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posted Friday, May 27, 2016 - Volume 44 Issue 22
Out to Lunch Concert Series is back this summer with free live shows
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Out to Lunch Concert Series is back this summer with free live shows

Free live music, you say? Yep, and happening all summer long. The Out to Lunch Concert Series returns with performances by local and regional artists, who will appear at outdoor venues in downtown Seattle during lunchtime hours. Aqueduct kicks things off July 7 at City Hall Plaza (600 4th Avenue), followed by Vaudeville Etiquette on July 8 (Westlake Park), Wet City Rockers on July 12 (5th & University), Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra on July 14 (City Hall Plaza), Smokey Brights on July 15 (Occidental Square), Whitney Monge on July 19 (5th & University), Nolan Garrett on July 21 (City Hall Plaza), The Banner Days (5th & University), The Dusty 45s (Harbor Steps), Scarlet Parke (5th & University), Clinton Fearon on July 28 (City Hall Plaza), Happy Orchestra on August 5 (Waterfront Hotspot), Manatee Commune on August 3 (Union Square), Industrial Revelation on August 4 (City Hall Plaza), Spicy Tunas on August 9 (5th & University), Greta Matassa on August 10 (Union Square), Tacocat on August 11 (City Hall Plaza), Tangerine on August 12 (Westlake Park), Victoria Contreras on August 16 (5th & University), Polecat on August 17 (Union Square), Fly Moon Royalty on August 18 (City Hall Plaza), Eldridge Gravy and The Court Supreme on August 19 (Occidental Square), Andrew Landers & Mainstreet Struggle on August 23 (5th & University), Seattle Women's Steel Pan Project on August 25 (City Hall Plaza), Polyrhythmics on August 26 (Freeway Park), Limited Edition on August 30 (5th & University) and Naomi Wachira on September 2 (Van Worst Plaza). All concerts will run from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. and guests are encouraged to BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch). For more info, go to downtownseattle.com/summer

Maroon 5 is the latest music act to cancel shows in North Carolina in protest of the state's anti-LGBTQ bathroom law. The pop band, led by Adam Levine, axed two concerts from its long-running 'Maroon V Tour,' its September 11 show in Charlotte (Time Warner Cable Arena) and the September 12 performance in Raleigh (PNC Arena). 'This was a difficult decision for us to make as a band,' the group stated on its official website. 'We don't want to penalize our fans in North Carolina by not performing for them, but in the end it comes down to what we feel is morally right AS WE FEEL EVERYONE SHOULD BE TREATED EQUALLY.' Levine's brother is openly Gay. Maroon 5 joins a growing list of artists who've canceled appearances in the Tar Heel State, due to its controversial HB2 law. Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr, Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato are just some of the musicians who removed concerts in North Carolina from their tour itineraries. Maroon 5 is scheduled to perform at Key Arena in Seattle on October 11; tix are available via Ticketmaster.

The concerts keep piling on. Here is the latest batch of artists coming to Seattle in the coming months: R&B singer Chrisette Michelle will perform at The Showbox SoDo on August 6, Grammy-winning alternative rock band Wilco will appear back-to-back nights on September 2 and 3 at the Moore Theatre, singer-songwriter Joseph Arthur is playing The Triple Door on September 15 and folk-pop artist Paula Cole is headed to The Triple Door on October 29, as are a pair of '70s acts, Al Stewart and Gary Wright on October 12.

Finally, we have a writer and photographer attending all days of this weekend's Sasquatch Music Festival at The Gorge Amphitheatre. Drive safely, if you're heading there as well. If not, read our take on the four-day event in the next issue of Seattle Gay News.

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