More Outdoor Live Music Set For Downtown Everett


Lots of choices for live music in Everett this summer

Snohomish County has announced the line-up for their outdoor concert series “Music on the Plaza.” The concerts take place every Wednesday afternoon from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., July 10-Aug. 28 at the Snohomish County Campus Amphitheater, located on Rockefeller and Wall Street in downtown Everett. The concerts feature local performing artists and are presented by the Snohomish County Executive’s Office. Here is the line-up…

•July 10, Shaggy Sweet, alternative
•July 17, Courtney Marie Andrews Band, singer-songwriter
•July 24, Money Creek Mining Co., bluegrass
•July 31, Blake Noble, Australian percussive guitarist
•August 7, Crème Tangerine, Beatles covers
•August 14, Impossible Bird, fiddle-duo
•August 21, Julia Massey & the Five Finger Discount, dream-pop
•August 28, Curtis Hammond Band, nine-piece blues band

In addition to live music there are also vendors with food, flowers and more. Now while they did feature bluegrass and fiddle as a guy who hosts a morning show on the Everett country radio station, I didn’t notice any country music acts.

I also don’t see any in the line up for the outdoor series on the Wetmore Theatre Plaza called “Sets in the West Wednesdays” nor was there country music listed in the Thursday Waterfront Concert Series.

I did find rising country star Chance McKinney listed in the Saturday Waterfront Concert series so I guess its true that there will likely be live music for just about every taste in Everett this summer.

By the way there are also Children’s concerts and a Sunday series of live music. Click here for all of the Music in the Parks lineups.

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2 Responses to “More Outdoor Live Music Set For Downtown Everett”

  1. Johnny Cash Says:

    What a great way to spend the taxpayers money.


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