Live Music

The Treehouse Café is a great venue for live music and entertainment, with capacity for about 100 seated patrons, or 200 standing.

 

While we try to book dance music as much as possible, we also frequently book dinner-style performers such as Greta Matassa or Zoe Muth.  We aim to provide national name acts, and have brought in musicians including LeRoy Bell, Greg Brown, The Moondoggies, James McMurtry, and Fred Eaglesmith.  Check our Schedule for upcoming dates!

 

Allen Stone performs “Superstitious” at The Treehouse Café

 

Video by Garrett Gibbons

 

The Maldives Live at The Treehouse Café

 


Slideshow by Jay Trinidad

 

Eldridge Gravy & The Court Supreme at The Treehouse Café

 


Slideshow by Jay Trinidad

 

The Moondoggies Live at The Treehouse Café

 


Slideshow by Jay Trinidad

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  1. The Band of Heathens

    The Band of Heathens

    Since emerging as a favorite new live band out of Austin TX in the late 2000s, the Band of Heathens has toured relentlessly, building a devoted following and landing on some of the finest stages in music. Over three studio albums and hundreds of…

  2. Bainbridge Island Story Slam

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    Bainbridge Island Story Slam

  3. Open Mic Science

    Open Mic Science Night

    Dean Butterworth, Outreach and Education Specialist for the National Park Service at Olympic National Park, will give a presentation on the Elwha River Restoration.

  4. Tony Furtado

    Tony Furtado October 25

    Furtado’s solid musical potential soared into the bluegrass ranks and led him on the road with Laurie Lewis and Grant Street, playing bluegrass and old-time music. This musical trail led him to ink a deal with Rounder Records, and playing alongside some of his…

  5. Ashley Raines

    Ashley Raines November 6

    Ashley Raines is an American songwriter, lyricist, composer and multi-instrumentalist. Raines grew up in the Midwest and by the age of fourteen began to hitchhike away from his home in Kansas. Raines hopped boxcars and taught himself any instrument he could get his hands…

  6. Hanz Araki

    Hanz Araki

    Award-winning Irish flute player and former Bainbridge Islander Hanz Araki is the quintessential world music musician. After six generations, the name Araki is synonymous with the Japanese shakuhachi (an end-blown bamboo flute) which Hanz mastered making his professional debut in 1988.

  7. Birds of Chicago

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    Perhaps if Odetta were alive today, teaming up with Lyle Lovett, you might begin to have a sense of how special Birds of Chicago truly is. Birds of Chicago is a collective built around JT Nero ( of JT and The Clouds, Chicago, USA)…

  8. The Steel Wheels

    The Steel Wheels were nominated for five Independent Music Awards in 2010, with “Nothing You Can’t Lose” taking top honors as Best Country Song. The Steel Wheels have captured audiences across the country with their heady brew of original soulful mountain music and…

  9. Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra

    Marty O'Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra

    Marty O’Reilly, who Treehouse fans will recognize from his gig with The Brothers Comatose, began his musical journey as a blues guitar player, with his ear pressed close to the ancient hiss in the works of Blind Willie Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt, John…

  10. New Year’s Eve Dance Party withThe Dusty 45s!

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    Wild New Year’s Eve Bash Benefit for The Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce! Seattle’s perennial rockabilly madmen, The Dusty 45s, were recently tapped to back Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Wanda Jackson on her tour in support of her blazing, Jack…

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