Acoustic Summer Sounds at Lake Walk

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Wanting a way to get out of the house and listen to some great music this summer? Look no further than the Summer Sounds acoustic series at Lake Walk.

Nestled by Traditions Club in Bryan, Lake Walk offers many summer events and amenities such as community yoga, stroller strides, fine dining, and even paddleboard rentals on Lake Atlas for those who are a bit more adventurous.

Lake Walk is also home to a grand event lawn and stage where they will be hosting their Summer Sounds acoustic series every Friday from 7:30-9 p.m. through July 17. 

Guests are welcome to come and enjoy the new artist each week in this laid back sunset series designed to celebrate summer. Visitors are encouraged to socially distance from other parties and bring items for their own set up such as blankets, lawn chairs, and picnics. Food trucks will not be available at these events but guests are able to visit Campfire Restaurant at The Stella Hotel for dine-in and take-out options. To look at their dinner menu, you can click here.

Tonight, attendees can catch Ben Morris rocking out, famously known in the area as “the bald man with the wild hair.” Next Friday, July 3, guests can listen to Jacob Ryan Marshall, a singer/songwriter with his own Texas Red Dirt sound built on classic country. On July 10, “Magic Girl” Mary Charlotte Young, a singer-songwriter steeped in Texas Americana troubadour tradition with a punk rock edge, will take the stage. On Friday, July 17, Joey Kipfer takes his distinctly Americana flavor steeped in rock, soul, and blues to the stage.

For more information on the acoustic series and other Lake Walk events, visit the events calendar at https://www.lakewalktx.com/events

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Rebecca Sloane
Rebecca, or Becca, is a senior journalism major at Texas A&M University graduating in December 2020. She is currently a writing intern for the Summer 2020 semester at Maroon Weekly and is excited about being able to write about the local scene in the Bryan-College Station area. When Becca isn't writing or working on schoolwork, you can often find her watching reruns of The Office, listening to country music, or wandering through an antique shop. To anyone who reads her articles she simply says, "thanks and gig'em!"

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