Welcome to the Sequim City Band

To perform, preserve and promote concert band music

A photo taken from rear stage right at the combined concert with Sequim City Band and Navy Band Northwest as the bands sit on stage prior to the March 1st, 2020 concert, themed "Celebration"/
Photo is taken at a 4th of July concert by the Sequim City Band on stage at the James Center for the Performing Arts.  The photo shows the large audience seated on the lawn in front of the stage on a sunny Sequim day.
Tyler Benedict directs the band. Photo taken shows horn music and the saxophone section.  Sequim City Band is in concert at the Sequim High School Auditorium.

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James Center for the Performing Arts – Phase II

Week 8 Construction November 21-26

Time-lapse video credit: Richard Greenway / Sequim City Band

This short Thanksgiving week has been jam packed with easily visible changes at the build site. On Monday, a crane lifted, and carpenters helped guide, 6 panels (2 panels for each of 3 walls) upright into place. Each panel weighs approximately 2,400 lbs – so the 3 new walls of the hall are over 7 tons. The crane is rated to lift up to 15 tons, so raising a 1 ton section of the wall was no strain.

Photo credit: Tyler Benedict / Sequim City Band

On Tuesday the crane operator starting lifting the trusses for placement atop the walls. Work progressed from the east end of the new building towards the west end of the hall. Now that it is obvious what the size and shape of the addition to the James Center will be, we added a banner to the construction fence so that on-lookers have a better idea about the scope of the project.

Photo credit: Tyler Benedict / Sequim City Band

The boom truck with attached crane prepares to lift a truss off the stack of trusses located on the south side of the new hall.

Photo credit: Tyler Benedict / Sequim City Band

A carpenter, working from the bucket of a ‘cherry picker’ located on the north side of the building, is ready to guide the north end of the truss into its proper place.

Week 7 Construction – November 14-19

There did not appear to be much action forward this week, but the carpenters were busy building the panels that would make up the 3 new walls, thus framing in the new hall. The plan was to position the panels on the concrete slab so that next week a crane could easy ‘stand up’ the panels, while the carpenters secure each panel to the existing building and its neighboring panel. Raising the walls and anchoring the skeleton of the building by adding the trusses is planned for 2 consecutive days next week.

Follow the construction as it progresses in Construction Photo Gallery

Be a Part of the Legacy

Your donation that will be a part of expanding the James Center for the Performing Arts – a jewel of Sequim and the north Olympic Peninsula ! ! !

We thank you for your interest and look forward to seeing you in the park for music again!

In addition to cash, you can now easily donate stocks, bonds, IRA distributions, and cryptocurrency.

Sequim City Band is pleased to be working with Steve Zenovic of ZTC, LLC, Project Manager, Architect Roy Hellwig of Tormod Hellwig, LLC, and Eli Collier of Neeley Construction, Project Superintendent


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2022-2023 Indoor Concert Schedule

Saturday, October 29th – – Shades of Autumn

Sunday, December 18th – – Sounds of the Season

Sunday, March 12th – – Music, She Wrote

Concerts begin at 3PM at the Sequim High School Auditorium (601 N Sequim Ave, Sequim WA)

Kindly wear a close-fitting face mask for the protection of other audience members.  Masks will be advised until the Clallam County Covid rates are into the “low” category as described by the county.

These concerts will be presented without intermission.

There are two ways you can financially support the Sequim City Band.

Learn More about the Rehearsal Hall expansion.

Learn how to become a Band Aide and support funding of the Band’s operating budget.

We thank you for your support.

Sequim City Band is a recognized nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors composed of Band and community members.

EIN 91-2113961