KEXP Suggests: Out to Lunch Summer Concert Series

Local Music, KEXP Suggests
07/06/2017
Dusty Henry

What does your typical lunch break look like? Shoving a sandwich in your face in the break room? Enduring the long lines at your favorite food truck? With summer in full force, maybe it's time to mix it up. The 39th annual Out To Lunch Summer Concert Series, presented by the Downtown Seattle Association, is here to treat you with some of the city's best talent during your midday break. This year they're upping the ante, presenting 47 concerts with performances each day between July 5 and Sept. 1.

Aside from the massive jump in scale, the OTL lineup boasts some of Seattle exciting rising talent. From hip-hop infused acts like Cosmos and The Flavr Blue, to the rock styling of The Maldives and Star Anna, as well as the soulful voice of Grace Love, there's always something new to experience each day of the week. See an old favorite or experience something new -- just remember to take your lunch to-go. You can find the complete line-up and schedule here so you can start planning your lunch dates with local music. Check out a video roundup of some of the artists below.

 
 

 

 

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