Series includes five concerts at DeYoung Park and Shakespeare too
The City of Woodinville invites the entire community to enjoy Arts in the Park in Woodinville’s downtown DeYoung Park.
Bring your lunch, friends and family to enjoy a variety of music, dance and entertainment in the conveniently located downtown DeYoung Park. The one-hour concerts begin at noon each Thursday beginning July 15. Concerts feature an array of world music, dances and styles to entertain families, adults, and seniors. Picnic tables and chairs are provided at DeYoung Park on a first come, first serve basis. Some areas of the park are in the shade of the beautiful surrounding trees. Parking for all events is located adjacent to DeYoung Park.
For the Shakespeare fan, Last Leaf Productions will be providing two theater performances at Wilmot Gateway Park along the Sammamish River Trail. Bring a picnic, chairs, and friends to witness Shakespeare come to life on two Fridays at 7 p.m.
Parking for all events is located across the street adjacent to the new sports fields. All performances are free to the public.
Summer Concert Series - DeYoung Park (13680 NE 175 St.), Thursdays at noon
• July 15: Abbey Road LIVE! (Beatles Tribute)
• July 22: Bakra Bata (Caribbean Steel Drum Music & Dance)
• July 29: Normando Brenis & Rumba Kings (Latin Music and Dance)
• August 5: Global Heat (Global Fusion, Hip Hop)
• August 12: The Harmonica Pocket (Children’s Music)
Shakespeare in the Park –
Wilmot Gateway Park (17301 131st Ave NE), Fridays at 7 p.m.
• July 9: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
• July 16: A Winter’s Tale
These events are made possible through generous donations by: BECU, Pacific Medical Center, Buyers Choice, Woodinville Weekly, Last Leaf Productions, and the many volunteers who help make these free community events possible. Information on the Arts in the Parks can be found on the city’s Web site at www.ci.woodinville.wa.us or by calling the special event line at (425) 984-2346. Arts in the Parks brochures are available at local merchants, libraries and the Carol Edwards Center.