2015 - 35th Annual Seattle Peace Concerts      Seattle's longest running free park concert series.. Since 1981

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  Sundays Noon - 6pm Admission Free Please Bring Food Bank Donations           Email - seapeace@seapeace.org   

SPC is all volunteer, including performers.. Here are some of our 2015 Sponsors with more to come!
     
Seattle Teen Music     Seattle Parks Dept    DiscMakers       

      Zing HQ     

The 2015 Support Team.. Steve Dugan * Hans Gregg/EMS Sound * Sara St. John * Timothy Bryant Blocher * Jeanne Malinosky * Ron Killman * Ricky Gene Powell * Jon Scherrer * Chris Svehaug * Don Glenn * Suzanne Thomas * Gerty Coville * Ed Portnow * Will Morgan * Denise Henrikson * Lisa Marcus

The concerts are free to attend but we do need help covering expenses. SPC is all volunteer, including performers. If you'd like to help, Please donate when the "bucket" comes around but it's most helpful now. Even with all of us volunteering our time and energy there are necessary costs. Tax deductible donations to Seattle Peace Concerts can now be made thru Seattle Teen Music Shunpike


These concerts are non-political and non-religious in nature (no speeches, no preaches), "Peace Through Music".

Chief Seattle was quoted as saying, "Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.". We are one..

Seattle Peace Concerts' free summer park concert series, since the early 80s, feature well established musicians and entertainers as well as some of the Northwest's best new artists. Musical styles reflect the diverse contemporary music scene here in the pacific northwest and beyond! - Rock, Pop, Reggae, R&B, Blues, Zydeco, Drum Groups, Choirs, Folk, World Beat, Jazz, and some stuff that defies labeling. These are family events. No alcohol! Admission is free however we encourage folks to bring food bank donations and contribute what you can when "The Bucket" comes around to help us cover expenses.

An attempt was made in the early eighties to ban Amplified Music, i.e. "Rock n' Roll", from the Seattle Parks because of the negative impact some of the events held at that time had on the parks and on the general community. Reason prevailed!! Sound levels and other conditions were established and now for over 30 years, to the credit of kind Seattle folk, we have maintained good relations with our City Government, and the Seattle community in general, and the Parks have always looked as good or better after these concerts than before. We did good Seattle!! We are an example of Peace here now.


PEACE MOVEMENT NW SEATTLE PEACE CONCERTS  (evolving since 1981)

   A Washington State Non-profit Org. UBI Number 603-175-861
    SPC C/O Don Glenn 2445 NW 57th St. #209 Seattle WA 98107