From Blues to Bluegrass to Indie Rock, Sirens music scene is vast as we strive to get new undiscovered groups as well as some of our favorites in on weekend nights.
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Blu Meadows




Reuben’s Brews


Raygun Carver



Sky Colony


Shivering Denizens


The Ginger-Ups


Events at Sirens

It's Winter! and Sirens is still the place to be.
Check out our Drink Specials here.

Tuesdays - FIDDLER JAM SESSION in Siren's Pool Room, *players by invitation only, but feel free to sit back and listen to some amazing pickin! 7pm -No Cover!
Wednesdays - SIRENS OPEN MIC - experience local culture! Feel free to perform or enjoy! 9pm - No Cover!
Thursdays - KARAOKE - featuring Louis World! You know you want to 9pm -No Cover!
Locals Happy Hour is Back!
NO COVER DJ DANCE MUSIC EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY at MIDNIGHT!!! (Directly following Sirens always exciting LIVE music performances, don’t worry, we’re still doing live music!) Dance night away at Sirens every weekend!!!!
Tuesday, February 9th ~ Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras Celebration

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Friday, February 12 ~ Blu Meadows
9pm $5
The music of BluMeadows has been described as a mix of various styles, Afro-Cuban, funk, hip-hop, reggae, rock calypso and everything in between. BluMeadows says his music is best described as “consciousness” rock with a universal message.
Saturday, February 13th ~ Dream City
9pm $5
Blues, Jazz, Reggae, Rock from Port Townsend.
Friday, February 19th AND Saturday, February 20th ~ Satisfi
9pm $5
Satisfi is an original reggae rock band based in Portland, Oregon, that blends the rock-solid, dance-floor-ready grooves of guitarist Ryan Brooks, drummer Benji Hespen, and bassist Chris Reilly with the soaring vocals and conscientious but catchy lyrics of singer and primary songwriter Alan Baker. 
Click HERE for more information.
Wednesday, Febuary 24th ~ Brewers Dinner with Reuben’s Brews from Seattle, WA
Fun evenings filled with good beer, good food, and good people. $36/person (tax included) includes meal, beer, souvenir glass, and a good time.
Friday, February 26th ~ Raygun Carver
9pm $5
RAYGUN CARVER was started by songwriter Michael Soiseth in early 2014. After taking a 7 year hiatus from music Michael picked up a guitar and began writing new music, performing at local coffee houses under a variety of names (Black Lodge, Phil’s Spector). He began working with the musicians who would become the Raygun Carver Band (a nod to the great late local writer Raymond Carver) in late 2015 when he was approached by bass player Karl Fickas. Karl had heard Michael’s music years previous and wanted to meet him, only to be told that he had quit playing music to pursue his interest in the sport of freediving and spearfishing. Upon learning that Michael had once again taken up the muse, Karl approached Michael and the two found they shared a passion for the art of songwriting.
Click HERE for more information.

Saturday, February 27th ~ Sky Colony
9pm $5
Hailing from southern Skagit Valley, WA, The Sky Colony is a collective of country kids who blend intricate guitar styles and vocal harmonies to create original and beautiful songs with lyrics that invoke an unconventional dreamscape within the folk genre. Their style and songwriting has been compared to the likes of Neil Young, Fleet Foxes and Iron & Wine, but continues to progress outward from their influences, branching into a new and unique sound with tenacity and heart. They are currently playing shows in and around the Pacific Northwest and preparing material for their first full-length album, to be released independently in 2015.

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Friday, March 4th ~ Shivering Denizens
9pm $5
The Shivering Denizens belong in Austin, TX circa 1973. They have that high energy, up-tempo feel that is full tilt honky tonk with a pinch of western-inspired swing. Think of Commander Cody with a modern day hellbilly upgrade. Sure there’s a lot of new bands popping up who want to be “real” country, but not all of them have a unique sound, and then can back it up with solid lyrics and top-notch musicianship. When you listen to the Denizens, it makes you want to say out loud, “See THIS is what I mean when I say REAL country.”
Click HERE for more information.
Saturday, March 5th ~ The Ginger-Ups
9pm $5
The new original music of long-time partners and co-songwriters Jennifer Spector & Dave Tieman draws inspiration from their favorites... 50's jazz, 60's cocktail culture, 70's classic tunesmiths, 80's pop and 90's modern folk. They are crafting songs that are both fresh & timeless featuring David's exceptional musicianship on electric guitar/bass, Jennifer's acoustic guitar, her emotive & beautifully unique vocals and their distinctive harmonies together.

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Thursday, March 17th ~ St. Paddies Day Celebration
Thursday, March 31st ~ Last day for Locals Winter Happy Hour
Friday, April 1st ~ Late Night Happy returns to Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights 10pm-midnight
Thursday, May 5th ~ Cinco de Mayo
Thursday, May 5th ~ Sirens Seafood Bar Opens for the Season
Wednesday, May 25th- Brewers Dinner-TBA
Wednesday, September 28th- Brewers Dinner-TBA
Thursday, September 29-32- Oktoberfest Weekend
October 2nd- Seafood Bar Closes for the Season, Local’s Winter Happy Hour returns
Wednesday, December 21- Brewers Dinner-TBA