Cumulus to play noon concert July 18
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The annual Summer Noon Concert Series continues Wednesday with indie pop group Cumulus. Born in Bellingham as a solo project by Alexandra Niedzialkowski, Cumulus is now a full band based in Seattle.
High-energy Zimbabwean percussion group Ruvara Marimba Ensemble will play July 25. Come enjoy the perfect summer sounds of the marimba (wooden-key xylophones) and hosho (gourd shakers), sure to have people of all ages moving and shaking. Nancy Steele and her talented crew from the local Ruvara Marimba Studio are ready to show Western a good time.
Old-school blues/funk band Hot Bodies In Motion will play Aug. 1 with melodies soulful and catchy enough to put that iconic smile on Stevie Wonder's face and music that would make Stevie Ray Vaughan tip his hat.
The free concerts take place at noon every Wednesday in the Performing Arts Center Plaza (Viking Union in case of rain). The concerts are sponsored by the Associated Students Summer Program. For more information, contact Casey Hayden at (360) 650-2489 or firstname.lastname@example.org.