Music on the Lawn

Posted June 19, 2018 at 5:47 am by

Island Rec is very excit­ed to announce the 2018 Music on the Lawn Sum­mer Con­cert Series.

This long-stand­ing con­cert series is on Wednes­day nights from 6:30–8:15, locat­ed at the San Juan His­tor­i­cal Muse­um, which is at 405 Price Street.

It is a per­fect time to grab a blan­ket or bring a chair and have a pic­nic. Get ready to get up and dance as well as this year we have excep­tion­al­ly dancer-friend­ly groups of musi­cians lined up. Check them out: 

  • June 27 – Rocky Bay Band – Join Steve Dyer and his string band for an evening of blue­grass. They are one of the North­west ‘bestest’ blue­grass groups play­ing time­less favorites with a ‘twang’. The Rocky Bay Band is known for hard-dri­ving, high-ener­gy blue­grass – Amer­i­cana pick’n at its best.
  • July 11 – Megs McClean – Megs and her band deliv­er an ener­getic mix of gui­tar dri­ven coun­try rock orig­i­nals and ener­getic cov­ers. Megs break­out sin­gle “It’s My Truck” broke the top 10 ‘Next Women of Coun­try’ and ‘Coun­try Pick of the Week”. She has played for Tay­lor Swift and Ken­ney Ches­ney audi­ences and head­lines numer­ous North­west events.
  • July 18 – The Mix — The Mix com­bines the best of a live band with non-stop song mix­es, play­ing not only the best cur­rent Top 40, but every­thing from 70’s funk and dis­co to 80’s pop & rock. The Mix hails from Seat­tle and is high ener­gy — play­ing at fes­ti­vals, clubs and casi­nos all up and down the I‑5 corridor.
  • July 25 – The Pop-Offs – The Pop-Offs is a clas­sic pop rock band that plays songs from the 60’s through today. They are known for their near per­fect ren­di­tions of The Police, Queen, and such. They played a half-time cer­e­mo­ny for a Sea­hawks game to great suc­cess a few years ago and have been con­tin­u­ing to rock the region since.
  • August 1 – Duke and Mojo Nation – This local rock band knows its music and impress­es all audi­ences. Pop rock-and-roll at its best. Steve Cut­ting and his crew are old hands at mov­ing you from your seat to the dance floor/lawn. His new crew of band­mates have upped their game from an already impres­sive show.
  • August 8 – The Crocs — Back by very pop­u­lar demand, this impro­vi­sa­tion­al-Indie-funk-Latin-reg­gae-folk rock band plays mem­o­rable cov­ers of your favorite songs. They’re the per­fect act to encap­su­late the sum­mer. They had a big crowd up and danc­ing two years ago and we just had to have them back., 360–378-4953, 580 Guard St. Mon­day – Fri­day 11:00–5pm.

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Categories: Live Music, Recreation

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