Rock and roll filled the Sequim airwaves on Sept. 12, as classic rock band Foghat played its hits like “Fool for the City” and “Slow Ride.”
Promoter Quinn Hampton estimates more than 1,000 concert-goers attended the event at the James Center for Performing Arts.
Seattle act Medicine Hat opened the evening as part of Foghat’s 40th anniversary tour, which featured food and drinks from The Cedars at Dungeness with a portion of proceeds benefiting the Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County.
No one won the free motorcycle from Destination Harley-Davidson of Silverdale despite contestants rolling twice for a chance at the prize.
Foghat made a weekend of the concert hosting a meet-and-greet and dinner with their speciality wines on Sept. 11 at The Cedars at Dungeness. They also took in the local sights, including a fishing trip.