LavenderStock will be performed on the beautiful, state of the art outdoor performance stage built by the Sequim City Band.

The stage is located at the James Center for the Performing Arts (Reuse Demonstration Site, 350 North Blake Avenue); right in the heart of the Sequim Lavender Festival in the Park!  Please join us for some great music all weekend!!



11:00 – 11:15  Opening Ceremonies with Dr. Mac

The traditional sound of bagpipes ushers in the 23rd annual Sequim Lavender Festival


11:30 – 12:30  FarmStrong

Popular folk, bluegrass, blues, Americana, with a touch of   Appalachia, FarmStrong features seasoned, classy, and talented multi-instrumentalists and some of the best vocal harmonies west of the Mississippi. A Sequim treasure!  http://www.farmstrongmusic.com  


12:45 – 1:45  The Winterlings

The Winterlings Duo of Wolff and Amanda perform original alternative folk, incorporating the rich sounds of acoustic and electric guitar, banjo, violin, harmonica and vocal harmonies.  www.winterlings.com


2:00 – 3:00  The Free Rangers  

Kevin Magner and Scott Bradley play original tunes with an eclectic array of soulful American roots music with influences of rhythm and blues, folk, and rock.








3:15 – 4:15  Deseo Carmin

Deseo Carmin performs a fiery fusion of traditional and modern Latin favorites, along with jazz/funk, spicy Flamenca, Cuban salsa, Bossa Nova, and Reggae www.facebook.com/deseocarminband



5:00 – 7:00    Olympic Express Big Band: Dinner Dance 

This 17-piece ensemble makes a big sound meant for Dancing! Enjoy the lively tunes and dance along with classic and popular hits, Big Band Swing, Standards, Dixieland, Rock & Roll, Jazz, Motown, Boogie Woogie, and more. Dance til you drop!   www.olympicexpressbigband.biz








11:00 – 11:30  Mamma Mia! Song & Dance

The Cast from Ghostlight Productions will perform songs and dances from their upcoming Musical, Mamma Mia!


11:45 – 12:45  Kalan Wolfe & Friends

Talented and charismatic songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Kalen Wolfe performs original folk and rock with a Reggae backbone. Wolfe appeared in American Idol earlier this year.  www.deadwoodrevival.com


12:15 – 1:15   Stringology

Acoustic jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt and Hot Swing, playing some old standards of the 30s and 40s along with some Bossa, Latin and more.  www.facebook.com/stringologymusic


1:00 – 2:00   Joy in Mudville

This popular Port Angeles high-energy band combines influences from old time, blues, folk, rock, country, blues and funk.  Great music, great vibes, great dancing! www.deadwoodrevival.com


2:15 – 3:15   Stringology

Acoustic jazz in the style of Django Reinhardt and Hot Swing, Stringology performs some old standards of the 30s and 40s with a dash of Bassa, Latin and more.




3:45 – 4:45  Twisted Roots

Twisted Roots plays old and new tunes, “twisting it up” with a variety of unusual instrumentation and a mix of traditional bluegrass, western swing, along with a popular Beatles tune or two.






5:00 – 6:30   Gus Clark & the Least of His Problems

A staple of the Seattle music scene with his remarkable tenor voice, this powerful multi-instrumentalist and his band perform songs from the deep well of golden era American musical traditions ranging from pre WW11 Blues to 1960 Nashville Honky Tonk, delivering classic barn-burners, bittersweet ballads, and good-time dance tunes.   www.gusclarkmusic.com




7:00 – 9:00  Free Dance in the Park with Black Diamond Junction

Voted best Band of 2016 by Peninsula Daily News, Black Diamond Junction brings high energy musicianship, tremendous lead vocals and an exciting list of unforgettable classic hits for your dancing and listening enjoyment!   www.blackdiamondjunction.com









11:00 -12:00   Jaspar Lepak Duo

Folk songstress Jaspar Lepak’s crystalline voice and lyrical phrasing are reminiscent of classic female vocalists Joni Mitchell and Emmy Lou Harris.  A perfect start to a Sunday morning.   www.jasparlepak.com


12:15 -1:15  Sequimarimba

Nothing says summer fun more than the vibrant, uplifting and rhythmic music performed with zest by Sequimarimba.


1:30  -2:30 High Divide

Hailing from Sequim, this now popular Seattle band draws inspiration from traditional folk and bluegrass and mixes in a bit country and rock.  www.highdividemusic.com








2:45-3:45    The WhatEverly Brothers

Appealing performers and multi-instrumentalists, the WhatEverly Brothers, have delighted audiences with their varying repertoire, shimmering harmonies, super arrangements, and off beat humor.    www.whateverlybrothers.com




4:00-5:00  Bread & Gravy

Anchored by Stephanie Doenges lead vocals and Jess Doenges, piano and harmonica, Bread & Gravy is a versatile, high energy band that seamlessly weaves its way between genres, styles and tempos and has a lot of fun along the way.  www.breadandgravymusic.com