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Take off and Landings

* Saturday Night Full Moon Fever! * 

May 18. Opening set with WINOT Us?! @7:30pm. 

*$10 cover at the door* 

Get on up with your Big Bad Self ~ *galactic-style* ~ 

with the groove-driven tunes of a 5piece dance band featuring retro faves and original flaves. 

Ignited spunk and mighty funk ! 

Starts at 7:30pm with the delicious duo musical appetizer, WINOT Us?! (featuring Tom Giffin and Piper Reva) for a short indie cerebral serenade opening to heat your seat. 

* The Planets have aligned * 

~ with Neptune's Keegan Harshman on that funky bass, Mike Smith of Mars on his shockin' champagne kit, 

The Dark Star Steve Trembley on that slippery screamin' Strat, Mercury's Eric Vanderbilt-Mathews killin' it cosmic on the sax and keys, and siren sounds of the Sun's Piper Reva ~ 

far out photograph credit Heather Mayhugh

Arrivals & Departures

Taco Tuesday 

Come join us for Taco Tuesday here at Porter's Public House! Get 2 tacos for $5 or 2 tacos and a select Draft beer for $10. Enjoy a game of complimentary pool on the old alki tavern pool table, darts on the back deck, shuffleboard on our 9 foot table or cornhole out on the back deck also. All games are free and waiting to be played!

Wind & Rain to rock our May 4 Grand Opening! 

 

We couldn't think of a better band to celebrate our Grand Opening and Cinco de Mayo event with than the local South Whidbey group Wind & Rain.

This Saturday, Wind & Rain will entertain us with two sets of lively, boisterous and fun alt-country and alt-folk rock covers and originals. 

Come on out and join the music, pool table, darts and more on Saturday, May 4.

Wind & Rain will play from 7:30.

Wind & Rain features:

Keith Boyd, Vocals & Guitar
Russell Sparkman, Bass
Caven Keith, Vocals, Violin & Dobro
Evan Callahan, Vocals, Guitar & Mandolin
Nicole Parnell, Vocals
Bruce Launer, Washboard Percussion
Scott Small, Drums
 

Alki Tavern Pool Table Lands at Porter's Public House 


COMMENT BY JP DOWDELL: This is what she looked like when I got my hands on her a few days ago. She was beat up pretty bad and full of decades of crazy dust and various Tidbits... but I could tell she wanted another chance at glory! And you can't beat that thick, single piece slate that you don't see much anymore. And after all that abuse, amazingly her felt is in good shape.