After dismal attendance at its noon concerts at DeYoung Park last year, the city and the have revamped the summer concerts and moved them to four summer evenings at the Slough-side .
The concerts are free and for all ages, there will be food available for purchase and a wine garden featuring some of Woodinville’s best wineries. Details will be reported on Woodinville Patch as they are released.
The concerts by the Sammamish Slough is the first part of a new Celebrate Woodinville which the city and the chamber hope will become a series of events throughout town that will culminate in a larger summer festival next year.
The concerts are Wednesdays from 7-8:30 p.m. Here is the lineup:
July 18--Carrie Clark and the Lonesome Lovers, Clark sings everything from classic country to surging rock.
July 25-- The Highlife, the Seattle based band performs reggae with jazz, Latin and Caribbean influences.
August 1-- The Emily McIntosh Soul Band, Woodinville’s own McIntosh has opened for Al Green and brings the style of Adele and Joss Stone to the concert lineup.
August 8-- Northern Departure is a bluegrass band that will bring foot stompin’ energy to the Slough-side concerts.