West Seattle outdoor concerts this week: Alki, Hiawatha, Mount

Three of the next four nights, you are invited to enjoy free outdoor concerts in West Seattle – starting with tomorrow night at the beach! From Mary Pat Byington:

Come enjoy local artist Michael Powers play his Jazz, Rhythm and Blues music at the Alki Bathhouse. The concert will start at 6 p.m. Bring your family and friends with a picnic basket, lawn chairs, and blankets for an evening of music by the water. We are collecting non-perishable food items for the local food bank during the concert.

Then on Thursday night, it’s the second of six Summer Concerts at Hiawatha, presented by the Admiral Neighborhood Association, co-sponsored by a long list of local businesses and individuals including WSB. 6:30 pm Thursday on the east lawn at Hiawatha Community Center, it’s Back Burner – bring a picnic dinner, and bring the whole family – the kids can go test samples at the PCC Kid Picks truck, too!

And on Friday night, it’s the first of four outdoor concerts at The Mount, with Mariachi Fiesta Mexicana – doors open at Providence Mount St. Vincent (4831 35th SW) around 5 for dinner sales (optional; there’s also a beer/wine garden for 21+, and kids’ activities) – music starts at 6 – full series details here.

3 Replies to "West Seattle outdoor concerts this week: Alki, Hiawatha, Mount"

  • Out for a walk August 2, 2010 (10:05 pm)

    This is incredible! What an opportunity! Great jazz and in our back yard! I am so appreciative of the artists, and of WS Blog for making this available.
    We are truly lucky….. and most of the folks living here in WS …. don’t even realize it… or appreciate it.
    Thank you Michael Powers…. other jazz artists, and WS Blog.

    • WSB August 2, 2010 (10:10 pm)

      And lots of other cool folks making this possible too. The Alki concert is presented by Parks/Rec, I believe; we co-sponsor the Admiral concerts, and all the sponsors are listed here:
      For The Mount’s concerts, you can thank the nice folks at … The Mount!

  • grr August 3, 2010 (9:31 am)

    Sounds fun. Michael rocks.

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