Nightlife, Entertainment, and Evenings! Leavenworth, Washington
Leavenworth Evening Activities
Live German Music
- Andreas Keller German Restaurant offers live music beginning at 6 PM (sing along if you like!) From January thru June they have music on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday nights.
- Friday’s & Saturday’s King Ludwig’s Restaurant fills their indoor Biergarten with accordion music and dancing.
- Icicle Junction Arcade with pool table, arcade games, redemption games (win tickets for prizes) racing games; 509-548-2400.
- Enjoy a current movie at the Junction Cinema.
- Enjoy a beer while watching the game on Leavenworth’s biggest sports TV at the Sports & Snack Bar.
Bavarian Style Entertainment
Summers in Downtown Leavenworth at the Gazebo.
Classical Music and Chamber Music
Check for live performances including the Icicle Creek Chamber Music Festival and Canyon Wren Concert Series - Icicle Creek Center for the Arts Calendar of Events
Concerts and Events With Local and Regional Artists
See full calendar for Icicle Arts in Downtown Leavenworth
Live Entertainment at Icicle Brewing Company
Live Entertainment at Der Hinterhof
Test out your voice at the Post Office Tavern (the “P O”) or play pool, throw darts, play pull tabs, or visit with friends.
The Loft offers Karaoke many nights of the week.
Bars and Taverns
- Barney’s Tavern in Cashmere is a fun little tavern where you can have a beer in a old fashioned atmosphere!
- Uncle Uli’s Pub. Relax and visit at and enjoy an occasional Open Mic with live music on Monday.
- Ducks and Drakes Riverview Restaurant & Bar - Non-smoking cocktail bar. Sunday thru Thursday open till 11pm. Friday and Saturday till 1am. Friday and Saturday – open for regular menu until Midnight, and for appetizers until 1 am. 633-B Front St. 509-548-0270.
- Post Office Tavern – Karaoke, play pool, throw darts, play pull tabs, or just visit with friends! 213 9th st, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Leavenworth Gazebo Daytime Entertainment
May 27 MEMORIAL DAY
Musikkapelle 11 – 3pm
Paul Williams Olympia HS 5pm
Mason MS Music Dept, Jason Lee MS 12pm or 1pm or 2pm
Max Kyllonen 1 – 5pm
Bike and Brews Festival
Bonnie Birch Trio 11:00am-3:00pm
5-7pm Alpenfolk in gazebo
Bonnie Birch Trio 11:00am-3:00pm
Zion Lutheran Band 11:30–12:30
11:30am-1:30pm Jane Addams Music Dept
1:00pm-3:30pm Saghalie Middle School
Sequoyah Middle School 1:00-2:30pm
Mt Baker MS 11:30am-12:30pm
Truman MS 2:30
Everett choir 4:30-5:30
Village Voices 6-8pm
9:00am Tyee Middle School music dept
Gordonairs 1-5pm & 7-9pm
Coffee house setting
- Saturday - One Saturday each month except for July and August, Cashmere Community Coffeehouse in Cashmere offers live music. See 2013 calendar below.
Cashmere Community Coffee House ScheduleAt Door Cover Charge: $3.00 per person (includes refreshments) “Pass The Hat” for Musicians – $8.00 to $11.00 per person is suggested and greatly appreciated. *** Shows start at 7:30 p.m. *** (Unless otherwise noted)
|Jan. 26th2013||DAVID GRIER-Prepare yourselves for a most riveting evening, when the CCC opens its doors and throws down the red carpet for the “eclectic”, “award winning”, “stunning performer”, “critically acclaimed”, “ultimate”, “powerful”, “masterful”, “amazing”, “adept”, “genius”, “impressive”, “artistic”, “virtuoso”, “inventive”, “creative”, “improvisational”, “greatest picker alive”, DAVID GRIER. Read anything about DAVID GRIER and the accolades and adjectives literally dance and tumble off the page like complex musical notation. DAVID, the son of Lamar Grier, banjo player and Bluegrass Boy in the mid 60′s, was born and raised in the midst of the original, “high lonesome sound” of Bill Monroe. It was a living education that DAVID absorbed and maximized to its fullest potential and we his listeners are the beneficiaries of that potential, manifest in DAVID’S consummate musicianship. WEBSITE – DAVID GRIER|
|Feb 16th2013||NORTH COUNTRY- The Cashmere Community Coffeehouse (CCC) and North Country, are going to kick winter in the pants. North Country is a new band with well respected, familiar faces from the PNW music scene. Their individual experience and musical accomplishments coalesce into one traditional, driving bluegrass sound that is sure to have your toes tapping and your hands clapping. So, be sure to mark your calendars and join us for a bluegrass, snow melting night to remember with North Country. WEBSITE – NORTH COUNTRY|
|Mar. 16th2013||JOHN REISCHMAN AND FRIENDS- John Reischman is credited to be one of America’s finest mandolin players. Joinng John this evening will be Eli West on guitar; Trent Freeman on fiddle; and Patrick Metzger on bass. Join us for this mighty fine evening.|
|Apr. 13th2013||RURAL DELIVERY- The Cashmere Community Coffeehouse spring fever concert welcomes RURAL DELIVERY, one of the Pacific Northwest ‘s longest reigning, tried and true bluegrass bands. A contemporary bluegrass band based out of the Seattle area, they have been performing since 1976. These five musicians pride themselves in playing the finest in acoustic music. Crowds welcome the group’s rich harmonies and energetic presence, all delivered with down home, genuine warmth. You’ll feel like part of the RURAL DELIVERY family by the end of the evening. Spring never sounded so good and the fever never so inspired!|
|May 18th2013||TRUE NORTH - Please join the Cashmere Community Coffeehouse, to welcome once again to our stage, Northwest indie-grass quartet True North. It’s been awhile since we’ve had the supreme pleasure of featuring this very talented band. True North combines traditional bluegrass instrumentation with soulful vocals, fat harmonies and folk-edged songwriting for a decidedly modern acoustic sound. True North’s tight and careful arrangements can be alternately big and wild, or tender and deliberate.|
|THE 11th ANNUAL WENATCHEE RIVER BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
JUNE 14-16, 2013
(2012 IBMA ENTERTAINERS OF THE YEAR)
THE GIBSON BROTHERS
WAYNE TAYLOR AND APPALOOSA
FRANK SOLIVAN AND DIRTY KITCHEN
KEVIN PACE AND THE EARLY EDITION
|Oct. 19th 2013||TBA|
27 MEMORIAL DAY
11 – 3pm
Olympia HS 5pm
Mason MS Music Dept
Jason Lee MS
12pm or 1pm or 2pm
1 – 5pm