As of 3:41 p.m. Monday, another statement was posted to the Chateau Ste. Michelle Facebook page:
Like the thousands of excited concert-goers at the sold-out? Mavis Staples and Bonnie Raitt show Sunday night, we were startled by the sudden black-out and disappointed when the show had to end abruptly just as Bonnie was closing it. We learned later that winds caused a tree to fall across a primary power line, which led to an area-wide power outage! Last night's show was the first in the 29 years of the Chateau Ste. Michelle Summer Concert Series to suffer such an extraordinary event, and we sincerely thank our loyal concert-goers for their understanding. Bonnie and Mavis put on a wonderful show with great music nonetheless!
Update at 3:23 p.m. Monday from the Chateau Ste. Michelle Facebook page:
"We regret the abrupt ending of the Bonnie Raitt concert on Sunday night as she was closing the show. Winds caused a tree to fall across a primary power line, which led to an area-wide power outage. Bonnie Raitt thanks her fans for their understanding. On behalf of Bonnie Raitt, Mavis Staples and Chateau Ste. Michelle we apologize and share your disappointment."
A tree branch on a power line left 1,300 Woodinville customers without power Sunday night, according to Puget Sound Energy.
It also cut short the sold-out Bonnie Raitt/Mavis Staples concert at , according to those attending.
“We were at the Bonnie (Raitt) concert last night at the St. Michelle winery and at about 9:20 - all the power went off with a big sizzle," Martha Tyler told Patch in an email. "The show was over, many were disappointed."
She also said as they drove home they noticed many neighborhoods seemed to be without power.
The power officially went out at 9:17 p.m. near 14335 132nd Ave. NE, PSE officials said. They say the cause was a tree branch on a power line in that vicinity.
Nika Manfredi said she was at the when the outage occurred.
"Fortunately, they have their own generator and lots of candles," she posted on Woodinville Patch's Facebook page.
Power was restored at 10:28 p.m.
Kika Baa posted on the Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery Facebook page after the concert ended, asking for reimbursement information.
"Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, Please tell us how you will be reimbursing patrons of the Bonnie Raitt concert than ended so abruptly!!!! Love the venue and Bonnie!!!! Please make it right!"
Chris Mallott wrote on their page, "Ha! Show ended early anyway. A bit unexpected, but Mavis Staples was wonderful! Bonnie was great too, just suffered from power outage. Great time regardless..."
Patch is checking with the winery to find out if any patrons will be reimbursed. According to their website:
"Tickets are non-refundable except in the event of a cancellation, and then tickets are refundable at the original point of purchase only."
There will be no refunds, Chateau Ste. Michelle officials said Monday afternoon.
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