Free entertainment abounds
Summer concerts continue; movies in the park begin
The summer outdoor concerts in the park are still pouring music into the open air, so pack your picnic, blankets or low sand chairs and head out to enjoy free entertainment. This weeks lineup includes:
5 Guys Named Moe perform at 7 p.m. at Marylhurst University as part of the Summer on the Green entertainment series. This 11-piece dance band plays the best dance hits from the 70s to today.
July 18, 19 and 20
The Would-Be Gentleman, Masque Alfresco will perform Molieres Commedia dellarte Satire at 7 p.m. at George Rogers Park, 611 S. State St. Lake Oswego, on the lawn in front of the iron admission is free though the hat will be passed at the end of the show to defray expenses.
The show continues Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings through Aug. 24. This is appropriate for the whole family.
The Moonlight and Music concert series continues at Millennium Plaza Park at 6 p.m. with Naomi LaViolette.
A songwriter, pianist and vocalist, LaViolette has found an acoustic niche between the worlds of folk singer-songwriter and jazz soulstress. Her music strikes a distinctive balance between a variety of musical styles and soul-filled honesty.
LaViolettes roots are deep in classical music, with a masters degree in classical piano performance. Shes immersed herself in jazz standards, folk songs, soul, pop and gospel music.
All these influences weave in and throughout LaViolettes songs, creating a musical vibe that is both vintage and current at the same time.
The Sounds of Summer concert at Foothills Park features Beatles tribute band Paperback Writer.
The Beatles Experience will take its audience on a trip through the musical years of the worlds most successful and popular rock group of all time.
Hear the melodic hits from the early years of the Ed Sullivan Show and The Beatles first full length film A Hard Days Night performed with spot on authenticity.
Featuring multiple costume changes, Paperback Writer leaves no stone unturned in presenting the most complex of production numbers with a true Magical Mystery Tour down Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields while dressed smartly in the colorful and familiar Sgt. Peppers costumes.
Clackamas Community Band will present a musical variety concert at 7 p.m. at Hammerle Park, 1505 Lewis St. in West Linn. Members of Bolton Neighborhood Association will be serving ice cream at the event. Those attending are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket as seating is limited.
Paperback Writer will appear at Tanner Creek Park located at 3456 Parker Road in West Linn. The music begins at 6:30 p.m.
Movies in the Park begin July 24
Super Buddies rated PG will open Lake Oswegos Movies in the Park series at Millennium Plaza Park. Bring blankets, pillows and low sand chairs. Show starts at dusk, approximately 8:30 to 9 p.m.
Come early for the best seating.
West Linns Movies in the Park series continues with a screening of Rudy at Midhill Park, 18505 Upper Midhill Drive 8:30 p.m. July 25.Add a comment