The Spokane Symphony with musical director James Lowe returns to Pavillion Park during Labor Day weekend on Saturday, Sept. 3, for the 21st annual Lud Kramer Memorial Concert.
The orchestra’s 59 musicians will begin their opening notes at 6 p.m., launching a performance that is slated to fill the park with two memorable hours of music. Audiences can expect to hear music from popular movies, patriotic songs, high-energy classics, and even the familiar sounds of the Beatles.
Admission is free for this event, which is one of the biggest community events each year and draws hundreds of area residents to the park for the evening.
Audiences are encouraged to arrive early to pick out their spot in the park and to bring their own chairs, blankets, and picnic dinner. Concessions at the park will also be available from the Liberty Lake Kiwanis Club.
The annual concert is named in honor of Lud Kramer, who was instrumental in first bringing the Spokane Symphony to Pavillion Park in 2001.
This performance in the Spokane Symphony Neighborhood Concert Series is sponsored by the city of Liberty Lake and the Greenstone Foundation.