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Summer Concerts in the Valley

Summer Concerts are back!

Each summer, Happy Valley hosts a Thursday night concert series at Happy Valley Park. Concerts are festival style seating, so bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy this free, 6-week concert series with neighbors and friends. The stage is located by the Gazebo with the splash pad and play area nearby.  Food and beverage, including beer and wine are available for purchase onsite.

As a bonus, kids can check out the Happy Zone, a fun-filled activity space that offers crafts, games and action-packed excitement. Coordinated by the Happy Valley Parks and Recreation team, this space will provide rotating activities throughout the series, so there is always something for the kids to do while you rock out to the summer tunes.

Check out this years lineup!


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Concerts in the Valley
Happy Valley Park
13770 SE Ridgecrest Rd.
Every Thursday, July 14-Aug. 25
6:30pm-8:30pm

Happy Valley Park is the place to be each Thursday night. Check out our concert lineup below and learn more about the artists!

July 14 – Gabriel Cox
Rock, Blues

July 21 – Norman Sylvester
Northwest Original Blues and R&B. The Norman Sylvester Band started performing in the Portland Area in 1985!

July 28 – Britnee Kellogg
Britnee is a county singer-songwriter and plays both originals and cover. Her sound has been compared with Miranda Lambert and R

August 11 – Dancehall Days
Cover band playing 70’s – 2000’s, Pop, Rock, Soul RnB Blues, Country

August 18 – Son De Cuba
Latin Jazz, Salsa & Merengue. Son De Cuba blends this vast knowledge of different beats together in classic and modern Latin songs, exuding energy, happiness, and encouraging you to dance!

August 25 – Ian James
The musical love-child of James Taylor & Michael Jackson!

SUMMER CONCERT SPONSORS
Concerts in the Valley is brought to you by Happy Valley Parks and Recreation, with support from the following community sponsors: