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Music on the Terraces provides free concerts


Free music has returned to Terrace Park this summer as part of the city of Arlington's Music on the Terraces program.

The city's Recreation Department presents free concerts during the first three Thursdays in August.

The concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Terrace Park amphitheater at 809 E 5th Street, Arlington.

New this year is the Arlington food truck Stick It or Stuff It, which will be at the park for all of the concerts to offer their unique food options.

Food from the local business include cran-pom meatballs, sweet kielbasa and Ja'Jerk chicken.

On Aug. 11 the Pacific Northwest band Crème Tangerine will be at the park.

Crème Tangerine is known for performing the music of the Beatles, as well as a number of other classic rock and pop songs.

They have performed for organizations including Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders, Portland Trailblazers, Seattle Mariners, Microsoft, Google, Food Network and Boeing.

More information about the band is available at their website at

The local Harvey Creek Band will play on Aug. 18.

The Arlington band is known for their country and blues tunes and influenced by the Zac Brown Band, Little Big Town, Sugarland and Eric Church.

The Aug. 18 concert is sponsored by Classic Country Radio 1520 KXA AM, which has helped sponsor concerts for Music on the Terraces for five years now.

The Aug. 25 concert for Music on the Terraces has been cancelled.

Participants are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating.

Concerts from Music on the Terraces were made possible in part by assistance from the city of Arlington Hotel-Motel fund.

More information about the local concerts is available at the city of Arlington's website at


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