Concerts on the Dock

Port Townsend Main Street Program’s Concerts on the Dock — Free All-Ages Summer Music Series at Pope Marine Plaza

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Downtown Port Townsend rocks with all-ages free Concerts on the Dock Thursdays July 11th through August 29th, 2019 at Pope Marine Park Plaza. Local vendors and beer garden serving Port Townsend Brewing Co., Port Townsend Vineyards, & Local Cider (Eaglemount, Alpenfire or Finnriver) contribute to the festival atmosphere. Seating opens at 4:30 pm, music from 5-7:30 pm. Bring chairs or blankets and settle in for some great tunes, dance, see friends, enjoy a drink and have a bite.

GO GREEN with us! Reusable pottery wine/cider cups created by LaughinGnome Pottery and stainless steel pint cups and will be available for rent for $5 at the shows. When guests return the cup, they get their $5 back. Help us reduce plastic cup usage and go green with us at the concerts. The environment will thank you!  Become a Friend of Main Street for $50 and receive a FREE stainless steel cup! 

Thanks to our overall sponsors:

   

 


This Year’s Lineup:

July 11: Jim Nyby and the F Street Band

Stage Sponsor:

Beer Garden Sponsor: Faber Feinson PLLC

July 18: Uncle Funk and the Dope Six

Stage Sponsor:

Beer Garden Sponsor – Sound Hardwood Flooring

July 25: The Micaela Kingslight Band

Stage Sponsor: 

Beer Garden Sponsor: John L. Scott Port Townsend

Aug. 1: Big Hands Colvin

Stage Sponsor: 

Beer Garden Sponsor: All About Escrow

Aug. 8: Joy in Mudville

Stage Sponsor:

Beer Garden Sponsor: New American Funding

Aug. 15: Daring Greatly

Stage Sponsor:

Beer Garden Sponsor: Lloyd Mullen & Stephen Sklar

Aug. 22: The Whole Bolivian Army

Stage Sponsor: 

Beer Garden Sponsor: Corvus Crafts L.L.C.

Aug. 29: Kevin Mason and the PT All-Stars

Stage Sponsor:

Beer Garden Sponsor: John L. Scott Port Townsend


Thanks to all our generous participating businesses who support these free outdoor shows. They make Concerts on the Dock possible. 

Subject to change — please note if it’s raining, concerts will be moved into the Cotton Building.