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An event every week that begins at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating until Aug. 30, 2022
The City of Gig Harbor is pleased to announce the return of the much-loved summer series of concerts at Skansie Brothers Park for 2022. Set along the waterfront in the shadow of Mount Rainer, 10 Tuesday evening concerts span a variety of music genres that are sure to appeal to all audiences. Guests are welcome to arrive by land or by boat at Skansie Brothers Park for the 6-8 p.m. performance.
2022 Concert Schedule:
· June 28 – Soul Searching recreates the legendary sounds of #1 hit artists Aretha Franklin and Elvis Presley for audiences all over the Pacific Northwest.
· July 5 – Good Co re-imagines today’s dance music by taking the sound and style of the past and flipping it on its head, traversing Funk, Pop, Electro Swing, and everything danceable.
· July 12 – ABBAGraphs recreates the pop magic of ABBA’s chart-topping, classic pop hits of the 70s and early 80s, plus top hits of the disco era.
· July 19 – The Profits – the popular Gig Harbor-based cover band plays danceable hits from across several genres.
· July 26 – The Paperboys – music from a freewheeling blend of influences from Celtic and bluegrass, Mexican son jarocho, brass bands, and Canadian roots, called everything from Cajun slamgrass to worldbeat.
· Aug 2 – Mark Hurwitz and Gin Creek – A two-time nominee for Best Band by the Washington Blues Society, with a style including blues, as well as roots rock, New Orleans funk, and soul.
· August 9 –The Beatniks – a beloved favorite, Gig Harbor’s own Beatniks perform 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s music with unparalleled energy and passion.
· August 16 – Abney Park – a mix of Gypsy Rock, EDM, Electro Swing, Industrial Dance, and Western music.
· August 23 – Nate Botsford – Country recording artist Nate Botsford and band bring the party with recognizable hits that span genres and original songs.
· August 30 –Sounds Like Dolores – the quintessential party band plays a diverse song list of energetic rock, pop, and country dance music from the 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s.
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