Adrift Hotel and Spa - Long Beach, WA, 98631, USA

live music @ adrift

Check out our intimate and unique event/music venue located on the top floor of the hotel over looking the pacific ocean! Attached to [pickled fish] eat + can enjoy craft cocktails, local wines and brews, while listening to some great, quality live music!

most Thursday/Sundays 8-10pm + Friday/Saturdays 9-11pm! Live Music is Free, unless otherwise noted!

The Libertine Belles- Aug 3rd

The Libertine Belles are a Sweet and Hot, Vintage Swing Vocal Trio accompanying themselves on 6-string Tenor Uke, Trashcan Bass, and Washboard/drums, plus Saucy Cornet to dazzle your senses!‎

Vandella- Aug 4th + 5th

In the best kind of way, Vandella can be a tough band to pin down. Hailing from San Francisco, their music takes listeners from the gulches of swampy, guitar-driven rock and the dusty twang of Americana to the amber honey of classic soul. A raucous live show mixed with their own distinct roots-rock sound gives Vandella their swagger; with the soulful, sometimes Joplin-esque chops on lead singer Tracey Holland setting them decidedly apart.

Lotte Kestner & Kevin Long- Aug 12th

"Even though it doesn't matter what she's singing--the mood translates well through melody and instrumentation--it's lucky for the listener that the lyrics are included in the CD booklet. The sheer poetry of the songs is remarkable."

- Seattle Sound

The Shook Twins - Aug 13th + 14th

“Their songs are witty and well-built, the performances poised, the production adventurous. Recently transplanted to Portland, Shook Twins are the most exciting local folk act I’ve heard in ages. Strike that word “local” and the sentiment still stands. ”  -Willamette Week

Luke Winslow King w/ Esther Rose- Aug 17th

Whether solo, or with a band, Winslow-King is known for an original sound that is both rustic and elegant. He delivers energetic and dynamic performances, with his burgundy voice and versatile guitar playing.

Naomi Hooley & Rob Stroup- Aug 18th

" Portland producer Rob Stroup, the accomplished producer/singer-songwriter... first came to popular attention in Oregon with his alternative country band The Baseboard Heaters which transitioned him to a successful music career. These days Rob spends his time recording other artists’ music at his 8 Ball Studio and playing in his band Rob Stroup and The Blame. " Stephanie Salvey, Oregon Music News

Josh Hoke- Aug 19th + 20th

Josh Hoke is a Midwestern man of origin, the son of a preacher, singing songs like sweet tea on a Sunday afternoon. With guitar in hand and more than a touch of soul, his voice invites you into the sacred, rustic space of tired hope, or along the crisp precipice of wailing anticipation. Gritty and fresh as the day you were born, and calming as a kindly breeze over fields of new mown hay on a warm summer night. He remains a man of hopeful honesty, acquainted with grief, fervently singing into that guttural longing for good life and luster.

Roisin O & Colleen Raney- Aug 21st + 22nd

Dublin-born Róisín O is one of the most promising new artists to emerge from the competitive Irish music scene in recent times. In a relatively short timespan she has shared both stage and studio with some of Ireland’s leading artists, showing an expressive voice full of warmth and depth, and proved that combining a unique songwriting style with a commitment to hard work is still the best way to progress.  Róisín O released her debut album ‘The Secret Life of Blue’ in September 2012, and went straight into the Irish Official Album charts at number 21.

Musicians don’t come with much more history in the craft than Irish singer Colleen Raney. She’s been singing for more than two decades, and has been immersed in America’s Celtic music and dance scene for three. Raised in Seattle, previously based in New York, Colleen now calls Portland, Oregon home.

Henry Curl- Aug 23rd

After years gracing the stages of Portland, OR in several musical incarnations, including frontman for both Jonah and Hello Morning, Henry Curl has settled into a cathartic phase of recording and releasing the music that has been on his heart for years, music that needed to get out. It is often bi-polar and charmingly moody, conflicted and contradictory, lying somewhere stylistically between grand, cinematic rock and quiet neo-folk. This fall Henry will be releasing his self-titled debut EP.

w/ special guest, Robert Bruce...a writer from Newberg, OR that specializes in unusually short stories. His speaking performance has been likened to the late monologist Spalding Grey.

Dirty Martini- Aug 24th

Singers and multi-instrumentalists McKinley, Lara Michell, and Stephanie Schneiderman had all been enjoying individual solo careers before they decided to join forces for some random shows around their base of Portland, OR, starting first with a Valentine's Day gig in the early 2000s. Finding they had more fun playing together than separately (coupled with the positive responses they were getting from local crowds several shows later), the trio started a band for real.

Left Coast Country- Aug 25th

Left Coast Country is a northwest bluegrass and country band based in Portland, OR; who deliver both high-energy original compositions and an authentic take on traditional sounds stemming from Bill Monroe to Towns van Zandt.

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Leroy Lee- Aug 26th + 27th

“When you look up ‘authentic’ in the Authoritative Dictionary of Music, Leroy Lee, in all his shaggy-haired, flannel-shirted, wry-grinning glory, appears….a no-nonsense, wholesome and pared-back aesthetic permeates Lee’s set; this is all-wheat, and there is no chaff in sight. Subtle but substantive, simple but not simplistic, laidback but polished, the warmth of his folk music complements the intimacy with which his lyrics convey basic human experience.”

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Blake Noble - Aug 28th

Within his first six months of becoming a permanent resident of Seattle, Blake had won the Northwest Lovefest Open Stage Competition, toured in four states, and has opened for some huge names including: Alan White (Yes, John Lennon), John Popper (Blues Traveller), and Lee Oskar (War), to name a few... The Aussie multi-instrumentalist has already hit TV screens and has been interviewed on King 5 New Day Northwest with Margaret Larson, and on The Marty Reimer Show, SMI Radio, Featured on Jet City Stream Radio, Melodic Caring Project and SSG Music blog.

Eric John Kaiser- Aug 29th + 30th

His music has logged as many miles and picked up accents from across the American landscape: his latest songs resonate now with a very American rhythm, like bouncing across the vast plains on horseback… some western lap steel guitar... some dirty roadhouse blues…

Grand Lake Islands- Aug 31st

Though mainly driven by acoustic guitar, wistful cello lines, lonely harmonies, subtle drumming, and Justin Kilburn’s haunting lap steel give the songs a cohesive, yet diverse quality.

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Redray Frazier - Aug 7th + 8th

"RedRay (Ray) Frazier has the calming presence of a prophet and the voice of a man with a grand plan-equal parts Maxwell, Nina Simone,Shuggie Otis and Radiohead... Frazier crafts a body of singer-songwriter material that would make Marvin Gaye feel like a proud spiritual godpappy." - TD, (Willamette Week)

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Adrift is located on the ocean, steps from the boardwalk, and just 3 blocks from town. We are the ideal place to begin your exploration of our area.