Hells Belles Rocks To A Sold Out Crowd At Apex Arts And Culture Center In Downtown Everett Saturday Night

Johnny Carswell and his family have curated a top-notch team to restore the former Historic Knights of Columbus building to its former glory.

The building is undergoing a complete remodel and restoration.

The building at 1611 Everett Avenue is on the Historic Register.

If Saturday night’s first-ever show at Apex Art & Cultural Center is any indication, the future of this historic building in downtown Everett, Washington is looking very bright. We’ve told you about the progress as Johnny Carswell and his family are bringing back the former Knights of Columbus/Masonic Temple at 1611 Everett Avenue to its former glory.

It’s very much designed as a multipurpose facility hosting music, sports, arts, events and a top-of-the-line steakhouse along with a massive collection of urban art.

Saturday Apex hosted its first music event, promoted by the Everett Music Initiative and featuring The Grizzled Mighty and Hell’s Belles. The event sold out 800 tickets and the show did not disappoint. Here are some MyEverettNews.com photos taken at the event. Click photo to enlarge.

The next event is a Mixed Martial Arts competition happening in March. You can follow Apex on Facebook or Instagram to see upcoming events.


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