Join the Edmonds Arts Commission for the opening of this summer’s Concerts in the Park series, for a free performance by “All Mixed Up,” performing songs from the ’80s and more, on Sunday, July 10 at 3 p.m. All concerts are held in Edmonds City Park located at 3rd and Pine in downtown Edmonds. Bring the family, lawn chairs or blanket for music and family entertainment.
All Mixed Up plays upbeat popular music from the ’80s and beyond. Their extensive repertoire draws from the best rock, dance and new wave hits of that decade plus some classic rock and contemporary music when the mood strikes them.
Collectively, the band members have over 50 years experience performing at fairs, festivals and clubs around the Pacific Northwest. Band members include Gary Mullin, who performed with Steppenwolf and Heart; Brett Richards from Atlanta where he played with Hanging Francis, Starchief and Harvest; Jim Freeman from ’63 Burnout, The Spaceneedles, and The Seamonkeys; and John Hribernick & Carl Lovgren who both played with Those Guys and Sock Monkey.
This year’s Summer Concerts in the Park series is generously sponsored by Acura of Lynnwood and Lynnwood Honda. Concerts are presented by the Edmonds Arts Commission on behalf of the Edmonds City Council and are accessible to persons with disabilities. In the event of rain, the concert will be cancelled at 2:30 p.m.
The next Concert in the Park is July 17 and features the The Kellee Bradley Band playing folk/rock.