|4th of July Concerts in the Park|
|Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff|
As part of the new Celebrate Woodinville the city is hosting a free concert at Wilmot Gateway Park on the 4th of July. Three bands will play family-friendly music from the afternoon to early evening, giving people plenty of time to picnic and listen to music before heading off somewhere else to see fireworks displayed. (See page 3.)
If you’re not keen on bringing your own picnic, there will be popular food trucks on hand during the concert, including The Box (Asian Fusion), Mocha Medic (hot and cold beverages) Pop! Gourmet Popcorn, G&G Dogs, Parfait Ice Cream, and Google Zagat to rate your experience. And the Woodinville Rotary will also be there to support this community event.
4th of July Concert schedule:
1:30-3 p.m .— Fusion is a group of high school students, but don’t think garage band, this group of musicians play blues, pop, soul, Latin and up-tempo jazz.
3:30-5 p.m. — Brian Butler Blues Band has been a popular draw in the Northwest for years, performing high-energy blues at Bumbershoot and other regional music festivals.
5:30-7 p.m. — The Freckles Brown Band plays both original and classic rock.
For additional information: (425) 481-8300.