From big production headliners to backwoods bluegrass, Hood Canal has a live music scene well equipped to set anyone's foot to tapping. Discover quaint bar bands, superstars, and classical ensembles, while peppering in a little of your own musical talent with karaoke nights and various workshops.
With a packed year-round musical schedule, your list of things to do in the Olympic Peninsula just got a little longer.
6780 E State Route 106, Union, WA 98592 | (360) 898-4400
Robin Hood Restaurant is located on-site at our village. This historic restaurant and pub is a great atmosphere for dinner and drinks. Open Mic is every Wednesday at 8pm and the Acoustic Stage every Saturday at 8:30pm with talented bands and musicians from the regional area.
Dining Room Hours: Fri-Sat 4pm-9pm; Pub Hours Wed-Sun 4pm-closing
10 E Alderbrook Drive, Union, WA 98592 | (360) 898-2200
Live Music every Friday (and some Saturdays) & Happy Hour in the lounge from 9pm-midnight.
91 Washington State Route 108, Shelton, WA 98584 | (800) 667-7711
Live Performers on Fridays and Saturdays from 9pm-1:30am in both Starlight Lounge and Skookum Spirit Cigar & Wine Lounge. There is NEVER a cover charge for our weekly line up.
3737 North Shelton Springs Rd, Shelton, WA 98584 | (360) 898-4581
The Bluegrass From the Forest festival offers a host of fun activities, including: four main multiple-band shows, master workshops, a band scramble showcase (anyone can participate!), a banjo contest, Chick Rose’s Youth School of Bluegrass, "mandolin tasting", and much more! Join us this year May 19 - 21.
Shelton, WA 98584 | (360) 898-5000
Please join Anna’s Bay Chorale this season! Including your favorite movie sing-alongs and much more.
3737 North Shelton Springs Road, Shelton, WA 98584 | (360) 426-1842
The Mason County Concert Association (MCCCA) has been in Shelton since 1949. It is part of the national community concert organization which was established in 1926 to bring first class music and entertainment to small towns. Concerts feature all kinds of music including classical, folk and popular music. They also have selections featuring dance, theatre, musicals, acrobats and others.
A weekend warrior is a 21st century beast whose population seems to be exponentially growing. As the “rolley chair blues” epidemic proliferates across the Pacific Northwest, so does the drive to combat it with an epic 48-hour adventure.
As jewelers and holiday cards holler at us to pack Mom’s day full of pink ribbons, glimmering gifts, and bouquets full of flowers, we find ourselves wondering what the lady of the day really wants.
We sent three best friends out to the wild side of Washington to taste their way through Hood Canal and document it all the way. The result: a weekend to remember.
If there’s someone who lives his dream, it’s Andrew Kearns. Though he calls Washington State his home, his images and videos reflect a life that’s lived in the pursuit of his passion.
A grill? A big screen television? A round at the local golf course? We’re over here scratching our heads over what the man of the hour really wants for his big day.
Life isn’t about finding yourself; it’s about creating yourself. Take a peek into our world on the wild side of Washington with our brand new video.
In addition to being one of the most beautiful natural gems of the Pacific Northwest, the Olympic Peninsula can easily become the picturesque destination wedding in your backyard, and Hood Canal Events can make it happen for you.
Find yourself in the right place at the right time in The Olympic Peninsula on Saturday, August 8, 2015, and you could have a front row seat to one of the grittiest, most challenging trail races in the Northwest. Find yourself in the right mindset, and you could be running it.