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Tim Noah Thumbnail Theater

Open Mic Lives in Snohomish (music, poetry)
Every Friday at 7:30pm
1211 4th St.
Snohomish, WA
phone:360-568-9412
venue:thumbnailtheater.com
event:myspace.com/openmiclivesinsnohomish

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  • Submitted by Volkert
  • Last updated: July 9, 2014

Upcoming Dates

  • Friday, Dec 09
  • Friday, Dec 16
  • Friday, Dec 23
  • Friday, Dec 30
  • Friday, Jan 06




i'm coming friday with a friend, hopefully by then i'll strike up the nerves to perform some poetry !!!
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malcolm (7/2014)
This is a great Open Mic. Two songs or 8 minutes. Musicians sign up before 7:15 and the lottery draw chooses your slot for the evening. Lots of local talent and many traveling artists enjoy this venue. Musicians, story tellers, poets, young and old, all are welcomed.
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Cyndi (11/2013)
Wahoo! What a fun and fabulous all ages, all welcome open mike. This is a unique opportunity to not only play a couple of songs in a real "theater" space---with great sound, real lights, a cool audience and a fascinating venue BUT the experience is interesting from start to finish. The Tin Noah Thumbnail Theater is in a converted church --- there's a "green room" type space with musician friends, young and old rehearsing and chatting about music and life, coffee, tons of interesting stuff to check out in the lobby and then the magic begins. I've done this open mike twice and it's like no other. Tim Noah and his bevy of community musician friends and volunteers are a blast and go with the flow. Yes, grand piano on stage---two songs makes it worth the drive from Seattle and the $3 at the door supports the theater so… well worth it. The TNTT could easily book out the theater on friday nights for touring acts---as there are national touring acts who play here---but instead the 501 (c)3 has chosen to invite the community in to come together and share----yay!
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 katy Keenan (4/2012)
? Is there a piano/keyboard available? 1,2 or… ? Songs customary Miss Elaineous
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Elaine (3/2012)
Yes, there is a piano on stage. It gets used quite often. Usually there's only time for two songs. On the rare slow night, they will go all the way through the list, and if there's time, they'll allow one more. That hasn't happened for a while.
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Anonymous (3/2012)
There is no regular host/emcee for this open mic anymore. But going strong!
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 Drew Ferraro (6/2011)

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