Mark Hummel’s 32nd Annual Blues Harmonica Blowout is happening at The Season Performance Hall, and we have your tickets!

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Fill Out The Entry Form Below For Your Chance To Win!

This blues extravaganza is returning to The Seasons with a great bunch of Blues Harp Masters and stupendous musicians, making it one amazing jam session of a night!

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Mark Hummel’s 32nd Annual Blues Harmonica Blowout is traveling up and down the West Coast throughout this month. It is making its stop here in Yakima at The Seasons Performance Hall on Saturday, February 10th!

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Spectacular musicians like Kenny Neal, Jason Ricci, Chris Cain, Andrew Alli, Mark Hummel, Bob Welsh, June Core, Randy Bermudes, and the original harmonica player for the band WAR, Lee Oskar!

WAR hit the radio airwaves in 1968 and tore up the charts with hit songs like “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” “The Cisco Kid,” and “Low Rider,” with Lee’s blues and rock harmonica riffs giving the band its trademark sound!

Tickets Are On Sale NOW at TheSeasonsYakima.com!

  • General Admission: $25
  • 2 Person VIP Table: $80
  • 4 Person VIP Table: $160
  • Student Ticket (Valid Student ID Required): $5

Mark Hummel’s 32nd Annual Blues Harmonica Blowout! Saturday, February 10th, doors open at 6:30p, and the show starts at 7:30p! Fill out the entry form below and enter to win a pair of tickets!

Contest ends on Thursday, Febuary 8th at Noon. Winners will be contacted.

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