Bellevue Downtown Association to host 15th Annual Bellevue Jazz & Blues Music Series

The event will be from June 1st to 5th and will feature over 25 artists.

Courtesy of Bellevue Downtown Association

Courtesy of Bellevue Downtown Association

From June 1st to 5th, the Bellevue Downtown Association is bringing together musical talent as part of the 15th annual Bellevue Jazz & Blues Music Series.

Featured artists include Grammy Award-winner Bobby Rush and Australian composer, guitarist and didgeridoo player Blake Noble who will perform ticketed shows at the Meydenbauer Centre Theatre. Other musicians will be showcased at venues across Downtown Bellevue, including 20+ free performances.

Young rising talent will also be featured at the Student Showcase starring local high school jazz combos at Bellevue Arts Museum on June 5.

Mike Ogliore, vice president of events & operations at the Bellevue Downtown Association, said the Bellevue Jazz & Blues Music Series has grown into a renowned platform for all artists, attracting a diverse community audience.

“We’re proud to showcase a range of performances from talented local students to a national Grammy Award winner,” Ogliore said. “It’s an exciting time to continue this great music experience for our community.”

Attendees are encouraged to enjoy dinner and drinks while enjoying live performances at participating venues including Bake’s Place Bar & Bistro, Rouge Cocktail Lounge, El Gaucho, RESONANCE Events, The Bellettini, Bellevue Place, Lincoln Square North and South, Meydenbauer Center Theatre, Bellevue Arts Museum and AC Hotel Seattle Bellevue Downtown.

Bellevue Jazz & Blues Music Series Featured Artists:

Artist: Bobby Rush

Date/Times: Friday, June. 3, 2022

7:30 – 9:00 p.m.

Venue: Meydenbauer Center Theatre

Admission: $25 General, $15 Student

Artist: Blake Noble Band

Date/Times: Saturday, June. 4, 2022

7:30 – 9:00 p.m.

Venue: Meydenbauer Center Theatre

Admission: $20 General, $10 Student

For more event and ticket information, visit

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