July 4 is a Big Day for Fiddle Tunes in Port Townsend

Fireworks and The Festival of American Fiddle Tunes are traditions in Port Townsend during the summer. At Centrum, we do our best to make sure that the fireworks last all day.

For our July 4 shows at Fiddle Tunes in 2010, we are pulling out all of the stops. We have an afternoon show at 1:30pm featuring more than a dozen of the most accomplished and outstanding musicians from around the world. In the evening at 7:30pm, the fireworks begin in earnest onstage before we send you to the bluffs at Fort Worden to watch the real thing.

The concerts are a highlight of summer in Port Townsend, and we have great seats available. Tickets for our July 4 shows are available online,
or by calling 800-746-1982.

Sunday, July 4
– A Port Townsend Independence Day Tradition

Fiddlin’ – Old
World, New World

McCurdy Pavilion | 1:30 pm |

  • Olof
    Söderbäck and Peter Michaelson:
    Swedish Fiddling
  • Paul
    Anastasio and Juan Barco:
    A Musical Tour of Mexico
  • Peter
    Arsenault and Jacques Arsenault: Traditional Music of
    Prince Edward
  • Joseba
    Tapia, Arkaitz Miner, and Javier Berasaluce:
    Basque Dance Music

  • Laurie
    Lewis and Tom Rozum: Bluegrass
  • David
    Kaynor and Betsy Branch:
    New England Dance Music
  • Mike
    Joseph Decosimo: Old Time
  • Kevin Healy
    and Keith Holter:
    Western Swing

Sunday, July 4
– Fireworks!

Fiddle Grand

McCurdy Pavilion | 7 pm |

  • John Carty:
    One of Ireland's Finest Traditional Musicians
  • Genticorum:
    Canada's Young
    Quebecois Powerhouse Trio
  • James
    Cheechoo and family: Music of the
    Moose Cree First Nation
  • Dirk Powell
    and Friends: Fiddle Tunes Artistic Director and Multi-instrument
  • Fireworks
    Follow on the Bluffs of Fort Worden