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posted Friday, June 13 2014 - Volume 42 Issue 24
Out to Lunch Summer Concerts are free and local
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Out to Lunch Summer Concerts are free and local

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Money doesn't grow on trees, and neither do concert tickets. But thanks to the Downtown Seattle Association, Seattle Parks & Recreation, the Metropolitan Improvement District, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Pike Place Market, Ryan, Swanson & Cleveland, PLLC, the Hard Rock Café and Plymouth Church United Church of Christ, locals will be able to hear and see about two dozen artists perform live at various spots in and around the city this summer. Many of the performers are recognizable names within the Seattle music community, so it's not only a treat to see them play for free, but also during the daytime when it might be more convenient to catch a show.

The series commences on July 10 with Industrial Revelation at City Hall Plaza, and then it features Naomi Wachira at the Federal Courthouse on July 11, Jeffery Broussard & the Creole Cowboys at Columbia Center on July 16, Selam Band at City Hall Plaza on July 17, Portland Cello Project at Occidental Square on July 18, Tubaluba at Wells Fargo Center on July 23, Picoso at City Hall Plaza on July 24, Abbey Arts Presents at 800 Fifth Avenue on July 25, Michael Powers at Metropolitan Park on July 30, and Vaudeville Etiquette at City Hall Plaza on July 31.

In August, kicking things off is Mango Son at Waterfront Park on the 1st, and continues with Chuck Prophet at Two Union Square on August 6, Space Theory Presents: Exploring the Deep Connection at City Hall Plaza on August 7, The Paperboys at Harbor Steps on August 8, Kris Orlowski at Two Union Square on August 13, The Horde & the Harem at City Hall Plaza on August 14, The Dusty 45s at Harbor Steps on August 15, Vicci Martinez at Two Union Square on August 20, Rivers, Lakes & Oceans: Lunch at the Cabin at City Hall Plaza on August 21, The Maldives at Occidental Square on August 22, Leroy Bell & His Only Friends at Harbor Steps on August 27, The Dip at City Hall Plaza on August 28, and Jovino Santos Neto at Columbia Center on August 29.

Finally, in September, Clinton Fearon & the Boogie Brown Band perform at Bell Street Park on the 3rd, followed by Delhi 2 Dublin at Waterfront Park on September 4, and Hey Marseilles at Freeway Park on September 5.

The Out to Lunch Summer Concerts are held noon-1:30 p.m., Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from July 10-September 5.

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