Music on the Plaza kicks off July 9 on Snohomish County campus
From electro-pop to country rock to solo blues, Snohomish County’s 2014 Music on the Plaza lineup features an artist for every musical taste.
The annual free lunchtime concert series kicks off Wednesday, July 9, at the Snohomish County campus amphitheater, 3000 Rockefeller Ave., Everett.
Local vendors will also set up on the county campus, offering visitors the chance to purchase locally grown flowers and homemade goods, and sample foods from local merchants.
Musical performances run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Wednesday, from July 9 through Aug. 27:
July 9: Bradford Loomis Band, American folklore roots
July 16: Ayron Jones, soulful, electrifying blues
July 23: Fauna Shade, euphoric rock & roll
July 30: Nigel Mustafa, reggae-rock
Aug. 6: Preacher’s Wife, introspective indie-folk
Aug. 13: Ian McFeron, country infused roots rock
Aug. 20: Arkomo, electronic-inflected experimental pop
Aug. 27: Curtis Hammond Band, 9 piece rhythm & blues band
The artists represent a wide range of the best and newest bands in Puget Sound this summer.
Fauna Shade, contestant at EMP’s Sound Off! Battle of the Bands, will shred guitar during the summer concert series. Sam Anderson of Hey Marseilles will present his new solo project Arkomo – making its Everett debut.
Ian McFeron will bring his Bob Dylan-esque country-infused rock to the county plaza, as well.
For information, contact Jessica Voelker at 425-388-3139 or visit www.snoco.org.
-Edited by Beacon staff