Arts and Entertainment

Tunes and Trains: Free concert Saturday at Snoqualmie's Railroad Park

A free concert in the Tunes and Trains 2010 series is noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 17, at Railroad Park in downtown Snoqualmie.

The afternoon’s performers include Valeri Lopez, Abbey White, and Max Capestany.

Valeri Lopez is an accomplished banjo and acoustic guitar player. She tours the West Coast engaging audiences with her folk and acoustic music. She will audition for American Idol this summer. Learn more about her at www.valerilopez.com.

Abbey White is gospel singer and songwriter with experience leading worship bands in Santa Cruz, Calif.; Marysville, and at home in the Snoqualmie Valley. She will take center stage at the Railroad Park gazebo.

Rounding out the line-up is guitar player Max Capestany, who performs a fusion of classical, blues, and contemporary rock. His singer/songwriter endeavors have taken him to venues in the West Coast, Canada, and Mexico. Learn more about him by searching for his name at www.tradebit.com.

The show is hosted the Snoqualmie Parks and Recreation Department. All performers donate their time, talents and all sound and equipment for the event. To learn more, call (425) 831-5784.

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