Concerts In Forks & La Push

If you are up in Forks this weekend, here is an update on the live performances from times to new performers!

Twilight Music Girls

What: The Twilight Music Girls at Bella’s Birthday Party in Forks!
When: September 12th, 2009  Gates at 9pm, concert at 10pm
Where: Round House on La Push Road
Why: Lots of fun activities:
– TMG concert
– Food and Drinks from local vendors
– Birthday Cake!
– Games with Prizes including a Cake Walk, Baseball Throw with Forks High School Baseball Team, Pin-the-sunglasses-on-Edward, and Twilight Trivia
– Book Signing with Chris Cook author of Twilight Territory and editor of local paper Forks Forum
– Photo-Ops
– Locally crafted Twilight merchandise

To get tickets call Leppel’s Flowers (360) 374-6931 or visit the store in Forks where you can also get great  locally crafted Twilight merchandise. The store is diagonally across the street from the Forks High School sign.

Tinsel Korey

Tinsel Korey, who portrays the character Emily, in the Twilight Saga: New Moon film to be released Nov. 20 will perform a concert on Sunday, September 13, 2009 at the Vera Project in Seattle, WA. The concert is a benefit for the Quileute Tribal School grades K-12 located in LA Push, WA. This is an all ages concert.

September 13, coincidentally happens to also be Bella’s Birthday in the books.

Tinsel has worked on numerous films and television shows, from Steven Spielberg’s mini-series “Into the West”, Scott Frank’s feature thriller “The Lookout”, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and acting opposite Adam Beach in the CTV MOW “Luna: The Way Home”. Ending off 2008 with a lead role on an Insight Film entitled “Wyvern”, playing a neo-fem action character name Vinyl Hampton.

She began 2009 landing the role of Emily Young in the “Twilight Saga”; and is very excited to be working with such a talented cast and brilliant directors.  She is also a talented singer and has performed at the Aboriginal music awards.

Tinsel is very interested in paving the way for other Native American artists and to that end she has invited Noah Hunt and his band mate Jay Daffe, who make up the duo, “The Definition Of” to be the opening act.  Noah is from the “Lumbee” nation and currently resides in Kennewick, WA.  The concert will be begin with an “Honor Song” by Arlie Neskahi of the “Navajo” nation.

The concert is being presented by JTalentgroup of Seattle, WA.

Jackie Jacobs is the owner of JTalentgroup based out of Queen Anne and serves as publicist for the Quileute Tribe.  “I am so grateful to Tinsel for her generous spirit.  This concert is an opportunity for the fans to see her and also support the Quileute Tribal School.  The Vera Project is the perfect venue for this show and we are delighted to partner with such an important organization.”

The Vera Project is a music and arts center run by and for youth.  Vera’s mission is to foster a participatory creative culture through popular music concerts, arts programs, experiential

learning and volunteer opportunities for all ages, especially young people.

Tickets are available online at  For additional info, please call 206.956.8372.

VERA’s office & show/art space is located on the corner of Warren & Republican Ave N, next to the Key Arena in Seattle Center. (tucked back under the awning.)



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