The Mid-Columbia Mastersingers will kick off the West Richland summer concerts at the pavilion June 29 at Flat Top Park.
Concert time is 7 p.m. Visitors to the park on Bombing Range Road can bring a blanket or lawn chairs and relax while the Mastersingers sing a selection of patriotic music in honor of Independence Day.
The Mastersingers, under the music direction of Justin Raffa, are a select group of Tri-City singers who perform mostly around Eastern Washington and Oregon. The group formed in 1986 and was originally called Consort Columbia.
The group's music has a variety of styles from classical to pop. The West Richland concert will be mostly a selection of patriotic tunes.
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The rest of the summer concerts include Bram Brata and OK 2 Botay steel drum bands on July 6 followed by John Dunnigan on July 13, The Machine on Aug. 3 and Bent on Blues on Aug. 10.
All shows start at 7 p.m. Admission is free and various food and beverage vendors will be on site.
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