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The Lincoln Theatre and the Rick Epting Foundation for the Arts presents
on Sunday, July 3rd at 7:30pm
The award-winning, hard-touring, guitar slinger blends smoking electric funk and slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals and a tight blues groove with soulful, feminine vocals. Add to the mix her incredible stage presence, all of which makes her an irresistible force in the world of contemporary blues music.
As the only female guitar-player Ana was added to the 2014 -'16 all star Experience Hendrix lineup; a nationwide tour celebrating the music and legacy of Jimi Hendrix w/ Buddy Guy, Eric Johnson, Zakk Wylde, Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and many more world renown artists. She’s nominated for five Blues Music Awards, appeared on the cover of Vintage Guitar and Guitar Player magazine. Her albums 'Can You Stand The Heat' and ‘Unconditional' where Pick-Of-The-Week by USA Today and featured on NPR Music. Nearly all of Ana's albums made it the Top 5 of the Billboard Blues Charts and are being played regularly on US radio.
Ana Popovic was born in Belgrade, Serbia (formerly Yugoslavia) and grew up in a warm family where music was very important. All throughout her youth, her father would invite friends over for nightly jam sessions. In this atmosphere, she quickly learned her father’s impressive blues and soul record collection, grabbed his guitar and started playing at the age of fifteen. Since then, Ana has developed into an phenomenal guitarist/vocalist with a growing legion of fans throughout the world.
Ana and her powerful band are tirelessly touring, playing major blues, jazz and rock festivals. She is endorsed by Fender, Ovation and DR strings. Ana has shared headlining stages with B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Joe Bonamassa, Gary Clark Jr., Jonny Lang and many others. When not on tour, she resides in Memphis, TN.
The concert will be opened by The Naughty Blokes.
Advance reserved seating tickets: $35 1st section; $30 2nd section; $25 3rd section; $15 4th section + applicable fees. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 29th to Lincoln Theatre and REFA members. Tickets go on sale to the general public on May 6th.
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The Historic Lincoln Theatre presents
with Special Guest
on Sunday, July 24th at 7:30pm
Albert Lee is “the guitar player’s guitar player,” universally recognized in music circles as one of the world’s finest, as well as one of the top rockabilly guitarists in history. Albert has not only worked with some of the biggest names in music, like Eric Clapton, Emmylou Harris and the Everly Brothers, but has also maintained a solo career of his own.
In his fifth decade as a professional musician, Lee is part of a rarefied fraternity as a virtuoso's virtuoso, respected on three continents and pretty much living out a professional life that most of his colleagues, when he started out, could only dream of.
"One of the finest guitar players who ever walked this earth…” - Vince Gill
Born in New England and raised in North Carolina, Kate Taylor shares her dual musical heritage with brothers James, Livingston, Hugh, and her late brother Alex. Her roots run deep in the soul, gospel and rockabilly sounds of her southern upbringing and in the literate folk, pop and Appalachian stylings that comprise the balance of her family's shared musical legacy.
In a recent show review, The Huffington Post said, "Her heart ignites a sea of beauty expressed in a myriad of harmony, rhythm and passion. Musically, she is seamless. She effortlessly and brilliantly flies through a wide swath of styles, from blues to country to ballad to gospel and beyond."
Advance Reserved Seating Tickets: $35 1st section; $30 2nd section; $25 3rd section; $20 4th section + applicable fees. Lincoln Theatre Members receive a $2 discount.
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The New Old Time Chautauqua
Saturday, July 30th at 7:00pm
The New Old Time Chautauqua is one of our favorite returning shows, and this time America’s only traveling circuit Chautauqua, is joining forces with Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission for a 2016 summer tour of seven state parks and nearby communities.
Chautauquas were based on the idea that learning continued throughout life. The Chautauqua Movement began in 1874, bringing a mix of education and entertainment to communities throughout the nation. When a Chautauqua came to town, all normal activity stopped as citizens dedicated a week of their lives to learn, be entertained and join with their community.
Each Chautauqua takes place over several days, with events occurring one day in the nearby town and another day in the state park. Each Chautauqua includes entertaining and educational workshops in parks and towns, a community potluck in each state park, live music, speakers and a grand parade—community participation encouraged—through the town. Each Chautauqua comes to a close with a family-friendly finale featuring Broadway stars, a big band, aerialists, comedians, jugglers and more.
The 2016 New Old Time Chautauqua-Washington State Parks Tour schedule:
July 14 – 16
Fields Spring State Park, Anatone Lapwai, ID (near Lewiston)
July 18 - 19
Lewis & Clark Trail State Park Dayton
July 22 - 23
Fort Simcoe State Park, White Swan Toppenish
July 25 - 26
Bogachiel State Park Forks
July 29 - 30
Larrabee State Park, Bellingham Mount Vernon at the Lincoln
Local schedule so far:
July 29: Potluck and workshops at Larrabee State Park
July 30 Workshops, Parade, Community Project, Performance at the Lincoln
Aug. 1 - 2
Conconully State Park, Conconully Tonasket
Aug. 5 - 6
Curlew Lake State Park Republic
Advance Tickets: $20 for Adults, $15 for Seniors and Sudents, $10 for children 12 and under, and FREE for kids under 5 with accompanying Adult (limit-two free tickets per household). Lincoln Theatre Members receive $2.00 off.
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Skagit Theater Camp 2016
SKAGIT THEATER CAMP 2016
50% SOLD OUT – SIGN UP NOW!
Skagit Theater Camp is a rare and fun opportunity to affirm your child’s imagination while also boosting his/her self-confidence and communication skills via theater arts. Through collaboration and performance, STC’s experienced theater professionals will inspire students to discover their creative potential by creating their own original short play that includes dance & singing – And performing it onstage at the Historic Lincoln Theatre!
During each weeklong session, student groups will study a broad range of stagecraft including acting, singing, dancing, costume, sets, props, lighting and sound.
Skagit Theater Camp is lead by experienced theater professionals who love what they do. For the first time ever, STC is being lead by both Theater Arts Guild (aka TAG— the organization that brought you MARY POPPINS!!) & Multicultural Educational Theatre Arts (aka META Performing Arts- the organization that brought you CATS!!) .
Monday, Aug 1 thru Friday, Aug 5, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday, Aug 6, 2:00 pm – Matinee Performance
Monday, Aug 8 thru Friday, Aug 12, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday, Aug 13, 2:00 pm – Matinee Performance
Open to students 7-18 years old.
Cost is $250 per student for each weeklong session. Additional siblings discounted to $200 per week.
Whether your kid’s headed to Broadway or the boardroom, these skills will last a lifetime. Plus, they'll have a ton of fun!!
OVER 50% SOLD OUT! SIGN UP NOW!
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BrewFest on the Skagit
is set for Saturday, August 13th from 4:00 - 9:00pm in downtown Mount Vernon featuring dozens of local craft brews, three Americana Folk Stomp bands, and local food trucks.
The Scarlet Locomotive - 4:00 to 5:00pm
Prozac Mountain Boys - 5:30 to 7:00pm
The Blackberry Bushes- 7:30 to 9:00pm
This event is our most consistent yearly fundraiser, so please bring your friends to soak up the sun and support the Lincoln!
Current list of Brewers (as of June 14th):
192 Brewing Co.
Boundary Bay Brewing Company
North Sound Brewery
7 Seas Brewing
Island Hoppin' Brewery
Birdsview Brewing Company
Sky River Meadery
Lagunitas Brewing Company
Skagit River Brewery
Backwoods Brewing Company
Food Vendors (so far):
Random Acts of Food
Vagabond Trailer Food
Brewfest on the Skagit is a 21 and over event.
We love dogs, but please no pets except for service animals.
And special thanks to our downtown neighbors for their support of this annual community event!
Advanced Tickets are $25 and include 5 tastes. Admission will be $30 day of event. Additional scrip for tastes will be available for $2 each at the fest. A special $15 ticket without scrip is available for 'designated drivers'.
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TAG/META/LINCOLN host the thrid annual
Drive for the Arts
Friday, September 9th 1:00pm shotgun start (everyone starts at same time)
Avalon Golf Links
Cost: $400 per team or $100 per player)
Price includes 18-holes of golf, riding cart, lunch and prizes:
Longest Drive - Closest to the Pin - Low Score Full field is 36 teams of four.
The format is a scramble so each player hits and the team takes the best of the four shots. All players welcome regardless of skill level. After the tournament we were going to hold a live auction with between 6 and 9 auction items.
Are you interested in Sponsoring a Hole?
Hole Sponsorship Cost: $200 (two sponsors per hole)
Sponsors will have a sign placed on the golf course during the tournament and recognition during the banquet. This is a great way to show your support for community theater in Skagit Valley.
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An Intimate Evening with
Wednesday, September 28th 7:30pm
“Bebel Gilberto has taken on traditional bossa nova rhythms and infused it with her trademark alluring vocals to create a hypnotic new sound.” – NPR
“Atmosphere is everything to this music, and it’s an atmosphere that creates a cozy realm between the retro and the fashionable, and between Brazil and international clubland.” – New York Times
World-renowned singer-songwriter Bebel Gilberto, who has earned multiple Grammy nominations over the course of her career, has captivated fans and earned media acclaim worldwide with her trademark electronic bossa nova, taking over clubs around the world and positioning Bebel as one of the top-selling Brazilian artists in the U.S. since the ‘60s. Gilberto’s penchant for sonically transporting listeners to Brazil, with bright, incandescent bossa nova-infused melodies, lyrics about love, and a lilting performance style has earned her raves for her live performances.
Gilberto was born in New York City, New York, to Brazilian parents, bossa nova pioneer João Gilberto and singer Miúcha, who were briefly living in the city at the time of her birth. She often traveled with her father when he recorded albums in different countries; she lived in Mexico at age three and moved to Rio de Janeiro at age five. Her musical education was her childhood in Brazil and has been performing since her youth in Rio de Janeiro. She was surrounded by extended family including her uncle Chico Buarque and family friends like Milton Nacimento, Tom Jobim, Caetano Veloso, and João Donato; she made her first recording at age 7. “I will turn 50 this year, so I’ve been recording and performing music for 47 years!” exclaims Bebel with a laugh.
Bebel’s influences are vast and eclectic. In addition to living and breathing all types of Brazilian musical styles as a child, she was exposed to the greats, from Debussy to Prince; Michel Legrand to Billie Holliday; Bjork to Gershwin. She also has a strong love for North American soul; she discovered Donna Summer, Earth Wind and Fire, and Michael Jackson on the dance floor as a budding teenager. “The whole disco thing plays a big role in my heart,” says Bebel, who still loves to dance.
Several years after Bebel moved to New York City in 1991 her present day sound of electronic meets Brazilian began to crystallize. “Little by little, I learned what I wanted musically,” says Bebel, who gigged all around the city and collaborated with many artists. “I think there I became a New Yorker—with a Brazilian heart of course!
Advance Reserved Seating Tickets, $35 first section; $30 second section; $25 third section; $20 fourth section, go on sale Friday, May 27th to Lincoln Theatre Members and Friday, June 3rd to the general public.
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Saturday, October 1st 7:30pm
The Tannahill Weavers are one of Scotland 's premier traditional bands. Their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, and original ballads and lullabies. Their music demonstrates to old and young alike the rich musical heritage of the Celtic people. These versatile musicians have received worldwide accolades consistently over the years for their exuberant performances and outstanding recording efforts that seemingly can't get better...yet continue to do just that.
The Tannahills have turned their acoustic excitement loose on audiences with an electrifying effect. They have that unique combination of traditional melodies, driving rhythmic accompaniment, and rich vocals that make their performances unforgettable. Over the years the Tannies have been international trailblazers for Scottish music, and their tight harmonies and powerful, inventive arrangements have won them fans from beyond the folk and Celtic music scenes. Inducted into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame in 2011, they are firmly established as one of the premier groups on the concert stage. From reflective ballads to footstomping reels and jigs, the variety and range of the material they perform is matched only by their enthusiasm and lively Celtic spirits.
The Tannahill Weavers are:
ROY GULLANE vocals, guitar
PHIL SMILLE flute, whistles, bodhran, vocals
JOHN MARTIN fiddle, vocals
LORNE MACDOUGALL highland bagpipes, scottish small pipes, whistles
"An especially eloquent mixture of the old and the new." New York Times
"...as close to perfect as it gets in an imperfect world." Sing Out!
Tickets: $25 in advance $30 at-the-door + applicable fees, with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members
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