Welcome to the Sequim City Band

To perform, promote, and preserve symphonic 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.


A concert by this well-known community concert band is a great event for families. Not only are the concert and parking free, but it allows children to hear a live band with those tubas, trombones, trumpets, saxophones, clarinets, and flutes playing music from such movies as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.


Rehearsals: Wednesdays, 7-9PM, Chuck Swisher Rehearsal Hall at the James Center for the Performing Arts, 500 N Blake Ave, Sequim WA 98382

Wish to Support the Band?


In 2020, Sequim City Band used monies it had saved and earmarked for the construction of a rehearsal hall to develop a construction plan. The band desperately needed a space that would be large enough to accommodate a 75+ member symphonic wind ensemble and provide a proper acoustical environment for a large band. Architectural plans were drawn up and a capital campaign was initiated. The campaign included many grant applications and an appeal to the public to support the project. Progress on those fronts allowed the band to proceed with the permitting process. Construction began the first week of October 2022. The band’s rehearsals were temporarily held at the Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church during the almost 7 months of construction. The first rehearsal in the new rehearsal hall was Wednesday April 19th.

Sequim City Band is happy to be back at the James Center for the Performing Arts – the band’s summer venue on the outdoor performance stage. Click on the ‘Construction Photo Gallery’ button to view the construction week-by-week. The band is continuing its fund raising for the final $30,000 of the approximately $1.45 million build.

See the “Build” in the Construction Photo Gallery

Be a Part of the Legacy

We are still accepting donations to complete the expansion of 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 at our next Concert at the James Center.

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

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.

Mission Statement

  • To perform free symphonic band concerts, enriching the lives of musicians and community members of the North Olympic Peninsula;
  • To promote music education by providing performing opportunities to local musicians and students as well as student scholarships;
  • To preserve symphonic band music for the enjoyment of future generations.

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