YAKIMA, Wash.-- If
you missed the final lunchtime summer concert in Yakima don't worry, they will
be back next year.
was the last lunchtime show of the summer concert series in downtown Yakima.
said they saw anywhere from 100 to 200 people at the weekly concerts, which
also gave a small economic boost to nearby businesses.
organizers said they learned a lot this year and hope to make the concerts even
better next summer.
might adjust it to make it kind of at the beginning of summer and take the
hottest part of the summer off, and then come back again when it cools down,
because September is a gorgeous month here too as well," said Yakima Economic
Development Manager, Sean Hawkins.
also said this is great for the bands who play at the concerts, because it
gives them a chance to go to a new venue and introduce themselves to a
This was the first year for the lunchtime concert series.
Friday, December 6 2013 8:09 PM EST2013-12-07 01:09:02 GMT
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