Delta Art Experience At Henry M. Jackson Park Saturday

September 14, 2023

Events in Everett

Delta Art Experience

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It gets bigger every year and this Saturday from 1 – 5 PM is the 4th Annual Delta Art Experience at Henry M. Jackson Park in north Everett, Washington. Here’s what you need to know.

Join us for the 4th annual Delta Art Experience at Jackson Park! Everett’s most accessible art market features live music, food trucks, a mural walking tour map, a pop-up and the celebration of a new public art installation bronze sculpture Katie the Springer Spaniel!

Hot dogs will be available on a pay what you can donation basis, as well as other food vendors.

Participants can sign in at Jackson Park to get maps for the walking tour. Or they can simply stay at the park for an afternoon of live bands, and other art-making activities for both
adults and children. The event is FREE and open to the community!

This is the fourth year that artists in the community and the Delta Neighborhood have invited the public to discover its art and artists, with a walking art tour in 2020 and now an art market in 2021 and 2023.

The Delta Art Experience is supported by the City of Everett Cultural Arts Commission.

Food Trucks confirmed:

  • Big Red Truck
  • Yay Big Ice Cream

Live Music Lineup:

2:00 pm: The one-man industrial doom gaze band,

Hidden Gateways,

https://www.facebook.com/HiddenGatewaysBand
hiddengateways.bandcamp.com/album/acoustic-alchemy

3:00 pm: The funky, funny, Reggae of

The Pilchuck Boyz.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/217901205643
thepilchuckboyz.com

4:00 pm: Headlining after coming off his world tour with Jack Black & Depeche Mode,

STEEL BEANS

https://www.facebook.com/steelbeansband
steelbeans.com



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