Loads of entertainment will pack the waterfront with an eclectic taste of music that includes rock, jazz, Sea Shanty, Big Band, Country, and dance.

Check back for more info as we form the line-up!

Thursday, June 15

11:00 am: Acoustic Nautilus

12:00 pm: Cosmos Dream

1:00 pm: William Pint & Felicia Dale

2:00 pm: Big Time Rhythm

3:00 pm Captain Matt & Tugboat

4:00 pm: Dick & Carol Holdstock

6:00 pm: The Totem Aires

Friday, June 16

9:00 am: Hank Cramer

10:00 am: Dick & Carol Holdstock

11:00 am: William Pint & Felicia Dale

12:00 pm: Big Time Rhythm

1:00 pm: Hank Cramer

2:00 pm: Mr. Blackwatch

3:00 pm: Possible Solutions

Saturday, June 17

9:00 am: Dick & Carol Holdstock

10:40 am: MEZZE

12:15 pm: Hank Cramer

1:15 pm: William Pint & Felicia Dale

2:00 pm: Symphony Tacoma

3:30 pm: Possible Solutions


Sunday, June 18

9:00 am: The Whateverly Brothers

10:00 am: Captain Matt & Tugboat

11:00 am: MEZZE

12:00 pm: Big Time Rhythm

1:00 pm: Acoustic Nautilus

2:00 pm: Wendy Joseph

3:00 pm: BilgeRats & Pyrettes

4:00 pm: Almost Blue

Symphony Tacoma, Sarah Ioannides, Music Director

Symphony Tacoma, Sarah Ioannides, Music Director

Inspiring audiences with live musical experiences that transcend tradition, the newly-renamed Symphony Tacoma (formerly Tacoma Symphony Orchestra) has been a vital part of Tacoma’s cultural landscape for 70 years. In 2014, Symphony Tacoma welcomed new music director Sarah Ioannides, whom the Los Angeles Times called “one of six female conductors breaking the glass podium.”

Established in 1946 with 30 volunteer musicians from the University of Puget Sound, the organization was professionalized in 1993 under the leadership of Harvey Felder, now conductor laureate.  Today’s Symphony Tacoma is a metropolitan professional symphony orchestra with eighty-plus orchestral musicians and a volunteer chorus of 70.  Keeping live musical performance alive in the heart of the region, Symphony Tacoma concertizes for an annual audience of nearly 20,000 citizens throughout Pierce County and the Greater Puget Sound area.

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