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Get your kicks in Kitsap this September!

posted by: Best Western Plus Silverdale Beach Hotel on: August 23, 2018 1:56:28 AM
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It’s never a bad time of the year to visit the Kitsap Peninsula, but here are some events we’re looking forward to this September that might make you want to book that trip you’ve been meaning to take!



Located a gorgeous drive away from Silverdale, the Suquamish Clearwater Casino features all kinds of great concerts at a great price!

On September 5, you can see Joel McHale perform the signature brand of sarcastic commentary on pop culture he honed over years of performing on The Soup and The Joel McHale Show! Maybe best known for his starring role in the cult favorite comedy series Community, Joel McHale offers biting, no nonsense breakdowns of what’s happening in the big world of celebrities! He is completely hilarious and not to be missed.

Dwight Yoakam plays September 6. If you’re a big fan of country, then Dwight Yoakam needs no introduction, but if you’re a more casual fan than suffice to say that none other than Johnny Cash called Yoakam his favorite country singer! Known for hit songs like “Suspicious Minds,” “Streets of Bakersfield” and “Honky Tonk Man,” this is going to be a great concert.

Miss the 80s? Then you NEED to go see these legends of the 80s on September 15th: Grandmaster Flash, Tone Loc and Color Me Badd. Grandmaster Flash is one of the original architects of hip hop, a DJ who helped define the sound of the next three decades, while Tone Loc’s deep voice and hit songs like “Funky Cole Medina” won over a new generation a decade later. Thow in Color Me Badd, the original R&B boy group, and you have an incredible night of nostalgia!

If you ask us, that’s something for everybody! And another treat everyone will love is a stay at the Best Western Plus Silverdale Beach Hotel. Located on a picturesque beach on the sheltered waters of Dyes Inlet, we’re your portal to the beauty of the Kitsap Peninsula.


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