Kent Station releases summer concert lineup

Scheduled to run July 14 through Aug. 18 if COVID-19 protocols allow

Darren Motamedy is scheduled to play July 21 at one of the free Kent Station summer concerts. COURTESY PHOTO, Darren Motamedy

Darren Motamedy is scheduled to play July 21 at one of the free Kent Station summer concerts. COURTESY PHOTO, Darren Motamedy

Kent Station released its summer concert schedule for the shopping center, 417 Ramsay Way.

“We are excited to announce our lineup – understanding that a lot of things depend on the guidelines and the current COVID-19 situation,” according to a Kent Station statement. “Please continue to wear masks, get the vaccine when you can and let’s kick this thing so we can get back to our fun summer concerts.”

Kent Station concerts begin July 14 and are outside in the plaza in front of AMC Theatre. More details will be released later about social distancing protocols.

The city of Kent also plans to offer this summer its noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday Picnic Performances at Morrill Meadows Park and the Thursdays at the Lake concerts from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Lake Meridian Park. Schedules for each will be announced later this year.

All concerts are free.

​Kent Station concerts

Wednesdays | 6-8 p.m. | July 14-Aug. 18

​• July 14: Jessica Lynne Witty, contemporary country

​• July 21: Darren Motamedy, smooth jazz

​• July 28: Aaron Crawford, cascade country

​• Aug. 4: The Jewel Tones, Motown vocal trio

​• Aug. 11: Nite Wave, 80’s new wave

​• Aug. 19: Shaggy Sweet, pop/rock covers & originals




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