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Columbia Tech Center Sunday Sounds Presented by Gaynors Automotive

Crowd listening to a concert at the Columbia Tech Center Park lawn

This is the third year of our popular Sunday concert series in east Vancouver. Bring your friends and family, a picnic blanket, some lawn chairs and celebrate the summer with us! Concerts take place from 6 to 8 p.m.

The Lineup

Sunday, July 9: Hit Machine

The band plays hits from all eras such as "Stayin’ Alive" (Bee Gees), "Kiss" (Prince), "Dynamite" (Taio Cruz) and "You Shook Me All Night Long" (AC/DC). Hit Machine is a mainstay in the Portland Metro area having headlined Hood to Coast 2010-2014 in Seaside, the Fort Vancouver Fireworks 2010-2014 and many Trail Blazers playoff games. 

Sunday, July 16: Norman Sylvester Band

Norman Sylvester has been performing in the Portland area since 1985. The Band has shared the stage with BB King, James Cotton, Otis Clay, Tower of Power, Peter Frampton and many more. Their sounds can best be described as a mix of blues, funk and R&B.

Sunday, July 23: Gold Dust

This tribute band celebrating the music of Fleetwood Mac, Gold Dust offers a memorable experience of dancing and singing along to some of the most iconic lyrics of the 70's and 80's, including hits like "Rhiannon", "Landslide", "Dreams" and "Gold Dust Woman".

Sunday, July 30: Flexor T

In 2010, Brian Pelky (5 Guys Named Moe) and Joe Becker (KGW-TV) put their heads together to form a new country/rock band. Shortly thereafter, they were introduced to Rebecca Brown, a powerful blues singer. Combining Rebecca's stage presence and vocal talent with a lineup of musicians and professional dancers, this  show stopping, Vegas style country band was born! 

Sunday, Aug. 6: Quarterflash

Rindy and Marv Ross first performed together in the 70's as students at Western Oregon University. In 1980 they recorded "Harden My Heart" which led to Geffen Records signing them. Over the next decade they released four albums under the name Quarterflash, garnering gold and platinum records and tours with Elton John, Linda Ronstadt and others.

Sunday, Aug. 13: Curtis Salgado

With a career spanning forty years, award-winning soul, blues and R&B performer Curtis Salgado is a one-of-a-kind talent. From co-fronting The Robert Cray Band to leading his own (and recording nine solo studio albums) to helping transform John Belushi into "Joliet" Jake Blues to touring with Steve Miller and Santana, he is a true musical giant.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Columbia Tech Center building in East Vancouver, Washington

Columbia Tech Center in Vancouver, Washington is a long-term master-planned project that is being developed in five phases. Columbia Tech Center is being developed and managed by PacTrust, a commercial real estate owner and developer headquartered in Portland, Oregon with over 40 years of proven success in commercial real estate.

Gaynors Automovie logo from Vancouver, Washington

Voted Best of Clark County 16 times, Gaynors Automotive operates four locations in Vancouver, Washington and offers a full range of automotive services including emissions testing, vehicle inspection, shuttle assistance and towing.

Unitus Community Credit Union logo from Vancouver, Washington

In 1937, employees from Pacific Telephone & Telegraph founded the organization which became Unitus Community Credit Union. Based in Portland, Oregon, Unitus serves over 90,000 members in the Pacific Northwest. More recently, Unitus has been recognized with an Innovation and Philanthropy Award from Portland Business Journal.