The Musicians of 2013 SummerSet Arts Festival: Celebrating Ronald Bog

Monday, August 19, 2013

Acoustic music by local musicians to be featured at Ronald Bog this September 7th, 1-5pm.


a capella sounds of 5bit
at the SummerSet Arts Festival

SummerSet Arts Festival 2013 offers multiple music tents sprinkled around the park. The variety is lush – Celtic music by Laurie Riley and Susan Burke, jazz by Brittain Barber and Friends, smooth and funky acapella by 5Bit, and Scandinavian and Irish tunes by Sarah and Steve Funk.

There's more! Kitty-corner neighbor to the park, Aurora Church will play folk music, Ed Goldstick plays tunes from the Great American Songbook: Popular Tunes of the 1920's-1950's, Around the Sound Clarinets will wow us, and Tierra Caliente Mexican music will be performed by Paul Anastasio and Elena DeLisle-Perry.

Bluegrass jam with Tom Peterson

What – you say you like Old Time, Americana, and Bluegrass? All are in for an audio treat with extended jams led by Sheila Blech Long and Tom Petersen, and if you haven't seen the Peterka Family's Kaywompus String Band, you've got to come down and hear the fun for yourself.
For a pre-festival listen, check out Elena DeLisle and Paul Anastasio on soundcloud and 5Bit on Youtube

Laura Riley, harpist

SummerSet Arts Festival: Celebrating Ronald Bog on September 7th, is a free-to-the-public, non-commercial, community event that features an outdoor temporary sculpture exhibition - including a large Shoreline community art project installation, art-making booths for all ages, hula hooping, live music, and more! 

The 2013 festival is sponsored by the City of Shoreline, local businesses, Shoreline Historical Museum, Shoreline-LFP Arts Council, 4Culture, Rotary Club Foundation, CleanScapes, and Meridian Park Neighborhood Association.

To get involved with the festivities or to make a donation to support the ongoing project, contact festival founder and director Cynthia Knox 206-218-3302.


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