Quilcene musician Kalan Wolfe, who is performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Photo submitted.

Quilcene musician Kalan Wolfe, who is performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Photo submitted.

Sequim Block Party announced for August 2

The City of Sequim and the City Arts Advisory Commission invite the public to a Block Party on the Civic Center Plaza, 152 W. Cedar Street, 5-9:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2.

The Party will kick off with a Flash Mob on the Civic Center Plaza at 5:15 p.m. by the Zumba Sisters! Live music will then follow 5:30-9:30 p.m. starting with the high-energy and easy going sounds of Bread & Gravy at 5:30 p.m., followed by the unique blend of folk and rock by Quilcene musician, Kalan Wolfe at 6:30 p.m., and then the compelling mix of eclectic rhythm and blues of Locos Only from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

The event will also offer rock painting for kids, and a live painting by local artist, Craig Robinson (@ArtbyCraig9, during the concerts.

Cedars at Dungeness will provide a beer and wine garden and visitors are encouraged to bring their own chair and picnic on the plaza.

Be sure to enjoy “The Beach” art exhibit inside the Civic Center as well.

For more information, please contact Arts Coordinator, Cyndi Hueth, at (360) 582-2477 or chueth@sequimwa.gov.

The band Locos only, who will be performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Photo submitted.

The band Locos only, who will be performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Photo submitted.

The band Bread & Gravy, who will be performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Submitted photo

The band Bread & Gravy, who will be performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Submitted photo

Quilcene musician Kalan Wolfe, who is performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Photo submitted.

Quilcene musician Kalan Wolfe, who is performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Photo submitted.

The band Locos only, who will be performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Photo submitted.

The band Locos only, who will be performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Photo submitted.

The band Bread & Gravy, who will be performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Submitted photo

The band Bread & Gravy, who will be performing at Sequim’s annual Block Party event on August 2. Submitted photo

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