Whether new to the music of the Beatles or someone who considers it the soundtrack to their life, Wednesday is the opportunity to see the dynamic five-piece Beatles cover band Crème Tangerine perform at the annual “Music on the Plaza” summer concert series.
As featured on the BBC, CBS, and in the Seattle Times, Crème Tangerine has performed as part of the largest events in the Pacific Northwest, recreating not only the Fab Four’s greatest hits but the “White Album” and “Abbey Road” in their entirety.
The band is the fourth performance in the free eight-week program, presented by the Snohomish County Executive Office and held at the Snohomish County Campus amphitheater, located at Rockefeller Avenue and Wall Street in Everett.
Don’t miss other great bands and musical styles – including local jazz and rock 'n' roll – between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. each Wednesday through Aug. 29. Bring a sack lunch or treat yourself to kettle corn, burgers and brats from the Comcast Arena Grill. Grab some fresh flowers from local Hmong growers while you explore other vendors and savor the summer.
Remaining concert series schedule:
Aug. 8 Preacher’s Wife, Twang-Pop
Aug. 15 Hejira Network, World Music
Aug. 22 Jenny Vick, Jazzy Pop-Rock
Aug. 29 Jètte and the Resonators, Classic-Rock
For information, contact Jessica Voelker, tourism coordinator, at (425) 388-3139 or go to www.snoco.org.