Free concert

Fusing funk, hip hop, soul and rock since 2010, Speaker Minds are something like a tasty gumbo--they stir in a little bit of everything.

Led by Randal Wyatt, a passionate, intelligible emcee, alongside a seasoned soul singer, Adrian Adel, Speaker Minds are backed by an energetic live band. Their diverse backgrounds form a bouncy, powerful collective, united their loves of music and community.

The free show, in Cannon Beach's downtown city park, begins at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 13.

While grooving along with Speaker Minds, concertgoers will be asked to maintain social distance of at least six feet. Thankfully, we’ve got a big park and plenty of room for everyone to spread out.

Along with your chairs, blankets and picnic baskets, be sure to bring a mask.

Cannon Beach’s downtown city park is located behind the Chamber of Commerce at 2nd & Spruce streets. The show begins at 5 p.m.

This family friendly event is produced by the Tolovana Arts Colony and made possible by a Community Grant from the City of Cannon Beach.

But wait.... There's more!

As COVID-19 has limited so much of the access to arts and performance, Tolovana Arts Colony is doing their best to make sure and take full advantage of the summer season, where they can safely produce events in the park.

In partnership with the Coaster Theatre, Tolovana will be hosting an outdoor Karaoke event in the park on Sunday, Sept. 20.

The Coaster Theatre will be producing a reader's theater--"Don't Fear Shakespeare"--in the park on Sept. 26-27.

More details on these events will be available in the coming weeks.


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