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JamFest

July 21, 2016

Reserve tickets with Visitor Services at 206.623.5124. 

 Prices: General: $8
  Students: $6
  Seniors: $6
  Museum Member: $5
  Season passes available

Featured Performers

                                               
DJ Kitman of Integral DJs
DJ Kitman spins old school jams in the Wing Luke Museum welcome hall and historic 1910 Canton Alley

Wing Luke Museum
4:00 - 9:00pm 

The Shanghai Pearl
Tantalizing Temptress from Taipei and renowned burlesque dancer dazzles with her exciting performance of bawdy humor and high glamour. 
Wing Luke Museum: Cabaret 
6:30 - 7:00pm  
 



Grant Avenue Follies 
These lovely senior ladies bring to life the legacy of San Francisco Chinatown's unique nightclub culture of the past, and pays tribute to the pioneering artists of the time.

Wing Luke Museum: Cabaret 
6:30 - 7:00pm 

Bleachbear
Bleachbear is an all-girl teenage rock band from Seattle comprised of songwriter Tigerlily Cooley (vocals, guitar), her sister Annabella Bird Cooley (drums), and their cousin Emiko Nakagawa Gantt (bass, keyboards). Together they perform indie music with an evokotive voice, wisful vibe, and sweet harmonies.

Phnom Penh
7:00 & 8:15pm 

Laura Rosok
A Seattle, Washington native and Jazz vocalist, Laura thrives in sharing her passion and love of jazz music and history. 

Four Seas Restaraunt
7:00 & 8:15pm 

Siahna
Sweet and powerful young singer who thrilled the nation on the 2015 season of The Voice joins JamFest with her acoustic jazz performance.

World Pizza
7:00 & 8:15pm 

Food & Drink Specials

           
Wing Luke Museum
719 South King Street
Shanghai Pearl Happy Hour drinks
Four Seas Restaurant
714 S King St
$5 JamFest drink special
After Hours Karaoke

     
Phnom Penh Noodle House
660 South King Street
$13 2 Beers & Wings Combo
World Pizza
672 South King Street
Happy Hour all night
 




 

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