Happy Valley Sluggers to play next in noon series

Western Today staff

Two concerts remain in the 2014 Summer Noon Concert Series.

On Wednesday, July 23, Bellingham’s own Louisiana-style Cajun band will be kicking up the fiddle and accordion to help Western feel a bit more like “The Big Easy.” All that will be missing will be the craw-dads and the étouffée.

And on July 30, City Hall will take the stage. Called a Bellingham “super group” by What’s Up! Magazine, City Hall takes disparate influences from abroad (Grandaddy, Whitest Boy Alive, Dirty Projectors), combining them with contrasting styles from their own past and present projects (The Palisades, Vervex, SoccerMom) and creating a sound steeped in Northwest tradition.

The free Summer Noon Concerts take place throughout July at noon Wednesdays on the PAC Plaza, or in the Viking Union if it's raining.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 9:35am