SOUND BITES: Downtown Tacoma’s New Summer Concert Series

SOUND BITES: Downtown Tacoma’s New Summer Concert Series

SOUND BITES: Downtown Tacoma’s New Summer Concert Series


Summer is back in Downtown Tacoma!! To celebrate, we invite you to enjoy free live music, outdoor dining, and a 21+ area for our summer concert series, Sound Bites at 8th Street and Pacific Avenue downtown.

The family-friendly Sound Bites kicks off on August 4th and will run every Wednesday night through September 1st. That is five different nights to grab your friends and family and come hang out with us in Downtown Tacoma.

From 5-8 pm, you will be able to order food to-go from area restaurants and enjoy it outside while listening to various artists curated by Alma Mater Tacoma. Are you over 21?? Make sure to check out our designated area to enjoy an adult beverage from The Matador.

Each night different artists and entertainment will be happening between 8th Street and Pacific Avenue. The lineup includes

August 4: Tacoma Night Market, Baloogz, and a performance by Among Authors

August 11th: DJ QJ, Taliwhoah, and Adrian Milanio

August 18th: Black Family Radio, Willow Bridget, and Spirit Award

August 25th: DJ Jean Coup, Warren Dunes, and Colonies

September 1st: Sally Cannoli, a Drag performance, and Josiah!

Sound Bites is made possible by our presenting sponsor, JSquared Investment, sponsors Shaub Properties, Sound Transit, and Puget Sound Family Health, and our partnership with the City of Tacoma, NWStage, Alma Mater Tacoma, and The Matador.

Grab your friends and come have a bite, and enjoy some summer sounds in Downtown Tacoma!

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