Edmonds Arts Commission’s Summer Concert Series continues
Join the Edmonds Arts Commission for Summer Concerts in the Parks, with Jeff Evans Tuesday, Aug. 20, in the Hazel Miller Plaza, Scott Lindenmuth on Thursday, Aug. 22, in the Hazel Miller Plaza and The Weavils on Sunday, Aug. 25, in City Park.
Jeff Evans – noon Tuesday, Aug. 20, in the Hazel Miller Plaza
Magician Jeff Evans career in magic began at age 12 when he found a book on coin tricks at his grandparent’s house. He is now well known as an innovative performer in the world of magic.
Bring the whole family for an afternoon of entertaining, interactive, and truly amazing magic! The show begins at noon in the Hazel Miller Plaza, located at 5th and Maple in downtown Edmonds. The Hazel Miller Concerts are sponsored by the Hazel Miller Foundation.
Scott Lindenmuth – 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, in the Hazel Miller Plaza
Scott Lindenmuth is a guitarist with few boundaries. A master of many styles, he is one of the few guitarists in the world today that can easily transition from jazz to electric blues, classical to rock, funk, and fusion displaying fluid technique and virtuosic ability in all genres.
Known in the '80s and '90s as the go-to guitar instructor in the Northwest, his students include a who's who of famed Seattle area guitarists performing in bands such as Nirvana, Soundgarden, Rail, Metallica, Tom Waits, Metal Church, Sanctuary, Alan White, and the Gothard Sisters.
The show begins at 5 p.m. in the Hazel Miller Plaza, located at 5th and Maple in downtown Edmonds. The Hazel Miller Concerts are sponsored by the Hazel Miller Foundation.
The Weavils – 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25, in City Park
Led by their entertaining MC and banjo player, Greg Lawless, the band performs a variety of genres, making them not only hard to classify, but uniquely diverse.
The group plays bluegrass, Western Swing, Cajun, “Celtgrass”, Hawaiian and even a rendition of a recent pop song made famous by Norah Jones. Blended into the mix are songs written by their talented fiddle and mandolin player, Mark Steudel.
All of these songs are tied together by the harmonious sounds of a magnificent dobro, played by Mark Meyers, who also provides the sweet harmonica interludes.
The show begins at 3 p.m. in Edmonds City Park, located at 3rd and Pine in downtown Edmonds. Bring the family, lawn chairs or blanket and join us for some great music and family entertainment. In the event of rain, the concert will be cancelled at 2:30 p.m. The Concerts in City Park are sponsored by Lynnwood Honda and Acura of Lynnwood.
Concerts are presented by the Edmonds Arts Commission on behalf of the Edmonds City Council and are accessible to persons with disabilities.
More information: www.edmondsartscommission.org.