Save this: Kenmore summer events - movies, concerts

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Grab your dancing shoes, picnic basket, and blankets and go to Kenmore for a jam-packed lineup of free city-organized community events this summer!

Movies at Town Square in Kenmore
Photo courtesy City of Kenmore
Movies @ the Square

The summer movie series features family-friendly favorites shown on a large inflatable screen outdoors in the Town Square at 6728 N 181st St.

Family friendly activities, entertainment and snacks will be available at 8:00pm and movies begin at dusk.

Bring a blanket or low-back chair and cozy up under the stars for this summer’s biggest hits. Alcohol is not permitted.
  • July 10: A Dog’s Way Home
  • July 24: How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World
  • Aug 7: Mary Poppins Returns
  • Aug 21: Captain Marvel

Kenmore concerts at Saint Edward State Park
Kenmore Summer Concert Series

Put your dancing shoes on and celebrate the 17th annual Kenmore Summer Concert Series. These free community events run for six consecutive Thursdays starting July 11th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Saint Edward State Park, 14445 Juanita Drive NE

Parking for these events are FREE. A Washington State Parks Discover Pass will not be required to park in the designated concert parking area starting at 4:30pm.

Concert-goers are invited to bring blankets, lawn chairs, and picnic dinners to share a special summer night under the open sky. Food vendors will also be on-site throughout the series. Alcohol is not permitted. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome to join the festivities.
  • Jul 11: BKO Quintet (world music)
  • Jul 18: Barnes, Gordy, Walsh Trio (progressive bluegrass experimentalists)
  • Jul 25: Kawili (Hawaiian slack key traditions)
  • Aug 1: Cedric Burnside with Brett Benton (Mississippi hill country blues)
  • Aug 8: Tamar Ilana and Ventanas (world music and flamenco dance)
  • Aug 15: The Get Ahead with Lydia Ramsey (Americana soul explorations) 


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