2 more Everett shows before Hometown Hootenanny moves to Monroe

Five years of hootenannies at the Historic Everett Theatre are coming to an end this spring.

The final two presentations of the Hometown Hootenanny in Everett are set for May 10 and June 14.

The theme for the May 10 show is “Lost ’80s.”

It features music by Ronnie Milsap, Ricky Skaggs, John Conlee and Highway 101, as well as long-lost tunes by the Forrester Sisters, Eddie Rabbitt and Alabama.

Performing will be the Hometown Band with guest singer Bev Cloer (the artist formerly known as Traffic Goddess Flo from KMPS), the Southern Comfort band and Pickled Okra, a bluegrass, folk and Americana band.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30. The Historic Everett Theatre is located at 2911 Colby Ave., Everett. Free parking is available at the EverPark Garage, at the corner of Hoyt and Hewitt, just a block away.

Tickets are $17 for adults, $14 for seniors/students/military and only $5 for kids 12 and younger. Buy tickets online at brownpapertickets.com or by calling the Everett Theatre at 425-258-6766.

The Hootenanny will continue in the fall, with shows scheduled at the Wagner Performing Arts Center in Monroe.

The Hometown Hootenanny is a family-friendly show produced by the Marysville-based, non-profit arts education organization Red Curtain Productions and Foundation for the Arts.

For more information, go to www.redcurtainfoundation.org.

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