are welcome to participate! Begun as a wedding party for Germany's Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese in 1810, today Oktoberfest is celebrated all over the world with music, singing, dancing, beer, food and revelry, so join in our fun. Get the cool event stamp for your Passport, too.
Mattie's RoomHadelmann's Oompah Boys • 2 p.m. 'til 4 p.m.Three For Silver • 4:30 p.m. 'til 6:30 p.m.The Coastline • 7 p.m. 'til 10 p.m.
Cellar BarSonny Hess • 7 p.m. 'til 10 p.m.We will also be pouring 10 different German style beers in Matties Room from 2 p.m. 'til 10 p.m.
Known far and wide for her sensual guitar playing, songwriting gifts and soulful vocals, local blues legend Sonny Hess fires up shows around town performing in a variety of forms and combinations - solo, in duos, full bands, and as part of the venerable NW Women Rhythm & Blues, which may include fellow blueswomen Lady Kat, Duffy Bishop and many more. Named Outstanding R&B Act and Best New Artist when the Sonny Hess Power Band appeared in 1991, Hess has brought her particular brand of the blues to northwest audiences for nearly two decades. She's also been a serious supporter of fellow artists, producing the NW Women R&B shows and playing regularly with Ellen Whyte (as part of the duo Jane Doe), Leah Hinchcliff, and Lisa Mann.
Welcome to The Coastline.Indie rock from Portland, OR.
Caution: Side effects may include R&B, romantic encounters, online paternity tests, and on rare occasions excessive good times.
Luke Albright - piano. vocals.Ryan Lund - bass. drums. vocals.Jacob DeBoie - guitar. vocals.Joe Augsburger - drums.
Three For Silver evoke a timeless sense of mystery, singing songs of prophecies, drunken rambles, ancient kings, heartbeats, and heartbreaks. The listener is lifted by Willo Sertain's smooth voice, only to be laid low by the discordant growl of Lucas Warford. Sertain's lush accordion is complimented by the swirling tones of Greg Allison's violin, and beneath it all the polyrythmic, idiosyncratic madness of Warford's home built Contrabasin and Bass Banjo.
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