2013 Summer Out to Lunch Lineup Released

Ready for Summer? Now you have even more to look forward to with the return of a Downtown Seattle summer tradition!

OTL2012_LogoTransparentThe 2013 Out to Lunch Summer Concert Series kicks off July 10th and continues throughout the summer with a diverse lineup of musical performances. Now in its 35th year, the Out To Lunch IMG_1227 series is a production of the Metropolitan Improvement District in cooperation with the Downtown Seattle Association featured in various parks and venues throughout Downtown Seattle. These free concerts will take place every Wednesday and Friday from noon to 1:30 and are open to the public.

Print the schedule and get more out of your summer

Click here for a printable PDF version of the 2013 Out to Lunch schedule.  And, be sure to visit our Summer in Seattle page to fill up your summer itinerary and to enter a giveaway featuring a fantastic prize package.

Take a peek at a few of the artists we’ll be enjoying this summer:

 

 

Here’s a full list of artists, performance dates & locations! Pack your lunch, get excited, and we’ll see you this summer!

 

Date

Venue

Band

Genre

Wednesday, July 10

Westlake Park

Delhi 2 Dublin

United Nations of Rock ‘n’ Roll

Friday, July 12

Columbia Center

Pearl Django

Gypsy Jazz

Wednesday, July 17

Two Union Square

Mycle Wastman

Soulful Sounds from “The Voice”

Friday, July 19

Occidental Square

Ayron Jones and The Way

Raw, Soulful, Blues Guitarist

Wednesday, July 24

Bank of America

Fifth Avenue Plaza

Zoe Muth

Cosmic Americana

Friday, July 26

Occidental Square

Dan Hicks and The Hot Licks

Swing, Jazz, Folk and Country

Wednesday, July 31

Metropolitan Park

The Gum

Crazy Retro Rock

Friday, August 2

Harbor Steps

LeRoy Bell

Rock & Soul

Wednesday, August 7

Columbia Center

The Daily Flash

Seattle’s Original Alternative Rock Band

Friday, August 9

Harbor Steps

The Paperboys

Country, Folk, Celtic, Bluegrass Rock

Wednesday, August 14

Two Union Square

Portland Cello Project

Indie Orchestra

Friday, August 16

Harbor Steps

Dusty 45s

Twang Country, Jump Blues, Pure Rock ‘n’ Roll

Wednesday, August 21

Two Union Square

Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys

American Roots, Western Swing, Rockabilly

Friday, August 23

Waterfront Park

My Goodness

Power Rock Duo

Wednesday, August 28

Wells Fargo Center

Spencer Day

Pop Jazz Vocalist

Friday, August 30

Occidental Square

Clinton Fearon

Roots Reggae

Wednesday, Sept. 4

Waterfront Park

Baskery

Alt/Country/Punk from Sweden

Friday, Sept.6

Bank of America

Fifth Avenue Plaza

Fremont Abbey presents  Cellar Door & Pepper Proud

New Acoustic Sounds

Wednesday, Sept. 11

Federal Courthouse

Stephen Kellogg

Impassioned Singer Songwriter

Friday, Sept. 13

Freeway Park

Hey Marseilles

Orchestral Folk

Wednesday, Sept. 18

Federal Courthouse

Mango Son

Latin Salsa

Friday, Sept. 20

Westlake Park

March Fourth Marching Band

Kaleidoscope of Musical and Visual Energy

 

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10 responses

  • May 29th, 2013 at 16:40

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  • Fred
    June 7th, 2013 at 06:12

    I wish this page was a PDF so I could print the concerts for my friends.

  • June 12th, 2013 at 20:17

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  • Carney Asada
    June 20th, 2013 at 14:38

    Nice, well rounded, line up. I’m glad to see Zoe Muth is performing. I was afraid we lost her since she moved to Austin, TX. Thanks for the free music, Seattle.

  • Jack Hart
    July 3rd, 2013 at 12:36

    I play in VamoLa, a Community Samba band that plays most major festival events in King County. Is there someone I could speak to about playing in next year’s Out to Lunch series?

    Thanks much,

    Jack Hart

  • Cary
    July 10th, 2013 at 13:39

    Just saw the band Dehli to Dublin at the Westlake Center OTL concert. The sound was great, good sized crowd, and the band was great! Thanks for the show!

  • Karen
    July 18th, 2013 at 14:45

    12:00-1:00 PM, huh? I’m sure the unemployed vagrants will enjoy the show while the rest of us are at work. Maybe after 6:00 PM would work better for the working stiffs?

  • Thomas
    July 28th, 2013 at 20:49

    This is a great “free” lineup! Dan Hicks, the Paperboys, Big Sandy could all be bumbershoot draws.

  • Shannon Morris
    August 23rd, 2013 at 20:02

    I cannot tell from this, where exactly and what time exactly will march fourth marching band be playing? thank you!