Over the past several years nuevo flamenco guitarist Todd Haaby and his Latin group Sola
Via have gone from playing small cafés and upscale restaurants, to becoming one of the most
sought-after talents on the West Coast, performing to sold out shows at some of the most
prestigious resorts and wineries, booking a year in advance as the headlining act for
numerous summer music festivals, theaters and concert halls
REDMOND’S FREE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Bring the lawn chairs, grab a blanket and join the Redmond Chamber of Commerce & CVB for free
live music as we host the 23rd year of Music on the Green, presented by First Interstate Bank and
Eberhard’s Dairy Products at Sam Johnson Park.
This year’s lineup includes, Todd Haaby & Sola Via (June 27), The Bad Cats (July 11), Countryfied
(July 25), Downhill Ryder (Aug. 8), and Precious Byrd (Aug. 22). Per annual tradition, a performance
by Redmond’s own Hokulea Dancers, a troop featuring traditional Hawaiian Island dance and
drumming, will round out the 2018 season on Wednesday, September 5.
Along with free musical entertainment, Music on the Green will feature a variety of food, art and
craft vendors in booths throughout Sam Johnson Park. Kids will also love the bounce houses on site
as well as games and activities provided by the Redmond Area Park and Recreation District
Music on the Green is made possible thanks to a number of community sponsors, starting with
presenting sponsors First Interstate Bank and Eberhard’s Dairy Products. Other sponsors include
Pacific Power, Redmond Municipal Airport, Horizon Broadcasting Group, The Bulletin, The
Redmond Spokesman, and The Source Weekly.