Gig Harbor’s Summer Sounds At Skansie Announces 2016 Lineup
Gig Harbor, Wash. March 2nd, 2016 - The City of Gig Harbor has announced the line up for Summer Sounds at Skansie 2016. The extremely popular and free outdoor concert series will begin on June 28th and run on consecutive Tuesdays until August 16th. All concerts start at 6:30pm and are held on the waterfront in Skansie Brothers Park, in downtown Gig Harbor. The event is rain or shine. The concerts are sponsored by CHI Franciscan Health and Harbor Hill.
July 5th 133rd Army National Guard Band www.music.army.mil
July 12th Rich Wetzel’s Groovin' Higher Orchestra www.facebook.com/groovinhigher
July 19th The Beatniks www.thebeatniks.com
July 26th Ruthie Craft and the Giants www.facebook.com/ruthiecraftmusic
August 2nd The David Correa Group www.davidcorreaandcascada.com
August 9th The Olson Bros Band www.theolsonbrosband.com
August 16th Sounds Like Dolores www.facebook.com/SoundsLikeDolores
Returning in 2016 is the popular restaurant delivery service to the park by Gig Harbor’s favorite downtown eateries. Concert goers are encouraged to ride the Gig Harbor Trolley and bring lawn chairs and blankets. Gig Harbor parks are no smoking parks. For best viewing only small umbrellas are permitted, and please be respectful of your neighbors. Please note: Chairs may be moved if necessary for set up and safety and set up of chairs is allowed beginning at 7am each day of event.
About Gig Harbor
Known as the most picturesque harbor in the Northwest, Gig Harbor is an easily accessible, relaxing destination with lots to see and do. Gig Harbor offers shopping along the waterfront as well as uptown, fine and casual dining, and overnight stays in small to mid-size inns and bed and breakfasts. Yachting is big here with private marinas and a public boat dock. Kayak, paddleboard and boat rentals are available as are harbor boat tours. The community’s fishing village heritage is evidenced at the Harbor History Museum and public landmarks. Several top golf courses including Chambers Bay and Gold Mountain are a short drive away, while trails, parks and charming neighborhoods invite walking and cycling. Delightful festivals and inspiring events add to the mix. For additional visitor information on Gig Harbor, Washington’s Maritime City, please access www.gigharborguide.com.
Gig Harbor, Washington’s Maritime City.