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Eastsiders Heart, others to rock Marymoor Park this summer

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Heart's Nancy and Ann Wilson.
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AEG Live and King County Parks announced the initial lineup for the 2014 Marymoor Park Concert Series presented by Swedish Medical Center Redmond.

The series will kick off on June 17 with Denver power-pop band The Fray and continue with the following performances:

June 24: Gavin DeGraw and Matt Nathanson with Mary Lambert

June 26: Robyn and Röyksopp

June 27: The Soulshine Tour featuring Michael Franti and Spearhead with SOJA, Brett Dennen and Trevor Hall

July 1: Heart

July 5-6: Steely Dan

July 10: Slightly Stoopid with Stephen “Ragga” Marley

July 17: Tedeschi Trucks Band with The Wood Brothers

July 19: Cheech and Chong with War

Aug. 1: Foreigner and Styx Aug. 2: The Voice Tour

Aug. 4: Austin Mahone

Aug. 9: 107.7 The End’s Summer Camp

Aug. 12: Counting Crows with Toad the Wet Sprocket

Aug. 13: Ray LaMontagne

Aug. 19: Rebelution with Iration, The Green, Stick Figure and DJ Mackle

For ticket information and times, visit www.marymoorconcerts.com. Additional shows will be added.

This season brings some enhancements to the concert series including more food and beverage options, a new VIP area with express entry, local beers and wines, an exclusive viewing area and more. A new Marymoor series sponsor has been added.

“This year we welcome Swedish Medical Center Redmond as our exclusive presenting sponsor,” said AEG Live Regional Vice President Alex Kochan. “We are proud to integrate Swedish Medical Center Redmond into our promotions and thrilled to produce another exciting summer of great talent at the Marymoor Park Concert Series.”

“As the presenting sponsor of the Marymoor Park Concerts, Swedish Medical Center Redmond is excited and proud to support our community through a partnership with AEG Live and King County Parks,” said Hemu Nayak, medical director of Swedish Medical Center Redmond Emergency Department.

All shows at Marymoor Park feature general festival seating on the lawn. Select shows have reserved seating available. All performances take place regardless of weather.

 

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