2024 American Roots Concert Series - Dunava

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Free - No registration required

Dunava is a Seattle-based women's vocal ensemble specializing in the a cappella folk music of Eastern Europe.

2024 American Roots Concert Series

Now in it's 18th year, this popular summer concert series at Deception Pass State Park is a celebration of America's wide variety of musical traditions.

Come tap your toes and enjoy the fun at one of Washington's most beloved and beautiful state parks. 

Time: All concerts are 7-8 p.m.
Location: All concerts are held at North Beach Amphitheater (Directions) at Deception Pass State Park

Dunava is a Seattle-based women's vocal ensemble specializing in the a cappella folk music of Eastern Europe. Founded in 2005, the group is made up of singers from diverse musical backgrounds who share a passion for complex and beautiful harmonies. The choir's repertoire includes songs from the Balkans as well as other Slavic countries and the Caucasus.
Listen to Dunava on YouTube!

Annual or One Day Discover Pass is required for vehicle access. Discover Passes are available online and at park entrance.

This event is accessible to persons with disabilities. If special accommodations are required in order to attend, please call (360) 701-7923. For hearing and speech-impaired, call the Washington Telecommunications Relay Service (800) 833-6384. Requests must be made in advance.

Directions

48.401471, -122.662312

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