Hometown Hootenanny: Family Ties
The Hometown Band returns to the Hootenanny stage for a show filled with songs about the strength of families, and featuring some great local family bands.
Enjoy songs including "All Because Two People Fell in Love," "Remember When" and "Black Sheep of the Family" performed by the Hometown Band, plus great originals and family-themed songs by guests The Barela Brothers, Jenny and the Blue Moon Boys, and the Honky Tonk Sweethearts.
Brothers Rick and Jim Barela are Everett favorites whose rock-solid harmonies are a natural fit for Everly Brothers numbers, and other classic country/rock favorites. Jenny and the Blue Moon Boys are all members of the Ballew family of Marysville; lead singer Jenny Wiltse is also the winner of last summer's Hootenanny Singers' Showdown. Husband and wife Marc and Gaby Bristol are the backbone of Honky Tonk Sweethearts, with friend Dave Harmonson along for the ride.
And listen to this KXA Radio 1520 AM's afternoon DJ Stitch Mitchell will emcee the March show for us!
Tickets for the March 16 show are $16.50 for adults, $13 for seniors/students/military, and only $5 for kids 12 and under. Purchase tickets online at brownpapertickets.com or by calling the Everett Theatre at (425) 258-6766. The box office opens at 6:30 the day of the show.
The Hometown Hootenanny is a family-friendly event, presenting live music and a variety of entertainers in a classic venue in downtown Everett.
Historic Everett Theatre (View)
2911 Colby Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||do you have disabled parking spaces?
do you have handicapped seating
||Most of the parking for the show is streetside, and a few of those spots are designated as handicapped parking. We don't have our own lot for parking, although there is a FREE public parking facility just a block away, at Hoyt |
||do you have disabled seating?
||Yes, there is space available either at the back or front of the auditorium for wheelchairs, and a number of aisle seats also have removable armrests, to allow access for disabled patrons.|