Caravan Chronicles coming to Pierce County parks in August

Image by Christine Cravens from Pixabay Immerse yourself in an intimate, interactive public art event disguised as a family reunion in and around a vintage Airstream trailer at Caravan Chronicles. It's created by theater simple, which is well-known for creating innovative experiences that seem impossible to pull off (but they do successfully and to the … Continue reading Caravan Chronicles coming to Pierce County parks in August

Mostly Music in the Park returns to Mercer Island, Washington

Image by bpcraddock from Pixabay Update, August 25, 2021: I received an email from Mercer Island Parks and Recreation today that the rest of this series has been cancelled for 2021 due to the increased COVID-19 risks for concert attendees and staff. Enjoy a pleasant summer evening outside listening to music by local artists on … Continue reading Mostly Music in the Park returns to Mercer Island, Washington

2021 Steilacoom summer concerts cover almost any musical flavor

Silhouette of Elvis Presley (image by anti_hh from Pixabay) The 2021 summer concerts series hosted by the Town of Steilacoom on Wednesday nights in August includes musical genres from country to jazz: August 4 – Danny Vernon, The Illusion of ElvisAugust 11 – Jessica Lynne Witty, countryAugust 18 – 3 Legends Tribute: Jackie Wilson, James Brown, and Michael … Continue reading 2021 Steilacoom summer concerts cover almost any musical flavor

Concert passes, campsites still available for Watershed 2021 in George, Washington

Featured image by Raventhorne, courtesy Creative Commons Tickets for general admission, VIP reserved seating, and box seats are still available for Washington state's largest country music festival, Watershed, which overlooks the Columbia River Gorge in George. Campsites are also available. This year's event is Friday-Sunday, July 30-August 1. The shows will be held on two … Continue reading Concert passes, campsites still available for Watershed 2021 in George, Washington

Waikiki Beach summer concerts return to Cape Disappointment State Park

Image by Rizky Dwi from Pixabay The 15th annual summer concerts series at the Waikiki Beach amphitheater in Cape Disappointment State Park kicked off on Saturday, July 10, with The Hackles performing roots-influenced music. Three more Saturday evening concerts are scheduled for the 2021 season: July 24 – Neftalí Rivera and Grupo Borikuas (Afro-Caribbean)August 14 – Annie Staninec … Continue reading Waikiki Beach summer concerts return to Cape Disappointment State Park

Metropolitan Performing Arts resumes live performances

Image by jhenning from Pixabay After a hiatus due to COVID-19, Metropolitan Performing Arts is back with a two free in-person, outdoor performances in Southwest Washington in July and August. See an updated version of Shakespeare's Love's Labour Lost that's still true to the work's original message. This performance incorporates modern language, social media, and … Continue reading Metropolitan Performing Arts resumes live performances

2021 Cathedral Park Jazz Festival resumes in-person format July 16-18

Image by Marcel Dominic from Pixabay Last year, the Jazz Society of Oregon streamed the Cathedral Park Jazz Festival because of COVID-19. This weekend, the longest-running jazz festival west of the Mississippi River welcomes you to enjoy the shows live at Cathedral Park, under the St. John's Bridge in Portland. Masks and distancing are still … Continue reading 2021 Cathedral Park Jazz Festival resumes in-person format July 16-18

Tickets selling fast for the first Topaz Farm Harvest Fest Music Series on Sauvie Island

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay I just learned about this event tonight. The Harvest Fest Music Series is the first music series the Topaz Farm has hosted on Sauvie Island, Oregon. Four shows have sold out already, but tickets are available for the other three scheduled shows in the series: Thursday, July 29—Mama Bird … Continue reading Tickets selling fast for the first Topaz Farm Harvest Fest Music Series on Sauvie Island

Can’t make the Waterfront Blues Festival this year? Stream it!

This weekend, the Waterfront Blues Festival returns to Portland in a new location with limited seating, and only a few tickets are left for Monday, July 5. If you can't make it to the live performances or are not comfortable going to gatherings yet due to COVID-19, don't worry. There are two ways you can … Continue reading Can’t make the Waterfront Blues Festival this year? Stream it!