Summer Concert Series
Summers in Vancouver are like no other! Join us for free, family friendly concerts and enjoy some of the Pacific Northwest’s most talented artists at Vancouver parks. Grab a blanket, pack up your lawn chair and celebrate summer with the community. Concerts take place rain or shine but will be canceled in the event of thunderstorms.
Waterfront Park Concert Series presented by Waterfront Taphouse
Thursdays 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Vancouver Waterfront Park (695 Waterfront Way)
Music sounds even sweeter with sweeping views of the Columbia River! Arrive early for a delicious dinner at one of the restaurants along the waterfront or bring picnic fare to enjoy during the show. This venue also offers the unique opportunity to enjoy the concerts on the water for boat owners.
- July 6: Curtis Salgado
- July 13: Aaron Meyer – Concert Rock Violinist
- July 20: Bobby Torres Ensemble
- July 27: The Juleps
- August 3: Norman Sylvester
- August 10: Sabroso
On street parking is metered on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Outside these times it is free to park in designated spaces along the street. Parking lots operated by private business are also available. C-TRAN route 71 provides bus service to downtown Vancouver.
Sunday Sounds Concert Series presented by Riverview Bank
Sundays 6 to 8 p.m. at Columbia Tech Center Park (17701 SE Mill Plain Blvd.)
Check out the beautiful new amphitheater while enjoying an eclectic mix of music in east Vancouver. A few vendors may have food and non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase. Attendees are welcome to bring their own pre-prepared food and picnic fare.
- July 9: Prom Date Mixtape
- July 16: Petty Fever
- July 23: Kalimba the Spirit of Earth, Wind & Fire
- July 30: Roll On
- August 6: Dancehall Days
- August 13: Stayin’ Alive
Free parking is available in the field next to Columbia Tech Center Park. C-TRAN routes 30 and 37 provides bus service to Columbia Tech Center.
Waterfront Park Concert Series
Presented by Waterfront Taphouse with support from Clark Public Utilities and Port of Vancouver.
Sunday Sounds Concert Series
Presented by Riverview Bank and hosted by Columbia Tech Center with support from Clark Public Utilities.