First Annual WJMAC Jazz Walk

A benefit for the WJMAC Jazz Education Program. One ticket. 13 bands. 5 venues.

Ticketing:

One ticket grants single admission to all venues throughout the event. Admission is first come, first served.
WJMAC hosts will be at each venue.

Advance tickets: BrownPaperTickets.com
Day-of tickets are available by cash at all venues, or by credit card at the Sylvia Center, 205 Prospect St. after 5pm.

Price: $25 general, $15 for students

Schedule and Venues:

All events will be held on Thursday, November 16th. All venues are located in downtown Bellingham, WA.
Note: Schedule may be subject to change.

SYLVIA CENTER, 205 Prospect St. (website)

6:00 PM - disORGANized (Tacoma)
7:00 PM - Dan Faehnle Quartet (Portland, OR)
8:30 PM - Ari Hoenig Trio (NYC)

MAKE.SHIFT, 306 Flora St. (website)

6:00 PM - Milo Petersen (Seattle)
7:00 PM - Hot House Jazz Band (Bellingham)
8:00 PM - Casey MacGill Orchestra (Seattle)

BAYOU ON BAY, 1300 Bay St. (website)

7:00 PM - Zoo Patrol (Bellingham)
8:15 PM - Joe Doria (Seattle)

THE BLACK DROP COFFEE HOUSE, 300 W. Champion St. (website)

7:00 PM - Blake Angelos Trio (Bellingham)
8:15 PM - Dawn Clement/Mark Taylor Duo (Seattle)

CAFFÉ ADAGIO, 1435 Railroad Ave. (website)

6:30 PM - Alicia Dauber (Bellingham)
7:45 PM - Kevin Woods (Bellingham)
8:30 PM - Gail Pettis (Seattle)

Established in 2014, WJMAC is a 501(c)3 dedicated to presenting the best local, regional, and national jazz artists to Bellingham. Also to provide affordable jazz combo classes to aspiring high school musicians (and others) in order to encourage and cultivate not only future jazz artists, but also jazz lovers and audience members.

Coming Up...

Damani Phillips on Alto Saxophone

Wednesday, November 29, 7-9 PM

Damani Phillips rejoins Kevin Woods (trumpet) and Julian MacDonough (drums) to lead a quintet with John Hansen (piano) and Michael Glynn (bass).

Champian Fulton - from New York!

Wednesday, December 6, 7 PM

Singer and pianist Champian Fulton will lead a quartet.