The Mark Mauldin Band kicked off Buckley’s first ever concert series on July 21. Photo by Kevin Hanson.

Concert season rolls on in Buckley, Bonney Lake

The summer concert season continues on the Plateau, with weekly shows in Bonney Lake and Buckley attracting crowds armed with blankets, lawn chairs and picnic baskets.

The summer concert season continues on the Plateau, with weekly shows in Bonney Lake and Buckley attracting crowds armed with blankets, lawn chairs and picnic baskets.

Here’s a look at what’s on tap the rest of the season. All concerts are outdoors and all are free.

BONNEY LAKE

Tunes @ Tapps traditionally draws large crowds to Allan Yorke Park. Concerts begin at 6:30 p.m.

• Aug. 3 – Rust on the Rails: a unique combination of Northwest roots and Aussie influence.

• Aug. 10 – iCorp Band.

• Aug. 17 – The Beatniks: a favorite with classic pop/rock.

• Aug. 24 – Maile Mae: country.

• Aug. 31 – The Great Pretenders: classic rock.

BUCKLEY

Concerts begin at 6 p.m. on the south side of the Buckley Youth Center along state Route 410.

• Aug. 4 – Favorite Mistake: mix of classic rock, blues and cover songs.

• Aug. 11 – The Pan Leggo Steelband.

At the concert site, Post 1414 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will have a booth, collecting food that will be donated to the Buckley Food Bank.

• Aug. 18 – Eric Ode: a kid-friendly favorite.

• Aug. 25 – Coco Loco: classics from Cuba, Brazil, Columbia and Mexico, with some British or American pop.

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