Christa and Richard Porter, of The Porters, are scheduled to perform at Cafe Zippy in Everett on Sept. 17. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

Christa and Richard Porter, of The Porters, are scheduled to perform at Cafe Zippy in Everett on Sept. 17. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

Where to hear live music in Snohomish County nightclubs

The listings include Engel’s Pub, Mirkwood Public House and Port Gardner Bay Winery shows.

The Anchor Pub: 1001 Hewitt Ave., Everett; 425-374-2580; www.anchorpub.com. Thursday open mic. Rafael Tranquilino Band, Sept. 18. Javatown Swing Orchestra, Sept. 18.

Cafe Zippy: 1502 Rucker Ave., Everett; 425-303-0474; www.cafezippy.com. The Porters, Sept. 17. Laura Gardner, Sept. 18.

Collectors Choice: 215 Cypress Ave., Snohomish; 360-568-1277; www.ccrsnohomish.com. The Shortcutz, Sept. 17. C.D. Woodbury Trio, Sept. 18.

Doc’s Riverside Taphouse: 1423 S. Machias Road, Snohomish; 425-374-7572. Lori Hardman Band, Sept. 17. The Pilchuck Boyz, Sept. 18.

Dreadnought Brewing: 16726 146th St. SE, Suite 153, Monroe; 360-863-2479; www.dreadnoughtbrewing.com. Friday open mic.

Engel’s Pub: 113 Fifth Ave. S., Edmonds; 425-778-2900; www.engelsbar.com. Engel’s Pub Fundraiser, Sept. 19.

Grape & Grain: 6502 Evergreen Way Suite A, Everett; 425-374-2719. Joe Pennell, Sept. 16. Zach Michaud, Sept. 17.

Haven Showbar & Lounge: 16300 Mill Creek Blvd., Mill Creek; 425-737-1566. Harmonious Funk, Sept. 11.

Lazy Boy Brewing: 715 100th St SE, Everett; 425-423-7700. Siggie the Vintage Man, Sept. 17.

Loco Billy’s Wild Moon Saloon: 27021 102nd Ave. NW, Stanwood; 360-629-6500; www.locobillys.com. Thursday jam and open mic.

Looking Glass Coffee: 801 First St., Suite 201, Snohomish; 360-863-3557; www.lookingglasscoffee.com. Cory Vincent, Sept. 17. Larry and Diane, Sept. 18. All the Wrong Notes Jazz Duo, Sept. 18.

Madison Avenue Pub: 905 Madison St., Everett; 425-348-7402. Mad Bojo, Sept. 20.

McMenamins Anderson School: 18607 Bothell Way NE, Bothell; 425-398-0122; www.mcmenamins.com/anderson-school. Michael Good, Sept. 17.

Mirkwood Public House: 117 E. Division St., Arlington; 360-403-9020. Open mic Wednesday. Sunday night jam. Marshall Law Band and Perfect By Tomorrow, Sept. 18.

Oxford Saloon: 913 First St., Snohomish; 360-243-3060; www.oxfordsaloonsnohomish.com. Acoustic open mic Tuesday with Jerry Battista. Thursday jam hosted by Cuzins Of It. The Billy Appleton Band, Sept. 17. The Everyleaf Band, Sept. 18.

Peabo’s Sports Bar & Grill: 1700 132nd St. SE, Mill Creek; 425-337-3007; www.peabossportsbarandgrill.com. Sunday music review.

Port Gardner Bay Winery: 3006 Rucker Ave., Everett; 425-339-0293; portgardnerbaywinery.com. Open mic Thursday. Deano’s Motel, Sept. 17. Unique N Tyme, Sept. 18.

Pub 282: 370 NE Camano Drive, Camano Island; www.pub282.com. Jimmy Wright Band, Sept. 18.

Quil Ceda Creek Casino: 6410 33rd Ave. NE, Tulalip; 888-272-1111; www.qcccasino.com. Cowboy Boogie Band, Sept. 16. Petty Fever, Sept. 17. Time Machine Radio, Sept. 18.

SnoTown Brewery: 511 Second St., Snohomish; 425-231-8113. Open mic Thursdays.

Soundbite Cider: 909 SE Everett Mall Way, Unit A175, Everett; 425-610-8389; www.soundbitecider.com. Wednesday open mic hosted by Sean Keck. Joshua Red Uttech, Sept. 17.

Steins Taphouse: 20308 77th Ave NE, Suite B, Arlington; 360-454-0671; www.32beersontap.com. Rhonda Funk, Sept. 17. Brotasaurus, Sept. 18.

Tapped Camano: 848 N. Sunrise Blvd., Camano; 360-572-4986; www.tappedcamano.com. Ford Giesbrecht, Sept. 17.

Tony V’s Garage: 1716 Hewitt Ave., Everett; 425-374-3567. Open mic Wednesday.

Tulalip Resort Casino: 10200 Quil Ceda Blvd., Tulalip, 360-716-6000; www.tulalipresortcasino.com.

Vessel Taphouse: 15615 Pacific Hwy., Lynnwood; 206-629-5024. 80 Proof Logic, Rending Sinew, The Lesser Disciples, Beast Lightning and Squirrel Hands, Sept. 17. The Peregrine Dives, The Fuss and Kitty Junk, Sept. 18.

Village Taphouse & Grill: 1204 Third St., Marysville; 360-659-2305; www.villagetaphousegrill.com. Jam night Monday.

Email information for this calendar with the subject “Nightclubs” to features@heraldnet.com.

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