PNW Tour
Fall 2018

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THE Super Fling


A weekend of dining, friends, and music.

Friday, September 28th - Sunday, September 30th, 2018

FULL PACKAGE DEAL FOR TWO:  2 nights hotel at the Adrift Lodge, 3 musical events, 5-course dinner and Sunday brunch for $495

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FRIDAY - Day #1 - $75

5-course dinner and Parlor in the Round music featuring members of SSSS

Sugar Strings frontman Carlyle Watt will be crafting a multi-course dinner at the historic Shelburne Hotel in Seaview, WA. Carlyle studied at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone in California’s Napa Valley, and he is currently the head baker and executive chef at Alaska’s award winning bakery, Fire Island Rustic Bakeshop. In 2017, he was nominated as an outstanding baker by the James Beard Foundation. Carlyle’s ability to merge baking, pastry, and culinary techniques creates a unique and memorable dining experience. When the Sugar Strings go on tour, Carlyle brings his passion for food along, hosting pop-up dinners, guest-chef appearances, and generally keeping the band well-fed to sustain their high energy shows. 

Collaborating with Carlyle in the front of the house will be The Sugar String’s bassist, Kevin Worrell, presenting his hit Alaskan singer-songwriter showcase, Parlor In The Round. This dinner theater will feature local favorites Pretty Gritty and the Strings’ own Kat Moore, taking turns with songs and stories inspired by the evening’s bill of fare. As host, Kevin will select written submissions from the audience as prompts for musical improv games, and as fodder for his quick-witted banter.

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SATURDAY - Day #2 - Free!

SSSS evening Show

A short beach walk north from the Shelburne takes you to the Adrift Hotel where a panoramic view of the Long Beach Peninsula beckons outside the Pickled Fish restaurant.  Sip, savor and eat local while the Sugar Strings share their virtuosic warmth and lively harmonies in a full-band evening show.

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SUNDAY - Day #3 - $35

SSSS show w/Brunch

To cap off the weekend, the Shelburne will host the Sugar Strings for a farewell multi course brunch prepared by Carlyle Watt, followed by an intimate acoustic performance by the band.  They will tell stories, take questions and savor the day as the weekend winds down with brunch, laughter and music.  

Spend a weekend in their world, where music inspires food, food inspires music, and we all inspire each other.



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