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Tuesdays by Twilight: Mid-Summer Music in Lan Su Chinese Garden

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Date: July 9th - August 6th
Location: Portland, Or(view map)

Lan Su Chinese Garden’s summer concert series takes a diva-licious turn this summer with an array of stars including Storm Large and national Blues award winner Janiva Magness. Inspired by the magic of the garden at dusk, Tuesdays by Twilight is a rare chance to enjoy live music in the garden after hours.

Tickets for are available for each show, or lock in your chance to see each artist and save with a Series Pass. Series Passes are $155 (a savings of $15) for members of Lan Su and $175 (a savings of $20) for the general public.  Series Pass holders receive early entry at 6:30 p.m to secure the best seats and views.  Single concert ticket holders entry is at 6:45 p.m.
 

Tuesday, July 9-The Stolen Sweets
Inspired by one of the hottest girl groups of the 1930s, the Sweets are a retro swing jazz confection for the ears, complete with honeyed three-part harmony, sizzling sidemen and charming, flirty fun.

Tuesday, July 16-Joe Powers & Mitsuki Dazai: East Meets West
Harmonica virtuoso Joe Powers returns to Lan Su, this time with world-renowned koto master Dazai for a rare pairing of instruments and a wide-ranging world music repertoire.

Tuesday, July 23-Run Boy Run
Arizona’s finest young folk/bluegrass quintet boasts rich vocal harmonies, fiddle-driven rhythms and a fresh take on old time roots music. Two-time Prairie Home Companion favorites and Telluride Music Festival Award winners.

Tuesday, July 30-Janiva Magness
One of the most captivating blues and soul artists performing today, with a smoldering, powerful voice and riveting stage presence. A rare Northwest performance - catch her while you can!

Tuesday, August 6-An Intimate Evening with Storm Large

Portland’s naughtiest golden girl comes a little bit closer for her Lan Su Chinese Garden debut, featuring the delicious piano accompaniment of James Beaton. Exclusive, limited ticketing event