The annual Concerts in the Park Series begins July 25 with performances by the Brian Odell Band, who will provide a show of funk, fusion, and folk rock.
All concerts begin at Crown Park at 6:30 pm, typically last until 8:30 pm, and are free to the public, thanks to local sponsors. Picnic dinners are welcome, and the food vendor on site will be Natalia’s Cafe.
No alcohol, dogs, or other animals are allowed in the park.
Here’s the list of concerts in the park:
July 25: Brian Odell Band — A rock band with roots firmly grounded in funk, fusion, and folk. They artfully combine acoustic guitar, violin, electric guitar, drums, bass, and vocals in their original music & select covers for a sound that is truly unique! The band’s influences include Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Jack Johnson, & Jason Mraz. This signature sound mixed with their dynamic live performances have captivated audiences all over the Pacific Northwest!
August 1: Aaron Meyer will entertain audiences with his rock violin. His broad range of music includes everything from a dynamic rendition of Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” to his exquisite versions of Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir,” and the Beatles classic “Let it Be.” Whenever he performs, he connects with audiences of all ages, cultures and backgrounds from all around the world.
August 8: My Happy Pill is a Northwest dance band, offering a fun, eclectic, and high energy mix of funk, pop, rock, R&B, soul, and more. With a song list spanning all decades from the 70’s through today’s hits, you’ll dance the night away to your favorite classics, along with today’s best music, all done in a new, fresh way!
August 15: Sister Mercy possesses a high energy, blues driven sound. Lead singer April Brown is mesmerizing with her powerful, beautiful presence, full range vocals and complete joy in performance. The talented Scott Garcia adds guitar and vocal textures. Rounded out with Roger Espinor on drums, John Webb on bass and Debby Espinor on keys. SISTER MERCY has a unique place in the blues along with April Brown’s velvet voice the rest of the band supplies strong background vocals and original music. Semifinalist in the International Blues Challenge 2016 and 2018, SISTER MERCY was also nominated for Best New Band and Best Contemporary Blues Band for the Cascade Blues Association Muddy Awards.
To learn more visit www.cityofcamas.us/parkshome