Simon Lynge to perform at KSER benefit this Friday

This Friday, May 11, there is a show in Everett that you should go to for two reasons. The first reason is that it’s a benefit show to support our local public radio station 90.7 KSER. The second reason is because Simon Lynge is playing the benefit.

Simon is half Greenlandic and half Danish, and is currently living in Port Townsend with his wife Janna Marit (who will be opening the show for Simon) and their son. Simon is very talented and a chance to see him perform paired with supporting public radio is a huge win-win.

The show will be at the historic Hartley Mansion on Rucker at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and you had better hurry to get yours because the benefit show KSER held at the Hartley Mansion last year sold out.

Below you can see Simon performing live on Danish television. For more ticket info, click here.

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