Portland, OR. Some of Portland’s favorite bands are filling the streets with music. The “Noon Tunes” Summer Concert Series has taken over Pioneer Square every Tuesday in July and August for 26 years. High School alternative rock band, Aventine Circus, performed on August 2nd as part of the series presented by Kink.fm and the Oregonian. Concerts run from noon to 1:00 and sometimes feature local sports teams. The upcoming “Noon Tunes” schedule includes:

Aventine Circus is an alternative rock band made up of four high school boys from Portland who write their own music and lyrics and have been playing music together since 2013. Band members include: Johnny Maddocks on Bass, Sam Lorimore on Guitar & background vocals, Graham Jonson sings Lead vocals & playser the Keyboard and Nick Waitches-Eubanks is on the Drums.

Aventine Circus is made up of four high school boys from Portland who’ve been writing their own music and playing together since 2013. Band members include: Johnny Maddocks on bass, Sam Lorimore on guitar/background vocals, Graham Jonson on keyboard/lead vocals and Nick Waitches-Eubanks on the drums.

some of Portland’s favorite food vendors, and activities with local sports teams and organizations,

Every summer, “Noon Tunes” is a favorite lunch-break for people who work downtown.

You can grab lunch at one of the local food carts.

People grab lunch at one of the local food carts.

With nine FREE concerts July 5-August 30, some of Portland’s favorite food vendors, and activities with local sports teams and organizations, the Square is sure to be Downtown’s summer lunchtime destination.

There are nine free concerts from July 5th through August 30st.

, some of Portland’s favorite food vendors, and activities with local sports teams and organizations, the Square is sure to be Downtown’s summer lunchtime destination.

There’s a variety of performers from the local area and the Northwest region.

From noon-1:00pm enjoy music from some of Portland’s best regional and local musical talent, curated by 101.9 Kink.

Anchors from KGW, like Russ Lewis, sometimes emerge from their studio on the square to take in the festivities.

About Pioneer Courthouse Square:

Pioneer Courthouse Square, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to manage Downtown’s central public space, Pioneer Courthouse Square, to achieve an active and healthy downtown core. Hosting more than 300 programmed events each year, through a variety of public and private partnerships, Pioneer Courthouse Square operates within a budget of $2.1M composed of cash and in-kind donations.

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