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Summer Music Series


Our 2024 Summer Music Series!

The Music Series is FREE, open to the public, and held on various dates and times throughout the summer. This program is proudly sponsored by the Newport Public Library Foundation and City of Newport.

Bring chairs, blankets, and the whole family to enjoy an afternoon of music, community, and fun. If the weather doesn't cooperate, the concert will relocate indoors to the McEntee Meeting Room.

July 13,
12 to 2PM

Tsunami Zone


Tsunami zone

Tsunami Zone is an eclectic collaboration of newfound musical friends, each bringing their unique influences and passions to create an unforgettable musical experience. The band blends Rock, R&B, Blues, Country, Soul, Pop, Latin, and more, ensuring a diverse and lively performance that will have everyone dancing, smiling, singing along, and simply having a good time.

July 20,
12 to 1:30PM

Kathy Redwine


Tsunami zone

Kathy Redwine, a native Oregonian, brings a wealth of musical experience to the stage, with 17 years of living and performing in Nashville and 26 years of songwriting. Her music, a heartfelt blend of Americana, folk, and songwriter genres, promises to captivate audiences with honest, fun, and emotionally resonant original songs, alongside familiar covers that invite sing-alongs. Kathy will be accompanied by her friends, Don Nelson on bass, and Rian Martinsen on cajon and percussion, creating a rich and engaging musical tapestry.