The Not-So-Late Show: Jim Marcotte

Our weekly Not-So-Late Show with the talented, Jim Marcotte, performing a solo-acoustic set. We are excited to announce that Jim will have a permanent rotating spot on our Thursday Night line-up each month. He will be performing from 6pm-9pm – and as always, it is a FREE show!

Thursday Specials:
$1 Tacos & $3.50 Tacos ALL DAY
Happy Hour from 3pm-6pm
Live Music from 6pm-9pm

Featured Musician: “An ace musician and songwriter, Marcotte can summon the genius of E.L.O., Dylan, The Stray Cats, and other distinctive groups – while sounding completely like himself – and his new album ‘Own It’ will be eagerly obliged by many, we are certain.”
-The Akedemia

Listen to Jim Marcotte’s Music HERE!
Watch Jim Marcottes’s Videos HERE!

Jim Marcotte LIVE at the Tracyton Public House

Jim Marcotte is definitely drawing some attention in Kitsap County as an extremely talented guitarist and singer. Playing “acoustic guitar with flair” he will entertain the ever-growing crowds with a mix of all of your classic favorites and his own originals.

FREE SHOW – Saturday, November 9th from 8pm-11pm

FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS during the Late-Night Happy Hour from 9pm-11pm.

The Not-So-Late Show: Jim Marcotte

Our weekly Not-So-Late Show with the talented, Jim Marcotte, performing a solo-acoustic set. We are excited to announce that Jim will have a permanent rotating spot on our Thursday Night line-up each month. He will be performing from 6pm-9pm – and as always, it is a FREE show!

Thursday Specials:
$1 Tacos & $3.50 Tacos ALL DAY
Happy Hour from 3pm-6pm
Live Music from 6pm-9pm

Featured Musician: “An ace musician and songwriter, Marcotte can summon the genius of E.L.O., Dylan, The Stray Cats, and other distinctive groups – while sounding completely like himself – and his new album ‘Own It’ will be eagerly obliged by many, we are certain.”
-The Akedemia

Listen to Jim Marcotte’s Music HERE!
Watch Jim Martcottes’s Videos HERE!

Beer-Cation 2019 – An Outdoor Weekend Beach Party

We’re celebrating warm weather and cold beer with BEER-CATION 2019 at the Tracyton Public House. A weekend-long outdoor beach party. If you can’t travel to an exotic tropical beach, we’ll bring you the next-best thing!

21+ ONLY – NO COVER

Starting at 5pm on Friday, August 16th, we will be turning our parking lot into an outdoor beer garden with a sandy beach, live music, beach games, and all you’d need to dip your toes in the sand and enjoy a beautiful weekend in the PNW.

Bands, Musicians, and DJ’s:
* BooBooLaLa
Decent at Best (Tacoma)
* The Kara Hesse Band
Joel Gibson Jr. and The Hired Guns
WEPA
* Kara Hesse (Solo)
Jack Parker
Steady Rock Cosmonaut
Dj Z Entertainment
Chris Switzer Acoustic Music
Zander Grey
Jim Marcotte

BEER GARDEN
Featuring beach-side cocktails and ice cold beer. With two specialty beers brewed just for this event: Beer-Cation IPA by Rainy Daze Brewing and Beer-Cation Summer Lager by Sound Brewery. We will also be featuring Shave Ice Cocktails and a Beer-Cation Cocktail that is perfect for sipping in the sun and you get to keep the tropical glass!

BEACH GAMES & CONTEST
**More Info COMING SOON**

As always, we are 21+ ONLY
NO ENTRY-FEE

#beercation2019

 

 

Jim Marcotte at the Tracyton Public House

Jim Marcotte is definitely drawing some attention in Kitsap County as an extremely talented guitarist and singer. Playing “acoustic guitar with flair” he will entertain the ever-growing crowds with a mix of all of your classic favorites and his own originals.

FREE SHOW – Saturday, August 10th from 8pm-11pm

FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS during the Late-Night Happy Hour from 9pm-11pm.

The Not-So-Late Show: Jim Marcotte

Our weekly Not-So-Late Show with the talented, Jim Marcotte, performing a solo-acoustic set. We are excited to announce that Jim will have a permanent rotating spot on our Thursday Night line-up each month. He will be performing from 6pm-9pm – and as always, it is a FREE show!

Thursday Specials:
$1 Tacos & $3.50 Tacos ALL DAY
Happy Hour from 3pm-6pm
Live Music from 6pm-9pm

Featured Musician: “An ace musician and songwriter, Marcotte can summon the genius of E.L.O., Dylan, The Stray Cats, and other distinctive groups – while sounding completely like himself – and his new album ‘Own It’ will be eagerly obliged by many, we are certain.”
-The Akedemia

Listen to Jim Marcotte’s Music HERE!
Watch Jim Martcottes’s Videos HERE!

Jim Marcotte Live at Tracyton Public House

Jim Marcotte is definitely drawing some attention in Kitsap County as an extremely talented guitarist and singer. Playing “acoustic guitar with flair” he will entertain the ever-growing crowds with a mix of all of your classic favorites and his own originals.

FREE SHOW – Friday, May 10th from 8pm-11pm

FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS during the Late-Night Happy Hour from 9pm-11pm.

National Beer Day at Tracyton Public House – feat. Jim Marcotte

Celebrate National Beer Day with us at the Tracyton Public House on Sunday, April 7th. In honor of the signing of the Cullin-Harrison Act by FDR in 1933 which, during the dreaded prohibition, allowed citizens to buy, sell, and drink beer up to 4% ABV – which eventually led to the repeal of the Volstead Act of 1919 that banned all alcohol.

FEATURING LIVE MUSIC with Jim Marcotte from 4pm-7pm

BEER SPECIALS:
* $9 Beer Flights (all day)
* $3 Draft Pints (2pm-close)
* $10 Steak Dinner & any Pint (6pm-close)

Featuring 22 Drafts, including: Kitsap Microbreweries, Regional Crafts, National Favorites, and Imports!

HISTORY OF NATIONAL BEER DAY
In 1919, the Volstead Act became law and by 1920, the entire United States was subject to Prohibition. This meant that beer, wine and grain liquors had all become illegal. While Prohibition wouldn’t become appealed until December 5th, 1933, U.S citizens received an early break 8 months earlier when Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrison act on April 7th, 1933. After he signed the bill, FDR is reported to have said, “I think this would be a good time for a beer.” And many Americans agreed with him because huge groups of people flooded breweries and taverns all over the country. In fact, by the end of that day, over 1.5 million gallons of beer ended up being sold. Beer has been enjoyed by Americans ever since.