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A Summer of FREE Music in the Park in Sequim

Updated: Jun 24



OPENING TUESDAY JUNE 28TH


MUSIC IN THE PARK is a unique opportunity for you to enjoy live music starting at 6PM on Tuesday evenings in Carrie Blake Park at the James Center for the Performing Arts. MUSIC IN THE PARK is produced by KSQM (your listener-supported, commercial free community radio) and the Sequim City Arts Advisory Commission. MUSIC IN THE PARK opens Tuesday, June 28th at 6PM, with “Family Jazz Night”, featuring Sarah Shea and Jean Lenke. Join Sarah and Jean for an evening of Family-Friendly Jazz. They will be highlighting children and family favorites from Disney, Raffi, Sesame Street, Weird Al, the American Songbook and more! Yes, Jazz can be FUN! Bring a blanket or chairs, a picnic and your dancing shoes! MUSIC IN THE PARK continues every Tuesday evening through August 30th…featuring the talents of: Buck Ellard Band - July 5th John Hoover & The Mighty Quinns - July 12th Music by The Shift - July 19th Backwoods Hucksters - July 26th Bread and Gravy Quintet - August 2nd Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” - August 9th Navy Band Northwest - August 16th Black Diamond Junction - August 23rd Sound Advice - August 30th The Sequim Valley Lions Food Truck & Ulivo Pizza will offer food and refreshments.

For more info go to KSQM FM 91.5 @ https://ksqmfm.com/ MUSIC IN THE PARK is Presented by FIRST FED. Please visit www.ourfirstfed.com. Please check the Sequim Gazette, Facebook page and the Sequim Chamber of Commerce Calendar.

Location: JAMES CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, SEQUIM, WA 98382


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