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A brassy lunch in downtown Tacoma this Friday, thanks to TSO’s brass quintet

Post by Rosemary Ponnekanti / The News Tribune on Sep. 12, 2012 at 9:47 am with No Comments »
September 12, 2012 9:47 am
I just found out about this little downtown lunch secret: At noon this Friday you can pick up a boxed lunch from one of several yummy theater district eateries and head to a free outdoor concert by the Tacoma Symphony Brass Quintet. It’s the last in a series of summer lunch concerts that will hopefully be repeated soon – a collaboration between the Broadway Center, downtown restaurants, The Roberson and arts groups like B2 Gallery on St. Helens Avenue, where the concert will happen.
Pick up a box lunch from AmeRAWcan Bistro, Broadway Quick Stop, Rain City Cafe, Commerce Teriyaki, Dorky’s, Infinite Soups, Margaret’s Cafe, Over the Moon, Puget Sound Pizza and STINK cheese/meat shop, then head over to the newly revamped sidewalk outside B2 to enjoy music played by trumpeters Brian Chin and Judson Scott, Gina Gillie on horn and Keith Winkle and  Jennifer Hinkle on trombones.
It looks like fine weather, so no excuses!
Noon Sept. 14, free. B2 Gallery, 711 St. Helens Ave., Tacoma.
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