Lacey and Olympia are gearing up for their annual free summer concert seasons.
Lacey in Tune kicks off its seven free noontime Wednesday concerts June 24. Olympia’s Music in the Park begins its Wednesday evening concerts July 8.
The Olympia Downtown Association announced the lineup of bands for the 36th annual Music in the Park on Tuesday.
The nine-concert free live music series kicks off at 7 p.m. July 8, and continues every Wednesday evening through the end of August at Sylvester Park at Capitol and Legion ways. The series also offers an extra Friday night concert at 7 p.m. Aug. 7 at the Port Plaza, in partnership with the Port of Olympia.
Here’s the lineup:
July 8: Abbey Road LIVE, a Beatles tribute band.
July 15: Blue Laces, a roots rock band.
July 22: Little Sara & the Night Owls, a blues band.
July 29: Lukas Rose, who does Americana music.
Aug. 5: Troubadours, a classic rock and blues band.
Aug. 7: Wally & The Beaves, which plays oldies and tunes from the Golden Age of Rock & Roll.
Aug. 12: Ben Potter Band, which blends Americana, Acoustic rock and country.
Aug. 19: Cee Cee James, who does blues and roots rock.
Aug. 26: Air Force Band of the Golden West, which plays jazz.
For more information regarding Music in the Park, go to musicintheparkolympia.com/General-Information or facebook.com/olympiadowntownassociation.
Lacey in Tune’s lineup is:
June 24: Jaspar Lepak, who performs folk and Americana.
July 1: Full Metal Racket 133rd Army Band, which plays American pop.
July 8: Danny Vernon, an Elvis impersonator.
July 15: Locust Street Taxi, which performs ska originals.
July 22: Men of Worth, a Scottish/Irish folk duo.
July 29: Prime Time Country, a country group.
Aug. 5: Ben Potter Band, the only band also playing in Olympia.
For more information about Lacey in Tune, go to ci.lacey.wa.us/events, or call 360-491-0857.