Must see show in Everett: Lucas Cates Band tonight

For the fourth year in a row The Lucas Cates Band is back in Everett.

They have already played two shows in town in the last two nights. You have one more chance to catch them tonight when they play the Port Gardener waterfront at 6:30.

When they were here last year, I asked TLCB drummer Jesse Warmka why they keep coming back to Everett.

“The people here are great and receive our music really well,” Warmka said.

These guys are a lot of fun live and seeing as how the sun finally decided to come out to play, I can’t think of a reason to miss this show.

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