Update on Edmonds

Free live music is a growing part of the arts in Edmonds, from Art Walk evenings to Sea Jazz at the Port, to the Summer Market, and of course Concerts in the Parks. The popular free summer concerts in City Park and Hazel Miller Plaza were attended this year by over 3,000 people of all ages who enjoyed music and performances presented by the City of Edmonds Arts Commission. This program is possible because of generous sponsors: Hazel Miller Foundation has funded the 12 concert series at Hazel Miller Plaza since 2013; and Lynnwood Honda and Acura of Lynnwood have been sponsors for the 7 concerts in City Park for 15 years. Thank you to our sponsors!
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 Music continues in October with the second year of a new series, Music at the Library, a partnership program presented by the Edmonds Arts Commission, Edmonds Sno-Isle Library, and Friends of the Edmonds Library. 

Presented in the Plaza Room above the Library at 650 Main St, the presentations start at 6:30 pm except where noted:

mil 1Oct 19 – Seattle Jazz Singers, vocal jazz, performance and history

Nov 16 – Gary Stroutsos, “Along the River” time honored stories and songs of the Lewis & Clark expedition territory

Dec 2 (2:00 pm) – The Canote Brothers, Old Time and Swing music

Jan 18 – Puget Sound Productions, original and traditional Folk music, performance and discussion about the business of music

Feb 10 (2:00-4:30 pm) - Wintergrass Festival Preview, Downtown Mountain Boys, performance and jam

Mar 15 – Edmonds-Woodway High School Jazz Ensemble

Apr 19 – Mark Press, “Music with Theater”, performance and discussion

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