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Columbia Tech Center to host new concert series

Columbia Tech Center will begin their new three-week-long concert series, “Sunday Sounds,” this Sunday. These free concerts will run from 1-3 p.m. for the next three weeks, with each week featuring a different singer or group. The series will open with Portland-based jazz singer and saxophonist Patrick Lamb. More information about Lamb, including other upcoming shows and samples of his music, can be found at patricklamb.com

An Aug. 2 concert will feature Portland group, Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts, who have been playing rock and roll in the classic style since 1978. A schedule of Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts’ other appearances, more information about the band itself, and samples of the band’s music can be found at johnnylimbo.com

This series close Aug. 9 with award-winning Curtis Salgado, a blues and R&B singer from Eugene. Salgado has been playing in various groups since the 1960s. More about Salgado’s music, appearances, and the man himself can be found at curtissalgado.com

All three shows will host local food vendors, but attendees are welcome bring their own food and drinks as well. Blankets and chairs are recommended, and leashed dogs are allowed. However, alcohol, barbeques and smoking are prohibited in the park.

The park is located at the Columbia Tech Center, 1498 SE Tech Center Drive, south of Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard. Free parking is available on the southeast corner of Southeast Tech Center Drive and Sequoia Circle next to the park. Volunteer opportunities for this series have been filled.

For more information on this series visit cityofvancouver.us/parksrec/page/city’s-new-“columbia-tech-center-sunday-sounds”-summer-concert-series-starts-july-26.

Photo Credit: Patrick Lamb

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