Live Music: Friday and Saturday nights at 6pm in the Foggy Goggle Lounge.

Check out our winter music concert series on Friday and Saturday nights in the Foggy Goggle! Enjoy some excellent night skiing on the mountain and drop in to the lounge to warm up, grab a tasty drink, and enjoy a wide variety of live performances. Friday night sets are mostly acoustic and are all ages. On Saturday things can get a little more rowdy and are for ages 21+. All shows are free of charge!

Here's the lineup so far:

Saturday, January 6: The Warren G. Hardings
Seattle string-band The Warren G. Hardings feature original songs and old standards rooted in America's roots, folk and bluegrass heritage and will keep your feet stompin' all night long.

Friday, January 12: Maggie Smelser
East side local Maggie Smelser is sure to make your Friday night even more pleasant with her acoustic guitar and singing prowess.

Saturday, January 13: Gypsy Wolf
Vashon Island's Gypsy Wolf blends rock, funk, reggae, folk and psychedelic jams together for a unique, upbeat musical adventure.

Friday, January 19: TBD

Saturday, January 20: Buzz Brump
Buzz Brump returns to Stevens Pass for Hope on the Slopes. Get ready to spend your evening gettin' down on the dance floor to their funky grooves.

Friday, January 26: Eden Moody
Born in Argentina, raised in Brazil and currently living in Wenatchee, Eden's blend of Americana-influenced music has been called "gypsy country". Her latest album, This is Me, was recorded in Nashville.

Saturday, January 27: Cascade Crescendo
Portland, Oregon's Cascade Crescendo plays high-energy bluegrass, jamgrass and Americana music that's been taking the Pacific Northwest folk music scene by storm.

Friday, February 2: Eric Lambert
Chicago's Eric Lambert returns to Stevens Pass to deliver his original blend of feel-good Americana infused with bluegrass, blues, roots, rock and soul.

Saturday, February 3: Northshore Band
The Northshore Band, hailing from Tacoma, return to the Foggy Goggle with their unique fusion of jazz, funk, rock, reggae and blues sure to fill the dance floor.

Friday, February 9: TBD

Saturday, Febraury 10: TBD

Friday, February 16: The Insinuators
Based out of Seattle, The Insinuators are an improvisational, progressive rock trio who recently branched out with an acoustic album, transforming some of their original tunes into acoustic gems.

Saturday, February 17: Roeman and the Whereabouts
A retro soul band hailing from Seattle, specializing in playing tributes from some of soul, Motown and R&B's greats such as Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Al Green and more. Sure to get you dancing!

Friday, February 23: TBD

Saturday, February 24: Crushwater
Featuring Port Angeles' Scott Sullivan, Crushwater will keep you dancing with their high-energy folk-inspired rock 'n roll, complete with fiddle!

Friday, March 2: Vince & Markus from The Hoyer Brothers
Local favorites Vince and Markus will share their musical prowess with our Friday night guests.

Saturday, March 3: Spare Rib & the Bluegrass Sauce
Spend Valentine's weekend with Stevens Pass favorites Spare Rib & the Bluegrass Sauce. Playing a mixture of classic rock, traditional and old timey tunes that merge bluegrass with jams, get ready to spend your evening hootin', hollerin' and stompin' along.

Saturday, March 20: The Staxx Brothers
Playing high-energy rock n roll that channels the soul of Motown, Seattle's The Staxx Brothers will keep your hips shaking all night.


See you in the Goggle!

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