Sometimes, you just have to throw caution to the wind-you know, take a chance on an outdoor event even though you live in the Northwest and you understand logically that there's a 90% chance you're going to get rained on. But sometimes it's just worth it. The Concert at the Capitol is one of those times.
On July 29, at 5:00 p.m., the lawn in front of the Capitol will become one big party (a tame party-we're not talking Ibiza here). The Olympia Symphony will put on a show of their greatest hits from its past seasons in celebration of its 60th anniversary!
Best of all-this concert is free and all ages are welcome.
Considering that concert seating is on a lawn, bring a blanket, towel, or other object if you do not wish to mingle directly with nature. Concert attendees are also welcome to bring picnics or snacks to munch upon as they listen to the soft sounds of Beethoven, Haydn, and more.