If you love attending open mics or have ever felt the itch to get on stage, there's a new opportunity to show off your skills or hidden talents. Every Thursday evening between the hours of 6 pm and 8 pm you can make your mark behind the mic at The Season's Gallery & Bistro!

You Know the Building

Sound vaguely familiar? The Season's Performance Hall, located at 101 N Naches Ave in Yakima, WA is most known for live music, comedy shows, weddings, and more. If you've attended such events perhaps you've made your way to the back of the building to grab a beverage? That's where The Season's Gallery & Bistro is located.

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Hours of Operation

The Season's Gallery & Bistro is open Thursday - Saturdays from 5 pm - 9 pm with music from 6 pm - 8 pm. If you love a good happy hour, 5 pm - 6 pm you can enjoy 10% off wine, local ales, and spirits including BLT's, bialy's, and more!

What Are the Details for Thursday Open Mics?

I reached out to Megan Nobbs, Secretary of the Board and Bistro Manager, in order to make your experience as smooth as possible. This Thursday, February 24th, 2022 will be The Season's Gallery & Bistro's second week of open mics.

We have a mic and a PA, so they just need to bring themselves, their instruments or any other stuff they need. Each performer get 3 songs or roughly 10-15 minutes of mic time if they are reading poetry or other types of talents. It's first come, first served from 6-8 p.m and the Bistro opens at 5 for sign ups and/or some liquid courage!

Help me spread the word and join in on the fun, even if it's just to support from within the crowd. You never know what kinds of local inspiration you'll find, so mark your calendar and set a reminder on your phone for Thursday evenings, just in case you're bored in the house and you're in the house bored.

The Seasons Gallery Bistro

Open Mic Opportunities

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