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Live Music & Events

Live Music & Events

Live Music

Brown Bear Saloon
$5 burgers and free pool every Wednesday (in house only)
Sept. 4 & 11 – Chris Grabowski (early evening)

Chair 5
(shows 10:30 p.m.)
Aug. 28 – Up a Mountain
Aug. 29 – Junosmile

Jack Sprat
Sept. 6 – End of Summer Party, Girdwood Brewing Company, DJ Party, 5-10 p.m., rain or shine

Seaview Café and Bar
(all shows 7-11 p.m.)
Aug. 29, Sept. 5 & 12 – Jamn Night with Andy Mullen
Aug. 30 – Becky Kotter & Co.
Aug. 31 – Hearts Gone South
Sept. 6-7 – Great North Special
Sept. 13 – Big Chimney Barn Dance
Sept. 14 – Superfrequency
Sept. 20-21 – Denali Cooks

Dirty Skillet
Sept. 6-7 – Roland Roberts
Sept. 13-14 – Chris Crain
Sept. 20-21 – Diana Z
Sept. 27-28 – Becky Kotter

Creekbend Company
Sept. 6 – Blackwater Railroad Company, Seth Freeman Band
Sept. 7 – Ken Peltier Band, Motown Fever

The Inn at Whittier
Aug. 30 – Rick Brooks
Aug. 31, Sept. 6 – Lisa/Lisa
Sept. 7 – Moby Wang and Supergirl
Sept. 13 – Shawn LaRose
Sept. 14 – JD Cox and Harmonica Guy

Marc Donadieu / Glacier City Gazette
Past Our Prime opened Alyeska Resort’s Music Mountain Festival to benefit nonprofit Girdwood Alliance. Alyeska split half of the tram ticket proceeds with Girdwood Alliance.

Community Calendar

Sept. 4 – Public Safety Advisory Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 6 p.m. (Regular meeting rescheduled due to Labor Day.)
Sept. 3 – Girdwood Trails Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Sept. 7 – Girdwood Firewise Woodlot, Industrial Park, $15 per truck load/$20 per trailer, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., 12:30-4 p.m.
Sept. 9 – Land Use Committee, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Sept. 13 – Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm CCA Board of Directors meeting, Sunrise Inn, Cooper Landing, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. The meeting is open to the public and the board will consider KMTA National Heritage Area grant applications.
Sept. 16 – Girdwood Board of Supervisors Meeting, Girdwood Community Room, 7 p.m.
Sept. 17 – Whittier City Council, Public Safety Building, Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, 7 p.m.

KMTA Biannual Grant Cycle
KMTA is accepting grant applications until Aug. 20. KMTA awards grants to community projects that recognize, preserve, and interpret the historic, scenic, and natural recreational resources and cultural landscapes of the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm historic transportation corridor. Projects promote and facilitate public enjoyment of these resources. For more info go to

KMTA 1st Annual Photography Contest
Photo submissions are due by Sept. 30. KMTA is seeking images that capture the essence of the KMTA National Heritage Area or speak to KMTA’s role in preserving, promoting and protecting the national heritage area. Cash prizes will be awarded in four difference categories. For more info go to

Marc Donadieu / Glacier City Gazette
There is a newly installed sculpture of Dwaine Schult in the campground around Nissman Pavilion in Forest Fair Park.

Marc Donadieu / Glacier City Gazette
The sculpture of Dwaine Schult in Forest Fair Park has a welcoming inscription for visitors to Girdwood Valley.

Event listings for Turnagain Arm communities in the next Glacier City Gazette Community Calendar should be emailed by Sept. 7 to