Concerts in the Park Series begins July 7

Sunday, June 13, 2010

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council and Shoreline Bank are pleased to present the 2010 Summer of Fun Concerts in the Park series, all free summer performances. 

There is an eclectic mix of family-friendly performers, including The Diamond Experience - the Neil Diamond tribute band, and Freddy Pink - the high octane party band that will be shaking things up at the City of Shoreline’s Swingin’ Summer’s Eve. 

We even have Wooden O Shakespeare’s production of Much Ado About Nothing. Bring a picnic and some friends and come on down, rain or shine. All performances, including Shakespeare, begin at 7 pm unless otherwise noted. All events are open to both Shoreline and Lake Forest Park residents.

2010 Concerts in the Parks schedule:

Wednesday July 7
Animal Acres Park
Featuring: The James Howard Band (Blues)
(Photo right, by Bill Shanks)

Wednesday July 14
Richmond Beach Community Park
Wednesday July 21
City of Shoreline’s Swingin’ Summer Eve
Paramount Park
Featuring: Freddy Pink (Top 40)
(Photo right)

Wednesday August 4
Animal Acres Park
Artist: The Geoffrey Castle Band (Celtic/Pop/Rock)
(Photo right)

Wednesday August 11
Richmond Beach Community Park
Featuring: Orchestra Nueva Era (Latin Percussion)
(Photo right)

Tuesday August 17
North City Jazz Walk
Featuring: The Shoreline Jazz Camp Friends and
Faculty All Star Band

Shakespeare in the Park
Wednesday July 28
Wooden O Shakespeare Co. Presents:
Much Ado About Nothing
Richmond Beach Community Park

  • Animal Acres Park: NE 178th St. & Brookside Blvd in Lake Forest Park
  • Richmond Beach Community Park: Richmond Beach Rd. at 21st Ave. NW in Shoreline
  • North City Jazz Walk Performance - 17739 15th Ave NE in Shoreline
  • Paramount Park: 15300 8th Ave NE in Shoreline

All concerts are free to the community. Information about these and other Arts Council events and programs is available at the website or by calling the SLFPAC at 206-417-4645. Events are sponsored by Shoreline Bank, the cities of Lake Forest Park and Shoreline and 4Culture.

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to nurture all of the arts in the community through programs and events, arts education, advocacy, and support for artists and arts organizations.


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