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Apple Blossom event schedule

Hadassah Lurbur, Staff Reporter

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On The Stage:

  • Opening Ceremonies:   Thursday April 27th: Beginning at 6:00 pm at the Gesa Credit Union Stage in Memorial Park, the opening ceremonies include live music and an exciting karaoke competition.
  • Friday April 28th: An Daire Wenatchee Traditional Irish Step Dancers will be preforming at 12:00pm.  Youth of all ages will be performing traditional Irish step dances to traditional Irish. Don’t this great cultural experience!
  • Saturday April 29th: The Kevin Jones band will be performing at 4:00pm. Kevin Jones is a solo artist from seattle who will be performing original, cover, rock, and blues music.
  • Sunday April 30th. L Bow The Clown will be performing at 11:30am. Get ready for some laugh out loud entertainment that will remind you of your great childhood days.
  • Monday May 1st: Come witness wenatchee’s great young musical talent at 12:00 and 12:30 as the Foothills and Orchard Middle School bands perform. These young musicians will surely inspire you to pick up that old clarinet as you see what wenatchee’s great middle schoolers can do!
  • Tuesday May 2nd: At 6:30 pm come and see Mariachi Huenachi and see some of the great talent present here in the high school.  
  • Wednesday May 3rd: Come see Wenatchee’s own Eden Moody at 4:00pm as she performs some great country/pop music.
  • Thursday May 4th: Bakin’ Phat at 8:00pm. Bakin’ Phat is a four man high energy original blues band who are sure to rock the night away.
  • Friday May 5th: The Hoyer Brothers will be filling Memorial Park with some great music at 6:00pm. Don’t miss their music, which includes groovy, funky, rock and blues.
  • Saturday May 6th: Don’t miss Junk Belly’s soulful funky pop rockin’ blues at 4:30pm.
  • Sunday May 7th: Come and see Next Step Dance Studio perform at 3:15pm. Be prepared to be wowed by some great young dancers.
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