Black Diamond Junction Free Oudoor Concert August 7th 2 to 4 PM
On Sunday, August 7, the Black Diamond Junction
band will perform from 2 to 4 p.m. on the grassy field adjacent to Oak Bay Road, just south of Grace Christian Center.
The show is free thanks to the generosity of Terri Ross.
The Black Diamond Junction band hails from Port Angeles
and plays rock, country, and pop favorites, so they figure
to satisfy almost everyone.
Bring a blanket or folding chairs to relax when you aren’t
dancing on the grass.
Parking will be available at Grace
Christian Center, with plenty more off Marina View Drive
and Olympic Place.
Port Ludlow Performing Arts has been bringing world class entertainment to this community for over 30 years. We would like to invite all new residents in Port Ludlow to attend one of our concerts to see what we are all about. Therefore, for any resident who has never attended a PLPA performance we are offering a buy-one/get-one-free ticket to one of our next two performances, which will be the last of this season:
Saturday, June 11 at 7 PM
Barrio Manouche and his talented acoustic ensemble from Quebec, France, Brazil and California will wow the audience playing flamenco, gypsy and jazz guitar!
Then, if you’re a new attendee, send an email to
to claim your free ticket. We do not issue paper tickets, instead you will receive a receipt and your name will be placed on our list. Then you check in at the door.
All tickets are $30.
Offer made to new attendees only.
COVID: Evidence of vaccination is required at the door. Mask wearing is optional.
Dave Cunningham is PLPA’s Publicity Chair. He joined the board in 2021.
Born and raised in Southern California, Dave retired to the Pacific Northwest in 2007, initially moving to Port Townsend and finally settling in Port Ludlow 10 years later. Unable to grasp math or engineering as his father did, Dave’s career centered on the fine arts: he was mostly a journalist but also at various times was an author, radio newscaster, artist, drummer and actor (stage, TV and film, but mostly minor roles).
Garry Caven joined the PLPA Board in early 2021 in the position of hospitality co-chair. With a background in the entertainment industry and a personal interest in cooking and catering, he brings a wealth of valuable and relevant experience to the Board.