Free Noon Concerts at Esther Short Park Wednesdays 12-1 pm
July 11 @ 12:00 pm - August 15 @ 1:00 pm
Our noon concerts are a great way to add some musical inspiration to your work week! Bring your friends and family down to Esther Short Park on Wednesdays throughout July and August, grab a spot on the lawn and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and sounds of summer. Enjoy food provided by a variety of local vendors or bring your own pre-prepared and cold food (BBQs are not allowed at Esther Short Park).
Concerts take place from Noon to 1 p.m. Parking is available at the Vancouvercenter garage at 601 Columbia St.
Founded in 1970 right here in Vancouver, Washington, the Vancouver Pops Orchestra has been a favorite at past concerts. Their mission is to inspire, motivate, and educate in a positive and encouraging environment.
Hailing from Vancouver, Washington, The Pearls are a vocal-driven band with songs the blend the spirit of travel and adventure with Cajun, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and country influences.
The Juleps are an Andrews Sisters-style, Vancouver based trio who sing jazz, blues and swing-town tunes. The Juleps have performed at the Kiggins Theatre, Fremont Theater, The Secret Society, and many other local venues.
Fronted by married duo Matt and Jenny Behnke, Skybound Blue is harmony-driven Americana. Their music has been hand selected for Portland’s KINK Homegrown Music Compilation and for national ad campaigns with Woolrich.
An indie rock band that draws from diverse European and American roots, Mbrascatu uses expressive Italian lyrics and energetic rhythms to dance to.
The One of a Kind Drumline was started in 2003 at Vancouver’s King Elementary School by Edward A. Esparza and seven students. The group has grown to include students from grades 2 through 12 and beyond, who play the drums while promoting community involvement and volunteerism.