Mostly Music in the Park: the 2012 Lineup

Mostly Music in the Park is an island summer concert series coordinated by the Mercer Island Arts Council for the months of July and August. The free concerts are held two times a week, right in the Downtown Neighborhood’s own Mercerdale Park.

Windermere Mercer Island has been a proud sponsor of Mostly Music in the Park for the past 14 years. Recently, the 2012 line up was announced and we are really excited for this concert series. There’s going to be quite a variety of music styles represented. Below is the line up– including dates, band descriptions and links to their websites. All concerts are scheduled for 7pm to 8:30pm.

Plan to attend a concert or two. Pack a picnic dinner, and bring your family, or a few friends, for an evening of fun that’s on the house!

Enjoy!

2012 Concert Dates (Sundays & Thursdays):

Sunday, July 22
Dixie Kings Jazz Brass
Old school jazz with audience sing-a-longs

Thursday, July 26
Eclectic Approach
Original songs of blended poetic hip-hop infi ltrated with rock

Sunday, July 29
Convergence Zone Bluegrass
Bluegrass and country, folk and a little pop

Thursday, August 2
Wild Snohomians
A little bit country, a lil’ bit rock-n-roll with a taste of rock-a-bility and swing

Sunday, August 5
Snake Suspenderz
Cartoon jazz with a blend of hits from the 1920’s & 1930’s

Thursday, August 9
Rouge
French Café music

Sunday, August 12
Route 66
Big Band sound from the Swing era


Thursday, August 16

Ruzivo
High-energy Afropop music with Zimbabwean and South African influences

Sunday, August 19
Smilin’ Scandinavians
Mix of Polka, Scandinavian folk, traditional country western, Dixieland and Big Band Swing

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